Published Jan 29, 2016Well, there's not too much to go by just yet, but it looks like amped-up Canadian pop-rock duo Death From Above 1979 and Eagles of Death Metal have some big plans to reveal next week, going by their respective social media pages.
Though the details are currently unclear, both bands used their various platforms today (January 29) to unveil a piece of artwork presenting skeleton likenesses of DFA1979's Jesse Keeler and Sebastien Grainger, replete with ossified elephant trunks, and Eagles of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes.
All that's been revealed so far is that an announcement will be made this Monday (February 1), and that it will apparently be of most interest to Canadian fans.
While we could let our imaginations run wild with speculation, perhaps it's best to just wait for the bands to uncover their plans in full after the weekend. In the meantime, why not check out a video for Death From Above 1979's "Virgins" and a stream of Eagles of Death Metal's now charity-geared "I Love You All the Time" via the players down below.