Biohazard’s Classic Lineup Working On New Music & Documentary

Biohazard’s classic lineup, Billy Graziadei, Bobby Hambel, Danny Schuler, and Evan Seinfeld, have confirmed that they are working on new music. On top of that, the band are also planning to release a documentary focusing on their career.

The group commented on their return:

Billy Graziadei:

“Over the years, we made some great music together and had so many incredible shows on some pretty amazing tours. After spending so much time and focus on Powerflo and my solo project BillyBio, things just fell in place at the right time and I decided it was the time to recapture that energy and go kick ass again with the original lineup of Biohazard with Danny, Bobby, and Evan!”

Bobby Hambel:

“I’m honored to perform with the band again. I can’t wait to get onstage with the guys and do what we do! I’m looking forward to traveling and playing live – see you out there!”

Danny Schuler:

“Life is short, things happen, and before you know it, it’s too late – that’s why I’m extremely grateful that we are getting the chance to do this again, forgiving the past and focusing on the future. I’ve missed the band and the great times we’ve had, and I’m looking forward to the shows, the travel, and seeing our friends all over the world again… This is gonna be awesome, let’s go!”

Evan Seinfeld:

“It’s been ten years since we all played together, and I’m in a huge place of gratitude for the opportunity to get back to the roots of Biohazard and not only reconnect with the other guys, but also the fans. We’ve been through decades of madness, and it feels like the fantastic four are back together.”

Tour Dates:

08/04 Czaplinek, POL – Pol’and’Rock Festival
08/10 Jaromer, CZE – Brutal Assault
08/13 Catton Park, UK – Bloodstock
08/19 Eindhoven, NET – Dynamo Metalfest

Incubus Hoping To Release New Music In Early 2023

During a recent interview with SPIN, Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd revealed that the band are working on new music. He says “if all goes according to plan, there’ll be some new music coming from [the group] before [they] hit the road again in January.” He also added:

“There’s no shortage of things to write about, so I’m kind of chomping at the bit, if I’m being honest. I’m almost at the point where I’m text begging, like, ‘Please! Meet me in the band room!’”

The Lurking Fear (At The Gates, Etc.) Working On New Music

The Lurking Fear (At The Gates, Tormented, etc.) have revealed that they are working on new music. However, it is unclear when the new material will surface.

The band commented:

“A short message:

From the immense vaults of the horrific and haunting whispers of the dead, The Lurking fear rises. We are not dead, we are only deader…

The progress of re-incarnating the psalms written by the gods of old incorporated with the sound of bones gnawed by the serpents of the underworld is taking place.

New tunes of horror, sickness and mental illness will be written in the blood of the feeble minded. Hymns of the past will rise from the desert plains of the of the usurpers darkest place.

The Lurking Fear – 2022

Andreas, Adrian, Tomas & Fredrik“

Kittie’s Morgan Lander: “I Think New Music In 2024 Would Be Really Cool”

During a recent appearance on “The MetalSucks Podcast,” Kittie’s Morgan Lander discussed the possibility of new music from the band. The guitarist/vocalist says she would like to release new music in 2024.

Lander said the following:

“I have a whole phone full of riffs that I’m, like, ‘I think I could probably use these.’ And preparing for these shows has obviously opened up that door a little more and sort of motivated me to do that stuff — be more creative and write. But I don’t have a deadline.

I feel like it’s tough to focus on getting back up to speed with the tour and then also write at the same time. Everybody’s navigating their jobs and family stuff and all that, so that’s always tough. So I feel like it’s kind of like one focus at a time. But we definitely won’t stop playing shows. I think we’ll be really choosy about doing some festivals and things like that. But I do have maybe kind of a skeleton timeline I’d like to have some of these ideas put forth by. I think new music in 2024 would be really cool.”

She also added:

“I know I’ve said this a few times, and maybe if I continue to put it out into the ether it’ll actually happen, but the idea of maybe re-recording the first album for, like, the 25th anniversary — something like that — T-Swifting it up, it’s kind of a really interesting idea. And I think with the musicianship now and how we all kind of sound and jell, I think it could be a really interesting exercise. That’s something I thought about as well.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Eric Avery Confirms He Is Working On New Music With Jane’s Addiction

It was previously revealed that Eric Avery had returned to Jane’s Addiction and now it looks like he is already working on new music with the group. The bassist said the following about that:

“Today marks the end of our current sessions. Four promising new song ideas. Big thanks to you all for all the kind words of support. It leaves me feeling inspired. Honestly. It produces the best kind of pressure, your passion leaves me determined to do all I can for Jane’s Addiction. #davenavarro #perryfarrell #stephenperkins #janesaddiction”

Attila Working On New Music

Attila have been in the studio working on new music. Chris Fronzak tweeted the following about that:

[via The PRP]

Impending Doom Working On New Music

Impending Doom have revealed that they are working on some new material. The band confirmed the news in the below social media post, which said the following in part:

“We are currently working on new music with the hopes of getting it out sooner rather than later.”