Courtney Love has responded to recent comments from Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan after he told Rolling Stone he would not be happy with Courtney using his material on new Hole records. “…it would be a real big problem, because I haven’t given my permission,” he said. “I have no interest in supporting her in any way, shape or form. You can’t throw enough things down the abyss with a person like that.”
British rock/electronic band Enter Shikari are to tour North America on the lengthy Toursick event, joining the likes of A Day To Remember and Silverstein. They begin on March 31st in Florida, and tour through till May when they will return to Florida to finish on May 16th.
Released this month in 1973, ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’ remains one of the most enduringly popular albums ever. Here’s our look at the legendary album:
Pink Floyd convened in Abbey Road studios in the summer of 1972 as a band reinvented. After replacing key member Syd Barrett with Dave Gilmour four years earlier, the band had re-grouped and moved away from the psychedelic leanings of the Barrett-led era and entered a period of their career which many would later look back on as one of the most creative and influential of all time.
Drummer Nathan Followill has stated he hopes Kings Of Leon will premiere new material at their forthcoming UK summer shows.
According to the Daily Star newspaper, Nathan has said: “We are stoked to get back on the road. We’ve had a little break and are starting to get that itch. It will be cool to see if we can sneak in some new shit to see if the kids dig it. Late April the next musical adventure begins.”
The director behind The White Stripes‘ new tour documentary ‘Under Great White Northern Lights‘ has predicted the duo will return sooner rather than later.
Speaking to BBC 6Music, Emmet Malloy said Jack and Meg White were ‘emotionally and physically exhausted’ following the completion of their last tour, but could now be ready to begin a follow up to 2007′s ‘Icky Thump‘. “Jack’s done a few interviews that I’ve read and it always sounds like they are going to get back together and do something,” he said. “After this tour, we all needed a break but I just can’t imagine that band not doing more records and doing more shows. They just probably needed a break like everybody does. I foresee them doing some shows together sooner than later.”
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