Plus, Greg Dulli & the alt-rock icons map out a North American fall tour.
The second squeeze off In Spades has an international twist to it.
“Spooky” effort is out this May.
Mark Lanegan Band announce new album featuring QOTSA, Afghan Whigs members, share “Nocturne” — listen
Gargoyle lands in stores this April.
Plus, Dulli announces an intimate solo tour.
Serj Tankian, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Killer Mike, Lil B, and more also back the Democratic presidential candidate.
New Whigs for a new era.
Greg Dulli and Co. return with “one of the most intense, cathartic records” of their storied discography.
Alt-rock titans reunite with Sub Pop Records for their seventh album.
Celebrating 25 years with Mudhoney, Father John Misty & Shabazz Palaces.
The first in a series curated by Columbia Records.
There’s a whole lot of Dulli going on.