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Screaming Trees’ Gary Lee Conner Calls Mark Lanegan’s Memoir ‘Vicious and Petty’

Mark Lanegan published his memoir Sing Backwards and Weep last month, and to put it bluntly, it's been pissing people off. Aside from reigniting a 24-year-old feud…
Katrina Nattress / May 9, 2020

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The 25 Best Soundtrack Albums of the 1990s

In the 1980s, music and film collided for cross-promotional blockbusters both transcendent (Purple Rain) and transcendently cheesy (Footloose). In the ‘90s, soundtracks continued to sell…
Al Shipley / August 27, 2020

Mark Lanegan and Cold Cave Cover Joy Division in Honor of Ian Curtis

Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis died 40 years ago today, and musicians and music publications and organizations of all stripes have been unveiling tributes throughout…
Dan Weiss / May 18, 2020

Mark Lanegan Walks Back Liam Gallagher Critique: ‘He’s Kind of an Eccentric Old Uncle’

Last week, a decades-old feud between Mark Lanegan and Liam Gallagher that stemmed from an Oasis-Screaming Trees tour was reignited over a passage in the…
Daniel Kohn / May 13, 2020

Liam Gallagher and Mark Lanegan’s 1996 Beef Reignites on Twitter

Mark Lanegan's new memoir, Sing Backwards and Weep, dropped last month, and it has rubbed some people the wrong way. Namely, Liam Gallegher.
SPIN Staff / May 5, 2020

Inside Mad Season’s ‘Above’ Reissue: Watch a Mini-Doc With Rare Footage and Interviews

"I remember that we laughed a lot," says Screaming Trees drummer Barrett Martin, of writing Above, the lone (and beloved) 1995 release from Seattle supergroup…
David Bevan / February 27, 2013

An Oral History of Screaming Trees’ ‘Nearly Lost You’

At the onset of the '90s, major labels didn't consider the Screaming Trees an especially attractive prospect — literally. "I recall getting in an argument…
Mark Yarm / August 10, 2012

Mark Lanegan Covers Johnny Cash for ‘Hangover II’

Is anyone better suited to cover Johnny Cash than ex-Screaming Trees growler Mark Lanegan? He's dark. He's brooding. And the Seattle grunge vet lends a…
William Goodman / May 26, 2011

The Breeders to Release New EP

The Breeders aren't exactly prolific, which is why today's announcement of a new EP, Fate to Fatal, set to arrive so closely after 2008's Mountain…
William Goodman / March 16, 2009