Anticipation for an upcoming Gorillaz album is at an all-time-high. The group started chronicling their entire history on social media two weeks ago, posting videos and clips from all of their releases and performances over the years. Then, ten new pages from The Book of Noodle released last week, confirming the start of their fourth phase. With no official announcement of an album release date, a recent report revealed that that the new record is just two weeks away from completion. While they’re still in the studio, these social media spasms have us thinking the actual release is near.Today, the Internet flared up with another story from Gorillaz: The Book of Russel, which sees characterized drummer Russel Hobbs on a quest to rescue his bandmate Noodle after an attack on Plastic Beach. As The Book of Russel concludes, “The band was getting back together.” #TheBookofRussel pic.twitter.com/7mm9lidrTB— gorillaz (@gorillaz) October 7, 2016[H/T CoS] A few days later… #TheBookofRussel pic.twitter.com/BsK3I4kVNh— gorillaz (@gorillaz) October 7, 2016 Read the entire series below, and rejoice for the return of the Gorillaz! With Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett at the helm, we can’t wait to see what this future release has in store.
The 1723sq m holding has 48.1m of water frontage on Main River.Although there are other vacant waterfront blocks on Commodore Dr, 127-129 Commodore Dr is the only sizeable block that is both available for sale and has no building plans in place, according to Mr Helprin.“The land size, the location and the scarcity of available land of Main River make this a rare opportunity,” he said.“The person who buys it will be someone who wants to build in a blue-chip area on Main River and wants a bit of land to work with.” 127-129 Commodore Dr is the last available large block on the market.The 1723sqm block has 48.1m of deep water frontage offering easy access to the Broadwater and enjoys views of the Main Beach skyline and Hinterland.“This is the last available substantial block of land on Main River in Paradise Waters,” said marketing agent Jay Helprin of Kollosche.MORE: Mega sale puts Gold Coast market on a high Ultimate Gold Coast gentleman’s cave for sale Those laid-back Mermaid Beach pad feels 85 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters sold for $3.1 million last month.For anyone hoping to build their dream home on one of the Gold Coast’s most elite riverfront streets, this could be your final chance.One of the last remaining substantial vacant parcels of land on Main River along Commodore Drive has hit the market in an Expressions of Interest campaign. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa7 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day agoThe new owners of 126 Commodore Dr, Paradise Waters have plans to build.The largest undeveloped riverfront site — a 3369sqm parcel at 126 Commodore Dr — sold for $9.4 million to a Gold Coast couple in an off-market deal last November.At the time of the sale, the couple confirmed their intentions to build a “modest, modern home” on the site which has 43 metres of river frontage and has never been developed. A vacant block at 85 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters is now spoken for.Late last month a vacant 1013sq m block at 85 Commodore Dr sold for $3.1 million to a local buyer in a deal handled by Kollosche in conjunction with Amir Prestige. Commodore Drive is considered one of the city’s premier riverfront locations, with a long list of city and business leaders living on the street. Mayor Tom Tate and wife Ruth bought 124 Commodore Drive for $3.55 million in 2018 before putting it back on the market in January with an asking price of $4.5 million.