'Songs of Innocence,' the new album U2 surprised fans by releasing -- for free, no less -- as part of Apple's fall 2014 product launch, may be followed by more new music in the months to come.
The big news surrounding U2's 13th album is its surprise attack.
U2 has released 'Songs of Innocence,' its first album in five years, for free via iTunes.
There are rumors that the band will somehow be involved with the release of the new iPhone.
A three-track EP released in Sept. 1979, simply titled '3,' set the stage for everything that would follow for U2.
U2 and Def Leppard square off against each other in the semifinals of the 100 percent fan-voted Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame.
New reports suggest that U2's next album could arrive without official warning within the next few weeks.
Ozzy Osbourne takes on U2 for the right to move on to the semifinals of the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame.
After a series of starts and stops, U2 could be ready to release its new album in late 2014.
The annual list of songs added to the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry has been released.