Bush are back on the road supporting their new album, 'The Sea of Memories,' and the trek is touching down in smaller venues, a marked contrast to the big arenas they've played in the past. Some bands might be disappointed by the downgrade, but Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale thinks it gives fans a better experience -- and the chance for the band to prove that it deserves an upgrade.
When you've got two little kids and a loving wife, it's hard to ever think of anything else. So when it came time for Bush to record their recently released new album, 'The Sea of Memories,' the band's frontman, Gavin Rossdale, kept his family -- wife Gwen Stefani and sons Kingston, 5, and Zuma, 3 -- close by in many ways.
Bush have returned after a long absence with their fifth studio album, ‘The Sea of Memories,’ the band's first studio effort in a decade.
The disc starts off with the song ‘The Mirror of the Signs,’ which reintroduces fans to frontman Gavin Rossdale's raspy yet dreamy vocals. The track has an infectious drum pattern and whining guitars, with synthesizers that give the song almost a rave aspect to it.
Bush sold millions of records in the ‘90s with their first two albums, ‘Sixteen Stone’ and ‘Razorblade Suitcase,’ but frontman Gavin Rossdale was eager for his band to rock an updated sound on its upcoming comeback album, ‘The Sea of Memories.’ It's their first full-length release in 10 years.
Anthrax, Bush and Judas Priest are just a handful of bands that will shoot and score on 'NHL 12.' Each band will contribute a song to the upcoming hockey video game, with Anthrax and Bush using this prime placement as a platform to promote brand new songs. The game is due to drop in North America on Sept. 13.