Primal Scream have honoured the late Mark Lanegan by bringing ‘Deep Hit Of Morning Sun’ back into their live sets – watch footage below. The band, who have recently been playing their 1991 album ‘Screamadelica’ in full at a number of headline shows and festival dates, played 2002 track ‘Deep Hit Of Morning Sun’ for the first time in years to honour Lanegan, who passed away earlier this year and had covered the song.
Late last year, Mark Lanegan issued what would be his final recording, a collaborative effort titled Dark Mark vs. Skeleton Joe, reflective of the billing of his pairing with Joe Cardamone. Now a new video has surfaced for one of the songs off that album, "Hiraeth," which consists of the final video footage shot with Lanegan prior to his passing earlier this year.
The Afghan Whigs Announce New Album, ‘How Do You Burn?’ With Appearances By Mark Lanegan, Marcy Mays
The Afghan Whigs will release How Do You Burn?, their first album in five years, September 9. The 10-song collection is like an extended family album, with several old friends of the Whigs and frontman Greg Dulli making appearances on the album. Among them, the most bittersweet is the presence...
The Afghan Whigs have announced a new album called How Do You Burn?, set to be released on September 9. The record will feature the late Mark Lanegan, who’d previously collaborated with Whigs frontman Greg Dulli in the band The Gutter Twins. According to a press release, Lanegan sings backup vocals on two How Do You Burn? songs.
The Screaming Trees could have been contenders, but were taken down by their own lifestyle and bad luck. This is the story of Seattle's great lost band. It’s an October night in 1992 in Asbury Park, New Jersey, and the salty wind is blowing in off the ocean. Bruce Springsteen made his name writing about these mean streets, although that’s not what the Screaming Trees are thinking about as they mill around in front of a bar named The Fast Lane.
Local Music Beat: Jeremy Porter of Detroit’s The Tucos talks about the band’s upcoming retrospective, remembering Mark Lanegan and more in this edition of the column. The Motor City has a history of cranking out great rock ‘n’ roll, and Jeremy Porter is continuing that tradition. Porter and his band The Tucos make raw, real rock music that they describe as sounding like “guitars and whiskey, hooks and heartache, energy and passion.”
Click here to read the full article. “When a drug addict loses a friend, they just do more drugs,” the late Screaming Trees frontman and solo artist Mark Lanegan tells senior writer Kory Grow in an extraordinarily revealing interview on a new episode of our Rolling Stone Music Now podcast. Lanegan, who died Feb. 22 at the age of 57, talks about losing Kurt Cobain, Anthony Bourdain, and other close friends, and shares heartbreaking details from his struggles with addiction and homelessness — including how Duff McKagan and Courtney Love came to his rescue. To hear the whole episode, press play above,...