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Gli Evergaze Eternity iniziano la loro storia nell'ottobre del 2007, quando Giovanni, Michele e Irene decidono di dar vita ad una band che fosse sintesi delle loro molteplici influenze musicali, aventi tutte come comune denominatore una distaccata vena intimistica, onirica e malinconica. La prima formazione stabile si ottiene con l’ingresso di Stefano alle chitarre e Andrea alla batteria ed è con questa line up che gli Evergaze Eternity registrano, presso i Syncropain Product di Marco Ribecai a Pisa, il loro primo Ep “Incompatible Existences” e la cover di Red Stars dei The Birthday Massacre, in due sessioni distinte iniziate rispettivamente il 6 giugno e il 14 dicembre 2008. Durante le registrazioni della seconda sessione, Stefano lascia la band e la registrazione delle chitarre viene terminata dallo stesso Marco Ribecai. A sostituire Stefano alla chitarra arriva Nicola e la band inizia l'attività live. Nel frattempo Incompatible Existences riceve recensioni positive ovunque, arrivando ad essere Top Demo sulla rivista Metal Maniac. Infatti, nelle quattro canzoni che compongono l’Ep, la band interpreta, nel segno dei The Gathering, un gothic rock con arrangiamenti eleganti, ricco di riferimenti musicali che vanno dal gothic/doom metal al dark/pop, all’elettronica, al rock alternativo, alla psichedelia. Su tutto l’incredibile voce ed il fascino di Irene, dal timbro lirico ed etereo, vicino a quello di Anneke. Nel luglio 2009 ad affiancare Irene entra nella band Valeria che, con la sua splendida voce dal timbro più orientato al rock/pop, le risulta naturalmente complementare, permettendo così alla band di sperimentare nuove strade e di esprimere al meglio le diverse sfumature della propria musica. Con questa nuova formazione la band è attualmente impegnata nella composizione del primo album ufficiale la cui uscita è prevista per il 2010.

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A ‘Peaky Blinders’ video game is coming

Thursday, 21 March 2019 17:45

  A Peaky Blinders video game is in the works and set for release in 2020, developers have confirmed. With Peaky Blinders season five wrapped and set for release later this year as well as talk of a movie, fans now have another thing to look forward to from the Shelby clan. It’s been announced that Endemol has partnered with Curve Digital and FuturLab to create “narrative action game inspired by the critically acclaimed, epic gangster drama” for console and PC. Developers said that it would be led by “a highly innovative, story-driven design” enabling players to control “all of their favorite characters” as well as locations from the series. ‘Peaky Blinders’ “In Curve and FuturLab we have great partners who will deliver a high-end game which can be enjoyed by fans of the series and gamers alike,” said Endemol director Anil Mistry. “The unique world created by the Peaky Blinders series lends itself incredibly well to this style of gaming, and players can look forward to an authentic, original and immersive game experience.” Curve Digital CEO Dominic Wheatley added: “We are thrilled to be working with Endemol Shine Group on this unique IP. Peaky Blinders is at the top of my list of favorite TV shows and the characters and stories will now be transformed into an interactive experience. Can’t wait.”  Peaky Blinders season five has wrapped filming and is now in post-production, with the team behind the series continuing to show first-look photos at new and returning characters. The show has also been confirmed for a further two series after the next. Producer Caryn Mandabach has also confirmed that not only was a movie in the works, but also a musical. “It’s going great, bumping along,” she told Deadline. “It’s not going to happen tomorrow, but we’re actively meeting about it and having a blast. You can only imagine those meetings are real fun. “Steve [Knight, writer] said he’d turn in the treatment of what would happen in February, so we have that to look forward to. I have no info further about the movie, I can only say we have continued support from extraordinary artistic forces.” The post A ‘Peaky Blinders’ video game is coming appeared first on NME.

