Mark Lanegan new album release

2011-12-07 by Voivod STAFF | 14 Comments
Former Screaming Trees frontman, Mark Lanegan, is about to issue his first album in seven years. It is called Blues Funeral and it is set for release in February the 7th, through Beggars Group.

The album is filed under the "Mark Lanegan Band" tag, while critically acclaimed artists/Lanegan's co-workers - namely Josh Homme (Kyuss), Greg Dulli (Afghan Whigs) and Jack Irons (Eleven/Pearl Jam) - give the album some extra helping hands.

Album opener, "The Grave Digger's Song", is streaming at the url below.

Source:

http://www.metalinsider.net/new-music/mark-lanegan-digs-his-own-grave

Tagged: Mark Lanegan

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BrentF
December 7th 2011
36 Comments


I liked him when he did work with QoTSA. Haven't heard any of his solo work.

KILL
December 7th 2011
80846 Comments


sweet

AsoTamaki
December 7th 2011
2525 Comments


The song sounds awesome. I'm happy to hear something new from him other than an Isobel Campbell album.

MaxKaska
December 7th 2011
32 Comments


Love it.

KILL
December 7th 2011
80846 Comments


4comments is all? this site is fags

ApplicationToHeaven
December 7th 2011
1566 Comments


screaming trees

Ending
December 7th 2011
2175 Comments


Whoa this sounds cool.

LimbsandJoints
December 7th 2011
193 Comments


Mark is the Man

bloc
December 7th 2011
43418 Comments


Oh shit yes, should be awesome given who's on board heh heh hehhhh

Digging: Venenum - Trance of Death

Eskate87
December 7th 2011
959 Comments


so awesome, can't wait

seifer
December 8th 2011
1006 Comments


i loved the screaming trees will definitely check this out

frogenhauser
December 8th 2011
39 Comments


That was excellent. Definitely looking forward to this.

Puzzles
December 8th 2011
3065 Comments


"Josh Homme (Kyuss)"

Lol, somebody doesn't like the mainstream...

tarkus
December 10th 2011
5566 Comments


will rule



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