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“A skeleton, a bag of bones, When you gave up my heart went cold. A love we should and could have saved, Got sentenced to an early grave.” WEBSITE: http://keshahungary.blogspot.hu/ FACEBOOK:.
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Ex-Deep Purple and Rainbow guitarist Ritchie Blackmore has released Winter Carols with his Rock-Folk-Renaissance project Blackmore’s Night Keywords:Rainbow, Deep Purple, Christmas Eve, …
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Slayer Finish Recording New Album, Announce Small Tour

Slayer Finish Recording New Album, Announce Small Tour

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Slayer have announced they have finished recording their latest studio album. The still untitled album will be the band’s follow up to 2011′s ‘World Painted Blood,’ and will also be the first album without the late founding guitarist Jeff Hanneman. Vocalist/bassist Tom Araya talks about Hanneman in a recent press release saying, “Jeff had always been writing and demoing songs, even up until shortly before he passed. You can tell by the quality of his songwriting that this was his passion. There will be a song written by Jeff on the new album. Everything but the vocals had been completed, so we did the vocals and it’s done. And there are a few more of Jeff’s songs that we might record and release in the future.”

Guitarist Kerry King says “With this new album, Tom, Paul and I put all of our ideas out on to the table, working in a more collaborative way toward the ultimate heavy outcome. And I’ve got to give big props to Gary who played lead on several of the new songs. I think he got all of his leads done in one day – he’s a maniac!”

The band have also announced “An Evening With Slayer” show dates, which will be Slayer only performances with no support. Dates can be found below:

April 24 – Iron City, Birmingham, AL
April 26 – Civic Theatre, New Orleans, LA
May 23 – Socorro Casino, El Paso, TX
June 16 – Paramount, Huntington, Long Island NY
June 17 – Paramount, Huntington, Long Island NY

Slayer Finish Recording New Album, Announce Small Tour

Slayer Finish Recording New Album, Announce Small Tour

slayer

Slayer have announced they have finished recording their latest studio album. The still untitled album will be the band’s follow up to 2011′s ‘World Painted Blood,’ and will also be the first album without the late founding guitarist Jeff Hanneman. Vocalist/bassist Tom Araya talks about Hanneman in a recent press release saying, “Jeff had always been writing and demoing songs, even up until shortly before he passed. You can tell by the quality of his songwriting that this was his passion. There will be a song written by Jeff on the new album. Everything but the vocals had been completed, so we did the vocals and it’s done. And there are a few more of Jeff’s songs that we might record and release in the future.”

Guitarist Kerry King says “With this new album, Tom, Paul and I put all of our ideas out on to the table, working in a more collaborative way toward the ultimate heavy outcome. And I’ve got to give big props to Gary who played lead on several of the new songs. I think he got all of his leads done in one day – he’s a maniac!”

The band have also announced “An Evening With Slayer” show dates, which will be Slayer only performances with no support. Dates can be found below:

April 24 – Iron City, Birmingham, AL
April 26 – Civic Theatre, New Orleans, LA
May 23 – Socorro Casino, El Paso, TX
June 16 – Paramount, Huntington, Long Island NY
June 17 – Paramount, Huntington, Long Island NY

Carpark Records celebrates Sweet 16 with USB drive of 100 LPs, basketball-themed picture disc

Carpark Records celebrates Sweet 16 with USB drive of 100 LPs, basketball-themed picture disc

This year marks the 16th anniversary of Carpark Records, and the Washington, DC-label is celebrating in a big way.

Highlighting the party favors is an exclusive USB drive containing all of the label’s first 100 releases. Chaz Bundick of Toro y Moi designed the race car-shaped drive himself, and of course some of his music is inside, along with releases from Speedy Ortiz, Cloud Nothings, Dan Deacon, Beach House, GRMLN, TEEN, Memory Tapes, and many more. Limited to a run of just 100 and priced at $ 69, the drive comes bundled with a pair of comfy Carpark-branded sweatpants from American Giant in both men’s and women’s sizes. Images of the package are ahead; peep the complete contents listing and order yours here.

Additionally, Carpark is releasing a 12-inch, basketball-themed picture disc featuring a massive collection of artists and tracks on July 21st. In addition to 19 locked grooves that loop song excerpts from much of the label’s roster, the record features nine brand new, full-length tracks. There’s a demo of Speedy Ortiz’s “Basketball”, plus b-ball-related songs from Young Magic, Skylar Spence, GRMLN, Montag, and more. Asheville indie pop duo Ear Pwr delivered the bubbling new track “Beyond the Arc” for the compilation, and you can check it out below.

Proceeds from the 12-inch benefit the Little Kids Rock non-profit, which is “dedicated to ensuring that all public school children have the opportunity to unlock their inner music makers.” Pre-order the compilation and see the full tracklist here.

In addition to all these goodies, Amazon has a digital sampler called The Best Carpark Compilation In The World…Ever! available for free download, and New York City record store Other Music has a special sale going on for Carpark releases. The digital sampler will also be available on cassette at select retailers beginning April 27th. Sure, it’s a lot of stuff, but you only turn 16 once!

Below, find images of the USB drive, sweatpants, and picture disc.
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