Liverpool, England-based rock outfit Clinic will see its sophomore Domino album, "Walking With Thee," re-released Aug. 6 via Universal. Originally released in March, the set reached No. 29 on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart and has sold 27,000 copies in the U.S. to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
"Countin' on a Miracle," a track from Bruce Springsteen's forthcoming Columbia album "The Rising," will debut a little more than a week before the album's release on E Street Band guitarist Little Steven Van Zandt's syndicated radio show.
The next round of Queens Of The Stone Age tour dates will not feature Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl on drums, Queens bassist Nick Oliveri tells Billboard.com. As previously reported, Grohl was behind the kit for Queens' upcoming Interscope album, "Songs for the Deaf," and a spring North American club tour, but will play his last show with Queens July 28 at the Fuji Rock Festival in Nigata, Japan.
Veteran roots singer Delbert McClinton will release a new album, "Room to Breathe," Sept. 24 on New West Records. McClinton co-produced the album with Gary Nicholson, with whom the artist has collaborated with for much of the '90s. Such artists as Joe Ely, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Steve Earle, and Emmylou Harris make guest appearances.
Los Angeles-based rock act Los Lobos will pen an original theme song for the new WB series, "Greetings From Tucson," and provide music to serve as the show's score. The Latino family comedy will air Friday nights on the network beginning in the fall.
Pearl Jam has penciled in a Nov. 19 release date for its seventh, as-yet-untitled Epic studio album. As previously reported, the set was produced by the band with Adam Kasper and mixed by longtime collaborator Brendan O'Brien. No song titles have yet been unveiled, but based on a letter in the latest fan club newsletter from frontman Eddie Vedder, at least some of the material seems to have been influenced by the events of Sept. 11.
Popular British teen pop group S Club is heading to the big screen in "Seeing Double," which video director Nigel Dick is in negotiations to direct. The Sony Pictures will be distributed in the United Kingdom but no domestic release date is being planned for now.
Downtown Berlin's main park was transformed Saturday into a sea of gyrating techno fans, blowing whistles and dancing ecstatically to booming beats as the German capital's Love Parade hit the streets for its 14th year.
As Papa Roach looks forward to Thursday's (July 18) kickoff of the Anger Management tour with Eminem, Ludacris, D12, and Xzibit in Buffalo, N.Y., the hard rock act can't help but think back to last summer's Ozzfest trek, from which the somewhat negative experience of short sets and lackadaisical crowds helped inspire the new "lovehatetragedy" (DreamWorks).