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Day in Rock Report for 01/23/2022

A Day To Remember recruited Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 as a guest vocalist for a brand new version of the song "Re-Entry", which they just released as their latest single.

This is the first time that the band has ever collaborated with Hoppus and they felt that "Re-Entry" was a great song to re-do with him since it was very influenced by Blink-182. (read more)

Thomas Rhett has announced that he will be hitting the road this summer and fall for his Bring The Bar To You Tour of the U.S. that will feature special guests Parker McCollum and Conner Smith.

Rhett named the tour after a track on his forthcoming album, "Where We Started", which it set to be released on April 1st. Tickets will be going on sale Friday, January 28 at 10 a.m. local time. (read more)

Switchfoot have released a music video for their track "beloved". The song comes from the band's latest album, "interrobang", which hit stores last summer.

The video was directed by frequent Switchfoot collaborator Erick Frost. frontman Jon Foreman had this to say, "I wanted to set the tone for the album with this song: addressing the listener as you and seeing myself in the face staring back at me. (read more)

The Rave-Ups have shared their new single "Coming After Me". The song comes from the band' first new album in 31 years, which will be entitled "Tomorrow" and will be released on February 4th.

Jimmer Podrasky had this to say about the new track, "'Coming After Me' started as a completely autobiographical song, focused solely on a very dark, very lost time in my life when I wound-up being held on a '5150' (an involuntary 72-hour hold in custody). (read more)

As Whitesnake embark on their final chapter with a farewell tour, Reelz TV have announced the premiere of Whitesnake: Story of Their Songs on Saturday, February 19 at 8pm ET/ 5pm PT.

Here is the synopsis for the episode, "Spawned from the mind of former Deep Purple frontman David Coverdale the British rock band Whitesnake first appeared on the English music scene in 1978 and would soon achieve global stardom. (read more)

Papa Roach have released a brand new single called "Stand Up". It was produced by Jason Evigan (Dua Lipa, G-Eazy, Maroon 5), and is the follow up to their previous tracks "Dying To Believe" and "Kill The Noise".

Frontman Jacoby Shaddix had this to say about the new single, "'Stand Up' is inspired by the social unrest of marginalized people throughout the world.

"It's about feeling of wanting to give up when you're backed against the wall. For the ones that have been oppressed for so long that a sense of hopelessness is all they have. (read more)

Kip Moore has revisited one of fan's most loved tracks from his platinum selling debut album, "Up All Night", with an undated version of "Crazy One More Time".

The song has become of the most requested tracks on the road for Moore and it has been streamed over 20 million times since it was originally released on the "Up All Night" record back in 2012. (read more)

(hennemusic) John Mellencamp is streaming his new album, "Strictly A One-Eyed Jack", in sync with its release on January 21. The project presents a dozen new songs, including three with Bruce Springsteen, with whom Mellencamp shared the set's lead single, "Wasted Days", back in September.

"I still make albums, even though there's not a lot of demand for albums in today's singles world," the rocker tells the Wall Street Journal. "I still look at albums as a distinctive piece of work, not just a bunch of songs." (read more)

Comeback Kid are celebrating the release of their brand new studio album, "Heavy Steps", with the release of a Dylan Gould directed performance video for their track "Face The Fire".

Frontman Andrew Neufeld had this to say about the video, "We were finally able to operate as a band again and tour over the last 5 months and this new video 'Face The Fire' is a collection of footage and photos that I collected over that time. It is an accurate reflection of what our live shows encompass and that specific energy that we have missed so much." (read more)

King's X star Ty Tabor has announced that Rat Pak Records will be releasing his brand new solo album, which will be entitled "Shades", on March 4th.

"Shades" will be Tabor's 11th solo album and will include 10 new song, as well as 3 bonus tracks. Ty had this to say, "When it comes to what I write for solo material, I don't really think about bands or anything like that. (read more)

Fort Worth rockers Lockjaw have released a music video for their latest single, "Living in My Head". The song was produced by Chris Collier (Korn, KMX) and the video directed by Jeremy Peterson.

The band had this to say, "'Living in My Head' was a song we felt had to be released early on this album because it really hits home with what the world is going through now. (read more)

Miami, FL rockers Of The Wasteland recently released a video for their latest single "Midnight Vampire" and to celebrate we asked guitarist and the song's writer Johnathan Flannagan to tell us about the track. Here is the story:

Vampires and all things darkness have been a part of my life since I was child. To fundamentally understand where Midnight Vampire came from, all one needs do is look at what influenced me. (continue)

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