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Ghost’s next album is now slated for a 2021 release

After indicating that a new Ghost album will be released in 2020, frontman Tobias Forge (aka Cardinal Copia) now says 2021 is more likely. Back in February, Forge suggested that the follow-up to 2018’s Prequelle would arrive in 2020. In a new interview with the Ireland-based music website Overdrive, Forge mapped out the next album.

TOMORROW X TOGETHER release English version of “Cat & Dog”: Stream

TOMORROW X TOGETHER are the latest K-pop stars to come out of the Big Hit Entertainment management house (the same company that brought us BTS). When they dropped The Dream Chapter: STAR back in March, it landed at No. 140 on the Billboard charts, the highest-charting debut effort from a freshman act in the exploding genre.

Glenn Danzig to direct “vampire Spaghetti Western” movie; sets fall release for Danzig Sings Elvis album

If you’re wondering why those Misfits reunion shows are so few and far between, it may be because singer Glenn Danzig is a busy man. A new update on the legendary rocker’s on-goings reveals that he is writing and directing a “vampire Spaghetti Western” film, and prepping his long-awaited album of Elvis Presley covers for

Galaxy Quest score surrenders for first-ever vinyl release

It’s been 20 years since Galaxy Quest. We’re going to let you simmer there with that fact for a bit, and while you do, clue you in on some good news: David Newman’s extended score to the cult sci-fi comedy is finally making its way to vinyl for its first-ever release via Real Gone Music.

Modest Mouse to release first new single in four years

Later this month, Modest Mouse will return with their first new single in four years. The Pacific Northwest indie rock veterans will release “Poison the Well” as a digital single on March 29th. It will then be pressed on limited-edition “triangular mint-green” vinyl, b/w another new song, for Record Store Day (April 13th). Modest Mouse

Karen O and Danger Mouse release collaborative album, Lux Prima: Stream

Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer Karen O and super producer Danger Mouse have unveiled their new collaborative album, Lux Prima. Take a listen in full below. The pair have a rich history of collaboration spanning back to the Oscar-nominated soundtrack for Where the Wild Things Are. Discussing their latest project, Karen O says, “After making music for the past twenty years

Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote finally gets a release date, and it’s for one night only

Terry Gilliam can finally sleep at night. After being pushed and pulled out of development hell for decades, the veteran filmmaker’s stroke-inducing passion project The Man Who Killed Don Quixote will finally hit theaters on April 10th for a one-night special event. Tickets can be purchased via Fathom Events. If you recall, the Chinese Democracy