The new album by the highly influential Hüsker Dü and Sugar singer/songwriter/guitarist features Superchunk/Mountain Goats drummer Jon Wurster. You can watch Mould, Wurster, and bassist Jason Narducy (Split Single, Verbow) perform “The Descent” tonight on The Late Show With David Letterman. And keep your eyes open for a full Modern Drummer magazine interview with Jon in early 2013.
This eight-CD boxed set collects all of Tré Cool and company’s studio albums, including their 1990 debut, 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours, Kerplunk (1992), Dookie (1994), Insomniac (1995), Nimrod (1997), Warning (2000), American Idiot (2004), and 21st Century Breakdown (2009). Available exclusively from Best Buy, the set features each album in an individual sleeve with original artwork, housed in a clamshell box. Green Day is currently preparing for the release of their trilogy of new albums, ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, and ¡Tré!, on September 25, November 13, and January 15, respectively.
The reissue of what many feel is the classic metal band’s finest album features six bonus tracks plus a live DVD of the group’s 1983 US Festival performance, which was attended by a reportedly record-breaking 375,000 fans. Dave Holland is on drums.
The new album by the British prog band featuring drummer Nick D’Virgilio is described as an aural journey through the English landscape. Part Two is due next March.
The second album by the saxophonist, who has worked with the legendary Cuban band Irakere and NG La Banda singer Issac Delgado, features Dafnis Prieto and Marcus Gilmore on drums.