People, Hell & Angels hits stores March 5, 2013
Great news for all of you Hendrix fans out there who can’t wait for the upcoming release of Jimi’s new album as the CBS cop drama “Hawaii Five-0” is set to feature seven tracks from People, Hell & Angels.
That’s right, on January 20 the show will be featuring unreleased material that Hendrix had been working on in 1968 through 1969 and is said to be a bit on the experimental side.
Out of the 12 tracks on People, Hell, & Angels, the following are said to be included in “Hawaii Five-0”: "Bleeding Heart," "Mojo Man," "Hey Gypsy Boy," "Inside Out," "Crash Landing," "Hear My Train A Comin'" and "Somewhere."
Adam Block, President of Legacy Recordings said about the album on the official Jimi Hendrix website: “People, Hell & Angels, provides us with further insight into the genius of Jimi Hendrix. Working with new rhythm sections and instrumentation, Jimi Hendrix was opening up the horizons of his music, creating new sounds filled with endless possibilities.”
“Hawaii Five-0” airs on CBS at 10 p.m. on Sunday January 20, right after the New England Patriots win the AFC Championship Game so you know it’s bound to get a large viewing audience.
Moving on, a while back ago it was announced that Metallica was working on a movie set for theatrical release and now we finally have all the concrete details!
The movie will be titled “Metallica Through The Never” and is set to debut in theaters on August 9th. And like all major movies these days, it will be brought to you in 3D.
The film was written and directed by Nimród Antal and was filmed in Vancouver in August of 2012. Here is the synopsis being given out:
"The film stars the band and Dane DeHaan (Chronicle, The Amazing Spider-Man 2). DeHaan plays a young band crew member who is sent out on an urgent mission while the band is playing a rousing live set in front of a sold-out crowd and unexpectedly finds his world turned completely upside down."
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich had this to say, "Metallica's way of doing things is to jump into unexplored creative endeavors with no safety net whatsoever. Putting this movie together for the last couple of years has been a pretty wild ride, and we've definitely done our share of flying without a net!”