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Today's Rock News (Shinedown, The Cranberries, Tool)

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SHINEDOWN Detail Sixth Studio Album: Loudwire

Shinedown announced that their sixth studio album will arrive on May 4th, and that it’s a concept album where the narrator journeys from a place of darkness into a place of light. Attention Attention will have 14 new tracks, including “Devil”, which premiered yesterday on MMR.

Shinedown will be on the road with Godsmack this summer. They’ll hit the BB&T in Camden on August 26th.

Shinedown - "DEVIL" (Official Video)

Official video for Shinedown "DEVIL" The new album, ATTENTION ATTENTION, available May 4th 2018 Pre-Order and Pre-Save Site: Store: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Directed by Bill Yukich - Lyrics: Pick it up, Pick it up, pick it up Pick Up The Phone You said

THE CRANBERRIES Move Forward With New Album: Rolling Stone

The Cranberries will move forward with a new album, which had been put on hold after their singer, Dolores O'Riordan, died in January. The band's surviving members said "We decided that as this is something that we started as a band, with Dolores, we should push ahead and finish it. So that's the plan, to finish the project and get the 25th anniversary edition [of our debut] album out later this year."

O’Riordan was just 46 when she passed away. The coroner's office said it would not release any details about the circumstances of O'Riordan's death until at least April.

TOOL Reveal Producer For Next Album: Loudwire

Tool have begun their long-awaited follow-up to 10,000 Days, and thanks to an Instagram post from Adam Jones, we now know that the band will be working with producer Joe Barresi, also known as Evil Joe, on this next album. Barresi has worked with Tool previously, as well as Maynard James Keenan’s other project Puscifer. His credits also include Chevelle, Queens of the Stone Age, Avenged Sevenfold and more. Tool has promised that the album will finally be released later this year.