Published Feb 09, 2013Once again, it was a busy week in the music world, so chances are you missed out on at least a story or two. But as always, you can fill in any blanks here with our news roundup.
First off, Marilyn Manson was back in the headlines this week, but for all the wrong reasons. During his show this week in Saskatoon, the shock rocker collapsed onstage, reportedly throwing up in the process. But Manson is apparently okay, as he was said to be just suffering from a bad case of the flu.
And it's getting closer and closer to festival season, so we got not only the Sasquatch! lineup for 2013, but Mumford & Sons revealed a mini-fest of their own, which will swing through Simcoe, ON, of all places.
Also this week, we had David Bowie and Morrissey getting into a bit row over some photo use on one of Moz's upcoming reissues, Björk being forced to axe a Kickstarter campaign dreadfully short of its lofty goal, James Blake revealing a new album and single, and Japanese sound wizard Cornelius putting out a new album of his own, marking his first release of new original material since 2006.
Closer to home, One Hundred Dollars offshoot the Highest Order unveiled their debut full-length, Maylee Todd broke the news of a new LP and Hayden spoke to Exclaim! all about his new Us Alone effort.