California, here we come: Phantom Planet are back

Thursday, 21 March 2019 17:42

  Phantom Planet has announced their return with their first public show in seven years. The Los Angeles band, famed for huge hit ‘California’ which soundtracked the TV show The O.C., played a secret private show back in January in Beverley Hills – their first gig since 2012. Now they’ve declared that their hiatus is officially “over”, and that they’ll be playing the Hanson curated Hop Jam festival. On May 19, you can catch the band performing at the free all ages music and beer festival in Tulsa, Oklahoma Hiatus. Over. pic.twitter.com/LGjncDK1yT — Phantom Planet (@phantomplanet) March 18, 2019 It is yet to be confirmed whether or not the band are working on new material, having not released an album since 2008’s ‘Raise The Dead’. The band famously featured the actor Jason Schwartzman on drums until his departure in 2003. He has remained active in music, releasing three solo albums and recording scores for TV as well as collaborating with the likes of Phoenix. Asked if his departure from the band was due to a ‘crossroads’ in his career, Schwartzman told Complex: “No, not at all, actually. It was not that intellectual. It was, ‘I don’t think that being in a band right now is going to be the best thing for me’. It was all kinds of reasons. It wasn’t selfish, like, ‘OK, I got what I need from this, goodbye’. “Obviously, the band kept going for a while, so they clearly wanted to keep doing it. It just was what it was, it just happened.  Back in 2009, members of Gomez, Phantom Planet and Maroon 5 teamed up to form the supergroup Operation Aloha. The post California, here we come: Phantom Planet are back appeared first on NME.

The Specials’ Neville Staple releases knife crime song after grandson was stabbed to death

Thursday, 21 March 2019 17:39

  Founding member of The Specials Neville Staple has released a single called ‘Put Away Your Knives’ in tribute to his late grandson who was stabbed to death. Fidel Glasgow, the son of Mr Staple’s daughter Melanie, died after he was stabbed in Coventry last September. The song is a remake of the band’s seminal hit ‘A Message To You Rudy’ – with Staple dedicating it to his grandson and “everyone else who has been affected by violent crimes”. Speaking to the BBC, he explained how the song highlights the “pain and anger” that is felt by the families of stabbing victims. “It’s time we take back some control and teach the youth right from wrong and the consequences of their actions,” he said. The track also sees Staple being joined by his wife Christine. “It’s like there’s no regard for life now, it’s become the norm,” she said. “It’s in the lyrics, saying put them down, think about you’re doing. Kids might be on your plan, who are they going to look up to? “You’re walking around with a blade in your hand or you’ve cut somebody. Think about where you’re going with this.”  While one man has been jailed for violent disorder and robbery linked to the death of Staple’s grandson, no one has been charged with his murder to date. Atikou Diallo, 24, admitted violent disorder and robbery during the incident. Speaking at the time, Staple said: “My beautiful daughter Melanie and wife Christine Sugary, all the family and myself are still shocked by this tragedy, but would like to thank you all for the kindness and messages we have received.” The post The Specials’ Neville Staple releases knife crime song after grandson was stabbed to death appeared first on NME.

Robert Pattinson and John David Washington are set to star in Christopher Nolan’s next film

Thursday, 21 March 2019 17:33

  Robert Pattinson and John David Washington have reportedly been cast as the leads in director Christopher Nolan’s next big film project. Nolan’s next movie, which he has written and will at the very least produce, has already been ambitiously described by Variety as “a massive, innovative action blockbuster” which will be screened in IMAX cinemas upon its release. Read more: Revisit Robert Pattinson’s 2015 NME cover feature, where he talks Twilight, trolls, James Dean and moving on from teen stardom Collider have now reported that Pattinson and BlacKkKlansman star Washington will be the co-leads of Nolan’s new film. It’s also emerged today (March 20) that Elizabeth Debicki, who is known for her roles in The Cloverfield Paradox and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, will also play a prominent part in the movie, which is being co-produced by Nolan’s frequent creative collaborator and wife Emma Thomas. Christopher Nolan Warner Bros. will release the film on July 17, 2020, and production is slated to begin this summer. Nolan’s last directed film was the WW2 epic Dunkirk, which came out in July 2017 and starred the likes of Cillian Murphy, Tom Hardy and Kenneth Branagh.  Last month, Pattinson’s collaboration with the Nottingham artist tindersticks on the single ‘Willow’ was released as part of the soundtrack to the movie High Life – which Pattinson stars in. The post Robert Pattinson and John David Washington are set to star in Christopher Nolan’s next film appeared first on NME.

