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Making noise, Slayer symbol, Done writing, and Cockpit fire


The WQLZ Music Minute--Music news written by Bishop for 92.7 WQLZ, The Rock Station

 

Making noise

 

He made news last week by talking a little smack of the new Korn album without really even hearing it … and now former Korn drummer David Silveria has some new music he’s pimping from the band Infinika. The attempt has posted six new tracks online through Silveria’s SoundCloud channel. A quick review hints at an extremely experimental sound the likes of Jane’s Addiction mixed with the fuzz rock of the 70s. Give ‘er a spin today.

 

 

Slayer pentagram
 

Slayer symbol

 

Hey kids doing graffiti … you may want to avoid spaying Slayer logos on public buildings because it could spark an unnecessary hate crime investigation. That’s just what happened up in Long Island, New York, where somebody decided to pain the Slayer pentagram on a public park building. That led police to speculate they had some crazy satanic cult infesting the town. But they quickly put two-and-two together because right next to the pentagram was the word Slayer. Great police work, guys.

 

Done writing

 

Believe it or not, but the next Foo Fighters’ album is done being written. That means recording is just around the corner and a release soon to follow. You can expect that sometime next year. Front man Dave Grohl went on to tell a station out of the UK that the band plans to record the album a way that no band has ever done. We’re not sure if that means they’re going to record tracks while skydiving or in a submarine or what, but we’re stoked regardless. During that same chat, Grohl talked about the release of the 20th anniversary of his first band’s iconic album—Nirvana’s In Utero. That deluxe-super-duper-jam-packed-extreme-exclusive-box-set with nearly 90 songs drops Sept. 24th.

 

Cockpit fire

 

Oh, and if you didn’t hear, a plane carrying some 80s rockers had to make a detour. A plane carrying members of Ratt and Dokken had to make an emergency landing after taking off from the Moline, Illinois, Airport because of a cockpit fire. They ended up landing safely, but it was a close call.

 

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