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Friday
Nov162018

Rihanna, Drake, Janelle Monae, Tyrese, and more stars mourn the late Kim Porter

Paul Archuleta/Getty ImagesRihanna, Drake, Janelle Monae, and Tyrese are among the many stars mourning the late Kim Porterwho passed away Thursday.

The 47-year-old model and actress was found dead at her home in Toluca Lake, California. Cause of death has not yet been determined

Porter is the mother of three of Diddy’s children, and also has a son from her former marriage to Al B. Sure!

Rihanna posted a photo of Porter, Diddy and their children and commented, "This is heavy. heartbroken about this. we lost a real one today, beautiful inside and out. so many will be affected by this, some won’t even know why...but the whole world was graced by the vibrance in your spirit."

Monae thanked Porter for discovering her and bringing her to the attention of Diddy who signed her to Bad Boy Records. 

“Kim meant so much to so many , but to me and @Wondaland she was the woman who single handedly changed our lives," Monae commented. "YOU WERE A CONNECTOR. You were a champion of women in the industry . YOU WERE A BOSS moving through this life with so much style and grace." 

Here are reactions from other stars:

Drake: “Sending peace and prayers to my brothers and to the big homie Puff. Love ya’ll and I am so sorry.”

Tyrese: “Kim Porter literally the sweetest and nicest person you could of ever known...... I’m hurting for family, her children, I’m hurting for our brother Sean.”

Tiny Harris: "I am super sad to hear about the loss of @ladykp she was a very sweet, amazing woman & mother." 

Teyana Taylor: “I’m truly heart broken RIP Beautiful Queen.” 

Kandi Burruss: “Rest in peace I’m praying for your family right now. My heart goes out to @diddy & your beautiful children." 

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Friday
Nov162018

Kenny Chesney adds dates to Songs for the Saints 2019 tour 

Allister AnnKenny Chesney has extended his Songs for the Saints 2019 Tour. The intimate trek will see the singer performing on smaller stages to bring the songs from his latest album to life.

“We have played the stadium in Louisville several times, but in really looking at this notion, I wanted to give them something more intimate,” Kenny says in a statement.

“This tour is going to really feel like a club show – and put the music front and center. It’s why we’re going to Oklahoma City, Albany, Lincoln and Jacksonville next year. [We'll] go to No Shoes Nation, and bring them the songs where they live.”

He continues: “We know how to do stadiums, and we love the rush of those shows, but you never want to get to where you take it for granted, or you’re so used to it, it’s just what you do. There’s a real intimacy even in arenas that you don’t have in a stadium, and it’s something we’ve not had for a while."

Kenny adds, "To me, it’s a whole other canvas for us – and I’m psyched about it.”

Here’s the initial itinerary for Kenny Chesney's 2019 Tour:

4/4 -- Louisville, KY, KFC Yum!Center
4/5 -- Champaign, IL, State Farm Center
4/6 -- Grand Rapids, MI, Van Andel Arena
4/12 -- Greensboro, NC, Greensboro Coliseum
4/13 -- Jacksonville, FL, Daily’s Place
4/18 -- Washington, DC, The Anthem
4/25 -- Charleston, SC, Volvo Car Stadium
4/26 -- Tallahassee, FL, Donald L Tucker Civic Center
4/27 -- Orange Beach, AL, The Wharf
5/2 -- Columbia, MO, Mizzou Arena
5/3 -- Wichita, KS, INTRUST Bank Arena
5/4 -- Oklahoma City, OK, Chesapeake Energy Arena 
5/9 -- Albany, NY, Times Union Arena
5/10 -- Wilkes-Barre, PA, Mohegan Sun Arena
5/11 -- Atlantic City, NJ, Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena
5/17 -- Sioux Falls, SD, Denny Sanford Premier Center
5/18 -- Lincoln, NE, Pinnacle Bank Arena
5/25 -- Tuscaloosa, AL, Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

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Friday
Nov162018

Watch emotional video for posthumous Chris Cornell song "When Bad Does Good"

ABC/Randy HolmesThe video for the posthumous Chris Cornell solo single "When Bad Does Good" is out now.

