New Yorker’s Interpol have announced that bassist Carlos Dengler will not be joining the band on their world tour in support of its newly finished album this summer. Dengler has left the band to pursue new career goals. The official site had following message posted for its fans:
Acclaimed US rockers The Hold Steady are number one in this week’s UK Indie Album chart with their fifth studio LP ‘Heaven Is Whenever‘. There are five other new entries in the Album chart, with experimental producer Flying Lotus debuting at #3 with his third album ‘Cosmogramma‘, while eclectic British blues act Alabama 3 land at #4 with their seventh record ‘Revolver Soul‘. American songwriter Steve Mason enters at #7, Status Quo veteran Francis Rossi is at #8 with his second solo album ‘One Step At a Time‘ and former Del Amitri member Justin Currie completes the new entries, coming in at #9.
Dance legends Faithless top the Indie Singles chart with ‘Not Going Home‘ and Dizzee Rascal retains two places in the top 10 with his tracks ‘Bonkers‘ and ‘Holiday‘. Come back tomorrow for all the details of this week’s regular UK Singles & Album charts, as well as our UK Gig Guide.
Red Hot Chili Peppers and Chickenfoot drummer, Chad Smith, revealed that the group are set to begin recording their next album sometime around July
Chad told musicradar: “We have a lot of material, probably about 20 songs”
This will be the US rockers’ tenth studio album and will have Rick Rubin take the producer’s seat.
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