Thursday, November 6, 2014

Marilyn Manson Invites Fans Into the ‘Third Day of a Seven Day Binge’ With New Song Read More: Marilyn Manson Unveils 'Third Day of a Seven Day Binge' Song



Here’s an awesome surprise to start your week. Out of nowhere, Marilyn Manson has released a new song, ‘Third Day of a Seven Day Binge,’ and the track points toward another progressive step for Manson’s signature sound.
After a self-admitted lull in Manson’s career, the Antichrist Superstar came back with guns blazing in the form of 2012′s ‘Born Villain.’ Two years later, the iconic frontman continues his imaginative streak.
Fans can see the image all too clearly. ‘Third Day of a Seven Day Binge’ taps into Marilyn Manson’s self-destructive side, which has been a reliable cornerstone of the man’s music for eight studio albums.
Beginning with a fuzzy bass line, ‘Third Day of a Seven Day Binge’ is led by Manson’s troubled whispers until the clanging of guitar takes over. You can almost see the exhale of smoke or a disappearing line of powder come through once Manson’s first verse comes in, pinning a sharp visual element to ‘Third Day,’ which Manson has always been able to paint into his most affective tracks.
‘Third Day of a Seven Day Binge’ will appear on Manson’s as-yet-untitled forthcoming album. You can stream the tune in the player above. Additionally, Manson has offered fans a free download of the track. All you’ve got to do is sign up for Marilyn Manson’s mailing list and the track is yours to own.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

AC/DC Stream ‘Play Ball’ + Unveil ‘Rock or Bust’ Details; Phil Rudd Sits Out Video Shoot


The AC/DC train keeps rolling toward the release of a new album! The latest teasers to get you to climb on board include a full release of the song ‘Play Ball’ from the band’s upcoming ‘Rock or Bust’ album, a new exploding gif showcasing the group’s 3D album artwork and the disc’s track listing.
‘Play Ball’ was recently teased in a trailer for TBS’ Major League Baseball playoff coverage, but now the song can be heard in full in the player provided above. As expected, it falls right into the band’s hard-driving, fist-pumping, foot-stomping wheelhouse with Brian Johnson‘s instantly recognizable vocals leaving no doubt as to who it is.
The band also released a ‘Rock or Bust’ gif showcasing the album’s artwork. It appears as though the artwork will be the AC/DC logo, but due to the gif imagery, you get to see that logo explode into rock fragments.


In other AC/DC news, the band recently took to a set in London to shoot a video for the album’s title track. According to the Fiddaman Blog, the band were introduced to fans in attendance, but unfortunately, drummer Phil Rudd had been called away at the last minute and Bob Richards of Shogun filled in behind the kit. The band also reportedly shot a video for ‘Play Ball,’ but it was done without the fans in attendance. Stay tuned for those videos coming soon.
AC/DC’s ‘Rock or Bust’ album is due Dec. 2 and you can already pre-order it and get an instant download of ‘Play Ball’ at iTunes. Check out the single above and peruse the track listing below.
AC/DC, ‘Rock or Bust’ Track Listing:
‘Rock or Bust’
‘Play Ball’
‘Rock the Blues Away’
‘Miss Adventure’
‘Dogs of War’
‘Got Some Rock & Roll Thunder’
‘Hard Times’
‘Baptism by Fire’
‘Rock the House’
‘Sweet Candy’
‘Emission Control’