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Preview Sully Erna’s Solo Album “Avalon”

September 1, 2010 by  
Filed under Daily Music News

Godsmack frontman has a solo album coming out on September 14th called Avalon.  Different from anything you’ve ever heard from Godsmack Erna is giving fans a chance to preview the album.  Check out the video below.  Also, tune in next week to read our exclusive interview with Sully about the album.

Be sure to check out www.SullyErna.com as well as Sully’s Myspace and Facebook pages for all the latest news and updates on what Sully is up to and make sure to pick up a copy of Avalon available everywhere September 14th!

Robert Plant Announces New Album “Band of Joy” To Be Released on September 14

June 11, 2010 by  
Filed under Daily Music News, Rock

 Robert Plant has announced that his new album Band of Joy will be released on September 14.

Band of Joy features intriguing new interpretations of songs from a wide range of sources. Opening with a throbbing rendition of Los Lobos’s ‘Angel Dance’, the album encompasses the glittering drone-rock of Low’s ‘Silver Rider’ and ‘Monkey’, the Fifties-style country-gospel harmonies which transform The Kelly Brothers’ Sixties soul classic ‘Falling In Love Again’, the desolate banjo-driven interpretation of ‘Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down’, the transplanted English/Appalachian folk ballad ‘Cindy I’ll Marry You Some Day’, and jangling blues imagery of ‘Central Two-O-Nine’.

Robert Plant and the Band of Joy will be touring the U.S. in July in support of Band of Joy, with more dates to be announced.  For a complete list of dates go to http://www.rounder.com/robertplant/tours/.

Band of Joy Track Listing:

1.      Angel Dance
2.      House of Cards
3.      Central Two-O-Nine
4.      Silver Rider
5.      You Can’t Buy My Love
6.      I’m Falling In Love Again
7.      The Only Sound That Matters
8.      Monkey
9.      Cindy I’ll Marry You Someday
10.   Harm’s Swift Way
11.   Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down
12.   Even This Shall Pass Away