4-1-1 Music News Minute w/Todd Michaels – Week of June 12th

Queens of the Stone Age have a new album coming out; so far, that’s all anyone has been able to get them to admit. But the curtains are finally lifting: The band debuted a new website this week, featuring a graphic of a vintage-y television set with eight staticky channels. Ten phrases appear throughout the TV set which could be song titles. Check out the new Queens of the Stone Age teaser site for yourself here

Washed Out, the dream-pop moniker of Ernest Greene, has announced his new album Mister Mellow which is out June 30. Washed Out’s summer tour kicks off on July 8th – Norfolk, VA and goes thru August 12th – Dallas, TX @ Gorilla vs Bear Festival.

LCD Soundsystem have announced the impending vinyl reissue of several of their records. Their self-titled debut, 45:33, This Is Happening, and the live in-studio project London Sessions are coming back via Rhino. The first three are due June 23, while London Sessions comes a week later on June 30.

Jane’s Addiction are celebrating the 25th anniversary of their monumental album Ritual De Lo Habitual with yet another impressive project. On Ritual De Lo Habitual Alive At 25, the band is sharing a live concert experience of the entire album with the core lineup of Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Chris Chaney, and the addition of 20 cameras. The massive multimedia package is set for release on August 4.

The Killers will release its first album since 2012 just 10 days before the AFL’s showcase event on September 30th and have been on the league’s wishlist for some time. The Killers are also set to release their new single ‘The Man’ this coming weekend. Stay tuned…

A Day To Remember have announced a fall headlining tour alongside Moose Blood and Wage War. The tour will be kicking off at the end of July, with dates running through October. Tickets are now on sale.