Lost Forever // Lost Together album artwork Source
The British metalcore band released their sixth album Lost Forever // Lost Together, and also streamed it live via YouTube, last night. The whole album which has 11 tracks can be also listened at the bottom of the page. The album is also available on iTunes.
Below is the album’s tracklist:
3. Broken Cross
4. The Devil Is Near
5. Dead Man Talking
6. Red Hypergiant
8. Colony Collapse
9. Castles in the Air
10. Youth Is Wasted On The Young” (featuring Murray Macleod of The Xcerts)
11. The Distant Blue
Enjoy Lost Forever // Lost Together below!
Architects are also on tour. Check out below the confirmed tour dates in order to check these guys out live.
11-March 2014 – Cardiff – Solus – United Kingdom -
12-March 2014 – Birmingham Institute – Birmingham – United Kingdom -
14-March 2014 – London – Koko – United Kingdom -
15-March 2014 – Dordrecht- Bibelot – Netherlands -
16-March 2014 – Eindhoven – Dynamo – Netherlands -
18-March 2014 – Antwerpen – Trix – Belgium -
19-March 2014 – Hamburg – Logo – Germany -
20-March 2014 – Copenhagen – Pumpehuset – Denmark -
21-March 2014 – G”teborg – Sticky Fingers – Sweden -
22-March 2014 – Sankt Hanshaugen – John Dee – Norway -
24-March 2014 - Helsinki – Nosturi – Finland -
26-March 2014 – Stockholm – Klubben – Sweden -
28-March 2014 – Warsaw – Proxima – Poland -
29-March 2013 – Krakow – Kwadrad – Poland -
30-March 2014 – Chemnitz -AJZ Talschock -Germany -
31- March 2014 – Berlin – Lido – Germany -
1-April 2014 – Nuremberg – Hirsch – Germany -
2-April 2014 – Munich – Strom Linienclub – Germany -
3-April 2014 – Budapest – Durer Kert - Hungary -
4-April 2014 – Vienna – Szene Vienna – Austria -
5-April 2014- Gualtieri – Tempo Rock Club – Italy -
6-April 2014 – Romagnano Sesia – Rock and Roll Arena – Italy -
8-April 2014 – Barcelona – Sala Razzmatazz- Spain -
9-April 2014 – Madrid – Sala Caracol – Spain -
10-April 2014 – Bilbao – Kafe Antzokia – Spain -
12-April 2014 – Clermont Ferrand -La Cooperative de Mai – France -
13-April 2014 – Solothurn – Kofmehl – Switzerland -
14-April 2014 – Frankfurt Am Main – Batschkapp – Germany -
15-April 2014 – Cologne- Luxor – Germany -
16-April 2014 – Paris – La Maroquinerie- France -
According to the band’s official facebook page, Limp Bizkit is back in studio in order to finish their upcoming most awaited album. Stampede of the Disco Elephants, the band’s upcoming album doesn’t have an official release date, but according to various sources, it might be released in early June this year.
Below is the band’s announcement regarding their working process:
Headed to location scout new studios to finish STAMPEDE. We will have the ability to stream content and keep you updated throughout the entire process. We really look forward to sharing this with you. An inspiring time, indeed. Why make “just another record” when you can make one that breaks the mold and stands out on its own? Exactly. Time to get twisted. LB14
Also in e recent interview for Metal Hammer, the band’s guitarist, Wes Borland said that:
I think there is a nostalgia for it, I guess. People abhor it on all kinds of levels, but the reason we’ve been around and allowed to stay is because our fanbase is incredibly passionate about the band. We’re so lucky to have that diehard fanbase. We’re a very polarising band – people really hate us or they really love us. There’s not a lot of middle ‘take it or leave it’ ground.
This upcoming album is going to be the band’s first album released under Cash Money Records and Republic Records and also their first one to be released after DJ Lethal‘s departure in 2012. Also the band previously released two single from this album, Ready to Go and Thieves.
Lana del Rey just announced new upcoming tour dates for US and North America. These might not be such great news for the European fans, but you might want to know that the artist will also perform in France at Festival de Carcassonne and Festival Rock en Seine, on July 17 and August 24 and also confirmed performing in Sweden at Bråvalla Festival in Norrköping in June.
So check out the list with the confirmed US and North America tour dates below!
APRIL 23 – Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie, GRAND PRAIRIE, TX
APRIL 25 – The Sugarmill, NEW ORLEANS, LA
APRIL 27 – The Fillmore, MIAMI, FL
APRIL 28 – Hard Rock Live, ORLANDO, FL
MAY 01 – The Tabernacle, ATLANTA, GA
MAY 02 – Ryman Auditorium, NASHVILLE, TN
MAY 05 – Bell Center, MONTREAL, QC
MAY 06 – House of Blues, BOSTON, MA
MAY 08 – Toyota Presents the Oakdale Theatre, WALLINGFORD, CT
MAY 11 – Skyline Stage at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts, PHILADELPHIA, PA
MAY 13 – Sony Centre for Performing Arts, TORONTO, ON
MAY 15 – Masonic Temple Theatre, DETROIT, MI
MAY 16 – Aragon Ballroom, CHICAGO, IL
MAY 19 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre, MORRISON, CO
MAY 25 – PNE Amphitheater, VANCOUVER, BC
MAY 27 – WaMu Theater, SEATTLE, WA
Source The Pretty Reckless – Heaven Knows #1
The band’s latest video for, Heaven Knows, was released almost three weeks ago, and the band’s single already reached #1 in the US Rock & Metal Singles Top 40. I think that the fact that Taylor Momsen appears naked in the video has a lot to do with this (or not).
Talking about the idea behind the video and the song, the band’s singer says that:
We decided to film variations of all of the issues we as a people are facing, whether personal, political or social. We took a lot of shots, each representing some social constant or emotional struggle. Some overt, some subtle, but it’s all in there.
Everything is thrown at you from the day you’re born. Your only chance is to think for yourself… which is not as simple as it sounds.
Heaven Knows is also one of the tracks from the band’s upcoming album, Going To Hell, which is set to be released on March 18. The band is also on tour, check out here for more information.
Check out the video below!
It seems that nobody knows much about this mysterious collaboration between Daft Punk and Jay-z. This track, Computerized, has all the chances to be fake, even though, according to the Daft Punk sub-reddit, it seems that the song it’s a little bit similar to the band’s soundtrack to Tron and also back in 2010, Jay-Z expressed his intention about working with these guys (kind of the same period they were working on Tron‘s soundtrack), but if you ask me, this sounds already like rubbish. The big question here is, why isn’t the song on the band’s latest album, or on any album? If you ask me, this would’ve been great news and everybody had something to win from it; so why isn’t anyone talking about it (I mean Daft Punk or Jay-z)?
I don’t really know what to say about the song, definitely is not one of their best, but it still deserves a try. Check it out below!