Dredg are celebrating the tenth anniversary of their 2002 major label debut, “El Cielo“. A limited edition 45rpm double LP is being pressed with pre-orders available now HERE.
Current Dredg full album performance shows include:
11/08 Philadelphia, PA – Theatre Of Living Arts (“El Cielo” performance)
11/09 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom (“El Cielo” performance)
11/10 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom (“Catch Without Arms” performance)
12/20 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall (“Catch Without Arms” performance)
12/21 Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst (“El Cielo” performance)
*[theprp.com] “Dirt Wizard” is the latest single from Red Fang‘s current album “Murder The Mountains” to receive a music video. The performance-oriented clip can be viewed below:
*[theprp.com] Black Sabbath have fifteen new songs written for their upcoming album. Sessions for the effort are currently underway at Shangri La Studios in Malibu, CA with Rick Rubin (Slayer, Red Hot Chili Peppers) handling the production duties.
Metal Injection have word that the guitar parts, and more than likely the drums, have been laid down thus far. Currently only one song title was revealed, that being “God Is Dead“. More details can be found HERE.
*[theprp.com] Footage of Queens Of The Stone Age mastermind Josh Homme discussing his first musical memory can be seen below. The clip is taken from Dave Grohl‘s (Foo Fighters, ex-Nirvana) upcoming “Sound City” film project.
*[theprp.com] Deftones will head across the pond in February for the following headlining run of Europe and the UK. A November 13th release date has been slated for the bands new album “Koi No Yokan“.
02/15 Glasgow, UK – Barrowland
02/16 Nottingham, UK – Rock City
02/18 Manchester, UK – Academy
02/19 Birmingham, UK – Academy
02/20 London, UK – Brixton Academy
02/22 Paris, FRA – Trianon
02/25 Hamburg, GER – Grosse Freiheit
02/26 Berlin, GER – Huxleys
*[press release] Kylesa is streaming "Drained," their previously unreleased Buzzov-en cover which will be available on "From The Vaults, Vol. 1" (Nov. 20, Season of Mist), now via Cvlt Nation HERE.
"Drained" was originally recorded by Kylesa for a Buzzov-en tribute album which was ultimately never released. Also included in the 12-song collection of rarities is the new song, "End Truth," which can be heard via Pitchfork HERE.
Kylesa is currently recording a new album at The Jam Room in Columbia, South Carolina with band member Phillip Cope once again producing the album. Cope has previously produced releases from Baroness, Withered and Black Tusk. A unique collection of pre-order bundles for From the Vaults, Vol. 1 are available now via IndieMerch HERE.
*[theprp.com] Gifts From Enola‘s “Steady Diet” music video has received its online debut through Consequenceofsound.net. The song appears on “A Healthy Fear“ — the bands new album which is out November 13th on The Mylene Sheath.
*Serious Business on Break Thru Radio are featuring Talk Normal this week. Talk Normal's new album, Sunshine, is officially out now, and they're playing a record release show this Friday at Secret Project Robot. Serious Business loves their noisy textures and insane drumming, and hope you do too. Watch the clip here...
*A message from Shark?... "This past Friday, we were pleased to have AOL/Spinner debut our brand new video for "Down Low." It's a fast-paced smash-cut collection of footage from the tour we just wrapped up a week and a half ago. It features guest appearances by members of the bands Dinosaur Feathers, Brainstorm and Eula. It's 3 minutes of Drinking, Break Dancing and Cats, which is pretty much what the doctor ordered.
Check it out below. And if you're in Brooklyn/NY, come see us tonight at Death By Audio. Might be our last show for a while."
*[theprp.com] Soundgarden‘s Chris Cornell and Matt Cameron have shared some insight behind their new song “Bones Of Birds“. You can see what they had to say, along with a preview of the song, in the video below (via Spin.com.) The group have a November 13th release date set for their new album “King Animal“.
*[theprp.com] Multi-camera live footage and more of Caspian performing live in France can be found below via Cluster Films:
*[theprp.com] Porcupine Tree have issued a free stream/download of a live rendition of their track “I Drive The Hearse” online HERE. This particular performance of the song is taken from the groups forthcoming 2-CD live set, “Octane Twisted“. Captured live at Chicago, IL and the Royal Albert Hall in London, England, it will hit North American stores on November 20th.
You can find more details, including the track listing and more, at Burningshed.com.