‘The world is a different place’ Says Edge JAN 11, 2017 – U2 has delayed the release of their new album because of the result of the US Presidency election results. Edge told RS the the band was putting their new album on hold for some “breathing space” to consider what they wanted to say […]
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1990s ERA COUNTRY SINGER TO SELL SONGS DIRECTLY TO FANS AT ‘STUPID [LOW] PRICES’ JULY 18, 2014 – Garth Brooks, the 1990s era country singer who has sold over 68 million albums and whose shows would sell out in 12 minutes, has announced he is finally embracing the digital music world and will be offering his […]
DEC 21 – Al Jourgensen and Ministry have revealed the artwork for their new album "Relapse" which will feature a modern day ballad in support of the Occupy movement called "99 Percenters". In an interview with Revolver Mag, Al said, “Putting out this song is the least I could do. We wanted to fly to New York and protest and get arrested and pepper sprayed. But we can’t do it because I got a Christmas deadline on this album. But I’m with ‘em in spirit so the least I could do is give them a chant-along song. I’m going, Hey man, here’s your song. All you gotta do is chant the chorus.” The chorus that goes, "1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,99 Percent!" was inspired by the "1,2,3 What are we fightin' for!" in Country Joe's "I Feel Like I'm Fixin' To Die Rag" protest song from the 1960s. The song will be available on iTunes on December 23rd. Below you can watch a exclusive JTMP video of Al and Ministry in Washington, DC in October of 2004, right before the 2004 presidential election.
See the new album artwork and read the interview on Revolver here.