The QLZ Music Minute--Music news written by Bishop for Springfield’s Real Rock, 92.7 QLZ
It didn’t gross nearly what the top ten movies grossed, but it still had a decent showing … Metallica’s 3D flick Metallica Thought The Never brought in nearly $690,000 gross this passed weekend, the second weekend it’s been out. It landed on the chart at No. 16 after falling a couple slots from last week. So far, the film has brought in $2.7 million worldwide. Opening weekend, it was in 305 theaters with a $1.5 million purse. Demand it from Springfield’s movie theatres today!
Still a week from the release of Pearl Jam’s new album Lightening Bolt, but the band is teasing fans with plenty of clips. There’s already full-length videos fro the songs “Mind Your Manners” and “Sirens.” Fans have also already been able to obsess over clips of “Lightning Bolt,” “Future Days” and “Getaway” in their short film about the new album. In another video published last week, fans can hear parts of the new song “Let the Records Play.” In the video, titled “Hatchet,” front man Eddie Vedder is seen throwing an axe at a target.
Korn’s new album Paradigm Shift drops in stores tomorrow. The first album from the band featuring original guitarist Brian “Head” Welch is streaming online right now through Pandora Premieres. It may not be there much longer, so before you head out to pick up the album tomorrow, give ‘er a listen online today. Oh, and if you’re up for it, you can watch Korn on Jimmy Kimmel Live tonight. Also out tomorrow is Stone Temple Pilots’ latest EP with Chester Bennington titled High Rise. They performed on the Tonight Show last week. You can also stream STPCB’s new album online through Pandora Premieres. Another album out tomorrow is Cage the Elephant’s third studio album Melophobia. That is streaming on Soundcloud right now. So much new music! Your listening sessions will be full up for sometime, ‘cuz I know mine will be!
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