Thursday, 25 November 2010
It has been revealed that Irish rock stars U2 is working on new album. Band is currently touring New Zealand. They have their two shows on Thursday and Friday.
Paul McGuinness,band's manager confirms that they had a deadline looming and they will try to wrap up the work while they are here and release the album as soon as possible.
''We are trying very hard to use this time in New Zealand and Australia to finish an album that will be released [in autumn],'' he said.
McGuinness said while the band were not actually recording in New Zealand, they were working hard on the finishing touches.
''It's not so much recording as editing and polishing up lyrics and trying to getting it done by the date it needs to be delivered to the record company for release in May.
''It's sounding great: lots of hits.''g on finishing it while they are here.
Sunday, 14 November 2010
U2 have confirmed a date at Baltimore, Maryland's M&T Bank Stadium as part of next year's North American leg of the band's 360° Tour.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie said, "I am very excited about U2's decision to play in Baltimore as part of their 360 World Tour"
as reported by local television,"I can't wait to welcome the biggest rock band in the world to the home of America's greatest football team," added the mayor. "It will be a 'Beautiful Day' for Baltimore."
Next summer's stop will mark U2's second Baltimore stop in two years. They last played nearby FedEx Field in September 2009.
Friday, 5 November 2010
U2 rock bands promising not to disappoint there fans this time, U2 Rock Band has never disappoint there fan clubs and every time they came out they have been amazing all the times
Bono confirmed that he is very thankful to a key collaborator Danger Mouse, he said that Bono says they've already laid down 12 tracks and considering how "easily" the music is coming together, fans might not have to wait so long for the disc.
He also surprised his fans by revealing that there is the dance CD, which we're especially looking forward to hearing. This disc will run as an additional album to the aforementioned and will include collaborations with Will I Am, Guetta and RedOne. Bono explains:
"U2's remixes in the 90's were a real treasure, so we wanted to make a club sounding record."
We're ready for it! Give us the goods! We'll let you know if they stand up to the remixes!
Are U excited for their dance album too?