Slayer have announced what they’re calling their “final world tour.” While the exact dates of these concerts have yet to be announced, the band have released a retrospective video soundtracked by their song “Raining Blood” to tease the forthcoming itinerary. Check that out below. Pitchfork has reached out to representatives for Slayer for more information. The band, active since 1981, released their most recent studio album Repentless in 2015.
Grimes recently went on video live-streaming platform Twitch alongside Megan James of Purity Ring, as Reddit points out, where she streamed herself playing the PS4 game “Bloodborne” and took fan questions on-stream. During the stream, Claire Boucher said that she will be touring this year and that while there are no samples from the notoriously difficult video game “Dark Souls” on her new album, she does have a new song specifically “for playing ‘Dark Souls’” (which she teased in August).
Donald Glover has signed a new record and label deal under RCA Records, with his management company/creative agency Wolf + Rothstein forming a partnership with the company. According to Variety, new Childish Gambino music is expected “later this year.” In a statement, Glover called the new record deal “a necessary change of pace.” His first three studio albums were issued by the indie label Glassnote, home to bands such as Phoenix and Chvrches.
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Selecting a term
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