The clip, streaming now on YouTube, stars the late Soundgarden frontman's 12-year-old son Christopher as he bikes around Seattle, delivering copies of The Seattle Times.

As he pedals through his father's hometown, the grunge icon's lyrics from throughout his career pop up across various Seattle landmarks. As you can imagine, it's all pretty emotional.

"When Bad Does Good" is featured on the new Chris Cornell box set, which includes various Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple of the Dog songs, as well as solo tracks. The collection is out today.

A tribute concert to Cornell will take place at the Forum in Los Angeles on January 16. It will feature performances from Foo Fighters and Metallica, as well as members from Cornell's bands.

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Friday
Nov162018

By refusing to confirm the rumor, Adam Levine basically confirms the rumor that Maroon 5 is playing the Super Bowl 

Travis SchneiderWhile most people assume that Maroon 5 is performing at the Super Bowl next year, it hasn't been officially confirmed. On The Ellen DeGeneres Show Friday, Ellen tried to get her pal Adam Levine to admit that he and the band have the gig -- and by refusing to confirm it, Adam pretty much did confirm it.

"It's a rumor. I can neither confirm nor deny the truth of this rumor. It's definitely a rumor and the rumor is a rumor that everyone seems to be discussing," Adam told Ellen after she asked him about it.

"It's a great event and there's gonna be a band performing, or an artist of some kind of performing at half-time," Adam said, as the audience laughed. "Regardless of who it is."

When asked how he thinks whoever is playing the Super Bowl must feel about the gig, Adam got a huge laugh when he said, "Whoever is lucky enough to get that gig probably is gonna crush it." 

"Whoever does it is probably equal parts nervous and excited," he added, but noted, "This is all speculative because I don't know who I'm talking about!"

"If it were me, I'd be nervous, it's like a billion gajillion people," he continued. "So if I were doing it -- which I can't confirm or deny I am -- I would be excited...I just can't wait to watch."

Despite the unconfirmed nature of the rumor, there's currently a petition calling for Maroon 5 to withdraw from the Super Bowl in solidarity with those athletes who've taken a knee rather than standing for the national anthem.  More than 43,000 people have signed it.

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Friday
Nov162018

Karen O and Danger Mouse team up for new song, "Lux Prima"; collaborative album forthcoming

Credit: Eliot Lee HazelYeah Yeah Yeahs vocalist Karen O has joined forces with producer extraordinaire and Broken Bells member Danger Mouse for a new song called "Lux Prima."

"After making music for the past twenty years and embarking on making this record with Danger Mouse, I knew a couple things: one was that the spirit of collaboration between us was going to be a pure one, and two was that the more I live, the less is clear to me," O says in a statement.

"When you create from a blurry place, you can go places further than you've ever been. I think we both were excited to go far out."

The duo also plan to release a joint album, the details of which are forthcoming. 

"Lux Prima" will be released as a limited edition 12-inch white vinyl single on December 14 in independent record stores.

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Friday
Nov162018

Police reportedly treating death of All That Remains guitarist Oli Herbert as "suspicious"

Credit: Dave JacksonPolice are treating the death of All That Remains guitarist Oli Herbert is as "suspicious," according to Connecticut's Hartford Courant.

Herbert died last month after drowning in a pond close to his home in Stafford Springs, Connecticut at age 44. However, according to the Courant, the manner of death -- normally listed as either a homicide, suicide or accident -- was left "undetermined" by the state medical examiner's office, and the Eastern District Major Crime Squad is investigating the case.

In a Facebook post over the weekend, Herbert's wife Beth announced that the guitarist died by drowning, and that he was "self-treating for manic-depression" with anti-depressants and a sleep aid, which were found in his system. That post has since been deleted.

Herbert played on all of All That Remains' albums since the band formed in 1998, including their most recent album, Victim of the New Disease, which was released just last week.