John Legend Explains Why His Swim Lessons Are So Important: ‘I’m Able to Live with Less Fear’

Thursday, 21 March 2019 17:33

The singer, 40, is taking swim lessons for the first time since he was 5 years old. “I’m definitely not where I need to be, but I’m much better than where I was, and it’s only been a couple months now,” he tells PEOPLE. “I’m excited. It’s so much fun to learn and to feel much more confident in the pool.” Legend says that he didn’t want to feel restricted due to not knowing how to swim. “I was never afraid to go in the pool, but I was afraid to go in the deep end,” he explains. “I’m happy that I’m able to live with less fear and be able to swim with my kids. It just opens up a lot more opportunities. I just want to be comfortable in any water settings. So if we’re out on a boat on the ocean, if we’re in a pool, no matter where we are.” View this post on Instagram adult swim with @kidswimla - so proud!!! A post shared by chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) on Jan 30, 2019 at 6:11pm PST Legend was inspired to start lessons in January because he wanted to be able to keep up with his kids with wife Chrissy Teigen; Luna, 2, and Miles, 10 months. “She’s [Luna] the one who got me excited about doing it, because we started giving her lessons,” he says. “Even Miles is taking lessons now. He started lessons before me, and we have the same teacher.” Legend shared a few videos of his progress on social media over the last two months, and recently posted one of his freestyle stroke, which he says “is better than my float.” Freestyle stroke is improving! pic.twitter.com/2uscor1MGb — John Legend (@johnlegend) March 17, 2019 “I still can’t really [float],” he says. “It’s also just kind of counterintuitive. So many things you have to try harder, and with floating you have to relax better. You have to learn that it’s okay and you can relax and breathe easy.” Floating skills or not, swimming has become one of the ways that Legend, a spokesperson for Naked juice company’s However You Healthy campaign, works out. “I try to work out as much as possible, whether it’s running or swimming or lifting weights or riding a bike,” he says. “I try to stay physically active with my kids too, in the backyard or however I can.” RELATED VIDEO: Chrissy Teigen Proudly Shares Video of John Legend Taking Swimming Lessons in Their Home Pool Legend recently started paying closer attention to his health after his doctor warned him about his risk of heart disease due to a family history of cholesterol issues. Along with working out regularly, he makes sure to eat vegetables at every meal — including breakfast, when he makes a leafy salad. “It was a wake-up call,” Legend says. “We have a history of heart and cholesterol issues in my family, so it makes more sense that I have to be more vigilant. So whenever you can learn that early in your life and do things behaviorally to combat that, I think it’s good thing.”

Listen to Lizzo and Missy Elliott team up on the fierce new single ‘Tempo’

Thursday, 21 March 2019 16:49

  Lizzo has released her new collaboration with Missy Elliott, ‘Tempo’ – listen to the track below. The rapper/singer will release her major label debut ‘Cuz I Love You’ on April 19. ‘Tempo’ follows on from the January release of the record’s lead single ‘Juice’. Read more: “I’m a bad bitch, right?” – NME meets Lizzo ‘Tempo’ sees Lizzo collaborating with Missy Elliott, and the artist told Beats 1 earlier this month that she reached out to the ‘Work It’ rapper after hearing the song’s completed instrumental. “I was like, ‘I hope she blesses me with a verse,'” Lizzo explained. “Like, you never know, you send it to your idols, you never know if they gonna send it back.” Listen to ‘Tempo’ below. After previously telling NME that she was part of the bill, Glastonbury’s first major line-up announcement last week confirmed that Lizzo will indeed perform at the 2019 festival. Details of her stage time and day of performance have yet to be confirmed, however.  Back in November, Missy Elliott lifted the lid on one of the biggest secrets behind her hit ‘Work It’ – revealing that its backwards hook actually came about due to an error from her studio engineer. “The engineer happened to hit something, and [the hook] just went backward, and I was like, ‘Oh that’s kind of crazy’ because it went backward on the beat,” she recalled. The post Listen to Lizzo and Missy Elliott team up on the fierce new single ‘Tempo’ appeared first on NME.

Watch Mumford & Sons’ emotional new video for ‘Beloved’

