The WQLZ Music Minute--Music news written by Bishop for 92.7 WQLZ, The Rock Station
Puddle of Trouble
Wes Scantlin is just a puddle of trouble these days with more arrests for a variety of things than I can count dollars in my pocket. The Puddle of Mudd singer was picked up again earlier this week for allegedly battering his ex-wife in front of several witnesses. Earlier this month the singer was picked up for outstanding warrants. He’s also, in recent memory, was in trouble for steeling his ex-wife’s car, getting disorderly on an airplane and also some other drug charges. Surely his traffic record is abysmal as well. It’s reported Scantlin posted $20,000 bail for the most recent arrest.
Queens of the Stone Age have yet again released another song with a video from their upcoming album ... Like Clockwork. The two-minute video for the song “Kalopsia” picks up from where the last video for “I Appear Missing” left off and shows a devious character with a creepy grin and glowing eyes destroying everything it comes in contact with. … Like Clockwork comes out June 3rd. Watch the video below or at this link.
Another featurette from Black Sabbath is available online. The latest video is called “That Sabbath Sound” and is a teaser for the forthcoming album 13. In the video, original band members Ozzy, Geezer and Tony talk about the goal of the album alongside of producer Rick Rubin and Rage Agains the Machine Drummer Brad Wilk. Wilk, who is in place of original drummer Bill Ward, talks about how others in the band are producing heavier music in their 60s than most bands in their 30s are producing. The new album hits stores June 11th. Watch the trailer below or at this link.
Best album yet
Speaking of new albums, Korn’s forthcoming attempt is the best album from the band to date, according to front man Jonathan Davis. Davis took to Twitter to update fans about the album saying “Korn has done by far the best album we have ever done so excited!!!” The new album will be the first in 10 years with guitarist Brian “Head” Welch. There’s no word yet on when the album will be out, but we’ll keep you posted. Korn will be in St. Louis at the Peabody with Love and Death and Device May 25th.
@korn record is done by far the best album we have ever done so excited!!!