Still hell raising after all these years, the Rolling Stones unleashed a rawk-ous video this week for their "Doom and Gloom" single. Starring "Girl With a Dragon Tattoo" actress Noomi Rapace as a zombie-shooting, breast-flashing bad girl who appears to be losing her mind, the video was shot in a Paris warehouse and directed by Swedish filmmaker Jonas Akerlun.
The Rolling Stones have released new single "Doom and Gloom," the rollicking product of the legendary band's widely hyped first studio session in seven years. The song, produced by Don Was, appears on the group's upcoming hits collection "Grrr!" out November 13.
The first new Rolling Stones recordings since 2005's "A Bigger Bang" will be included on "GRRR!," a new greatest hits collection set for a Nov. 13 release that will continue the band's 50th anniversary celebration.
Mick Jagger may rethink the words he sang more than 45 years ago — "What a drag it is getting old." Thursday marks 50 years since Jagger played his first gig with a band called the Rolling Stones, and the group is marking its half-century with no letup in its productivity or rock 'n ' roll style. Jagger himself is still the cool, rich frontman of the world's most successful rock band.
A half-century ago today, The Rolling Stones took the stage of London's Marquee Club for the first time. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood returned to the Oxford Street venue to mark the historic July 12, 1962 gig and discussed touring and recording possibilities.