Thursday, 21 March 2019 16:45

  Mumford & Sons have shared the moving video for their single ‘Beloved’ – check out the clip below. Taken from their fourth studio album ‘Delta’, which came out back in November, ‘Beloved’ is the second single to be released from the LP. Read more: NME meets Mumford & Sons – “We’ve thought a lot about mortality this year” Directed by BAFTA-nominated filmmaker Charlotte Regan, the Port Talbot-shot clip centres on a boy and a woman who break free from a hospital to enjoy some time together in a dream-like sequence which culminates with the pair riding on two horses. The narrative then delivers a crushing end sequence which, as a press release describes, “reflects the song’s lyrical touchpoints of death, the heartache of its acceptance, and the long-standing memories we cling to in its wake”. You can watch the video for ‘Beloved’ below. Speaking about the video for ‘Beloved’ and the deeper meaning behind the song, frontman Marcus Mumford said: “Everyone knows loss in one way or another. This song is about that. I’d never sat with anyone as they died before, and it had an effect on me. As it does everyone I know who has experienced it. “But there’s wildness and beauty in it as well, and a deep honoring, that became the beginnings of this song that we worked up called ‘Beloved’. I feel determined for people to take whatever they want from it, and not to be emotionally prescriptive.”  Earlier this month, Mumford & Sons covered Nine Inch Nails’ classic track ‘Hurt’ during a show in Cleveland. The post Watch Mumford & Sons’ emotional new video for ‘Beloved’ appeared first on NME.

'We're Not Kids Anymore': Stranger Things Cast Grows Up in Spooky New Season 3 Trailer

Wednesday, 20 March 2019 21:41

On Wednesday, Netflix dropped the first full-length trailer for this summer’s highly anticipated third season of Stranger Things. And it seems our favorite group of bike-riding, Demogorgon-fighting kids will be battling a whole new monster in season 3: their teenage years. Set to the Who’s “Baba O’Riley,” the trailer follows Mike (Finn Wolfhard), Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin), Will (Noah Schnapp) and Max (Sadie Sink) as they navigate their way through the summer of ’85 in the mysterious Midwestern town. All may look well, as the gang hits the typical ’80s hangout spots like the mall, the pool, and the county fair. But there are big changes afoot. “We’re not kids anymore,” says Mike. “I mean, what did you think? We’re just going to sit in my basement all day?” Unfortunately, there seems to be another big bad thing on the way — in the form of a gooey slimy monster who materializes by the trailer’s end. RELATED: Stranger Things Is Officially Coming Back on July 4th: ‘One Summer Can Change Everything’ Helping them in battle will be old friends and new. Hopper (David Harbour), Joyce (Winona Ryder), Steve (Joey Keery), Billy (Dacre Montgomery), Nancy (Natalia Dyer), and Jonathan (Charlie Heaton) are all returning, while new characters played by Maya Hawke, Jake Busey, and Cary Elwes will be mixing things up. As for how it all plays out, that still remains a mystery — but if the show’s season 3 tagline is to be believed, there are major shifts coming. “One Summer Can Change Everything,” it reads. RELATED: Millie Bobby Brown Gets Emotional While Wrapping Stranger Things Season 3 — Is the Show Ending? Stranger Things, created by Ross and Matt Duffer, first premiered in 2016. Its third season was last teased minutes into 2019, with a clip dropping appropriately showing a video of the late Dick Clark counting down to the new year back in 1985, when the show is set. Back in December, another teaser trailer its episode titles — “Suzie, Do You Copy?,” “The Mall Rats,” “The Case of the Missing Lifeguard,” “The Sauna Test,” “The Source,” “The Birthday,” “The Bite,” and “The Battle of Starcourt” — but not much more. The acclaimed series was nominated for five Emmy Awards in 2018, including outstanding drama series, outstanding directing, and outstanding writing. Brown and Harbour also earned nominations for their performances, respectively. In September, the show took home the title of outstanding sound editing for a comedy or drama series (one hour). All episodes of Stranger Things’ third season drop on Netflix July 4.

