Green Day Stream Entire New Album Online, 'Sound City' Documentary Trailer Released

New album out December 11, 2012

Let’s check out what’s happening around the rock world this Wednesday morning. Fans of the recently troubled Greed Day will have plenty of new material to hold them over while the band gets its touring legs back in order.

iHeartRadio has announced that it is now currently streaming the band’s upcoming new record, ¡Tré!, in its entirety – a full week before its scheduled December 11th release.

As you might already know, ¡Tré! marks the third and final album of Green Day’s recent trilogy, ¡Uno!,¡Dos! and ¡Tré!.

And in case that’s not enough to hold fans over, VH1 recently premiered highlights of the band’s newly announced documentary, ¡Quatro!, which is said to chronicle the band’s creative process that went into recording their current album trilogy. The Tim Wheeler directed documentary will be released in its entirety in 2013.

And in other new album related news, looks like the guys over at Alice In Chains have just finished a new record of their own, this according to legendary guitarist Jerry Cantrell.

The as of yet untitled album will be the follow-up to 2009’s Black Gives Way To Blue  and will mark the second record with singer William DuVall as original lead singer Layne Staley died in 2002.

And finally, Dave Grohl is finally ready to show the world a glimpse of his latest project ad first feature film as a trailer for the documentary Sound City has been released online.

For those of you unfamiliar with the project, the documentary chronicles the story of the famous Van Nuys, Californian studio of the same name well known for being the creating legendary records such as Nirvana’s Nevermind, among several others.

The trailer itself features some footage from some of music’s biggest names that have been associated with the studio such as Tom Petty, Metallica, Neil Young, Butch Vig, Stevie Nicks and others.

You guys can check it out for yourselves down below:

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