Living Things are out with the video to their new single ‘Let It Rain’, the first release off the St. Louis, Missouri rock group’s second album ‘Habeas Corpus’, out now on Jive Records. Watch it below.
Steven Horowitz of Kiwibox.com caught up with Living Things frontman Lillian Berlin, asking him about the band’s decision to record their new album ‘Habeas Corpus’ in Berlin, the process of pairing down the 39 tracks they recorded for the disc to 12, adopting the sound of Berlin on the album, being labeled a “political band”, and his thoughts on Barack Obama getting elected U.S. President.
Video at YouTube has since been removed.
MTV News reports Living Things singer/guitarist Lillian Berlin said his brother, drummer Bosh Berlin, 21, and the band’s touring guitarist, Corey Becker, were attacked and beat up onstage Wednesday night during a show at the Rohstofflager club in Zurich, Switzerland, by the crew of the band Alter Bridge and at least one member of that band. The Alter Bridge camp is refuting those claims. “We were in the middle of our second song, and I had some stuff to say about the current administration and the way they’re handling the Iraq war,” Lillian said. “The Swiss were all behind us, and the crowd was cheering me on. I was talking about this letter I got inviting me to a Democrat-bashing dinner at the White House. And we went into our fourth song, and some goon from that Creed band [Alter Bridge features three former members of Creed] came out swinging an American flag and then threw it at our drummer, Bosh.” Read more.
Living Things visited Fuse on Wednesday (February 8) at the music network’s studios in New York City. Check out pictures from WireImage.
Living Things are out with the video to their debut single ‘Bom Bom Bom’, from the album ‘Ahead Of The Lions’, due out October 4th. Watch it online below.
Living Things, the band of black-clad brothers that recently got the dream gig of opening for Velvet Revolver’s national Spring tour, have come out with their new video ‘Bombs Below’ They’re pretty chunky punk-influenced rock that owes a debt to Black Sabbath by way of their influence on Nirvana, and some tracks off their new album can get politically charged (for instance, this video). Their debut album comes out on August 24th on Geffen records, and you can watch the video at LivingThingsMusic.com.