Depeche Mode are dropping info nuggets, audio and whatever else on us this early morning. In addition to full audio for “Where’s The Revolution” (and WOW!), iTunes has the details for the album …
Depeche Mode are dropping info nuggets, audio and whatever else on us this early morning. In addition to full audio for “Where’s The Revolution” (and WOW!), iTunes has the details for the album up.
Spirit will be released digitally and physically worldwide as a standard 12 track album on March 17th on Columbia Records. The band will also release a 2-CD Deluxe version of the album featuring a special 28-page booklet of exclusive artwork and photos, along with 5 remixes created by Depeche Mode, Matrixxman and Kurt Uenala, collectively entitled the ‘Jungle Spirit Mixes’. The vinyl version of Spirit will be released on two 180 gram LPs, featuring the standard album and a special SPIRIT etching on the 4th side. All artwork and photographs accompanying the album are by Depeche Mode’s longtime creative collaborator and renowned filmmaker Anton Corbijn.
Disc 1 – Spirit (Standard & Deluxe):
01. Going Backwards
02. Where’s The Revolution
03. The Worst Crime
05. You Move
06. Cover Me
08. Poison Heart
09. So Much Love
11. No More (This Is The Last Time)
Disc 2 – Jungle Spirit Mixes (Deluxe only)
13. Cover Me (Alt Out)
14. Scum (Frenetic Mix)
15. Poison Heart (Tripped Mix)
16. Fail (Cinematic Cut)
17. So Much Love (Machine Mix)
On Friday, February 3rd, Depeche Mode are releasing their new single, “Where’s The Revolution”. Read the full press release below: DEPECHE MODE TO RELEASE SINGLE “WHERE’S THE REVOLUTION” ON FEBRUARY 3RD. NEW STUDIO …
On Friday, February 3rd, Depeche Mode are releasing their new single, “Where’s The Revolution”. Read the full press release below:
DEPECHE MODE TO RELEASE SINGLE “WHERE’S THE REVOLUTION” ON FEBRUARY 3RD. NEW STUDIO ALBUM SPIRIT AVAILABLE GLOBALLY ON MARCH 17TH ON COLUMBIA RECORDS
Depeche Mode will release their much anticipated new single “Where’s The Revolution” on Friday, February 3rd. The track, which Depeche Mode teased during their highly viewed press conference in Milan this past fall, is the first new music from the band in four years and the first offering from their impending 14th studio album, Spirit, which will be released globally on March 17th on Columbia Records.
Spirit marks the band’s first collaboration with producer James Ford of Simian Mobile Disco (Foals, Florence & The Machine, Arctic Monkeys) and serves as the follow up to the band’s blockbuster 2013 album Delta Machine which debuted at #1 in 12 countries. The album has already garnered critical acclaim in early previews, with Q Magazine calling Spirit “the most energized Depeche Mode album in years”.
Depeche Mode will support the release of the LP with an extensive world tour, giving both new and lifelong fans alike a chance to experience the band’s stunning live shows. The first leg of the Global Spirit Tour, on sale now, will see the band play to over 1.5 million fans at 34 shows in 21 countries throughout Europe. The tour kicks off May 5th in Stockholm, Sweden and will stop at stadiums across Europe before continuing beyond summer with shows in North and South America. Be sure to sign up to receive announcements about upcoming tour dates.
Cover art: Anton Corbijn.
Not too long ago it occurred to us that 2016 is the 20th anniversary of the site. While we’re not ones to spend too much time looking back at our past or celebrate …
Not too long ago it occurred to us that 2016 is the 20th anniversary of the site. While we’re not ones to spend too much time looking back at our past or celebrate ourselves, it’s a pretty significant milestone to hit and we just wanted to take a moment to acknowledge the occasion. While the name of the site and crew has evolved over the years, the core of the site has been going strong for 20 years now.
We’re not going to go into an extensive history lesson here, but the site was originally started by Paul back in 1996 and he named it Halo. In 2003 the site was taken over by a new crew and our name changed to Empty World 3, a name taken from a working title of the song “World Full Of Nothing”. Then in 2007 the site evolved yet again to be known as Home. While the current core crew has been going since the EW3 days, we’ve added a few team members along the way.
We just want to say thank you to everyone who’s visited our site and trusted us with solid news and insights. We’d also like to thank our forum members, former site staff members, and all of you who have contributed your time and energy in helping us make the site what it is. Last but not least, we want to thank Depeche Mode.
As I type this, I can’t help but think that Depeche Mode is gearing up to hit the road in support of a brand new record while at the same time a contender for the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame…. truly amazing and an amazing time to be a fan.
It’s hard to look to the past with so much in front of us.
Thank you all!
Peter, Glen, Pete, Amigo, Sean, and Shinji
Depeche Mode have been shortlisted for induction to the 2017 Rock And Roll Hall of Fame! The list of 2017 nominees for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame arrived this morning and we were …
Depeche Mode have been shortlisted for induction to the 2017 Rock And Roll Hall of Fame! The list of 2017 nominees for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame arrived this morning and we were all thrilled to see Depeche Mode included along with amazing artists like Kraftwerk, Bad Brains, and Jane’s Addiction just to name a few. A prestigious list to be included on for sure, but while they don’t need this validation, it would be fitting. There is also a fan vote section on the site where the fans of the nominated bands can vote daily for their favorite, so be sure to vote for Depeche by clicking here!
Here’s the full list of artists nominated this year:
Electric Light Orchestra
J. Geils Band
Next year’s ceremony will take place in April at the Barclays Center in New York. It will once again be aired on HBO. So let’s hope to see Depeche included and see the band perform! Now the question is, who’s worthy enough to induct them? Hmmm……