• Muzik First


Rock band formed in 1993 in Madison, Wisconsin, Garbage is gearing up for releasing their latest album, "No Gods No Masters." Already released “The Men Who Rule The World” and the title track from it so far, today, the band shares the third single, “Wolves." Speaking of the track, Shirley Manson says. "This is a song about inner conflict. About regret. About duality. In the past, I have hurt so many people in my life, both knowingly and unknowingly. But when you’re young and in self-survival mode, much like a baby rattlesnake, you have no idea how strong your venom is. But it has the power to kill. Meanwhile, you’re just out there having fun." Garbage is releasing a deluxe CD/digital version of "No Gods No Masters," which features classic tracks, including David Bowie’s “Starman” and “Because the Night,” written by Patti Smith and Bruce Springsteen. Garbage’s take on “Because the Night” also features US punk rock outfit Screaming Females. Garbage’s seventh studio album, "No Gods No Masters," is out June 11th.