Angel’s Rock Report–Mudvayne, Hollywood Undead [AUDIO]
Tommy Lee’s planned Syfy Channel show, “Culture Shock with Tommy Lee,” billed as an investigative travel program, appears to have been canned. Tommy says “it just didn’t work out”.
Mudvayne fans, don’t assume that the band has split up just because singer Chad Gray and guitarist Greg Tribbet have spent most of the past three years working only on Hellyeah. Tribbet writes on the Hellyeah Twitter account, “Just to set the record straight, Mudvayne is on hiatus. Chad and I are concentrating on Hellyeah and will be touring [with] Hellyeah the next two years.”
Hellyeah’s third album is due out early in the spring.
Hollywood Undead are on their final U.S tour behind American Tragedy, opening for Avenged Sevenfold, and they’re using their time on the bus to work on their next album. Vocalist J-Dog says they feel that the more than two years they took to release American Tragedy was just too long, so they want to get back in the studio soon and have a new album out by next summer. J-Dog says “We have so many ideas just waiting to go.”
Avenged Sevenfold and Hollywood Undead play in Huntsville, Alabama tonight, the tour hits Missoula December 13th.
If you loathe Nickelback, like most Americans, there’s a new program that will get them off your computer screen. Aux.TV is giving away a download of its “Nickelblock” software. The program plugs into your Firefox or Google Chrome browser and allegedly blocks out any mention of Nickelback on any Web page.
IN STORES TOMORROW:
Smashing Pumpkins: Gish, Siamese Dream (Virgin/EMI)
The first two Pumpkins albums are available in various configurations — a single CD, a deluxe two-CD, one-DVD package; a vinyl LP; and a digital download. Both deluxe versions have unreleased tracks.
Gorillaz: The Singles Collection: 2001-2011 (Virgin)
The compilation has 12 songs from the first three Gorillaz albums, as well as the single “Doncamatic” and re-mixes of “Clint Eastwood” and “19-2000.”