Manics: We are all 'confused and bewildered'
On Friday 13 April the Manic Street Preachers released their 13th studio album Resistance is Futile.
Talk about tempting fate.
The veteran rock'n'roll agitators, however, are too long in the tooth to concern themselves with matters as frivolous as superstition.
"There's no point," declares frontman/guitarist James Dean Bradfield.
"Enough bad things have happened on dates which were not Friday the 13th!"
Back in October it seemed like the Manics - who released their hard-hitting debut, Generation Terrorists, in 1992 - were finally ready to surrender, give up their musical... read more
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