Post-hardcore legends At The Drive-In have officially released their first new song in 16 years. The new track, “Governed By Contagions”, comes from their forthcoming album, which will be released at some point in 2017. The track features the guitar fireworks that we’ve come to expect from Omar Rodriguez Lopez, pulsating drums, and the incredible vocal range of Cedric Bixler-Zavala, who seems to be all-systems-go after his vocal chord injury earlier this year that forced the band to cancel several of their comeback shows.Listen to “Governed By Contagions” below! We’ll provide more information on the new At The Drive-In album as it’s announced.
Drogba earlier this month had discussions with Major League Soccer over his future, but said reports he had retired from playing to join Chelsea’s coaching staff were premature. And that prospect appears to be over – for now. Hiddink, speaking after Chelsea’s 1-0 win at Arsenal on Sunday, said: “On the short-term, yes (there is no prospect). “But in the longer term we talked about players of a big influence or big image for this club, they are welcome. “There is no time issue on this.” The 37-year-old Drogba, who has a year to run on his contract with the Canadians, scored 164 goals in 381 appearances for the Blues, 157 of the strikes coming in 341 appearances in his first spell, which concluded with the 2012 Champions League victory in Munich. Suggestions of a move to Chelsea for a third time gathered pace when the former Ivory Coast striker watched the first match since the departure of Jose Mourinho alongside Hiddink and owner Roman Abramovich against Sunderland on December 19. Montreal Impact said on Sunday: “Forward Didier Drogba will not be present for the opening of the (training) camp, but he will be doing preparation work in view of the upcoming season. “He will join the team for the second part of training camp, which will take place from February 15 to 28 in St Petersburg, Florida.” Drogba wrote on Twitter: “On way to Qatar to do some preparation work for pre-season @impactmontreal.” Montreal’s season begins against Vancouver Whitecaps on March 6. Hiddink added: “I wish him all the best now for one of his last seasons.” Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink does not expect Didier Drogba to return to Stamford Bridge this season after the striker announced his return to training with Montreal Impact. Press Association
Much has been made about the change of style that would apparently come about when the managerial reigns changed hands in the Premier County.Waterford boss Derek McGrath hasn’t noticed much of a difference.Throw-in is at 4 o’clock – our build-up will get underway shortly after 3. Coverage of the big match will be brought to you in association with Mulcahy Car Sales, Ardcroney, Nenagh. Michael Ryan’s side face Waterford in the provincial decider at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick this afternoon.Last year Tipp got the better of the same county to be crowned champions for the 41st time.The manager believes the players at his disposal have the right attitude to add to that tally.