Earlier this week, frontman Fran Healy caught up with James Corden for an interview on ‘The Late Late Show.’
The huge European and North American trek is presented by the legendary Harley-Davidson Motorcycles.
Charles Peterson, the photographer behind Soundgarden’s iconic ‘Louder Than Love’ album cover, recalls his “rock’n’roll to the max” times shooting the band.
Each item in the collection was curated and designed under the creative direction of Cobain’s daughter Frances Bean Cobain.
This year's production is set to take over Arlington, Texas' AT&T Stadium on 2 November.
The band say the new track “reflects the ongoing gun violence happening in America.”
The follow-up to the Grammy-nominated 'Beerbongs And Bentleys', the new album features 17 tracks and guest slots from Travis Scott, SZA, Ozzy Osbourne and more.
Billie Eilish is a fallen angel in the new apocalyptic visual for her single, ‘all good girls go to hell’, off her debut album.
The new track is taken from the artist's new album, 'Hollywood's Bleeding', which is released on 6 September.
Lou Reed’ career-spanning book of lyrics, ‘I’ll Be Your Mirror: Collected Lyrics’, is being updated and reissued by Faber & Faber on 7 November.
The new album was recorded with Grammy Award winning producer John Congleton (St. Vincent/Sharon Van Etten/War on Drugs).
The rousing new track arrives ahead of the band's new album, 'A Billion Heartbeats', which is out on 27 September.
The stand-alone audio of the complete concert is also now available digitally and on vinyl for the first time.
Speaking about Free earlier this summer, Iggy Pop described it as “an album in which other artists speak for me, but I lend my voice”.
Out of print for many years, the album has now been remastered at Abbey Road with original artwork and will be pressed on heavyweight vinyl.
The new record is released through Spinefarm on 11 October, while the band tour the US with All That Remains and Lacuna Coil this fall.