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30 Jun
2010

Metric have debuted their video for “Eclipse (All Yours)” on Myspace and Youtube. Check it out below:


“Eclipse (All Yours)”

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30 Jun
2010

Eastern Conference Champions are playing at the Grove in Los Angeles today Wednesday June 30th at the Twilight Eclipse Opening! The band will be playing 2 sets between 6:30 – 8:30pm (PST) and signing autographs in between. Check out a free mp3 of “Bloody Bells (M. Zero Remix)” here.

TOUR
06.30.10 The Grove, Los Angeles CA (Free Performance)
07.07.10 Piano’s New York, NY
07.10.10 Bigheads Town and Country Hatboro, PA
07.16.10 Urban Outfitters Space 15 Twenty (Free Performance) Los Angeles, CA
07.19.10 Spaceland Los Angeles, CA

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22 Jun
2010

Original vampire enthusiast and iconic Bauhaus main man PETER MURPHY makes a central cameo appearance as ‘The Cold One’ in Eclipse, the most recent installment of the Twilight series. Eclipse debuts June 30 in the U.S. and July 1 in the UK, where Murphy will be walking the red carpet at the London premiere in Leicester Square at the Odeon Theatre, accompanied by his daughter, Hurihan.

Murphy’s last film appearance was in 1983 when Bauhaus performed “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” in the opening credit sequence of Tony Scott’s vampire thriller The Hunger starring David Bowie, Catherine De Neuve and Susan Sarandon.

As a bookend to the now-infamous “Bela” performance, Peter felt that a cameo in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse was too good to turn down. “Who else could have and should have done it?” he laughs. “It was really lovely and smart of David Slade to ask me…I was honored, actually.”

Murphy’s cinematic role marks the commencement of an eventful rest of the year for the artist, who launches his worldwide “Dirty Dirt Tour” in late July, and is adding the finishing touches to his new studio album NINTH, due in the Fall. Confirmed tour dates, including an August performance at Rebellion Festival in the UK, can be found below. Additional dates will be announced shortly.

Currently living between Istanbul and New York City, the famed post-punk innovator, sonic alchemist and celebrated founding father of the Gothic movement, has been working on several exciting new projects over the past two years, most importantly his long-awaited ninth studio album aptly-titled, Ninth. Produced by David Baron, the set follows: 2004’s Unshattered, DustA Live Just For Love (live album) (2001), Wild Birds: 1985-1995 (compilation) (2000), Recall EP (1997), CascadeHoly Smoke (1992), commercial breakthrough Deep (1990), the seminal Love Hysteria (1988) and the 1986 solo debut, Should the World Fail to Fall Apart.

“I have had my Ninth album ready to go for a while now,” Peter explains. “I’ve been playing it live, alongside Bauhaus classics and my own hits, long before the official release and it’s added more stardust to the long shelf life of songs I have under my belt.”

Most recently, Peter ignited a new generation of fans while appearing with Trent Reznor during his 2009 final Nine Inch Nails tour. Famously descending on a chain from the rafters upside down (like the theatrical genius he is) at New York’s Terminal 5, Peter joined Reznor and his band to perform The Downward Spiral favorite “Reptile,” along with Murphy’s “Strange Kind Of Love,” Bauhaus’ “Kick in the Eye,” Joy Division’s “Atmosphere” and Pere Ubu’s “Final Solution.” Murpy’s cover of Nine Inch Nails’ “Hurt” has also been a recent staple of live sets.

Peter Murphy will be joined on the Paris UK dates by one of his favorite artists, Lettie. Find more info at http://www.myspace.com/lettiemusic & http://www.lettiemusic.com.

