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Pink Floyd will be releasing a new album in October, entitled "The Endless River". Although there is no official announcement, the news was revealed by David Gilmour's wife, Polly Samson, on Twitter. Samson added that the album is based on 1994 sessions with Pink Floyd's Richard Wright.

 

Living Colour is currently in the studio putting the finishing touches on its sixth studio album,"Shade". The disc is expected to be released in the fall.

 

Otherwise will release their highly anticipated sophomore album, "Peace At All Costs", this summer. "Darker Side Of The Moon", the disc's first single, is expected to be available on July 8.

 

Shaman's Harvest have signed with Mascot Label Group and the Missouri rockers will release their new album, "Smokin' Hearts & Broken Guns", on September 16.

 

The Gaslight Anthem have a new album ready to go. "Get Hurt" will be released on August 19 by Island Records and will be available in multi-formats: CD, vinyl and digital.

 

Billy Idol fans will have two things to celebrate in Rocktober as Idol has announced that he will be releasing his first new studio album in almost a decade in October along with his previously announced autobiography.

 

Casey Kasem, legendary host of the American Top 40 radio program that counted down the hits for American audiences every week, has died. He was 82.

 

Anberlin's final studio album, "Lowborn", is being pushed back a month from June 23 to July 22.

 

Interpol's first album in four years is on its way. The veteran New York alt-Rock group's fifth studio effort, "El Pintor", will be out on September 9, via Matador Records.

 

Thousand Foot Krutch have set August 26, as the release date for upcoming album "Oxygen:Inhale".

 

Dave Grohl have revealed some details for the forthcoming Foo Fighters album, which is due to be released this fall. The record will include collaborations with Gary Clark Jr., Zac Brown, Rick Neilsen of Cheap Trick, Kiss' Paul Stanley, Heart's Nancy Wilson and The Eagles' Joe Walsh.

 

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