On Tuesday, September 27, the bulk of Pink Floyd's catalog is getting the royal reissue treatment, courtesy of EMI. All 14 of the band's studio albums -- from The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn to The Division Bell -- will be available, all remastered and smelling of shiny new cardboard. Also available is the massive Discovery box set, which includes all 14 albums and a very cool photo book.
So we're not claiming any reputable sources -- yet -- on this, but it is fun to think about. The UK's Daily Star is reporting that The Darkness' Justin Hawkins and Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins are considering forming a "supergroup" of sorts.
With Nine Inch Nails on ice at the moment, NIN fans can at least be reassured that Trent Reznor is keeping busy making new music. Most of the new music we've heard from Reznor lately has come in the form of film scores -- one of which, The Social Network, won a freakin' Oscar -- so it's no surprise that the new music we're bringing you today comes from his latest film project, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
Canada's Threat Signal are releasing their new, self-titled album on October 11 via Nuclear Blast Records, and to get you pumped up, they've sent over a video lesson from guitarist Chris Feener, who shows you how to play the band's new song, "Face the Day."
Just a day after the reports come in that their album has debuted at No. 10 on the Billboard 200 chart, The Devil Wears Prada have just released a new music video for their song "Born To Lose." You can check it out below.
Norway's Kvelertak have been quietly but steadily gaining a lot of notoriety after the release of their self-titled debut album in 2010. If you haven't heard the band's mix of hardcore punk, black metal and hard rock, there's no better place to start than scrolling down and watching the band's new video for the song "Blodtorst."