What comes after '¡Uno!,' '¡Dos!' and '¡Tre!?' '¡Quatro!,' of course, although Green Day won't be following their new trilogy of albums with a fourth record. '¡Quatro!' announced today, will not be another album, but rather a documentary offering a behind-the-scenes look into the making-of '¡Uno!,' '¡Dos!' and '¡Tre!'
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For a band whose first hit was a slacker anthem about getting high and beating off, Green Day sure have become an ambitious band over the past 10 years. First, they dropped a chart-topping rock opera stuffed with political, personal and sociological insight. Then, after a globe-conquering tour, they released another rock opera, crammed with even deeper perceptions about what makes people tick in the 21st century.
Just because frontman Billie Joe Armstrong is laying low in rehab, it doesn't mean Green Day aren't somehow being productive. Yesterday, the band posted '¡Dos!' -- the second album from their '¡Uno!,' '¡Dos!' and '¡Tre!' trilogy -- online for streaming, and now, they're premiering the video for 'Stray Heart,' the disc's first single.
Green Day are streaming '¡Dos!' -- the second album from their '¡Uno!,' '¡Dos!' and '¡Tre!' trilogy -- ahead of its scheduled Monday (Nov. 12) release. (Listen via Rolling Stone.) The disc's first single, 'Stray Heart,' was issued last month, followed shortly by an official video trailer for the 13-track disc.
Since their 1994 breakout album 'Dookie,' Green Day have been several things: old-school punk torchbearers, new-school punk pioneers, upholders of the rock opera, rock 'n' roll saviors and the band that does that song that you've heard at every high school graduation ceremony over the past decade. But most of all, they've been three bratty kids from California who've
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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