Seattle rock band Pearl Jam announced Wednesday that it will release its eighth studio album, and first since 2002, in early May
The wait is over. Fans of Pearl Jam won't have to wait for any longer to hear some new tunes from the band as the Seattle-based super group announced Wednesday it will release its eighth studio album.
The long awaited album set to marry the street on May 2. "World Wide Suicide," the first single from the self-titled album, will be made available to radio stations by March 8, and the same day the song will be available as a free download from the band's Web site, http://www.pearljam.com for two days beginning at 3 a.m.
The single later on can be bought digitally on March 14. Aside, tour dates in support of "Pearl Jam" will be announced later this month.