THE DIRTY DIRT TOUR:

Thurs, July 29 – Paris, France – La Machine Du Moulin Rouge
Fri, July 30 – Aletejo, Portugal – Evora Festival Alentajo
Sun, Aug 1 – Wolverhampton, UK – The Slade Rooms Wolverhampton Civic Halls
Mon, Aug 2 – Glasgow, Lanarkshire – UK Classic Grand
Tues, Aug 3 – Dublin, Ireland UK – The Button Factory
Thurs, Aug 5 – London, UK – Electric Ballroon
Fri, Aug 6 – Sheffield, UK – Corporation
Sat, Aug 7 – Blackpool, UK – Rebellion Festival
Sun, Aug 8 – Hamilton, ON Canada – Festival of Friends
Tues, Aug 10 – Toronto, ON Canada – Lee’s Palace

Additional worldwide dates to be added

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02 Jun
2010

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse soundtrack is now streaming exclusively at www.eclipsesoundtrack.com for 24 hours only.

The soundtrack is available in stores and online next Tuesday, June 8th via Chop Shop/Atlantic. Pre-Order The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Soundtrack

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse hits theatres Wednesday, June 30th.

20 May
2010


Check out the brand new video for Muse’s “Neutron Star Collision (Love is Forever),”
from the upcoming Eclipse soundtrack, available exclusively worldwide today on MTV and VH1

20 May
2010


Metric and Twilight fans alike have something to be very excited about – a brand-new track by Metric will be featured on the highly-anticipated soundtrack for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, as the movie’s theme song. The song, titled “Eclipse (All Yours)”, was co-written by Metric lead singer Emily Haines and guitarist Jimmy Shaw with legendary film composer Howard Shore, who wrote the acclaimed score for the Lord of the Rings film trilogy among many others.

I’ve always wanted to write music for a film, but I never expected to start with something on this scale,” said Emily Haines about the soundtrack. “I don’t have to tell you what an honor it was to be hand-picked by Howard to do this work. We are massively grateful for the opportunity.”

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack will be released on June 8, 2010 via Chop Shop/Atlantic. The first single from the album will be Muse’s “Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)”. Metric’s “Eclipse (All Yours)” will be featured along with music from such major artists as Vampire Weekend, Muse, The Black Keys, Bat for Lashes, Florence and the Machine, Band of Horses and The Dead Weather. The soundtrack was supervised by Chop Shop’s Alexandra Patsavas (Grey’s Anatomy, Gossip Girl) who worked closely with the film’s director David Slade. The soundtrack to the previous film, which included Thom Yorke, The Killers, OK Go, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Muse, sold almost 4 million copies worldwide. The soundtrack topped the Billboard top 200 chart upon release.

Tracklisting for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack:

1. Metric – “Eclipse (All Yours)”
2. Muse – “Neutron Star Collision (Love is Forever)”
3. The Bravery – “Ours”
4. Florence and The Machine – “Heavy in Your Arms”
5. Sia – “My Love”
6. Fanfarlo – “Atlas”
7. The Black Keys – “Chop and Change”
8. The Dead Weather – “Rolling In On A Burning Tire”
9. Beck and Bat For Lashes – “Let’s Get Lost”
10. Vampire Weekend – “Jonathan Low”
11. UNKLE – “With You In My Head” (feat. The Black Angels)
12. Eastern Conference Champions – “A Million Miles An Hour”
13. Band of Horses – “Life On Earth”
14. Cee Lo Green – “What Part of Forever”
15. Howard Shore – “Jacob’s Theme”

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12 May
2010


Over the course of the day, Myspace Music revealed the full track listing for the upcoming The Twilight Saga Eclipse Soundtrack.

Check out the tracklisting below and start salivating

1. Metric – “Eclipse (All Yours)”
2. Muse – “Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)”
3. The Bravery – “Ours”
4. Florence + The Machine – “Heavy In Your Arms”
5. Sia – “My Love”
6. Fanfarlo – “Atlas”
7. The Black Keys – “Chop And Change”
8. The Dead Weather – “Rolling In On A Burning Tire”
9. Beck & Bat For Lashes – “Let’s Get Lost”
10. Vampire Weekend – “Jonathan Low”
11. Unkle– “With You In My Head (ft. The Black Angels)”
12. Eastern Conference Champions – “A Million Miles An Hour”
13. Band Of Horses – “Life On Earth”
14. Cee Lo Green – “What Part Of Forever”
15. Howard Shore – “Jacob’s Theme”