Category: Album News

Midnight Oil announces new album ‘Resist,’ final tour — but not end of the band

Midnight Oil announces new album ‘Resist,’ final tour — but not end of the band

Midnight Oil today announced plans to release its new studio album — a 12-song collection titled Resist — next year and mount what it’s calling the band’s final tour.

Tears For Fears touring U.S. with Garbage in support of new album ‘The Tipping Point’

Tears For Fears touring U.S. with Garbage in support of new album ‘The Tipping Point’

Tears For Fears will tour the U.S. next year with Garbage in support of Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith’s first new studio album in 18 years,

Midnight Oil releases climate call to action ‘Rising Seas’ off upcoming studio album

Midnight Oil releases climate call to action ‘Rising Seas’ off upcoming studio album

Midnight Oil today debuted the first single off its forthcoming studio album, an environmental call to action titled “Rising Seas” that the band is releasing.

Ministry’s Industrial Strength Tour delayed a 3rd time, opening acts shuffled again

Ministry’s Industrial Strength Tour delayed a 3rd time, opening acts shuffled again

Ministry’s Industrial Strength Tour has been been rescheduled for a third time due to the pandemic, moving from summer 2020 to spring 2021 to fall 2021 and, now, spring 2022.

Love Tractor’s ‘Themes From Venus’ to be reissued — hear an unreleased mix

Love Tractor’s ‘Themes From Venus’ to be reissued — hear an unreleased mix

The fourth album from Athens, Ga., college-rock favorites Love Tractor this fall be reissued on CD and vinyl with a half-dozen bonus tracks.

The dB’s early singles, demos compiled on ‘I Thought You Wanted to Know: 1978–1981’

The dB’s early singles, demos compiled on ‘I Thought You Wanted to Know: 1978–1981’

The new label Propeller Sound Recordings next month will release a 23-song compilation of rare and obscure early material from jangle-pop progenitors The dB’s.