The Week So Far: Thursday Edition
Here is a recap of some of the bigger news stories so far this week:
Jimmy Eat World has announced that they will embark on a North American tour to support ‘Damage’ their upcoming studio album. The tour will start on Jume 30 in Pittsburgh, PA. For a complete list of dates, visit the band’s website www.jimmyeatworld.com
Fleetwood Mac has released an EP titled ‘Extended Play’. This is the band’s first new material in 10 years. The EP is available exclusively on iTunes.
Five Finger Death Punch has announced that their next full-length album will be a double album. The first disc of the album is scheduled to be released in stores on July 23rd. The lead single, “Lift Me Up”, is scheduled to hit radio on May 13.
The Civil Wars have announced that their self-titled sophomore album will be released sometime in the late summer. The band recorded the album before the band went on hiatus due to “Internal Conflict”. No word on any plans of a tour or performance, and the band has yet to comment regarding the status of their “hiatus”.