Godsmack's studio hiatus is over.
The band posted a picture on their Facebook page with a caption that says, "That's right -- we are in Florida writing for the next album!" The band's last studio recordings were the four covers they did for 2012's Live and Inspired. Their last album of original material was 2010's The Oracle.
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The CALL OF DUTY series is my favorite video game of ALL TIME! I started playing it over a decade ago on my computer before it was even released on video game consoles!
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A report on Tool's website reveals that the band's three instrumentalists are working on new material -- specifically, a long, new song -- at their loft in L.A.
The post details a session where guitarist Adam Jones, bassist Justin Chancellor and drummer Danny Carey are listening back to what's described as "an 'epic' piece [they've] been arranging for quite some time now" and says they're smiling at what they were hearing.
But the writer is careful not to "suggest in any way that the band is ready to go into the studio anytime soon." He (or she) will say only that progress is being made on this one song and that Tool fans "will not be disappointed."
There's a new video where scenes from "The Walking Dead" are edited together, so it looks like the characters are singing "Monster Mash". And it's absolutely filled with graphic violence. Here’s a clip from their version of the song.
System Of A Down have released a brand new album!!!
Okay, it's actually just a lullaby version of their hits.
I put the CD on repeat last night and slept 11 hours straight!
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