Day in Rock Report for 10/16/2021
(hennemusic) Alice Cooper was joined by Ace Frehley for his 1972 classic, "School's Out", during a pair of concerts in Florida this week and fan filmed footage has been shared online.
The pair hooked up to perform the iconic track during Cooper's finale in West Palm Bach, Fl on October 10 and in Tampa, FL on October 11.Frehley - who is currently on the road as the opening act for Cooper's fall US tour - previously delivered "School's Out" with the shock-rocker in Brisbane during an Australian trek in 2017. (read more)
(hennemusic) The Rolling Stones have announced that they will playing a rare intimate venue gig when they bring the No Filter tour to the Hard Rock Live Arena in Hollywood, FL on November 23.
The event at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood will be the band's most intimate show in more than a decade, as they perform at the 7,000 capacity venue; the appearance will also be the final stop on the group's current US tour.
Tickets will go on sale Monday, October 18, at 10 a.m. local time, and will be available at myhrl.com. (read more)
(hennemusic) Dave Grohl's newly-released memoir, "The Storyteller", has topped the prestigious New York Times Best Sellers List.
The project - which sees the rocker sharing his life story and rise to international fame with Nirvana and the Foo Fighters - is currently No. 1 in two categories: the Combined Print & E-Book Nonfiction list as well as the Hardcover Nonfiction list. (read more)
August Burns Red have shared a brand new single entitled, "Vengeance" taking on the current toxic attitudes, as they continue their Leveler 10-Year Anniversary Tour.
They had the following to say about the new track, "Earlier this year, we set out to write a standalone single that was fast, heavy, and concise. 'Vengeance' is that song. It's ABR at our most raw. (read more)
The Agonist have released a music video for their brand new single, "Feast On The Living". The track comes from their new EP "Days Before The World Wept."
Frontwoman Vicky Psarakis had this to say, "Everything that could possibly go wrong with this video shoot, well... did, haha. We had a very difficult time finding the right location, so our vision kept changing. (read more)
(hennemusic) Metallica are streaming pro-shot video of their 1984 classic, "For Whom The Bell Tolls", from an October 8 performance at the Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA.
The "Ride The Lightning" track was delivered during the first of two headlining appearances by the band at the four-day event, which they also closed out on October 10. (read more)
(hennemusic) Neil Young And Crazy Horse will release a new studio album, entitled "Barn", on December 10. The new record marks the follow-up to the group's 2019 album, "Colorado."
The rocker shared the news via the Neil Young Archives site while revealing its cover art and detailing the set's 10-song track list and the imminent arrival of the lead single, "Song Of The Seasons." (read more)
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Ike Reilly released his new album, 'Because The Angels', this week and to celebrate he tells us about the song "F*** the Good Old Days." Here is the story:
I live in a pretty homogenous upper-middle class town in Illinois called Libertyville. We have a regular farmer's market, a town square, plenty of happenin' restaurants, upscale and dive bars, yoga studios, and an army of baristas. People do pretty well here, and we have notable folks that come from this place -- Marlon Brando, Adam Jones (from the band Tool), Gwynne Shotwell (the president of SpaceX), and my good friend Tom Morello -- they all hail from Libertyville. Of course they all left; I didn't. I've lived here my whole life, and I do love it. My kids and their families are here, my mother is still here, I have many friends and many, many more acquaintances here, too. (continue)