Drum master Virgil Donati has released “Ruination,” and it’s filled with unreal musicianship blurring the lines of fusion and progressive music. Bassists Junior Braguinha, Anton Davidyants, and Evan Marien contributed to the record.
For the first time since 2013, brothers Chris and Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes will be putting their differences aside to reunite for a tour. The brothers will be joined by an all-new backing band including bassist Tim Lefebvre.
With their final tour dates scheduled for the end of this month, Slayer has released a new film called “The Repentless Killogy.” The release blends the trilogy of music videos released from their last album, “Repentless,” with concert footage from 2017.
Former Chicago bassist and vocalist Jason Scheff has released “Here I Am,” which marks his second solo album. Scheff shares bass duties with DeMarcus as well as session ace Pino Palladino, who is on two tracks.
Ozzy Osbourne has released his first single in nearly ten years, and he got some good friends to help. “Under The Graveyard” is the lead track from his forthcoming album, “Ordinary Man,” which will feature drummer Chad Smith and bassist Duff McKagan.
Eight years since their L.A. Rising performance, it appears Rage Against The Machine have announced a handful of reunion performances. The iconic rock band will be playing five shows that will culminate in a headlining slot at Coachella.
Darryl Jones has been in the Rolling Stones for 26 years, but he had only been in the group for five years in their latest concert film, “Bridges to Buenos Aires.” Recorded in April 1998, the full-length show was shot in Argentina’s capital.
The Bad Plus have released “Activate Infinity,” marking their second album since their new lineup with pianist Orrin Evans. The trio, rounded out by Dave King and Reid Anderson, still has the same boisterous energy as their previous work.
Flea’s long-awaited autobiography, “Acid for the Children,” is now available. The memoir has been several years in the making.
Jazz bassist Rodney Whitaker has released a new album called “All Too Soon,” which marks the second installment of a five-CD project to observe his fiftieth birthday. The new record pays homage to Duke Ellington.