Jonny Greenwood has revealed that Radiohead will regroup this summer to discuss their next album.
The band are currently pursuing solo projects and enjoying a break from official band duty following the end of touring their last album, The King Of Limbs. However, Greenwood spoke about the future of Radiohead in a new interview with Nashville Cream and said that the "slow moving animal" will gain life in the coming months.
Neil Young played the third of four shows at Los Angeles' Dolby Theatre last night [April 1].
The setlist was similar to the sets Young had played on his previous solo acoustic shows this year, with the addition of "Thrasher", which had made its first appearance in 36 years on Saturday [March 29].
Young plays his fourth and final show at the venue tonight [April 2].
Jack White will release new solo album, Lazaretto, on June 9.
White's second solo album is the follow up to his 2012 debut Blunderbuss and will be released by White's own label Third Man and XL Recordings. Scroll down to stream new instrumental song "High Ball Stepper" now.
The Cure frontman Robert Smith has revealed that the group's next album will be a mix of brand new material and unused material from 2008's 4:13 Dream, their most recent record.
Smith wanted that album to be a double, but a single album was eventually released.
Speaking to NME following the group's performance for Teenage Cancer Trust at London's Royal Albert Hall on Saturday (March 29), Smith said of the album: "There’s new stuff that we’re doing with this line-up and stuff we finished with the old line-up."
We have Bruce Springsteen on the cover of the new Uncut, so it's appropriate that the free CD with the issue kicks off rousingly with Brooklyn's The Men and a track called "Another Night from their new album, Tomorrow's Hits that sounds raucously like The E Street Band having a noisy bash at "Train In Vain" by The Clash.
Bruce Springsteen will induct the E Street Band into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame, it has been confirmed.
The ceremony, which will take place at Brooklyn's Barclays Center on April 10, will also see Michael Stripe induct Nirvana and Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello induct Kiss, Rolling Stone reports.
The Rolling Stones are set to resume touring in Norway on May 26.
Shows in Australia and New Zealand have been rescheduled for October, but the band will pick up their European dates in May at Oslo's Telenor Arena, playing a host of gigs, including a recently announced headline slot at Roskilde festival in Denmark on July 3.
The Rolling Stones will play:
May 25: Oslo, Norway - Telenor Arena
May 29: Lisbon, Portugal - Rock In Rio Festival
June 1: Zürich, Switzerland – Letzigrund Stadium
June 4: Tel Aviv, Israel – Hayarkon Park