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Friday
Nov162018

Country star trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockThis artist holds the record for the most CMA Entertainer of the Year wins, with six. Can you name him? ANSWER: Garth Brooks.

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Friday
Nov162018

Sit down at "Martina's Table" on Sunday, just in time to learn her Thanksgiving secrets

Food NetworkSunday on Food Network, Martina McBride's new cooking show, Martina's Table, premieres at 12 p.m. ET.

"It's a Thanksgiving episode, so I make a turkey," the four-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year explains.

"I'm not gonna tell you my turkey secret," she teases. "You have to tune in to see it. You know, [my husband] John and the girls are in the episode. We all have Thanksgiving dinner."

Martina's older daughters, Delaney and Emma, now live in Los Angeles, but they came back home to Nashville to be on their mom's show.

"You know, every episode has a storyline," Martina continues. "So this storyline is everybody's home for Thanksgiving, the girls are back from California. It's good to have everybody under one roof again, and I'm making Thanksgiving dinner, so, and then we all sit down and eat at the end."

"And the girls help me in the kitchen," she adds. "Delaney helps me make gravy, John comes and tastes the turkey and then goes back and watches football. And, you know, it's very true to life," she laughs.

In addition to her new cooking show, Martina also has a new cookbook, titled Martina's Kitchen Mix: My Recipe Playlist for Real Life, as well as a new Christmas album, called It's the Holiday Season.

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Friday
Nov162018

How Metallica's "...And Justice for All" tour influenced the direction of "The Black Album"

ABC/Randy HolmesEarlier this month, Metallica released a deluxe reissue of their 1988 opus ...And Justice for All. In an interview with Rolling Stone, drummer Lars Urlich reflects on the band's Damaged Justice tour in support of the album, and how it impacted the direction of their next effort, the mega-successful Black Album.

Damaged Justice was, at the time, Metallica's biggest headlining tour, from the venue size to production. It also came at a time when the metal legends were at their most progressive -- ...And Justice for All was filled with different musical moments and changing time signatures. Playing those songs live, Ulrich says, made Metallica rethink the band's direction.

"That's when we started having a few conversations that maybe we had taken the progressive side of Metallica as far as it could go and we were all yearning for stuff that was little bit simpler and maybe a little more physical," Ulrich remembers. "A lot of that stuff was very heady and cerebral, like, 'Here I am onstage and I'm just constantly thinking about the next part.'"

Lars continues, "I remember that some of the earlier songs worked a little...better as the places got bigger in terms of the physicality of it. So a few months later, when we started writing again, that's when 'Enter Sandman,' 'Sad but True' and 'Wherever I May Roam' was born. It was a new direction."

Those songs would go on to form the foundation of The Black Album, which remains Metallica's most successful release.

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Friday
Nov162018

Diana Ross, Tony Bennett & more to sing on NBC's 2018 Christmas in Rockefeller Center special

NBC UniversalNBC's annual Christmas in Rockefeller Center holiday special will be the usual star-studded affair this year.

Diana Ross and Tony Bennett are among the many artists who will perform on the show, which airs Wednesday, November 28, at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The lineup also includes pop/R&B star John Legend, a cappella group Pentatonix and country artists Martina McBride, Brett Eldredge and Kellie Pickler. More acts will be announced soon.

Howie Mandel will also make a special appearance on the two-hour special, which will be co-hosted by NBC's Today show anchors and feature the lighting of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, a 72-foot-tall Norway Spruce from Wallkill, New York. 

The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree was first erected in 1931, but NBC televised it for the first time in 1951. This 86th annual tree lighting will feature more than 50,000 multi-colored lights, and a 900-pound 3-D star covered in three million Swarovski crystals.

In other NBC holiday special news, Entertainment Tonight reports that Stevie Wonder will be among the guests featured on John Legend's A Legendary Christmas with John and Chrissy -- which airs November 28 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, right after the tree-lighting special. Legend's special will repeat on December 12 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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Friday
Nov162018

Today is the greatest: Smashing Pumpkins reunion album "Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1" is out now 

Credit: Linda StrawberryThe new Smashing Pumpkins album Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1/LP: No Past. No Future. No Sun., the band's first to feature original members Billy Corgan, James Iha and Jimmy Chamberlin in 18 years, is out today.

