Day in Rock Report for 01/14/2022
Vampires Everywhere have released a brand new single called "Sudden Death", along with a music video for the track as they prepare to hit the road next month.
Frontman Michael Vampire had this to say, "I am beyond excited to continue my 12-year journey with Vampires Everywhere into 2022. Bringing back Vampires has inspired me and given me a fresh outlook on my music career. (read more)
Scorpions have released their brand-new single "Rock Believer". The song is the title track to the band's forthcoming album, which is set to be released on February 25th.
They have also announced that they will be releasing a music video for the title track on January 18th. Frontman Klaus Meine had this to say about the song, "Over the years, we've heard people say lots of times that rock is dead. (read more)
Vancouver, BC rockers The Veer Union have released a music video for their brand new single "Standing My Ground". The song comes from the band's forthcoming album, "The Butterfly Effect."
The group had this to say, "When you're knocked down to the lowest point in your life you really have two choices; you can roll over and die or you can face your demons head on. (read more)
After teasing fans on Thursday, Jack White has released his brand new single "Love Is Selfish", accompanied by a music video that he himself directed.
The song comes from his forthcoming album, "Entering Heaven Alive", which will be released on July 22nd and proceeded by another new album, "Fear Of The Dawn" on April 8th (read more)
Blake Shelton fans mark your calendars for June 14th, that is the day Backbeat Books will be releasing Blake Shelton: Happy Anywhere by Carol Cash Large, featuring a forward by the man himself.
Here is the synopsis, "Carol Cash Large, longtime friend of Blake Shelton, helped move the award-winning musician to Nashville just two weeks after he graduated high school at the tender age of seventeen and has been with him every step of the way since. (read more)
(hennemusic) Slash Ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators have released a stream of their new song "Call Off The Dogs" as the latest single from their forthcoming album, "4".
Due February 11, the project"4" marks the guitarist's fifth solo album and fourth overall with his band featuring Kennedy, drummer Brent Fitz, bassist Todd Kerns and guitarist Frank Sidoris. (read more)
(hennemusic) Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder is streaming a lyric video for his new single, "Brother The Cloud", as the latest preview to his forthcoming album, "Earthling."
The track follows "Long Way" and "The Haves" as the third song issued in advance of the project, which sees the Pearl Jam rocker working with producer Andrew Watt. (read more)
Queen's The Greatest video streaming series this week celebrates a truly groundbreaking collaboration: the creation of Queen and the late French ballet legend Maurice Bejart's "Ballet For Life," featuring what would be John Deacon's final live performance.
Inspired by Queen's Made in Heaven album, and driven by the desire to shine a light on the AIDS pandemic and the tragedy of the people who died too young because of it, the internationally renowned choreographer, Maurice Bejart, approached Queen with an extraordinary vision for a new ballet which would draw its inspiration from the lives of Freddie Mercury and Bejart's former principal dance Jorge Donn, both lost to AIDS. (read more)
We are pleased to premiere the lyric video for The After Hours' addictive new rocker "Blow Me Away" and to celebrate we asked Bruce Vayn to tell us about the track which is a great mix of classic metal and modern rock. Here is the story:
"Blow Me Away" was written in one of the darker periods of the ongoing pandemic. For us, it is both a message of hope and despair. It is a song that expresses our frustrations with this sinking ship we're all stuck in, and a calling to arms for real and lasting change. (continue)