Everything we know about Lady Gaga's next album

Wednesday, 20 March 2019 17:47

Lady Gaga seemingly shed the persona that redefined her career in anticipation of a new album. “Sorry Joanne, Gaga’s come out to play,” she told a sold-out crowd during a November 2017 tour stop at Uncasville, Conn.’s Mohegan Sun Arena, just as she launched into the bass-heavy bridge of Born This Way cut “Bloody Mary,” writhing around with her backup dancers as the tune’s backing track bellows “Gaga, Gaga” in haunting repetition. Back then, fans were quick to herald the blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment as a signal that a new era loomed on the horizon, as Gaga spent much of the Joanne cycle (and resulting tour) requesting that fans refer to her by her late aunt’s first name as a means to carry on the young woman’s legacy following her untimely death in 1974 at age 19. The essence of “Gaga” as a performative identity was clearly ready to re-enter the icon’s canon as she readied herself for another reinvention under her original stage name. With Joanne eventually platinum-certified in the United States, the album served its purpose in setting the stage for Gaga’s stripped evolution from pop provocateur to glamorous red carpet diva for her gilded journey through the 2018 awards season at the head of her first major Hollywood film A Star Is Born; The subsequent era would also bring Gaga her first No. 1 single in eight years (“Shallow,” the film’s signature duet with director-costar Bradley Cooper) and another platinum LP (the film’s accompanying soundtrack spent four weeks at No. 1, making Gaga the only woman to have five No. 1 albums this decade). While the creation of Joanne was a highly personal endeavor (chronicled beautifully by documentarian Chris Moukarbel in the Netflix film Gaga: Five Foot Two), fans were at first reluctant to accept its pared back musical stylings, though the LP ultimately found its rightful place among the most celebrated sets of Gaga’s discography. A Star Is Born‘s soundtrack similarly shifted Gaga’s sound away from the euro-influenced dance-pop that made her a global force and into realms of rock, country, and funk. “I’ve started writing,” Gaga said. “I have a lot of ideas and a lot of things I want to create, so you’ll see in a bit. I need some time to create.” So, where does Mother Monster — arguably at the top of her game after one of the most successful years of her career, with her Enigma Las Vegas residency show, a $215 million-grossing movie, a new Oscar, three additional Grammys, and a No. 1 album-single wallop fresh to her credit — go from here? As she prepares to drop her upcoming musical project after nearly two years of gestation, a flurry of clues has trickled in from around the internet regarding Gaga’s next standalone album, giving us a peek at what the 32-year-old has up her sleeve for Joanne‘s successor. Here’s everything we know about LG6 so far: Gaga admitted she’s “pregnant” … with new music (and fans speculate she might pop on her birthday) When tabloids earlier this month reported that Gaga was expecting her first child, she quickly shot speculation down by announcing that she was actually carrying the fruits of her musical labor instead. “Rumors I’m pregnant? Yeah, I’m pregnant with #LG6,” Gaga tweeted last week, referencing the fan-given title for her upcoming album (the sixth in her solo discography). Rumors I’m pregnant? Yeah, I’m pregnant with #LG6 — Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) March 12, 2019 Could LG6 be a self-titled album? View this post on Instagram As a music theory student I’m appalled, as someone having fun with their friends I’m relieved.???????? A post shared by Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) on Feb 14, 2019 at 12:47pm PST Gaga often inks herself in honor of a major creative project: Among nearly two dozen pieces on her body, in 2010 she received a unicorn on her thigh representing the impending Born This Way era; in 2012 she wrote the title of her 2013 album ARTPOP on her left arm; in 2014, she got a trumpet on her right arm in celebration of her Tony Bennett collaboration Cheek to Cheek, and in October 2016 she got “Joanne” — scribbled in her late aunt’s handwriting — tattooed on her left arm. Gaga’s forthcoming album, then, could be titled GAGA, as Gaga’s frequent collaborators (including makeup artist Sarah Tanno in the post below) have also used the all-caps text when sharing artwork and photoshoots fans have long speculated are tied to the singer’s sixth full-length album. View this post on Instagram G A G A Photo @elirusselllinnetz #makeup #sarahtannomakeup Hair @fredericaspiras Styled @bernhardwillhelm #haus #hausofgaga #ladygaga #gaga A post shared by Sarah Nicole Tanno (@sarahtannomakeup) on Aug 15, 2018 at 1:21pm PDT Sophie, BloodPop, and Boys Noize have collaborated with Gaga Scottish producer Sophie — noted for her solo work as well as productions for Charli XCX, Japanese pop superstar Namie Amuro, Vince Staples, and Madonna — has also confirmed she put in studio time with Gaga on an unknown project presumed to be LG6. View this post on Instagram New music & sound design for @ladygaga #ENIGMA ?????? A post shared by Boys Noize (@boysnoize) on Dec 28, 2018 at 1:55pm PST Gaga has seemingly re-teamed with her Joanne producer BloodPop for new tunes, too, as the 28-year-old songsmith has shared several social media posts referencing Gaga’s next project as well as asserting that 2019 would be “a big year” for the artist in a December 2018 Instagram caption. View this post on Instagram #lg6 A post shared by BloodPop® ???????????? (@bloodpop) on Mar 12, 2019 at 5:01pm PDT Fans have speculated that Rihanna and rapper Cupcakke appear on the album After Gaga made her “pregnant with LG6” announcement, Little Monsters noticed that she had followed Rihanna, the international recording superstar, fan of Gaga’s “Sexxx Dreams”, and teeth-baring Gagachella 2017 attendee; they also pointed out that photographer Eli Russell Linnetz — who worked with Gaga on the fantastical photos below — followed Rihanna on the social media site around the same time. View this post on Instagram @ladygaga hair @fredericaspiras face @sarahtannomakeup fashion @bernhardwillhelm nails @mihonails A post shared by ERL (@elirusselllinnetz) on Aug 15, 2018 at 9:03am PDT View this post on Instagram @ladygaga A post shared by ERL (@elirusselllinnetz) on Aug 22, 2018 at 9:06am PDT On March 14, rapper Cupcakke tweeted about hearing LG6 in full for the first time, leading fans to believe she had also been included in the album’s recording sessions. “Thanks @ladygaga for inviting me to the studio to hear lady Gaga 6 !!!” she tweeted. “It’s