Credit: Sven Darmer Depeche Mode has announced their first new album and tour since the passing of member Andy “Fletch” Fletcher in May. The record, the follow-up to 2017’s Spirit, is titled Memento Mori and will arrive spring 2023. The worldwide tour will launch with a U.S. leg running from MarchRead More →

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic If you went to a concert over the weekend, you may have seen one of a few high-profile onstage collaborations. On Friday, the first night of Eddie Vedder‘s Ohana Festival in Dana Point, California, the Pearl Jam frontman made a surprise appearance during Steve Nicks‘ headlining set. VedderRead More →

Live Nation/ Penguin Random House U2‘s Bono will support his forthcoming memoir with a 14-city world tour that kicks off November in New York City. Bono’s memoir Surrender: 40 Songs, One Story will be released November 1. The first date of the tour is November 2 at New York’s BeaconRead More →

Fonograf Records Neil Young ain’t singing for Pepsi or Coke, and he apparently isn’t thrilled about Beck singing for the NFL. Over the weekend, the “Loser” artist released a cover of Young’s song “Old Man” for an ad promoting NBC’s upcoming Sunday Night Football match-up between the Tampa Bay BuccaneersRead More →

Ethan Miller/Getty Images Heart guitarist Nancy Wilson has released a new song called “Amigo Amiga” that pays tribute to her friend, late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins. The melancholy tune, which Wilson began writing on the night that Hawkins died, got its premiere Monday at along with a lyricRead More →

Warner Records Red Hot Chili Peppers have premiered a new song called “Eddie,” a track off their upcoming album, Return of the Dream Canteen. The track, which is available now via digital outlets, is a tribute to late Van Halen icon Eddie Van Halen, who died in October 2020. “SometimesRead More →

Claddagh Records/UMe U2‘s Bono is among a variety of Irish celebrities featured reading the poetry of acclaimed late Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh on a new album titled Almost Everything… that will be released September 23. The album is a two-part collection, combining recordings of 15 different Irish figures reciting Kavanagh’sRead More →

Harmony Gerber/Getty Images Depeche Mode appears to be turning back to music as the now-duo continues to grieve the death of member Andy Fletcher. The “Enjoy the Silence” outfit has posted a photo on Instagram of surviving members Dave Gahan and Martin Gore together in a recording studio. “Finding stability inRead More →

Rhino/Elektra The Cure has announced a deluxe reissue of the band’s 1992 album, Wish, in honor of its 30th anniversary. The three-disc set includes newly remastered audio of the original record, a collection of demos, outtakes and rarities, and perhaps most excitingly, the four tracks from the much sought-after 1993 cassette tapeRead More →

Burak Cingi/Redferns After a mysterious tease earlier this week, Green Day has indeed announced an intimate Lollapalooza aftershow. The punk rockers will play Chicago’s Metro concert hall this Friday, July 29. Tickets go on sale Wednesday, July 27 at 11 a.m. CT. The 1,100-capacity Metro is a much smaller venueRead More →