After nearly two decades of Corgan being the sole founding Pumpkin still in the group, Iha and Chamberlin announced earlier this year that they'd be returning for an extensive North American tour. Original bassist D'arcy Wretzky was not involved in the reunion.

Once they were back together, the trio also started working on new music. What started out as a plan for just one song became something more when they ended up writing enough material for a whole album, which became Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1.

The first preview of the album came in the form of "Solara," which boasted a heavy riff of chunky, distorted guitars. That was then followed by the "1979"-esque "Silvery Sometimes (Ghosts)" and the string-and-choir-laden "Knights of Malta."

Speaking to Billboard, Corgan says he wanted the reunion to be a "positive experience" for Iha and Chamberlin. Personal conflicts were a driving force in breaking up the Pumpkins, and prior to getting back together, he hadn't spoken to Iha in almost 17 years.

"I don't look at it like, 'As long as it's positive for me, who cares?'" Corgan says. "I was like, 'I really want this to be a positive for everybody involved.' I don't want to go through any more weird negativity."

The Pumpkins will play a series of special 30th anniversary shows beginning November 28 in Madison, Wisconsin.

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Friday
Nov162018

Listen to new Gerard Way single, "Getting Down the Germs"

Reprise RecordsGerard Way has more music for you.

The former My Chemical Romance leader has dropped a new solo song called "Getting Down the Germs." The slow-burning track, which also features a fair amount of flute, is available now for digital download.

"I had really been wanting a song that featured the flute prominently for quite some time," Way says in a statement. "It sits in there perfectly, like it was made to pay the song a visit."

"The whole song reminds me of wiggling squiggling wormy germs," he adds. "It's a very calm affair that shows a peek into where I may be heading musically. I hope you enjoy it. It was fun to make."

"Getting Down the Germs" follows Way's Halloween song "Baby You're a Haunted House," which was released in October.

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Friday
Nov162018

Papa Roach announces new album, "Who Do You Trust?"; listen to song "Not the Only One" now

Credit: Darren CraigPapa Roach has announced the details of the band's next album. The 10th studio effort from the "Last Resort" rockers is called Who Do You Trust?, and will arrive on January 18.

"Our goal for our 10th album was to push ourselves even further into genres that inspire us most," says bassist Tobin Esperance in a statement. "We have reached the place where we always wanted to be, creating new and exciting music."

Who Do You Trust? features the previously released title track, plus "Renegade Music" and a new song called "Not the Only One," which is available now for digital download.

To celebrate the release of Who Do You Trust?, the Roach will be playing a five-show run in their home state of California, beginning January 18 in Sacramento. They'll launch a tour with Shinedown and Asking Alexandria in February.

Here's the Who Do You Trust? track list:

"The Ending"
"Renegade Music"
"Not the Only One"
"Who Do You Trust?"
"Elevate"
"Come Around"
"Feel Like Home"
"Problems"
"Top of the World"
"I Suffer Well"
"Maniac"
"Better than Life"

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Friday
Nov162018

You'll "Love" watching Michael Bublé get his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today

Evaan KherajToday, Michael Bublé is probably "Feeling Good": He's receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and you can watch the ceremony live online.

Michael will receive the 2,650th star on the Walk of the Fame, and it'll be located at 6270 Hollywood Boulevard, in front of the W Hollywood Hotel. The ceremony begins at 11:30 a.m. PST/2:30 p.m. EST, and you can watch it at WalkofFame.com.

On hand to salute Michael at the ceremony will be the C.O.O. of his record company, as well as his producer David Foster, and Elvis Presley's widow, Priscilla Presley

Why Priscilla? Well, three years ago, Michael released a "duet" with Elvis, which combined their vocals for a version of the 1956 standard "Fever." At the time, Michael called the duet "the highlight of my career," and Priscilla told Entertainment Online, “My God, Elvis would have loved his voice and his material."