amazing” Thanks @ladygaga for inviting me to the studio to hear lady Gaga 6 !!! It’s amazing — Marilyn MonHOE (@CupcakKe_rapper) March 14, 2019 Representatives for Gaga, Rihanna, and Cupcakke did not immediately return EW’s request for confirmation on the rumored collaborations. Gaga’s recorded with Born This Way/ARTPOP producer DJ White Shadow, but he’s reportedly no longer involved in the project Before she landed on the pop-rock and country-inspired tunes that made Joanne a hit, Gaga reportedly met with several producers, namely Giorgio Moroder, Nile Rodgers, RedOne, and more to hone a sound similar to what she’d released in the past. RedOne revealed he’d worked on at least eight songs during the pre-Joanne sessions, though only one, “Angel Down,” made the cut. When the sun set on Joanne, Gaga has re-teamed with her “Applause” hitmaking partner DJ White Shadow (real name Paul Blair) for A Star Is Born and LG6, and he didn’t keep it a secret. Blair’s Instagram account was riddled with teases for LG6 while he worked on the project during Gaga’s tour, before he deleted them in recent months. As Gaga has done in the past, she recorded material on her tour bus, which Blair dubbed “the lab” (another nod to Frankenstein’s monster). He also alluded to a new single in a lengthy post on Nov. 8, shared after he joined Gaga there for a Joanne World Tour stop. “I am about to do some sh— that will change the world. I am going to dedicate it to the people that I let into my life with love who abandon me when I needed them the most, and to the people that took advantage of me because my heart is bigger than my head sometimes,” he captioned a now-deleted shot of him overlooking the city. “Every time you hear it on the radio, think of me.” On the fourth anniversary of ARTPOP‘s release, Blair shared another emotional Instagram post, further elaborating on the status of LG6 — perhaps teasing a sound in line with the dance-oriented songs found on the 2013 studio set. “Four years ago I put out a record called ARTPOP with @ladygaga. I could write a book about it, maybe one day I will. I lost a best friend and manager, LG lost her entire support team, and we were all alone. I am so grateful for this record because it taught me a lot. I made some friends that have changed my life forever in the halls where this record was recorded, whom I love so incredibly deeply,” he wrote, additionally using the hashtag #LG6. “For all her flaws, strangeness and beauty, I thank you ARTPOP for the lessons learned and the gifts you gave. Happy 4th Birthday. I can’t wait to introduce you to your little sister.” After Blair, who opened for Gaga on several stadium tour dates throughout the summer of 2017, shared the image, Little Monsters speculated that their current sessions might produce the long-rumored ARTPOP: Act II, a planned EP which Gaga spoke in favor of releasing several years ago. Blair further fueled the rumors of the unreleased project’s resurgence after he played a snippet of scrapped ARTPOP song “Tea” during his opening set at Boston’s Fenway Park. Blair quickly shut down the ARTPOP: Act II rumors, however, tweeting that LG6 is “its own record” that signals “a new era” and “not a second act.” Later, in early 2019, Blair posted a comment on Instagram indicating he was no longer involved in the creation of LG6. A representative for Gaga did not immediately return EW’s request for comment on Blair’s comment. More ARTPOP personnel previously joined Gaga on the road Benjamin Rice, who worked extensively with Gaga to create ARTPOP, likely contributed to the LG6 sessions as well. Per a series of Instagram photos taken by Christian Carino in 2017, the recording engineer and vocal producer — who has credits with Britney Spears and Selena Gomez as well — hit the road with Gaga to work on music. View this post on Instagram Ben taped down to work as we ride. A post shared by @ christiancarino on Nov 8, 2017 at 3:53pm PST Carino shared several candid photos of Gaga recording vocals for LG6 tracks as well. View this post on Instagram 5:46pm A post shared by @ christiancarino on Nov 8, 2017 at 2:46pm PST View this post on Instagram 2:56am A post shared by @ christiancarino on Nov 7, 2017 at 11:57pm PST View this post on Instagram 5:01pm A post shared by @ christiancarino on Nov 8, 2017 at 2:01pm PST A new song with a Frankenstein theme is (potentially) in the works Gaga gave fans a concrete preview of her upcoming material at a Nov. 5, 2017 tour stop in Indianapolis, where she reportedly sang a new song while backstage meeting with VIP ticketholders. Accounts vary, with some saying the song is titled “Frankenstein,” though others claim it’s “Frankensteined,” but the consensus agrees: the lyrics supposedly invoke a turbulent period in Gaga’s career, during which her commercially successful (yet unjustly marginalized) ARTPOP era resulted in behind-the-scenes shakeups (she split with longtime manager Troy Carter shortly before the album’s release before Bobby Campbell boarded Team Gaga in 2014). The song’s title recalls Mary Shelley’s classic novel, in which a notorious alchemist, Victor Frankenstein, concocts a humanoid monster, which ultimately kills its maker’s bride, Elizabeth, and best friend, Henry. Gaga followers have noted similarities to Gaga’s struggles through the ARTPOP era, as she and her professional ambitions were metaphorically pulled apart and stitched back together (like the bits and pieces of the body of Frankenstein’s monster). While it touches on issues of death, grief, and perseverance in the face of obstacles, Joanne takes a rather optimistic approach to complicated issues, but it was founded on Gaga’s signature penchant for the macabre. “I’ve just been weeping while I’m here because I have returned to something I’ve believed in so much, which is the art of darkness,” she told EW during a 2015 cover story interview pegged to her appearance in the fifth season of Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story, which she said inspired future musical output. “It’s not something that everyone understands, but, for the people that do — Horror Story fans, my fans — there is a true connection between us, and it’s a language within itself.” On Saturday, Nov. 11, Gaga posted snapshots from a photoshoot, holding the end of her boots in a manner that recalls the fan-favorite “John Wayne” sequence. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) on Nov 11, 2017 at 10:12am PST Be sure to check back with EW as more information about LG6 is revealed. Lady Gaga scores her first No. 1 song since 2011 with ‘Shallow’ Lady Gaga is working on a new album: ‘I have a lot of ideas’ In Vegas, a weird, wonderful Lady Gaga is reborn

