Ghoulish hard rock acts Disturbed, Mudvayne, and Cold will provide the music scares on the next episode of HBO's "Reverb," due to premiere Wednesday (Oct. 31) at 8 p.m. ET. In addition, the show's interactive programming will feature a live chat with Cold on AOL Music immediately following the show. The site will also feature performance clips of Cold ("Witch") and Disturbed ("Conflict"). Reverbnet.com will also feature the "Witch" clip, as well as Disturbed performing "Droppin' Plates." The Halloween show will air again on Friday (12:30 a.m.), Saturday (12:00 a.m. HBO Plus), Sunday (12:55 a.m.), and next Monday (12 a.m. HBO Plus). Among the artists yet to appear on this season's upcoming episodes are Guided By Voices, Linkin Park, One Side Zero, and Tantric.
Autographed memorabilia from the Concert for New York City is up for auction through tomorrow (Oct. 30) at eBay.com . Among the items up for grabs is a Yamaha grand piano autographed by Elton John that was used by the artist during the show, and the one-of-a-kind Pearl American Flag Masters Series drum set used by Bon Jovi drummer Tico Torres and autographed by the band. Currently drawing the top bid is a Fender Custom American Flag Stratocaster specially commissioned for the event, and signed by more than 35 of the event's participants, including Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger & Keith Richards, the Who, Destiny's Child, the Backstreet Boys, Harrison Ford, Jim Carrey, Billy Crystal, Adam Sandler, Mike Myers, Donald Trump, former President Bill Clinton, Senator Hillary Clinton, and New York Governor George Pataki. At deadline the item was fetching more than $40,000. As with the Oct. 20 concert and a substantial portion of the proceeds from Columbia's forthcoming concert album (due Nov. 27), the auction will benefit the Robin Hood Relief Fund .
Veteran U.K. rock outfit Echo and the Bunnymen will release a concert album in the U.S. via SpinART Records on Feb. 5, a label spokesperson confirms. Although no title has been announced, the tracks were recorded over two nights this past August in the band's hometown at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. A DVD culled from the performances may also surface early next year.
"Rescue" "Lips Like Sugar" "King of Kings" "Never Stop" "Seven Seas" "Buried Alive" "Supermellow Man" "My Kingdom" "Zimbo" "All That Jazz" "Eternity Turns" "Back of Love" "Killing Moon" "The Cutter" "Over the Wall" "Nothing Lasts Forever" "Ocean Rain"