New Mad Season song
2013-02-18 by Peter K. Mark | 18 Comments
Mad Season released the first new song in 18 years. The song, entitled 'Locomotive' features Mark Lanegan on lead vocals, standing in for the late Layne Staley. This is one of the three new tracks from Mad Season’s new Above reissue. The music originates from the late 90′s when Mad Season attempted to record a second album.

Listen to 'Locomotive' here:

http://www1.rollingstone.com/hearitnow/player/madseason.html
Tagged: Mad Season

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Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
February 18th 2013
50954 Comments


Half of their members died what the hell

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DominionMM1
February 18th 2013
10301 Comments


^didn't stop "alice in chains"

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Maniac!
February 18th 2013
26257 Comments


Jerry Cantrell is/was the heart of most of AiC's songwriting, so putting their name in quotes makes you look very ignorant.

MisterTornado
Contributing Reviewer
February 18th 2013
4507 Comments


good to hear rob thomas getting some work

DominionMM1
February 18th 2013
10301 Comments


Jerry Cantrell is/was the heart of most of AiC's songwriting, so putting their name in quotes makes you look very ignorant.

And Robby Krieger wrote a lot of The Doors' material. But without Morrison, it's not The Doors.

Spag
February 18th 2013
1845 Comments


holy shit

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FCY
February 18th 2013
206 Comments


I hope they release another album. That was a stellar track.

foxblood
February 18th 2013
6797 Comments


dam totally thought this said 'New Mad Men Season' and i was stoked and confused

freedomofspeechnoway
February 18th 2013
418 Comments


The original Mad Season album is awesome. It somehow manages to be more mellow than Jar of Flies.

DominionMM1
February 18th 2013
10301 Comments


I'm stoked that they're reissuing above on vinyl for rsd.


zentatonic
February 18th 2013
14 Comments


Song is the bomb. Mark Lanegan's a beast - and a good fit on this jam.

Skooled
February 18th 2013
14 Comments


Should say "new" old song, since it was unreleased from a past album. But hey what do I know, I just submitted two stories about two awesome bands that got completely ignored.

Strider
February 18th 2013
4598 Comments


Never heard of this band, but this song... amazing

DoubtGin
February 19th 2013
6752 Comments


like it

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
February 19th 2013
2041 Comments


"good to hear rob thomas getting some work"

I lol'd.

My mind flew straight to Rob Thomas when I read the headline for this, too.

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ManintheBox
February 19th 2013
867 Comments


Holy shit song is actually great, hope they release an album. Above is an underrated classic.

Puzzles
February 19th 2013
3065 Comments


Lanegan is a pretty good singer for a guy who can't sing

slagun
February 20th 2013
742 Comments


'Lanegan is a pretty good singer for a guy who can't sing'

what..



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