Garbage has contributed a cover of Cat Stevens's 1970 song, "Where Do The Children Play?," to a new United Nations charity album....Read more
Garbage has been having a big year, and they're not slowing down anytime soon. They celebrated the 20th anniversary of their...Read more
In 2014 Garbage began working on their sixth studio album, the follow-up to their 2012 comeback record, Not Your Kind...Read more
[membership level="0,-2"]Lately there's been a lot of talk about Garbage, and with good reason. Last year they celebrated the 20th anniversary of their 1995 debut album, Garbage, with a re-release of the record and a 20 Years Queer tour. Next week, the band will release their sixth studio album, Strange Little Birds. Their new songs "Empty" and "Even Though Our Love Is Doomed" show that Garbage is just as dark and deep as they were when they got started.
But with all the excitement and news surrounding Garbage, one thing keeps coming up, and it irks me. So many articles, interviews, and reviews have described Garbage as a grunge band. But were they ever grunge?
Following the first single, "Empty," Garbage has suddenly shared another new song from their upcoming album, Strange Little Birds. "Even Though...Read more
Big news, Garbage fans! You may have noticed that the band has been working on some new music all year....Read more