On first glance, here's a nice simple tat that every ink-loving Radiohead fan would love to have in celebration of the band's 2003 album, 'Hail to the Thief.' Except, on second glance, you may notice a li
Atoms for Peace, a supergroup starring Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Radiohead's Thom Yorke and longtime Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, are set to release their first single. The two-track EDM single will be available digitally and on 12" vinyl through Modeselektor's 50 Weapons imprint on Aug. 3.
All five members of Radiohead, the band's crew and management joined hundred of other mourners at the Doncaster Minster church in Doncaster, England, for the funeral of drum tech Scott Johnson, who was killed when the stage collapsed prior to the band's June 16 concert in Toronto. Members of Keane were also in attendance at the service, which featured an eulogy given by family friend Father David Dixon.
As free as they've been when it comes to debuting new material on the road during their latest tour, Radiohead tend to keep things pretty close to the vest when it comes to what they're doing in the studio -- but thanks to Jack White's loose lips, we know for sure that they recently cut some tracks at his Third Man Records complex.
In order to help raise awareness for anti-global warming initiatives -- and alert concerned citizens about impending Arctic oil drilling -- Radiohead and Jude Law have teamed up with Greenpeace to create a short video titled 'A Homeless Polar Bear in London.'
Radiohead have suffered a set back after the tragic stage collapse incident that claimed the life of their friend and drum tech earlier this month in Toronto. The U.K. band was forced to postpone several European tour dates that immediately followed the June 16 show, but have now announced the rescheduled itinerary.
As the investigation into the cause of the stage collapse that killed a Radiohead employee continues, industry veterans are stepping forward to criticize the way the concert business is run in the United States -- and call for reforms.
Radiohead are going to need some time for themselves. The band, still mourning the loss of drum technician Scott Johnson as a result of last Saturday's stage collapse in Toronto, is postponing several stops on its upcoming summer European tour due to production issues.
Billy Corgan has been at this whole "rock star" thing long enough to know that when you say something that could possibly be construed as controversial or offensive, the press is going to run with it -- so we have to at least give him credit for reacting to the brouhaha over his "I'll piss on Radiohead" quote with the equivalent of a goodnatured shrug.
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