Brooklyn indie rockers will return to the road for the first time since 2015.
The legendary guitarist hopes to fix the mix on one of Black Sabbath’s most criticized discs.
Including reissues of Zwan and Spun as well as Corgan’s solo albums.
Both reissues arrive on February 15th, complete with bonus tracks.
Their first new music since 2008’s Consolers of the Lonely.
Just in time for the holidays, it’s due out in January.
Waxwork Records is releasing a remastered version of Danny Elfman’s classic score.
Willie Hutch’s classic score is repressed in celebration of its 45th anniversary.
Sub Pop delivers a new look at the Seattle grunge precursors.
A Dylanpalooza dream that’ll make you feel lonesome if you lose.
The band’s latest EP gets a deluxe reissue, complete with bonus tracks.
This is…a lot to sort through.