Fuel are back! Brett Scallions, who sang on many of the band's biggest hits, rejoined the group a couple of years back and he's working with a new lineup on the band's recently released 'Puppet Strings' album.
Earlier this month, Fuel released 'Puppet Strings,' their first studio album in nearly seven years. Now the band has embarked on a PledgeMusic campaign to raise money to press limited edition 180g vinyl.
Welcome back Fuel! After a lengthy layoff and a major lineup switch since their last record, the current Brett Scallions-led edition of Fuel showed that the future is indeed bright during their record release show at The Viper Room in West Hollywood, Calif.
If you haven't examined the lyrical content of Fuel's 'Soul to Preach To' yet, you're about to get a better understanding of the song in video form. The band just shot a video for the track that shows a deep well of regret amongst the subjects in the clip.
Fuel are coming back on the rock scene in 2014 in a big way with their upcoming album 'Puppet Strings,' due March 4. The effort will be their first disc with longtime frontman Brett Scallions in 10 years. To get a jump on promoting the album, the band has teamed with Loudwire to bring you the exclusive premiere of their new single, 'Soul To Preach To.'
The musical cruise has exploded in popularity the past few years, with numerous rock and metal bands hitting the high seas with their fans. Now, a new cruise called Rockaholica will embark for the first time in 2014 with a lineup that includes Korn, Hoobastank and Fuel.
Filter couldn’t get enough of New York City after just playing a show there in March. Only a few months later, they returned to the city that never sleeps for a rocking show at Irving Plaza (on July 12), and this time they brought along Fuel, Static Summer and Menew with them.
The pairing of singer Brett Scallions and guitarist/songwriter Carl Bell was just peaking as the 21st century hit. Fresh off a string of active rock hits, Fuel headed back into the studio to record 2000's 'Something Like Human' album.
World Fire Brigade has an impressive lineup in their own respect, but when you add Pearl Jam and Anthrax members to the mix -- the supergroup sounds even more super. Get all the details on the exciting new project that has somehow kept a relatively low profile until now.
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