They may have postponed tour dates in order to focus on getting frontman Billie Joe Armstrong’s health back on track, but Green Day certainly haven’t stopped moving. The band recently unveiled a brand-new video for ‘The Forgotten,’ which features live concert footage along with clips from the highly anticipated film ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2.’
Green Day's first priority is the health and well-being of singer/guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong, who is seeking treatment in rehab. As a result, everything else, such as tour dates, is taking a backseat, and rightfully so. There's a lot of activity related to some inactivity for the band right now.
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A trailer for ‘¡Dos!,' the second offering in the ‘¡Uno!'-‘¡Dos!’-‘¡Tre!’ trilogy that Green Day are releasing over the course of several months, has hit the web.‘¡Dos!’ is due out Nov. 13 and follows hot on the heels of (shocker!) ‘¡Uno!,' which dropped last month. ‘¡Tre!’ follows in early 2013.
Billie Joe Armstrong, lead singer for Green Day, has been in rehab for substance abuse since last month following an onstage meltdown at the iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas. In a new interview, the band's longtime producer says that he is unsure of when Armstrong will be cleared to resume his career.
Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong melted down in a big way during the iHeart Radio Festival in Las Vegas last month, spewing F-bombs, smashing his guitar and seemingly seething with anger due to a shortened set. Turns out the frontman had fallen off the wagon, and he promptly went to rehab to address his issues. The fallout occurred right around the release of '¡Uno!,' the first album in a planned trilogy, and resulted in canceled appearances and lost promotional efforts. Ain't no thang, according to bassist Mike Dirnt. The band agreed its friend's life had to come first and promoting the album had to come second.