Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have released a lyric video for a new song entitled “Jubilee Street”, which you can hear below. The song comes from their upcoming 15th studio album Push The Sky Away, which comes out Feb. 19th. The album is available for pre-order via iTunes.
Nick Cave’s music has been featured in a great deal of horror TV, movie, and games, such as Hellboy, True Blood, Alan Wake, Scream 1-3, and more.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will also be touring N. America this Spring with Sharon Van Etten. Tour dates are below. READ MORE
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds will be releasing their 15th studio album Push The Sky Away on Feb. 19th. In the meantime, they’ve released the first single, “We No Who U R”, as a lyric video to give fans a taste of what’s to come. Now the band has released an official music video for the track. Directed by Gaspar Noé (Irreversible), the video shows a shadow walking through a dark forest. It’s a mix between The Blair Witch Project and Slenderman with some hefty doses of Twin Peaks. Check it out below. READ MORE
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds are streaming “We No Who U R” from their upcoming album Push The Sky Away via Rolling Stone. The song, which you can stream below (or watch as a lyric video), is a mellow, beautiful yet haunting slow burner.
The 15th studio album will be released Feb. 19th in the US (Feb. 18th in the UK). READ MORE
How To Destroy Angels (the band featuring Nine Inch Nails‘ Trent Reznor and wife Mariqueen Maandig) have released an official music video for “Ice Age”, which comes off their newly released An Omen EP. Directed by John Hillcoat (Depeche Mode, Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds), the video is quite simplistic, showing the group performing the song in a boarded up wooden cabin and using long, drawn out shots. You can check it out below. READ MORE
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds have announced a Feb. 19th, 2013 US release date (Feb. 18th in the UK) for their upcoming 15th studio album, Push The Sky Away. This album is the follow up to 2008′s Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! A trailer for the album can be seen below as well as the NSFW album cover (naked lady ahoy) and track listing.
I’m a big fan of the ’96 album Murder Ballads, so I’ll definitely be checking this out. What about you all? Any Nick Cave fans amongst you? READ MORE
There are discussion boards popping up all over Scream 4′s Official Facebook after the fans were asked what music they’d like to see on the Scream 4 soundtrack. Answers so far are overwhelming for Asking Alexandria, Sum 41, and Black Veil Brides. However, the top pick is the Scream favorite, ‘Red Right Hand’ by Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, which has been in each of the films so far.
So what about you? What songs or artists would you want on the soundtrack?