Duran Duran today announced their new album Danse Macabre, a Halloween-inspired collection that includes three new songs and covers.
Category: Album News
The Church next month will issue an expanded version of the band’s 26th studio album The Hypnogogue as the Australian rock legends return to the U.S. this fall.
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark returns today with the title track off of the group’s forthcoming 14th studio album, Bauhaus Staircase.
Members of The Call have assembled in a California recording studio to finish unreleased material from the band’s vaults for an album called The Lost Tapes.
The musical project that The Cure’s Lol Tolhurst and Budgie of Siouxsie and the Banshees and The Creatures first announced in 2020 is finally seeing the light of day.
Porno For Pyros will embark on its first tour in 25 years this fall, hitting 21 cities in the U.S. as the band’s original lineup works on a new album.
Modern English plans to release their ninth album, titled 1234, this fall and have just announced an 18-date U.S. tour that’s focused largely on the Midwest and South.
Shoegaze titans Slowdive today announced they’ll release their fifth album, Everything Is Alive, this September and it’s preceded by first single “Kisses.”
Al Jourgensen has begun softening up on the subject of Ministry’s earliest work of late, and now is apparently ready to reclaim some of those songs, Taylor Swift-style.
Kristin Hersh this September will put out her first solo record since 2018, a collection called Clear Pond Road that is preceded by the gorgeous single “Dandelion.”
The Pretenders will release their 14th studio album later this summer, and Chrissie Hynde and Co. are previewing the set with first single “Let the Sun Come In.”
The Wedding Present spent 2022 reprising the idea of releasing a new 7-inch single every month, and like David Gedge and Co. did in 1992.
The Beggars Arkive label continues its Love and Rockets reissue series with a new compilation called My Dark Twin that’s being billed as a companion to Sweet F.A.