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LENNY KRAVITZ Teases Album With Another New Song: Rolling Stone

Lenny Kravitz kicks out a heavy groove in the video for his new song “Low.” The track will appear on Kravitz’s upcoming album, Raise Vibration, due out September 7th. The clip features Kravitz at a drum kit, contrasted with a woman sitting at the same kit, performing the song. Kravitz explains how director Jean-Baptiste Mondino got the idea for the video, saying: “It was all about the groove and the space. The result was a black room, black drum set, and black clothing. It turned into an interesting way to present a song that has so much production.”

Lenny Kravitz - Low (Official Video)

New Album RAISE VIBRATION Released September 7, 2018. Preorder Now: Directed by Jean Baptiste Mondino Follow Lenny:

THREE DAYS GRACE Post New Lyric Video:

Three Days Grace posted a lyric video for their latest single “Infra-Red.” The track is off the band’s sixth studio album, Outsider, which came out this past spring. The Canadian rockers made chart history in March, with the band’s 13th No. 1 single on the Billboard charts – That tied the record held for the past two decades by Van Halen.

Three Days Grace - Infra-Red (Lyric Video)

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PUDDLE OF MUDD’s Wes Scantlin Says He’s Now Sober: Loudwire

Following numerous run-ins with the law, canceled shows and drunken fights with just about everyone, Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin says he’s ditched the booze and drugs. In a new interview, Scantlin credited his family for encouraging him to get sober, saying: “Getting out of incarceration and then going to rehab – it was really great. I’m 11 months sober now, almost to the day.”

The rock community has offered support for Scantlin, including former Puddle Of Mudd guitarist Paul Phillips, who tweeted: “Haven’t spoken to him in six years, but I’m very glad to see this!”

Puddle of Mudd's Wes Scantlin discusses sobriety success with Rock Titan

A true test of character is how one faces challenge and adversity. Puddle of Mudd lead singer, Wes Scantlin, has had quite the year and is all the better for it! Check out this candid interview with Wes just prior to hitting the stage, while on tour with Saving Abel and Sponge at Harrah's Philadelphia.