Jane’s Addiction has done a fairly good job keeping details of its forthcoming album ‘The Great Escape Artist’ under wraps — a tracklist has yet to be revealed, for example — but the band’s label, Capitol Records, has now released the cover art for the record.
Last night, Jane’s Addiction plugged in for a 42-minute set at an afterparty for the Google I/O 2011 developers’ conference in San Francisco — an event that the search giant didn’t just see fit to stream live online, but also post to YouTube.
After Perry Farrell debuted a brand-new Jane’s Addiction track on South American radio during the run-up to the band’s headlining appearance at the inaugural Lollapalooza Chile, the track spread across the web — so the group decided to give away the finished version for free.
Bassist Eric Avery, who has now twice quit Jane’s Addiction, has decided to open up for the first time about his experience on last year’s reunion tour by submitting to a series of video interviews conducted by long-running fan site Xiola.org.
Playing its first official public concert with new bassist Duff McKagan, alt-rockers Jane’s Addiction debuted a brand-new song, ‘Soulmate,’ at a short Hollywood club show last night — the first new Jane’s tune to emerge since 2003’s ‘Strays.’
Bassist Eric Avery made it official this morning, announcing via Twitter that he has quit Jane’s Addiction for a second time as the rockers have now wrapped up their rescheduled tour of Australia — the final dates of a reunion that started with last year’s joint trek with Nine Inch Nails.
Tweet Core Jane’s Addiction members Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro and Stephen Perkins are writing new material for what would be the band’s first album since […]