Rock Report: Beastie Boys Movie Premiere, New Incubus Album Details, Def Leppard Guitarist To Release New Single

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Rock News: Random Rock Headlines from the Week (Gibson.com)

-Beastie Boys’ 30-Minute Video Hits Cable TV and the Web: The Beastie Boys are giving fans plenty of shots to watch their highly anticipated 30-minute video for “Make Some Noise” (a.k.a. – Fight For Your Right Revisited). The star-studded video, which premiered last night, is now being aired across MTV Networks’ websites for MTV2, mtvU, VH1, Palladia, Comedy Central, MTV and Spike. More…

-Incubus New Album Details Surface: Brandon Boyd has released new details about Incubus’ forthcoming seventh studio album, If Not Now, When?, due out July 12. In an online post, the singer said he believes Incubus have experimented with new sounds more than ever, adding that the record is the band’s “unabashed, romantic, lush sonic love letter to the world. It’s darker, slower, more rich, more refined, and more involved than anything Incubus has birthed to date.” More…

-Def Leppard Guitarist to Release New Single: Man Raze, the side project of Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen, Simon Laffy of Girl and Paul Cook from The Sex Pistols, are set to release a new single, titled “Over My Dead Body,” on May 31 on Rocket Science via iTunes. The new track, which is the first single from their upcoming still-untitled sophomore album, will be available with both electric and acoustic versions. More…

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