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Day in Rock Report for 05/06/2022

The Rolling Stones have shared two previously unheard recordings, "Tumbling Dice" and "Hot Stuff," which were recorded at the Stones' famous secret concerts at the 300-capacity Toronto club El Mocambo in March 1977.

UMe sent over these details: The two tracks are set to feature on the upcoming Live At The El Mocambo album, which is being released in full for the very first time on Friday, May 13th. The album will be available on double CD, 4 LP Black Vinyl, 4 LP Neon Vinyl and digitally. It features the Stones' full set from the March 5 show, plus three bonus tracks from the March 4 gig, newly mixed by Bob Clearmountain. (read more)

Arcade Fire celebrate the release of their sixth studio album, "We", by announcing the details for a world tour this fall that they will be launching in support of the new effort.

They will be kicking things off with a European leg that will feature support from special guest Feist and is set to begin on August 30th in Dublin, IE at the 3Arena. (read more)

A Day To Remember have announced an epic run of new North American tour dates featuring special guests The Used, The Ghost Inside (on select dates), Beartooth, Bad Omens, Movements, and Magnolia Park.

The tour is broken up into two legs. The Just Some Shows leg will be taking place this summer and is set to kick off on July 27th in Baltimore, MD at the Pier SixPavilion and will conclude on August 27th in Portsmouth, VA at the Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion. (read more)

The Offspring have shared an animated video for their new single "Behind Your Walls," which they describe as an "eerily beautiful animated short depicts a couple trying to navigate a desolate post-apocalyptic landscape riddled with seemingly insurmountable obstacles."

Director and animator Jeb Hardwick worked closely with lead singer and songwriter Dexter Holland to create a visual accompaniment to the song's lyrics. (read more)

AWOLNATION just released their new overs and collaborations album, "My Echo, My Shadow, My Covers and Me", and to celebrate Aaron Bruno shared commentary about each track on the record:

"Beds Are Burning (featuring Tim McIlrath of Rise Against)" - "Ever since I was much younger, I would sing along to this song. The singer may have the coolest dance moves in music video history. I think this song speaks for itself in terms of the message and meaning of the song. I was excited that Tim from Rise Against performed on this one in particular, given the power and influence his lyrics and music have had for so many years." (read more)

(hennemusic) Metallica are sharing pro-shot video of a performance of their 1984 classic, "Creeping Death", from an April 30 concert at Campo Argentino de Polo in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The track from the group's second album, "Ride The Lightning", was featured as part of the band's set during the second show of a rescheduled South American tour that opened in Santiago, Chile three nights earlier. (read more)

(hennemusic) The Black Crowes performed a series of classic tracks at the Stagecoach Festival in Indio, CA on May 1, and pro-shot video from the event has surfaced online.

The band can be seen delivering "Twice As Hard" and "She Talks To Angels" as part of a 10-song set that highlighted material from their 1990 debut, "Shake Your Money Maker." (read more)

King's X have announced that they have completed work on their new studio album, their first new music in over 14 years, and have inked a worldwide deal with InsideOutMusic/Sony Music.

The new album, their 13th studio effort, will be released on September 2nd. The band members, dUg Pinnick, Ty Tabor & Jerry Gaskill, each shared comments about the big news. (read more)

Dave Stewart has shared his reaction to the news that Eurythmics will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year as part of the class of 2022.

Stewart shared, "I'm thrilled that Annie and I will be among such great artists that have been inducted through the years. I'm sure they all have battled their way through many situations and put in way more than the 10,000 hours to arrive at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. It's difficult to get onto even the tiniest stage and have the confidence to play your music. The journey that happens, if that music becomes successful, is impossible to explain. Annie and I have a very strong bond - that no matter what - can never be broken. (read more)

North Carolina brother musical trio Billingsley just released their brand new single and video "Long Shot" and to celebrate we asked them to tell us about the track. Here is the story:

"Emma is the one that I want!" The song Long Shot is a real life attempt to score a real life girl who sings for a band out of Canada. A book we were reading mentioned that many of man's accomplishments came about in an attempt to gain the affection of a lady, and that passage definitely helped inspire this song. But what's the best way to shoot your shot, so to speak? How do you get a girl like her? After running over different ideas for the song, the funniest option was to make her jealous! (continue)

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