Foo Fighters have revealed details of their new studio album, Sonic Highways, which comes out this fall.
This November, Eagle Rock Entertainment will release a documentary/concert film about Eric Clapton’s 2014 World Tour.
Flaming Lips front man Wayne Coyne shared the tracklist from the group’s forthcoming Sgt. Pepper’s tribute.
Grateful Grass featuring Keller Williams, Jeff Austin, Keith Moseley and Michael Kang have released a new live album, Dos.
The next batch of Led Zeppelin reissues includes a slew of previously unreleased material.
A Nashville record store has shared that a new Primus album is due on October 21, which we figure is the band’s LP of Wonka material.
The Zappa Family Trust has announced that a 40th anniversary edition of Frank Zappa’s Apostrophe on vinyl is coming in September.
The Grateful Dead have announced details of the 11th installment of the Dave’s Picks live archival series.
Nugs.net and My Morning Jacket have unveiled the latest installment of a live archival series.
In addition to his upcoming self-titled album, Ryan Adams also will release another collection of new music.
Guster fans have a number of “fantasy options” on the pre-order site for the band’s new album including “Shit Your Pants With Guster.”
Members of Tool recently spoke with Rolling Stone about the reasons why their first new studio album since 2006 is far from complete.
A live album featuring Bruce Hornsby solo performances of 21 tracks recorded between 2012 and 2013 is set for an August 25th release.
Woody Guthrie’s family has put together a new three-disc set that profiles the legendary singer-songwriter’s time in New York City.
Three years after the release of King Of Limbs, Radiohead will begin work on a new studio album this September.
There’s now conflicting reports about whether Graham Nash and David Crosby recorded vocals for a David Gilmour solo album or for the new Pink Floyd album.
The upcoming release of the fourth studio album from The Budos Band has finally been announced.
The Grateful Dead will release a 23-disc (!) box set featuring shows from Spring 1990 on September 9.
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