In The News: Nick Cave, R.E.M., of Montreal, Motörhead, Veils, Diana Krall, John Coltrane, Bevis Frond, Bert Jansch, Ennio Morricone And More


The 16th studio album by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Skeleton Tree, is due out September 9. The first opportunity to hear the album will be during the film One More Time With Feeling, directed by Andrew Dominik, which will screen for one night only on September 8 in select cinemas across the world … Capitol/UMe will reissue three R.E.M albums—Lifes Rich Pageant, Dead Letter Office and Eponymous—on vinyl for the first time on July 29 … of Montreal has announced the August 12 release of new album Innocence Reaches via Polyvinyl … On June 10, a live LP featuring one of Motörhead’s final performances, Clean Your Clock, will be released by UDR Music … Total Depravity is the latest release from the Veils, and it will be available from Nettwerk on August 26 … The first six studio albums by Dio will be released as a boxed set, A Decade Of Dio: 1983-1993, on July 22 via Rhino … Verve/UMe will reissue eight essential Diana Krall albums as 180-gram double-LP vinyl editions on July 15, as part of the label’s 60th anniversary celebration … Faith No More’s out-of-print 1985 debut album, We Care A Lot, will be reissued by Koolarrow on August 19, complete with new mixes, demos and live recordings … June 10 will see Rhino’s release of John Coltrane: The Atlantic Years: In Mono, a vinyl and CD boxed set featuring John Coltrane’s classic albums remastered in mono … Reissues of New River Head, London Stone and Any Gas Faster from MAGNET fave the Bevis Frond, are due out from Fire Records on July 29 … The rare 1985 release by Bert Jansch, From The Outside, will be reissued June 10 by Fire … Topshelf has announced the August 5 release of Episodic, the latest album from Field MouseAaron Neville’s new album Apache, is set for a July 15 release via Tell It/Kobalt … Oscar-winning composer (and another MAGNET fave) Ennio Morricone has signed to Decca, which will issue his new album, Morricone 60, on October 7.

—Emily Costantino