Hey, the Rolling Stones Have a New Song

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - JUNE 01:  (L-R) Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts of The Rolling Stones pose for a photograph during a dress rehearsal prior to the opening concert of the 2007 European leg of their 'A Bigger Bang' World Tour at the Videohouse on June 1, 2007 in Brussels, Belgium.  This leg of the Tour begins on June 5 at Werchter Park, Belgium and is due to be completed in August in London, England.  (Photo by Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Ron Wood;Mick Jagger;Keith Richards;Charlie Watts
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So, what did you send the Rolling Stones for their 50th anniversary? A gold lip statue? A gift certificate to Bath & Body Works? (Mick seems like a Country Apple guy.)  If you're still on the fence, there are a couple suggestions hiding in "Gloom and Doom," the Stones' first new song in six years (off their latest greatest hits compilation, GRRR!.) One is a blowtorch or some other device with which to battle the undead beings mentioned in the first verse. And the other, unexpectedly, is a donation to the anti-fracking activist group of your choice. Seriously, the Rolling Stones are singing about zombies and fracking. Welcome to 2012.