Joel Kinnaman teases announcement about his future in James Gunn’s ‘Suicide Squad’ reboot

Wednesday, 20 March 2019 17:43

  Joel Kinnaman has teased an announcement about whether he’ll return in James Gunn’s Suicide Squad reboot– and he’s remaining cryptically coy. The actor portrayed US Special Forces expert Rick Flag in the 2016 DC Comics movie, which saw iconic villains such as the Joker (Jared Leto), Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), and Deadshot (Will Smith) being secretly released from prison in order to tackle a deadly enemy under Flag’s watch. Guardians Of The Galaxy director James Gunn is now working on a “total reboot” of the original after it received a critical mauling – which has inevitably called into question whether the original actors will be returning. While Will Smith has confirmed his departure, Margot Robbie is widely expected to reprise the role of Harley Quinn following her appearance in the upcoming solo movie Birds of Prey.  Speaking to NME as he promoted the upcoming Amazon series Hanna, Kinnaman remained coy amid conflicting reports about his return to the DC Extended Universe. “I can’t confirm or deny anything,” Kinnaman said.  Teasing an imminent announcement, he added: “But I will shortly.” This comes after it was claimed that Gunn’s new take will focus on an entirely different set of characters.  “The Suicide Squad sequel, meanwhile, is moving forward as a sort of soft reboot to some extent, and is expected to have a new cast of characters and avoid direct tie-in to the first film’s events. Harley Quinn is not expected to return, and James Gunn’s script will be a new approach and rethinking of the property,” a Forbes report stated. It was also confirmed last week that Gunn will return to Disney to direct Guardians of The Galaxy 3 after his controversial firing – but his take on the Suicide Squad remains his next project. The post Joel Kinnaman teases announcement about his future in James Gunn’s ‘Suicide Squad’ reboot appeared first on NME.




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