New Order's Bernard Sumner is tired of ex-bandmate Peter Hook's hatred towards the him and the group and thinks he shouldn't ''blame'' other people for his decision to leave.
The 'Bizarre Love Triangle' hitmakers are set to release their first new studio album in 10 years when 'Music Complete' on Friday (25.09.15) and their first without Hook, who left the band acrimoniously in 2007.
Sumner think's it must be ''boring'' for their fans constantly hearing Hook's hateful comments towards the band, but he feels bad for him that he can't move on.
Continue reading: Bernard Sumner: Peter Hook Is An Angry Man
New Order have unveiled the first song, 'Ruthless', from their new album 'Music Complete', which is their first since the departure of Peter Hook.
New Order have unveiled the first song from their new album.
Then band - featuring Bernard Sumner, STEPHEN MORRIS, Gillian Gilbert, Phil Cunningham and Tom Chapman - have premiered 'Restless' online, with the track being their first new material to be recorded since bassist Peter Hook left the group in 2007.
The track has been taken from their forthcoming album 'Music Complete' - set to be released on September 25 - which will feature collaborations with The Killers' Brandon Flowers on 'Superheated', La Roux's Elly Jackson on 'Tutti Frutti' and 'People on the High Line' and Iggy Pop on 'Stray Dog'.
Continue reading: New Order Unveil New Song
Brandon Flowers Iggy Pop and LA Roux's Elly Jackson will feature on New Order's new album 'Music Complete', which will be their first studio release in a decade.
The rockers will be joined by The Killers frontman and 68-year-old singer/songwriter on their forthcoming studio record 'Music Complete', which will be their first release in over a decade.
Brandon will feature on the LP's closing track 'Superheated' - having originally named his band after a group in New Order's video for their 2001 hit 'Crystal' - while Iggy has provided his vocals to brooding song 'Stray Dog' after joining them on stage in New York last year.
Continue reading: Brandon Flowers For New Order LP
The Mancunian icons' ninth album will be released in September, their first in just over a decade.
Indie legends New Order have confirmed more details of their new album, their first in ten years, including its title and release date. Music Complete will be out on September 25th this year, available on Mute Records.
As well as being their first album of brand new material since 2005’s Waiting For The Sirens’ Call (2013’s Lost Sirens was an LP of offcuts from the same sessions), it is their first since the acrimonious departure of Peter Hook in 2007.
A teaser for Music Complete can be seen below, the clip of which contains the album’s artwork which has been supplied by Peter Saville, the original graphic designer for the band and their original record label Factory.
Continue reading: New Order Confirm Release Details Of First Album In Ten Years
New Order has signed a global record deal with independent label Mute and is planning to release its tenth album next year.
New Order has signed a worldwide deal with Mute.
The English rock band, which was formed in 1980 following the demise of Joy Division, has inked a contract with the legendary independent label and is planning to release its tenth studio album next year.
The group said: ''New Order are delighted to be signing to Mute. We couldn't imagine a better place to be than working with Daniel Miller and his team.
Continue reading: New Order Signs Record Deal With Mute
New Order singer, Bernard Sumner has hinted at a possible collaboration with former LCD Soundsystem producer, James Murphy.
New Order are set to collaborate with James Murphy in the future.
Lead singer Bernard Sumner has hinted at the possibility of working with the former LCD Soundsystem star in the near future.
Talking to the website, Consequence Of Sound, he shared: ''I can't talk about any of that just yet, but there is news, we're in the process.''
Continue reading: New Order To Collaborate With James Murphy?
Fans pay tribute to Joy Division's Ian Curtis, who died 32 years ago today (18.05.12).
Lovers of the post-punk British band have taken to twitter to remember the singer, who committed suicide on May 18 1980 at the age of 23.
Joy Division has become a Top 10 trend on the social networking site, where moving tributes to the legendary frontman are flooding in.
Continue reading: Fans Remember Ian Curtis, 32 Years On
Peter Hook wants to ''bury the hatchet'' with his New Order bandmates Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert .
While he initially claimed he wanted to "f**k over New Order in any way he could," he has now cooled and would rather make peace.
Continue reading: Peter Hook Wants To ''Bury The Hatchet'' With New Order
Peter Hook is so furious with his New Order bandmates for arranging a reunion without him that he has vowed to ''f**k them over in any way possible''.
The bassist is furious his former bandmates Bernard Sumner, STEPHEN MORRIS and Gillian Gilbert are reforming to play two charity shows in Belgium and Paris without him this month and has vowed to do anything he can to ruin it.
He said: "With New Order deciding to tour without me - it makes me all the more determined to f**k New Order over in any possible way I can.
Continue reading: Peter Hook Furious To Be Left Out Of New Order
Peter Hook has branded his former New Order and joy Division bandmate Bernard Sumner a ''t**t'' and admits their feud is ruining their musical legacy.
The former bandmates have been engaged in a public feud since the bassist quit New Order in 2007 but Peter insists they have no plans to bury the hatchet any time soon.
He said: "The truth is, Bernard's a t**t and he always has been.
Continue reading: Peter Hook Blasts Bernard Sumner
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