August 27th, 2014

New Mark Lanegan Band song “Floor of the Ocean,” from the forthcoming album Phantom Radio.

August 4th, 2014
[FunkBox is] an app that has a collection of vintage drum machine sounds on it so I don’t have to actually have to hook up any of my drum machines, which I sold recently because this app is too easy to use. I used the app on the record for a couple of the songs. But yeah, I used FunkBox to compose a few of the songs by writing the drum parts and then added to it. It’s great to use because it’s easy, and I’m the kind of guy who always chooses the path of least resistance!
Mark Lanegan talks to the Quietus
July 15th, 2014

Gutter Twins reunion! Mark Lanegan joined Gregg Dulli and the Afghan Whigs onstage at Belgium’s Cactus Festival Sunday to perform the Twins’ ”Stations.”

July 14th, 2014

Mark Lanegan’s No Bells on Sunday limited-edition, vinyl-only EP is out August 25. Preorder here. Watch the new video for “Sad Lover” here.

July 14th, 2014

Mark Lanegan's brand-new video for “Sad Lover,” from the No Bells on Sunday vinyl-only EP, out August 25.

July 7th, 2014

Watch Mark Lanegan's recent KEXP in-studio performance, which includes two new songs from Lanegan’s album Phantom Radio, which KEXP reports is due later this year. (The record has yet to be officially announced.)

July 3rd, 2014

KEXP is live-streaming a Mark Lanegan in-studio performance, starting in five minutes (at 11 a.m. PT). Perhaps he’ll perform material from his forthcoming EP No Bells on Sunday.

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