Jane’s Addiction are gearing up to release their new album The Great Escape Artist. The band have released behind the scenes footage of their photo shoot, which involved them visiting Houdini’s old Southern California estate. In the video, Perry Ferrell describes his vision was to capture a bit of “Houdini vibe” and to “mix it
Jane’s Addiction have revealed they will tour Australia in 2012. The band have just made a short visit to Australia for Splendour 2011 and while they were here they spoke with Triple M saying that they will be coming back in 2012 for a proper Australian tour. Their new album The Great Escape Artist is
Jane’s Addiction have finally nailed down a date for the release of their much-anticipated new album, The Great Escape Artist. The record hits US stores on September 27 through Capitol Records.
Veteran rockers Jane’s Addiction are to be recognised by the ‘establishment’ with their induction into Hollywood’s Rock Walk.
Janes Addiction have played several new songs while playing a private show at the Google I/O developer conference yesterday. The show was broadcast live on the web via YouTube Live. If you missed it you can still watch the full set below. It contains hits from their entire catalogue as well as some new songs
Update: Watch the entire Janes Addiction set at Google I/O Jane’s Addiction will do a live webcast of their private show at the Google I/O conference after party. The show will also feature San Francisco DJs Mark Farina and Miguel Migs, with music visuals by Sexyvisuals. The band will be playing classics as well as
Jane’s Addiction has released some in-the-studio footage from the recording of their new single End To The Lies. The video is a sneak peak teaser for their upcoming album The Great Escape Artist, which is due for release in August. Listen to the new single End To The Lies. They’ll be returning to Australia on
Jane’s Addiction have released the first song from their new album featuring TV On The Radio man Dave Sitek on bass.
That’s right Dave Sitek, TV On The Radio guitarist and producer, as well as the man at the desk behind the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Foals has just been announced as the new bassist for Jane’s Addiction. Weird I know. Sitek, who will be writing and playing on the new Jane’s album, is more than
In an interview with PopStop TV, Jane’s Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro has stated that the band are working on a new album and hoping for a release date in early 2011. “Jane’s is doing good,” Navarro told PopStop TV. “We’re actually writing quite a bit and getting ready to go into the studio in December.
Bassist Eric Avery has announced via his twitter page that he will once again be leaving Jane’s Addiction.
Jane’s Addiction have always stood out as an incomparable force, blending elements of art rock, punk, metal, funk and glamour into an ambitious musical juxtaposition of sublime beauty and utter decadence.
With early bird tickets selling out in frenetic pace the excitement is palpable for the general public on sale for Soundwave 2010.
With the epic lineups the burgeoning Soundwave festival has managed to pull for the last two years
Music Feeds broke this story early yesterday afternoon, and now the Splendour crew have issued an official statement:
In possibly the most disappointing news for Aussie JA fans to date,
Twenty-one years since they provoked with Nothing’s Shocking.