Even though Sugarland's latest Mercury Nashville album, "Enjoy the Ride," was only released last fall, singer Jennifer Nettles tells Billboard.com the Atlanta-based duo is already writing material for its next album.
Cursive frontman Tim Kasher admits the offer for his indie rock act to open for alt-metal band Mastodon caught him off guard. Pop/punk outfit Against Me! is also on the bill for the trek, which begins tomorrow (May 1) in Los Angeles.
A whole bunch of untitled songs is what Tapes 'N Tapes singer/guitarist Josh Grier has at this stage of writing the band's next album, which will hopefully be recorded in June and tentatively released in the fall.
After taking home a best hard rock performance Grammy for its song "Woman" two weeks ago, Wolfmother is beginning to think about its follow-up to its 2006 self-titled debut. "We just recorded a song in Vancouver, so that's pretty exciting," singer/guitarist Andrew Stockdale tells Billboard.com. "It's called 'Love Attacker.' It's the first (new) song in the year-and-a-half since we recorded the album."
After a few European headlining jaunts and scattered Stateside opening dates (including the Who and Gnarls Barkley), the time was just right for a full-scale U.S. Peeping Tom tour, frontman Mike Patton tells Billboard.com.