Friday is a big day for Michael: In addition to getting a star, he's also releasing his new album Love. It marks his return to music following a self-imposed hiatus to care for his son Noah, who was diagnosed with liver cancer in 2016.

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Friday
Nov162018

Bebe Rexha meets her culinary idol, gets invite for at-home cooking lesson

ABC/Image Group LABebe Rexha's spent all year hanging out with superstar country duo Florida Georgia Line as they performed their smash hit "Meant to Be" at concerts and on various TV shows.  But on Wednesday night's Country Music Association Awards, Bebe was starstruck when she met a completely different country artist -- who also happens to be her culinary idol.

The star in question: Trisha Yearwood, the award-winning country singer who's also created her own cooking empire, featuring her own products, cookbooks and a TV showSpeaking to People TV on the CMA red carpet, Bebe said she was "freaking out" because she'd met Trisha.

"She's a strong woman, and I really look up to her," gushed Bebe. "And I've always wanted a cooking show. I'm not the best cook, but I feel like the way she transitioned from music to cooking...she's amazing!  And I wanna try her food so bad!"

Then, when Trisha happened to walk by again, Bebe called her over and begged her to teach her how to make "really good fried chicken."

"You're such an inspiration to me as a woman," she fangirled.

"O.K., you just need to come over to my house. We'll make chicken together, it'll be really easy," Trisha replied.  "And I'm not just kidding -- we totally will do it."

"You don't understand!  I'm freaking out!" Bebe squealed.  "This is the highlight!"

Presumably, an invite to Trisha's house makes up for the fact that "Meant to Be" failed to take home the CMA Award for Single of the Year.  And when Bebe and Trisha do get together to cook, maybe Trisha's husband, Garth Brooks, will be around to sample their work.

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Friday
Nov162018

Pharrell on Kanye West’s controversial opinions: "We have to love our brother, regardless." 

Lars Niki/Corbis via Getty Images Pharrell Williams and Kanye West have collaborated on numerous songs, and as Kanye faces a backlash for his controversial opinions, Pharrell is not abandoning his long-time friend.

“We have to love our brother, regardless. We might not agree with him, but we can't stand by and watch anything happen to him, because he's our brother,” the 11-time Grammy winner tells Complex.com.

“We don't want to abandon him because we fundamentally disagree,” he continues. “We care about his well-being. We care about the spirit that is him."

Kanye is often under fire because he supports President Trump.  But while Pharrell doesn't share Ye's political views, he says it's important to respect the man he considers family.

“I'm not siding with him at all, [but] at the end of the day, you gotta understand that, even when there is division, we're still one," Pharrell explains.

Pharrell believes that just like the black community always stood by the late, great Muhammad Ali, it should also respect Kanye, and not treat him like an enemy.

“We wouldn't have let that happen to [Ali], even if he wouldn't have decided to go the other way. We would have stuck by him," Pharrell insists. "You know what I'm saying? That's our brother."

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Friday
Nov162018

Dylan Scott headlines Bayou Stock, as he invites fans to check out his "Nothing to Do Town"

Curb RecordsThanksgiving isn't until next week, but Dylan Scott is already thinking about Christmas.

The "My Girl" hitmaker heads back home to Louisiana to put on a charity concert Saturday to make the yuletide a little brighter for some local kids.

"Bayou Stock! Yes!" Dylan explains. "So my first year is this year. It's a concert I'm putting on November the 17th, in the town in between the town that I grew up and the bigger city. It's called Sterlington, Louisiana."

"So it's basically, it's a charity event," he continues. "We're gonna give back to kids who need any Christmas, and their families are a little less fortunate."

Bayou Stock was inspired by the Swampstock benefit fellow Louisianian Tim McGraw began hosting in 1994.

"Hopefully we'll get together and raise a bunch of money for these kids," Dylan says of his event. "And I'm bringing Morgan Evans and Mark Chesnutt, and a local girl who just got signed to Broken Bow Records, Lainey Wilson. So it's gonna be a really big deal."  

