Myspace Music Premieres The Killers' New Album "Day & Age"
MySpace Music, the world's premier online music portal, is proud to announce the exclusive premiere of The Killers' new album Day & Age. The highly-anticipated third album from the Las Vegas band will be streamed for free in its entirety on MySpace Music beginning this Saturday, November 22. This exclusive preview will lead into the official album release on Monday, November 24. Be sure to check out The Killers' official MySpace profile for the band's music, news, and video by visiting http://www.myspace.com/thekillers DAY & AGE, the third studio album by the Killers, follows up their RIAA platinum second album Sam's Town (Oct. 2006), with the Grammy nominated #1 Modern Rock hit "When You Were Young," and "Read My Mind," the band's first #1 at Triple-A. Hot Fuss (June 2004), their 5 million-selling debut spun off four hits - the Grammy-nominated anthem, "Somebody Told Me," the VMA-winning (and Grammy-nominated) "Mr. Brightside," the Modern rock hit "Smile Like You Mean It," and the Grammy-nominated "All These Things That I've Done." DAY & AGE comes one year after the release of Sawdust (Nov. 2007), a collection of previously unreleased session tracks, B-sides, rarities and one-offs, including two new singles and videos: "Shadowplay" (from the motion picture soundtrack of Control, Anton Corbijn's biopic of Joy Division's Ian Curtis), and "Tranquilize" (one of four new collabora tions with Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer Lou Reed). DAY & AGE features the new singles "Human" & "Spaceman". For more information & news please visitwww.thekillersmusic.com MySpace Music revolves around the millions major, indie, and unsigned artists that use their MySpace music profiles to communicate and intimately connect with fans and friends. Each music profile empowers artists to upload video content, blog, post tour dates, lyrics, and make their music available to fans for stream or download. As one of the most popular and highly trafficked music platforms in the world, MySpace Music has evolved into an offline experience by connecting bands and fans around the world through various concert series and live events.