Gary Clark Jr. Reveals ‘Justice League’-Inspired ‘Come Together’ Video, Plus News on Stryper, The Temperance Movement + More
– Bluesy rocker Gary Clark Jr. has been quickly rising up the Active Rock charts with his cover of the Beatles classic “Come Together,” and now there’s a video for the song. Clark recorded the song for the Justice League movie soundtrack and fittingly, the video ties in to the film. Watch it in the player above. Clark will also perform the song Nov. 2 on The Late Late Show With James Corden. The Justice League film opens Nov. 17.
– After an acrimonious split with longtime bassist Tim Gaines, Stryper have revealed that Firehouse bassist Perry Richardson will be joining the group. Richardson stated he was “overwhelmed” and calls it “one of the greatest honors of his career” joining the band, while Stryper’s Michael Sweet calls Richardson “the perfect fit within our band.” Read more about the move here.
– The Temperance Movement have circled Feb. 16 on the calendar for the release of their third album, A Deeper Cut. Pre-orders for the disc will start this Friday. “I feel like we’ve really captured what the band is about on this one; I can’t wait for people to hear it and I can’t wait to get out on the road and play it live to everyone.,” states guitarist Paul Sayer. The band will be busy in the coming months, with a November U.K. run to finish out the year and European dates in February, March and April around the disc’s release. See all their stops here.
– Foo Fighters will be part of an eclectic lineup that will ring in 2018 at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on New Year’s Eve. The Foos will be joined on the bill by Duran Duran, French Montana, Zac Brown Band, DJ Mustard and Galantis. Tickets will go on sale here this Friday (Nov. 3) at 10AM PT.
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