It’s rare that I get to write about Bruce Springsteen, this being a metal site. And that’s unfortunate, because a girl I have long had a crush on loves the Boss. Perhaps this will be the one story on my site she actually reads.
Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello will be making a guest appearance on the new album from Springsteen.
Springsteen manager Jon Landau confirmed Morello’s appearance on the Boss’ 17th studio effort, which may be titled Wrecking Ball and should surface this spring.
It’s been getting a lot of buzz as of late, for it’s supposed to be a departure for Bruce. Something of an experimental offering.
Landau also said that the record may include contributions from former Pearl Jam drummer Matt Chamberlain. That’s mad phat, I think.
It is well known Morello and Springsteen have become friendly over the years, starting back when Rage cover “The Ghost of Tom Joad.”