Dylan's new single, "Nothing to Do Town," is also set to come out on Friday.

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Friday
Nov162018

Nashville notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockBrandon Lay has been named one of Vevo's DSCVR Artists to Watch campaign. The eclectic list includes 19 other artists, from many different musical genres, who the video platform believes will break through in 2019.

Voting for the Country Radio Seminar's 2019 New Faces of Country Music Show is officially open. Full-time country radio station employees are eligible to vote now through November 23 for the 13 nominees, which include Lindsay EllJimmie AllenJordan DavisRussell DickersonMorgan EvansRiley GreenWalker HayesLancoChris LaneDylan ScottMitchell TenpennyMorgan Wallen and Aaron Watson.

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Friday
Nov162018

How Steve McQueen convinced Sade to record new music for his film "Widows": “She trusted me

Gary Miller/FilmMagicSade has recorded a new song called "The Big Unknown" for Steve McQueen’s new movie, Widows, and the director was thrilled to work with the iconic singer.

“I think it was a case of her trusting me,” McQueen tells ABC Radio. “I don’t think she makes any kind of decision lightly.”

Widows stars Viola Davis as Veronica, a fierce widow whose husband, along with his accomplices, are killed during an attempted robbery. Her character then recruits the accomplices' widows to pull off a heist her late husband was planning. "The Big Unknown" was specifically written for the film's final scene. 

McQueen says the song captures Veronica's loss and then, ultimately, her survival. 

“Every lyric..It’s like a fine razor-blade cut,” the Oscar-winner says. “At the same time, it heals at the end of the song.”   

McQueen says "The Big Unknown" expresses how Davis' character soldiered on following the death of her husband.

"I mean, there’s a lyric in that song which is so beautiful: ‘I had to go back to save me from the wreck/I know it’s not over yet.'"

Although there's no formal confirmation, Sade's reportedly working on music for an upcoming album.  "The Big Unknown" is her second movie song of the year, following “Flower in the Universe,” which she recorded for director Ava DuVernay’s fantasy film, A Wrinkle in Time.  That tune was her first new music in eight years.

Widows, which also stars Michelle RodriguezDaniel Kaluuya and Brian Tyree Henry, opens today in theaters nationwide.

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Friday
Nov162018

Today is the greatest: Smashing Pumpkins reunion album "Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1" is out now 

Credit: Linda StrawberryThe new Smashing Pumpkins album Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1/LP: No Past. No Future. No Sun., the band's first to feature original members Billy Corgan, James Iha and Jimmy Chamberlin in 18 years, is out today.

After nearly two decades of Corgan being the sole founding Pumpkin still in the group, Iha and Chamberlin announced earlier this year that they'd be returning for an extensive North American tour. Original bassist D'arcy Wretzky was not involved in the reunion.

Once they were back together, the trio also started working on new music. What started out as a plan for just one song became something more when they ended up writing enough material for a whole album, which became Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1.

The first preview of the album came in the form of "Solara," which boasted a heavy riff of chunky, distorted guitars. That was then followed by the "1979"-esque "Silvery Sometimes (Ghosts)" and the string-and-choir-laden "Knights of Malta."

Speaking to Billboard, Corgan says he wanted the reunion to be a "positive experience" for Iha and Chamberlin. Personal conflicts were a driving force in breaking up the Pumpkins, and prior to getting back together, he hadn't spoken to Iha in almost 17 years.

"I don't look at it like, 'As long as it's positive for me, who cares?'" Corgan says. "I was like, 'I really want this to be a positive for everybody involved.' I don't want to go through any more weird negativity."

The Pumpkins will play a series of special 30th anniversary shows beginning November 28 in Madison, Wisconsin.

Other albums out today include Mumford & Sons' Delta, P.O.D.'s Circles, The Good, The Bad & The Queen's Merrie Land and the career-spanning, posthumous Chris Cornell box set.

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