Day in Rock Report for 12/02/2021
We are excited to premiere Budderside's brand new single "Too Far" and the track's thought providing music video, ahead of their official release tomorrow, December 3rd.
The "Too Far" video literally takes fans to the Sunset Strip for a dramatic video that tackles the heavy topics of infidelity inspired murder and suicide, set to a rockin' song that perfectly blends old school with a modern industrial feel. (read more)
August Burns Red have shared a brand new live performance video for their song "Paramount". The track comes from the band's 2020 album, "Guardians".
The group had the following to say about the brand new live performance clip, "We got to play 'Paramount' live for the first time on our recent fall tour. (read more)
Voivod have announced that they will be releasing their brand new studio album, entitled "Synchro Anarchy", on February 11th via Century Media Records.
Michel "Away" Langevin had this to say about the effort, "We are eager to present our latest work, a real collaborative effort. The new album represents countless hours of writing, demoing, recording, mixing and so on." (read more)
Marshall Crenshaw has shared two new tracks that will be included as bonuses on a special reissued of his 1999 album "#447", which is set to hit stores on February 4, 2022.
Crenshaw shared these details about the new tracks, "These songs are the first brand-new material that I've recorded since 2016. The A-side, 'Will of the Wind,' was written and recorded by me during the first months of lockdown in early 2020. I had no way to get together with other musicians, so I did the whole thing by myself. (read more)
Memphis May Fire have released a music video for their brand new single "Somebody", which is the fourth recent track released by the band in the past several months.
Frontman Matty Mullins had this to say, "The response to our latest single 'Somebody' has been unreal, so we decided to shoot a music video for it to tell the story even further. (read more)
Red Fang are giving fans an opportunity to try out their own Katana-skills as seen in the band's "Arrows" video, with the new, single player "Blade To Waste" video game.
Relapse Records and Red Fang will be offering three top scorers a variety of prize packs including a grand prize featuring the Red Fang x Psycho Las Vegas Fortune Hunter Gambler's Pack (a custom deck of cards, casino-grade dice, a forged metal challenge coin with a custom box, Arrows vinyl and a t-shirt). (read more)
Music icon Carlos Santana has shared the news that he is currently recovering from an unscheduled heart procedure, and has been forced to cancel the December dates for his Las Vegas Residency.
He is expected to recover in time to perform the January 2022 dates of his ongoing residency, An Intimate Evening with Santana: Greatest Hits Live at the House of Blues stage inside Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. (read more)
Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder has announced that he and his solo bandmates the Earthlings will be playing a series of shows in the U.S. early next year.
Glen Hansard will be supporting all shows on the tour that is set to kick off with two shows at the Beacon Theatre in New York City on February 3rd and 4th. (read more)
Keith Urban has announced that he will be bringing his first world tour in four years to North America next summer, which will also feature Ingrid Andress.
The Speed Of Now World Tour leg is set to kick off on June 17th in Tampa, FL at the MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre and will wrap up on November 5th in St. Paul at the Xcel Center. (read more)
At The Gates have premiered a new music video for their track "Cosmic Pessimism". The song comes from their latest studio album, "The Nightmare of Being".
Frontman Tomas Lindberg Redant had this to say, "'Cosmic Pessimism' is one of the central tracks of the new record. Not only drawing the title from the Eugene Thacker book of the same name, the lyrics actually are written by Eugene himself. (read more)
(hennemusic) Iron Maiden have expanded the previously-announced 2022 European leg of The Legacy Of The Beast tour.
The band have added a series of May shows in Croatia, Serbia, Romania and Ukraine, and July concert events in Bulgaria and Greece. (read more)
Hot Water Music have announced that they have added some new dates in Canada to their 2022 tour plans that they are launching in support of their new album.
The new album will be entitled "Feel The Void" and it is set to be released on March 18th. The band recently shared the first single from the effort, a track called "Killing Time". (read more)
The Kut has revealed a music video for her new single "ANIMO ", to celebrate just inking a US distribution deal with Amplified (Alliance / AMPED / MNRK), for her second album.
Meaning 'courage' or 'spirit', ANIMO and the accompanying music video were released and funded by Arts Council England. Dubbed by NYC Takeover as "the revolution waiting to erupt' the latest Kut single is fierce; pepper sprayed with haunting melodies, driving beats and unapologetically packed with grrrl power." (read more)
The mighty Gypsy Pistoleros are taking a run at scoring a Christmas No. 1 in the UK for charity with "Livin La Vida Loca (World Anthem)" their rambunctious cover of the Ricky Martin hit, and to celebrate we asked Gypsy Lee Pistolero to tell us all about it. Here is the story:
Perhaps one of many people's guilty pleasures of a song. Due to us being the only Flamenco Glam Sleaze Rock band in existence, many people in the crowd used to shout for this song at live gigs (As well as La Bamba?). (continue)