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Oblivion comes out April 19.
"Bones," the chart-topping debut single from British act Young Guns, has been chosen as one of the official theme songs for WWE's Wrestlemania 29, which will take place this Sunday (April 7th) at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. and air on pay-per-view beginning at 7:00 p.m. ET. "Bones" recently topped the rock radio chart, while the video is getting close to having two million views on YouTube.
Lead singer Gustav Wood's description of the song's subject makes it sound like a perfect fit for any competitive event: ["I wrote the lyrics and it was all revolving around this idea of 'I feel it in my bones.' That was something that I just knew would connect with people. So that was the first words and then it was all about trying to write the rest of the song around it. And I just, I kind of ended up playing with the idea that bones is obviously something that we all have and it's kind of almost a metaphor for inner strength and the idea that everyone has everything they need inside of them already. I liked the kind of simplicity of that idea and the universality of it."]
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Alice In Chains is the subject of a Funny Or Die mockumentary called AIC 23, which also features guest appearances from members of Metallica, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Guns N' Roses and more. According to Blabbermouth, the 11-minute film follows a fellow named Alan Poole McLard, a film studies professor at a community college who is trying to make a documentary about Alice In Chains without their cooperation. So instead McLard does his best to interview other musicians that may, or may not, have influenced the group throughout the years -- and some of them may look familiar under their wigs and costumes.
A Perfect Circle gave one of its increasingly rare live performances on Saturday (March 30th) at Lollapalooza Brazil and footage of the entire concert almost immediately hit YouTube. According to Loudwire, the Maynard James Keenan-fronted act was one of the headline names on Saturday's bill, delivering a set mostly taken from its Thirteenth Step and Mer de Noms albums, along with covers of John Lennon's "Imagine" and Depeche Mode's "People Are People." The band, which features Tool singer Maynard James Keenan, guitarist Billy Howerdel and others, came out of hibernation in spring 2011 for a five-week tour -- its first in six years -- but has only performed sporadically since then. As for whether the band will ever record a new album, Howerdel told us not long ago that he doesn't see a full-length CD happening: ["I like records. I still like records. I have great memories of having anticipation of hearing a whole album and ingesting it slowly and drinking it all in. To me, I have desires of making a record, but it just doesn't seem like people are interested. It just seems that everyone likes to digest things much quicker and have less patience."] A Perfect Circle's last album was eMOTIVe, a collection of political cover songs released around the time of the 2004 presidential election. Meanwhile, Keenan returned to the Lollapalooza stage the following day (Sunday, March 31st) with his other band, Puscifer, to perform a 12-song set that was also professionally filmed and posted online. During the show, Keenan poured a couple of glasses of wine at one point and coaxed Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder onstage for a drink. Other bands that appeared at this year's Brazilian edition of Lollapalooza included Pearl Jam, Queens Of The Stone Age, the Flaming Lips, the Hives and the Black Keys. All that was missing was Tool for a Maynard James Keenan trifecta.
Seth Rogan and James Franco got Pineapple Express fans all hyped up by releasing a trailer for a second installment of their hit comedy which turned out to be a prank to promote their upcoming film, This is the End!
Stone Sour has debuted the official trailer for the House Of Gold & Bonescomic book series. The short story is the same as the basis for the group's double concept album of the same name.
The official synopsis says, "Trapped in an alternate reality, the Human must make his way to the House of Gold & Bones as he is chased by a crazed mob and taunted by mysterious ally Allen. What the Human discovers on his journey will be his salvation . . . or his destruction."
Stone Sour has issued a new music video for "Do Me A Favor," the first official single from the band's upcoming album House Of Gold And Bones, Part 2. The disc is the second half of a two-record conceptual project based on a short story by singer Corey Taylor. Part 1 arrived last fall, with Part 2due out on April 9th. A four-issue comic book series adapted from Taylor's story will come out this spring, with the first issue arriving on shelves on April 17th.
SIDE NOTES: Corey Taylor's bandmate in Slipknot, percussionist Shawn "Clown" Crahan, is beginning to make his own name in the video world. Having recently directed a music video for Hollywood Undead, Clown also just got behind the camera for a new clip from the band Motionless In White. He wrote at his Facebook page, "I directed a Motionless In White video yesterday (March 26). I had a blast. We created something special. All the people involved were so great and a pleasure to work with. I live for those days."