If you're a Maiden fan worrying that The Final Frontier might have been the band's final album, you can rest easy. Frontman Bruce Dickinson recently told the U.K.'s Daily Star that the band will make "at least one more album."
It should come as no surprise that Coheed and Cambria and bassist Michael Todd have now officially parted ways. The bassist was arrested last month after robbing a pharmacy for prescription painkillers and fleeing the scene in a taxi. He was later arrested at the venue where the band was scheduled to open for Soungarden later that night.
Earlier this week, Jane's Addiction debuted their new single, "Irresistible Force," off their upcoming new album, The Great Escape Artist. You can listen to the track here. Now, the band have posted the official lyric video for the song, which can be seen below.
Fresh from revealing the album art for their new album, Neighborhoods AND a fan-made video for their first single in 8 years, "Up All Night," Blink 182 have just posted a brand new song, titled "Heart's All Gone." You can stream the song below.
Firewind have ten songs written for next album, according to rhythm guitarist and keyboard player Bob Katsionis. In a new interview with EspyRock, Katsionis revealed that the band were hard at work on new material and the process was going well.
A new 5-CD Elvis Presley box set -- Young Man With The Big Beat -- will be released September 27 by RCA/Legacy. The set celebrates 1956, the year that transformed Presley from a promising regional performer to the most popular figure in the world.
We've been updating pretty frequently about the impending hiatus of Disturbed lately. Instead of recapping (you can check out all the old stories to the left under the band image), we're just going to cut straight to the latest reaction from Disturbed vocalist David Draiman who recently talked to Revolver to once-and-for-all set the record straight about the band's upcoming break (not breakup mind you.)
On August 16, Eagle Rock Entertainment will be releasing four double-disc live albums from the Deep Purple vaults: Scandinavian Nights, In Concert 1970-1972, Live In London and MK III: The Final Concerts.