New Green Day Album is in the Works!

The band’s long-time publicist Brian Bumbery confirms to Newsweek  that Green Day are in fact in the process of recording their 12th Studio Album. There’s no word yet when the album will be finished or when it will be released.

Hopefully it will be sometime this year, as it marks the band’s 30 Year Anniversary of first forming,way back in 1986.

Find out more about the upcoming album at Newsweek.

P.O.D.’s New Album Shrouded In Mystery

P.O.D. dropped their new album The Awakening last Friday (Aug. 21st) but their keeping their mouths shut about the concept of the album.

In a recent interview with The Point, bassist Traa Daniels explains, “There is a specific storyline, but I think the whole thing is that we don’t want to kind of let that cat out of the bag. I think that we really want people to like dig into the record and kind of figure it out. I mean, I think that’s the fun part of having a conceptual record is not really giving away the whole thing, you know what I’m saying? There definitely is a character and there’s a specific storyline that, you know, was the inspiration for the songs and the writing and everything.”

 

Disturbed Drops New Album ‘Immortalized’

It’s been a long hiatus for Disturbed. Today marks their first album drop since 2010. Immortalized hit shelves and Amazon today.

In a recent interview Dan Dongen told 105.7 The Point, “It was, I guess, a tricky decision to make because we still felt like we were still climbing the ladder and at the height of our career. So to be able to shut it down and walk away from it might be a bit of a gutsy movie, but it just felt right. It felt like, you know, maybe it’s time that we don’t become the house band on the summer tour and we don’t become predictable. It just felt like maybe we should just walk away for a minute.”

We’re glad to they’re back!

Disturbed Drops New Album ‘Immortalized’

It’s been a long hiatus for Disturbed. Today marks their first album drop since 2010. Immortalized hit shelves and Amazon today.

In a recent interview Dan Dongen told 105.7 The Point, “It was, I guess, a tricky decision to make because we still felt like we were still climbing the ladder and at the height of our career. So to be able to shut it down and walk away from it might be a bit of a gutsy movie, but it just felt right. It felt like, you know, maybe it’s time that we don’t become the house band on the summer tour and we don’t become predictable. It just felt like maybe we should just walk away for a minute.”

We’re glad to they’re back!