GREEN DAY: Vamp It Up With Twilight Video Tie-In
Green Day vamp it up in their new video for "The Forgotten," which was released on Tuesday.
Green Day vamp it up in their new video for "The Forgotten," which was released on Tuesday. The song is featured in the forthcoming coming Twilight flick Breaking Dawn Part 2 and the video features plenty of footage from the film as well as the band.
The film's soundtrack, which also includes Passion Pit, Ellie Goulding and St. Vincent, is out on November 13th, three days before the film opens. "The Forgotten" will also be included on Green Day's !Tre!, the third album in the band's new trilogy, which will drop on December 11th.
GUNS N' ROSES: Appealing to Porn Fans
Guns N' Roses are looking to porn fans to come to their Las Vegas residency.
Guns N' Roses are looking to porn fans to come to their Las Vegas residency. Adult Video News sent out an email to their subscribers with a special code for $10 off general admission floor tickets and a two-for-one drink ticket to GNR's residency at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. GNR's 12 show run starts Wednesday night.
SOUNDGARDEN: A King-Size King
If you're a Soundgarden fan, you'll want to head to Best Buy to get their new album.
If you're a Soundgarden fan, you'll want to head to Best Buy to get their new album. The chain is offering up an exclusive deluxe version of King Animal that features five bonus tracks -- demos of the songs "Black Saturday," "Worse Dreams," "By Crooked Steps," "Bones Of Birds" and "A Thousand Days Before," all of which appear on the new album in their finished form.
King Animal hits stores on November 13th.
KORN: Back to the Guitar
Korn will be adding more guitar back into the mix on their next album.
Korn will be adding more guitar back into the mix on their next album. After embracing the sounds of dubstep and electronic dance music on The Path of Totality, the band is looking to balance those influences with their usual guitar sound. Guitarist James "Munky’ Shaffer tells the Phoenix New Times that their next album won't be "a 180 from the last album, but we’re definitely taking a different approach. We’re not going with the dubstep style, but we are using a lot of interesting recording techniques."
Shaffer adds, "It’s more melodic and the guitars are more aggressive and much more in your face." While he thinks doing an album entirely devoted to dubstep "was bold and took a lot of [guts]" Shaffer does consider The Path to Totality "very much a Korn album." That said, he wants "to feature more guitar" on the album they're currently writing.
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