Coldplay spill details on new album…
Colyplay has announced that their new album called X&Y will be hitting stores on June 7th. X&Y has been a long process for Coldplay; the band decided to rewrite a lot of this material after being concerned about song quality. Chris Martin told BBC: “We realized that we didn’t really have the right songs and some of them were starting to sound better because we were playing them than they did on record, so we thought we better go back and record them again.”
Coldplay will be announcing touring dates across North America in the coming weeks.
Gorillaz’s nearing new release…
Gorillaz are back in business and releasing its second album entitled “Demon Days.” The first single is called “Feel Good Inc.,” and features De La Soul. Another album track “Dirty Harry,” features a children’s choir. “Dirty Harry” was leaked to the internet a few weeks ago. The self title debut album from the Gorillaz’s sold 1.54 million copies stateside, and over 6 million world wide.
Track list for “Demon Days”:
“Last Living Souls”
“Kids With Guns”
“O Green World”
“Feel Good Inc.”
“Every Planet We Reach Is Dead”
“November Has Come”
“Fire Coming Out of a Monkey’s Head”
“Don’t Get Lost in Heaven”
Is Areosmith over soon?…
Looks like Aerosmith will be touring in the fall, according to Joe Perry. Perry states fans are looking for live recording, and that Areosmith does plan to release a live DVD/CD. In his time off from Areosmith, Perry has completed a self titled solo debut, which is coming out on May 3rd. Perry also hinted that this may be the last Areosmith tour together.
FBI shuts down B.I.G. investigation…
Since 1997 there has been any theories about the death of rap star Notorious B.I.G., but now those theories have been laid to rest. The FBI has officially closed the investigation into B.I.G.’s death. The case was closed after the prosecutors felt they has no evidence for prosecution. Various theories have been unearthed, including Notorious’ death was due to a feud with Tupac Shakur, who was murdered the year before B.I.G. in Las Vegas. Another theory involved a police officer, whose car matched the description of a car at the scene. None of these theories have gained any evidence according to the FBI, and they have exhausted the lengths of the investigation.