The Darkness announce new Live Album and more
Following the release of Top 10 album ‘Easter Is Cancelled’, The Darkness are here to save Christmas! The Darkness are returning to close 2020 with a festive live concert and stream from London’s Indigo at The O2 on December 18th at 8pm GMT.
They have also announced that the event with will recorded for a new live album ‘Streaming of a White Christmas’. The album will arrive in April 2021 on CD and Vinyl, in partnership with Live Here Now.
In addition to the virtual livestream, VIP ticket options are available including attending the event itself. All social distancing requirements will be in place and attendees are being encouraged to arrive in Christmas themed fancy dress!
If that wasn’t enough, the band have teamed up with Signature Brew to create the special extra seasonal bitter ‘Bells End’!
Liam Gallagher releases new single ‘All You’re Dreaming Of’
Oasis icon Liam Gallagher is back with new single ‘All You’re Dreaming Of’. Generously, all proceeds from the single go to Action For Children. You can check out the single below, and can expect it to be a contender for this years Christmas Number One!
Foo Fighters celebrate 25th Anniversary with ‘Times Like Those’ video
The legendary Foo Fighters are currently celebrating their 25th Anniversary. As part of the festivities the band have now shared the Gogglebox-esque video ‘Times Like Those’. You can enjoy Dave Grohl and co reminiscing in the 30 minute video below:
Metallica soundtrack the Final Farewell of WWE’s Undertaker
Finally this week, Metallica soundtracked the Final Farewell of the one and only, the legendary, Undertaker! Yes that’s right, after 30 years the iconic deadman will finally rest in peace. To celebrate his unprecedented career, WWE held a Final Farewell at Sundays Survivor Series event.
The festivities featured a host of guest appearances from fellow wrestling icons such as Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair and Kane. As usual the WWE also put together a stunning video package, featuring none other than Metallica! You can see the video below soundtracked by the bands track ‘Now That We’re Dead’ from their album ‘Hardwired… to Self-Destruct’: