In The News: Fucked Up, Led Zeppelin, 65daysofstatic, Buzz Osborne And More


The fourth studio album from Fucked Up, Glass Boys, will be released by Matador on June 3. The band will play several U.S. dates this spring before heading over to Europe for a supporting tour … Also on June 3, an extensive reissue program of all nine Led Zeppelin studio albums will kick off with the release of Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin II and Led Zeppelin III. Each record has been remastered by Jimmy Page and includes a second disc of previously unreleased companion audio … 65daysofstatic has announced the 10th anniversary deluxe reissue of its debut album, The Fall Of Math, set for a March 25 release via Monotreme. The band will also play the LP in its entirety during a string of European tour dates … This Machine Kills Artists is the debut solo album from the Melvins’ Buzz Osborne, due out from Ipecac on June 3 … Earache will issue the new Rival Sons album, Great Western Valkyrie, on June 10 … Former Low Anthem member Jocie Adams has a new project, Arc Iris, whose self-titled debut will be out on April 1 via Anti-. The band is currently on a North American tour in support … Suzanne Vega’s intimate 2003 performance at the Rome Auditorium will be available on DVD as Solitude Standing on May 6 … The 25th anniversary of Roy Orbison’s final album, Mystery Girl, will be celebrated by Legacy and Roy’s Boys LLC with a CD/DVD deluxe edition on May 20 … On June 3, Smalltown Supersound will issue Brian Reitzell’s first solo album, Auto Music … The 50th anniversary of Vince Guaraldi’s soundtrack to the unaired documentary A Boy Named Charlie Brown will be commemorated with a limited-edition, collectible reissue, due out May 13 via Fantasy …  No Slam Dancing, No Stage Diving, No Spikes: An Oral History Of The Legendary City Gardens is a book by Amy Yates Weulfing and Steven DiLodovico chronicling the story of ‘80s/’90s underground music in Trenton, N.J.

—Emily Costantino