The trio will reissue their Grammy-winning 2004 punk-rock opera, 'American Idiot,' on special-edition vinyl this Friday, Nov. 27.
"All we can say is it’s going to be different, with new unreleased songs," the band said in a statement. "Beyond that, we can only ask you to trust us."
The legendary Celtic punks will celebrate two decades of rowdy existence the best way they know how.
Wild Nothing have announced they will return with 'Life of Pause' in February, but before then, they've shared two of its tracks: "To Know You" and "TV Queen."
The supergroup featuring Jay Deegan, Irwin Menken and Big Star's Jody Stephens enlisted Wilco's Nels Cline and Sonic Youth's Lee Ranaldo for their upcoming LP.
"The goal, in many, many ways, was to avoid rock & roll," producer James Visconti said of David Bowie's upcoming album, 'Blackstar.'
In an upcoming interview, Eagles of Death Metal’s Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme open up about the attack that killed 89 people at their concert in Paris.
The video features the title track from Noah Lennox’s 'Crosswords' EP, one of several 'Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper' offshoots from the past year.
A week after the attack that killed 89 at an Eagles of Death Metal show in Paris, Pearl Jam paid tribute to those affected by covering an EODM song.
The English alt-rockers have plans to self-release an EP and full-length of new material in the coming year, their first album since 1996's 'Lovelife.'