Day in Rock Report for 05/30/2022
Reelz have announced that the special program "Guns N' Roses: Story of Their Songs" will premiere on the television network on Sunday, June 12th at 8pm ET/ 5pm PT as part of their June programming.
They sent over the following synopsis: With more than 80 million albums sold worldwide and more than $700 million in concert ticket sales Guns N' Roses lit up the world of rock music with an unflinching run of hit songs enroute to becoming one of the most popular bands in rock history. (read more)
(hennemusic) The Soundgarden/Nirvana supergroup 3rd Secret are streaming video for "Rhythm Of The Ride", as the latest track from their recently-released self-titled debut album.
The footage features Krist Novoselic on acoustic guitar alongside vocalists Jennifer Johnson and Jillian Raye in a live performance captured at Murky Slough studios. (read more)
Bullet For My Valentine have shared a visualizer for their new single, "Stitches." The track was previously only available as bonus track on the Japanese release of their self-titled album.
The song is one of four new tracks that will be included on the forthcoming deluxe edition of their self-titled album, that is set to be released on July 8th. (read more)
(hennemusic) Metallica delivered the 2022 tour debut of "Fight Fire With Fire" during a May 12 show in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and the band are sharing video from the event.
The opening track from 1983's "Ride The Lightning" joined 2008's "Cyanide' and 2017's "Hardwired" as one of three songs to receive their first performance this year during the show at the city's Estadio do Mineirao. (read more)
Dan Reed Network have released a music video for their new single "Homegrown". The track comes from their forthcoming album, "Let's Hear It For The King", which is set to hit stores on June 17th.
"This is the heaviest, funkiest and most melodic DRN album to date," says Dan Reed. "These songs are the strongest representation of the band's sound that we've ever created. You have been warned!" (read more)
The Michael Schenker Group have premiered a lyric video for their track "Under Attack" to celebrate the release of their brand new studio album, "Universal".
Schenker had this to say, "I'm excited about the release of the new album Universal today. It's a great album, catchy, and true craftsmanship. The feedback so far has been very positive. Enjoy and keep on rocking!" (read more)
Skid Row have released a music video for their new single "The Gang's All Here". The song is the title track to the band's forthcoming studio album, which will be available October 14th.
"'The Gang's All Here,' for me, represents the brotherhood of this band," says Scotti Hill. "And with the addition of Erik [Gronwall], our bond is more solid than ever." (read more)
Hank Williams Jr. has released a music video for his new track, "Jesus, Won't You Come By Here." The song comes from his forthcoming album, "Rich White Honky Blues", which is hitting stores on June 17th.
According to the announcement, the Tim Hardiman directed video, "features footage from the recording sessions of Rich White Honky Blues at Nashville's Easy Eye Sound studio, interspersed with scenes of peaceful small-town living." (read more)
Dawes have released a performance video for their new single "Comes In Waves," which was directed by Caitlin Gerard at Hollywood, CA's historic EastWest Studios.
The song comes from the group's forthcoming album, "Misadventures Of Doomscroller," that is set to be released on July 22nd. Frontman Taylor Goldsmith had this to say about the track, "I had this riff and one of the verses for a while. (read more)
Gibson has announced that they have won a historic and definitive court ruling on their iconic guitar shapes and trademarks. The court ruling by jury asserts the validity of Gibson trademarks -- deems them not generic -- putting Gibson in a position to own their legacy innovations and be future focused, according to the announcement. Prime PR sent over these details:
The court's decision by jury today, to uphold Gibson's long-established and well-recognized trademarks for Gibson's innovative and iconic guitar shapes is a win for Gibson and the music community at large. The court found that the Gibson Trademarks are valid, the Gibson shapes are not generic, and the defendants were guilty of both infringement and counterfeiting. Gibson is very pleased with the outcome after years of simply trying to protect their brand and business through well recognized intellectual property rights, rights that have been Gibson's for decades. (read more)