Death Grips Break Up, Jack White Succumbs to Mysterious Disease and Youth Decay Present 'Older Fatter Drunker' in Our News Roundup

Death Grips Break Up, Jack White Succumbs to Mysterious Disease and Youth Decay Present 'Older Fatter Drunker' in Our News Roundup
Despite having big holidays on both sides of the border, there was still plenty to report here on Exclaim.ca. If you feel something might have passed you by, here's our news roundup to help you get back in the know.

First off, there was plenty of Canadian music news to keep us busy the last few days. Not only did we learn that Comeback Kid/Living with Lions offshoot Youth Decay are headed our way with their debut release, but Attack in Black/Grey Kingdom songwriter Spencer Burton announced an album of his own. On a less positive note, the Sheepdogs parted ways with guitarist Leot Hanson, while two men south of the border were detained by police for saying "Nickelback."

In other news, Death Grips broke up (or so they say), Jack White succumbed to a mysterious disease at a theatrical London show, Bruce Springsteen revealed plans for a new short film, and Diplo confirmed he's indeed working with Madonna.

To cap things off with some new album news, former members of Lostprophets teamed up with Geoff Rickly as No Devotion for a new album, Sunn O))) and Scott Walker are joining forces for a new project and Sweden's mighty Goat announced their sophomore album.