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Brad Whit­ford has re­vealed that Aero­smith are record­ing a “very rock‘n’roll” new track and ex­pects the band, who this sum­mer un­der­took a Euro­pean farewell tour, to be around for at least an­other five years and re­lease new ma­te­rial dur­ing that time. “We’re go­ing to keep on play­ing un­til we can’t play any more,” says the gui­tarist.

Rob­bie Wil­liams has is­sued an apol­ogy to for­mer

Led Zep­pelin gui­tarist Jimmy Page af­ter com­par­ing his al­leged be­hav­iour in a home row to a “men­tal ill­ness”. “I un­der­stand why Jimmy will have found my words of­fen­sive and I apol­o­gise for any hurt that they have caused him and his fam­ily,” said the for­mer Take That star. David Coverdale (pic­tured) says 2018 will see an all-new Whites­nake stu­dio al­bum and a world tour. “The next three to five years is spo­ken for with some re­ally ex­cit­ing projects,” he told Bill­board.

Kansas re­lease a new con­cert al­bum, Leftover­ture Live & Be­yond, on Novem­ber 3 via In­side Out

Mu­sic. It in­cludes 19 tracks and will be avail­able as a dou­ble CD digi­pak, four-disc 180-gram vinyl boxed set and a dig­i­tal al­bum. The vet­eran prog-rock­ers can­celled this sum­mer’s tour com­mit­ments due to “se­cu­rity rea­sons”.

A cor­rec­tion to last issue’s story: Dan Reed Net­work will be the spe­cial guests of Ex­treme on their De­cem­ber UK tour.

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