A one-minute snippet of the track ‘Pride’ from the forthcoming Soil album, “Redefine”, has been posted online in MP3 format. The song will be featured in the upcoming Madden NFL 2004 video game via EA Trax, a partnership between various music labels and Electronic Arts that allows popular bands to showcase new tunes in upcoming video games, such as Madden NFL 2004, SSX3, and James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing. Download and listen to the clip here.
Radiohead are out with their new video for 'Go To Sleep'. Watch the unusual animated video below.
The world premiere of Metallica's video for the track 'Frantic' will take place this Saturday, August 16th on MTV2 during 'Headbanger's Ball'. The show airs at 10:00 p.m. EST. In the meantime, you can check out the video below.
Limp Bizkit premiered their new video for 'Eat You Alive' on MTV's Total Request Live on Wednesday, just after frontman Fred Durst phoned in to talk about it. Watch the video online below.
The Goo Goo Dolls performed on the Today Show's Summer Concert Series on Friday in New York. Watch their interview and performances of 'What a Scene', 'Slide', and 'Sympathy' here.
Adema is set to release their latest album 'Unstable' on August 19th, 2003. The new video for the single 'Unstable' is out now and fans can check it out online below.
Great White founder and frontman Jack Russell spoke with The CBS Early Show about the band's first concert since its pyrotechnics killed 100 people, as the benefit tour gets mixed reactions. "Not a minutes goes by where you don't think about this," Russell said. "Anybody who was there that night can tell you, this is not something you just shrug off and go, 'Wow, glad I made it through.' It was a horrifying experience." Watch the interview here.
Germany's Guano Apes have posted the video for the track 'Quietly' on their official web site. 'Quietly' is the latest single off their current album, 'Walking On A Thin Line', which is scheduled to be released on July 21st. Watch it via YouTube below.
Add Audioslave as group's seeing their latest video getting banned by MTV. The 'Show Me How To Live' video likely got rejected because it features frontman Chris Cornell in a high speed car chase running police cars and motorcycles off the road. Watch it below.