Things may have gotten massive for Tennessee rockers Kings Of Leon over the last few years but the Followill boys are stripping it down and reigning it in for one intimate headlining show at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre. The quartet had previously announced just one show at Sydney Harbour for their November trip to Oz, promoting
Nashville rockers Kings of Leon recently opened up about the turmoil the band had been going through since they broke into the mainstream with 2008’s Only By The Night, indicating that the rock & roll lifestyle began to take its toll on the health of the band and its members. The band famously cancelled their
Nashville rockers Kings of Leon are set to return to Aussie shores for one exclusive show on Sydney Harbour. The band are heading Down Under to promote their latest full length album, Mechanical Bull, which is slated for release on Friday, 20th September. The brothers Followill — Caleb, Nathan and Jared — and their cousin
Kings of Leon have enlisted three cast members from TV show It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia to star in a promotional video for their upcoming album Mechanical Bull, which is set to drop on the 24th September. Danny DeVito, Charlie Day, and Glenn Howerton all star, playing themselves. Day sets out to direct the video
Kings Of Leon have hooked fans up something vicious today with the release of not just the official visuals to compliment previous single Super Soaker, but also a previously unheard track from their upcoming album Mechanical Bull titled Wait For Me. By the sounds of things, Wait For Me is to Mechanical Bull what Use
It’s been only a matter of hours since Kings Of Leon released their thoroughly underwhelming new single Supersoaker, but it’s already managed to piss off Wavves main man Nathan Williams. The chillwaver has lost his chill on Twitter, accusing KOL of ripping his band off. William’s pointed out just how bizarre the selection of track
Having unveiled the track during a recent performance, Kings Of Leon have now released the official studio version of their latest single Supersoaker, as the September release date for the new album Mechanical Bull edges closer. Powered by a powerful backbeat and led by a gentle guitar melody with the grunts of vocalist Caleb Followill,
It was already a totally massive lineup, but now iTunes Festival 2013 has become even more totally massive with the addition of a handful of new talent, including Vampire Weekend, Kings Of Leon and Paramore. Also joining the ranks of the top tier artists set to perform will be Sigur Ros, Rizzle Kicks, and the
Fans who were put out of joint after Kings Of Leon’s headlining spot at the Governor’s Ball was postponed on account of the weather had their patience rewarded the following evening when the band unleashed a brand-new track, Super Soaker, the lead single from their recently announced forthcoming album Mechanical Bull. Not to be confused
It was their first live performance in 6 months, so it was obvious Kings Of Leon were going to make the most of their set at the inaugural Bottle Rock Music & Arts Festival in California. During the 90-minute show, the band took the time to debut a previously unheard token from their new material
Kings Of Leon are set to release their highly-anticipated follow-up to 2011’s Come Around Sundown in September, with an exact date TBC. Bass player Jared Followill has told NME the currently-untitled record is on track for a September release, with recording all but done and sequencing currently taking place. He reckons it’s going to be
Kings Of Leon have a reputation for enjoying a drink or two – and now, it’s interfering with their work. As NME reports, bassist Jared Followill did a few tweets overnight, revealing that he’s a big fan of wine and that he was “too drunk” to finish sequencing for the band’s upcoming album in the
News has surfaced that Kings Of Leon are closing in on completing what would be the Nashville, Tennessee quartet’s sixth studio album.
The Kings of Leon appear to be set to start work on their new album after a recent interview with bass player Jared Followill revealed that the group are finally ready to follow up their 2010 album Come Around Sundown, and put all their personal problems behind them. NME reports that Followill shared the details
The Kings Of Leon look to be getting ready to start the process of writing their next album after a recent interview with drummer Nathan Followill revealed that the group had reconciled their problems from last year and will “probably start kicking around” some new ideas. “We’re going to spend the next few months getting
Kings Of Leon have announced a Gold Coast show on their Australian tour this November. Gold Coast fans can join in the action with Kings Of Leon playing at Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre on Wednesday 9 November, 2011. After a recent break from shows, singer Jared Followill is ready to play shows again,
Kings of Leon have reassured fans that they will not be breaking up after cancelling shows recently, and claiming that there’s an internal sickness in the band. The band pulled out of all scheduled US tour dates after frontman Caleb Followill brought an early end to the band’s show in Texas on the weekend, complaining
Kings of Leon ended their show early on Friday night after frontman Calleb Followill left the stage to vomit and never came back.
US rockers Kings Of Leon may have had to postpone their Australian tour, but there’s no doubt we’re in the band’s thoughts, with confirmation of a third and final Melbourne show, plus the awesome news that they’ll be bringing out their friends Band Of Horses with them for the whole Australian tour!
Indie rock band Kings of Leon have unveiled the trailer for their new documentary Talihina Sky: The Story Of Kings Of Leon. The documentary follows the history of the band through their career, and will premiere as a work-in-progress screening at the end of the month at the NYC Tribeca Film Festival. The director, Stephen