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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.”
THREE DAYS GRACE Post New Lyric Video: WMMR.com
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.
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!”