As was hinted at back in July, Morrissey is indeed planning some fall tour dates in the United States. Given recent precedents, it’s hard to judge whether Moz will keep up his end of the bargain and actually do the shows, but the dates, which include two previously-scheduled Hollywood Bowl shows with Billy Idol, have been announced.
Tomorrow is the 40th anniversary of the release of David Bowie’s “Heroes,” released as a single prior to the album of the same name’s release in October of 1977. Depeche Mode–Bowie acolytes like so many bands–have released a cover of the song–one of Bowie’s most covered–to celebrate its birthday. The band has posted a new recording of “Heroes” with an official music video directed by Tim Saccenti.
Mastodon’s new Cold Dark Place EP is available to stream and download today. It’s a collection of songs taken mostly from the sessions for the band 2014 LP Once More ‘Round the Sun. The metal unit previously premiered “Toe to Toes,” which was developed during sessions from this year’s Emperor of Sand. Cold Dark Place will also be available as a a limited-edition 10″ on October 27. Listen to all four songs below.
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