Day in Rock Report for 11/18/2021
(hennemusic) The Foo Fighters have teamed up with "Ted Lasso" star Jason Sudeikis in a newly-released video for "Love Dies Young", a track from their latest album, "Medicine At Midnight."
Written and directed by Dave Grohl, the clip stars Sudeikis as coach of a synchronized swim team, delivering a pep talk before a competition that reveals the faces of the band members superimposed on to the athletes' heads. (read more)
(hennemusic) Metallica have announced that they will be playing a series of events in their hometown of San Francisco, CA as part of their 40th anniversary celebrations.
"We're just one short month away from celebrating 40 years together, and we can't wait to welcome fans from around the world to our hometown!," says Metallica. "When we first told you about the two shows at Chase Center on December 17 and 19, we also promised a full weekend of 'Tallica family vibes with curated live music, Blackened Whiskey tastings, and other events starting the night before the first show. Well... we're back with all the details! (read more)
Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder has released a brand new single called "The Haves", which comes from his just announced solo album, "Earthling".
The forthcoming record is set to be released on February 11th and was produced by Andrew Watt, it is also the follow-up to Eddie's 2011 solo effort "Ukulele Songs". (read more)
(hennemusic) Deep Purple will release their new covers album, "Turning To Crime", on November 26. Ahead of its arrival, Dutch retailer Plato are streaming preview clips of all of the set's 12 tracks, which was produced by Bob Ezrin and features songs originally done by Cream, The Yardbirds, Bob Dylan and more.
Hear the audio samples at Plato's website here. Deep Purple have already shared full versions of their takes on the 1966 Arthur Lee and Love track, "7 and 7 Is", and the 1969 Fleetwood Mac classic, "Oh Well", in advance of the project's release. (read more)
Alice In Chains' Jerry Cantrell have announced that they will be hosting a very special streaming event from an intimate live performance tonight (Nov 18) from Los Angeles.
The special event will feature an intimate six song performance, storytelling and a Q&A session hosted by actor/comedian, Jeff Garlin, to celebrate the release of Cantrell's new solo album, "Brighten". (read more)
Silverstein have released a music video for their brand new single "It's Over". The band recorded the new video while on their current North American tour.
Guitarist Paul Marc Rousseau had this to say, "This song is the spiral that leads to giving up. Those anxiety packed hours when you can't feel anything but the low, steady crescendo of panic that eventually gets so intense your fingertips lose sensation. (read more)
Zakk Wylde is giving fans another reason to be thankful with the announcement that Black Label Society will be hosting a special livestream listening party for their forthcoming album, "Doom Crew Inc."
The record will be hitting stores on November 26th but fans will be getting an early listen the night before with the special listening party and fan Q&A with the "Thanksgiving Dinner With Black Label Society" event. (read more)
New Jersey-based pop-punk band All Systems Go just released their new single "The One Where They Ride Off Into The Sunset," (produced by Man Overboard's Nik Bruzzese) and to celebrate they tell us about the track. Here is the story:
The lyrics detail frontman Devin Kollmar's relationship with his now-fiancee, from the night they met at a party to their engagement six years later and the simple things that make their relationship stronger. (continue)