The Age Of Metal had the chance to speak with Derrick Green frontman of Sepultura. We talked about The Mediator Between The Head And The Hand Must Be The Heart, its music, the recording process, the lyrical aspect of it, and the upcoming North American tour with Unearth, Kataklysm, Scar The Martyr, Anciients & Dark Sermon. [Read More]
The rights to 88 studio recordings that Jimi Hendrix made between 1965 and 1967 during his stint with the R&B group Curtis Knight and the Squires now belong to his family’s music company, Experience Hendrix LLC, and Sony Music’s catalog division, Legacy Recordings. The buyout ends decades of litigation the Hendrix family had been entwined in with PPX Enterprises and Ed Chalpin, who had recorded the tracks, and means the recordings are now set for a proper release.
The masters include a live performance recorded in Hackensack, New Jersey in December 1965, as well as Curtis Knight and the Squires’ recordings with Hendrix in 1967 after the Jimi Hendrix Experience’s debut, Are You Experienced, came out. Legacy and Experience Hendrix plan on releasing properly mixed, mastered and annotated versions of these recordings in new editions under the direction of longtime Hendrix engineer Eddie Kramer over the next three years. [Read More]