Day in Rock Report for 06/09/2022
(hennemusic) Guns N' Roses performed their live debut of the AC/DC classic, "Back In Black", during a June 7 concert in Seville, Spain and fan filmed video footage has been shared online.
The 1980 song follows the appearance of the Australian group's "Highway To Hell" track, "Walk All Over You", in GNR's set three days earlier in Lisbon, Portugal on the opening night of their European tour. (read more)
(hennemusic) Def Leppard are sharing video of a May 26 performance of their 1987 smash, "Pour Some Sugar On Me", at the famed Whisky A Go-Go in Los Angeles, CA.
The group's rare club appearance - part of SiriusXM's Small Stages series - took place before an invitation-only crowd the night before the release of their new album, "Diamond Star Halos." (read more)
(hennemusic) Jack White is premiering a video for "If I Die Tomorrow", a track from his forthcoming album, "Entering Heaven Alive."
The song follows "Taking Me Back (Gently)", "Love Is Selfish", and "Queen Of The Bees" as the fourth preview to the project, which is due July 22 and follows "Fear Of The Dawn" as the Detroit rocker's second album of 2022. (read more)
(hennemusic) Alice in Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell has released a music video for his song "Had To Know", which is a track from his latest solo album, "Brighten."
Directed by Jim Louvau, the clip, says Cantrell, "was filmed during our North American Brighten tour, comprised of footage from many great nights on the road. Thanks to Tyler Bates, Greg Puciato, Gil Sharone, Michael Rozon, Jason Achilles, Roger Manning Jr., and George Adrian for a fun run - looking forward to hitting Europe in a couple weeks." (read more)
(hennemusic) Whitesnake are sharing video of a 2022 remixed version of their 1984 track, "Love Ain't No Stranger", from a newly-available updated version of their 1994 "Greatest Hits" collection.
The tune was originally the fourth single from the band's sixth studio set, "Slide It In", which reached US gold status (500,000 copies) two years later and eventually went on to sell more than 2 million copies in the region. (read more)
(hennemusic) Clutch are teasing their new single, "We Strive For Excellence", ahead of its release on June 14. The band took to Instagram to share a brief audio sample of the tune, which will follow "Red Alert (Boss Metal Zone)" as the second track issued by the Maryland rockers this year.
It is anticipated that both songs will be featured on the group's next studio album, which they previously confirmed was completed last fall as fans await more details about the project. (read more)
(hennemusic) Hanoi Rocks icon Michael Monroe is streaming a video for "Everybody's Nobody", the latest single from his forthcoming album, "I Live Too Fast To Die Young."
"It's a tongue-in-cheek tale about letting go of the 'good old days' and finding the things that make you happy here and now," says Monroe. "A lot of artists in our position seem content to bask in the glow of nostalgia instead of striving to move forward. And since they never 'made it big', they'd rather claim that they never really wanted to. (read more)
The Black Moods have released a farcical music video for their brand new single "Youth Is Wasted On The Young", which is a track from their brand new album, "Into The Night".
The video was filmed at Combs High School in San Tan Valley, AZ and includes appearances from the school's principal and student members alongside the band throughout various skits. (read more)
Texas rockers Blacktop Mojo have released their second animated video for their two part compilation series, "Darlin I Won't Tell", which was preceded by "Jealousy / Make Believe" in April.
Created by frontman Matt James and bassist Catt Murtis on the porch of the band's house in Palestine, TX, with an acoustic guitar, "Darlin I Won't Tell" unfolded in Nashville with the help of producer Philip Mosley. (read more)
Rochester, NY rockers A Fitting Revenge have released a music video for their single, "The Overthrow." The track comes from their forthcoming album, "Omnipresence", which will arrive on July 1st.
Ledwing had this to say, "I am beyond excited to let this album loose on the ears of our listeners and metal fans all over the world. We took a scalpel to our sound, recording process, and technique as well as breaking our influences down to the bare atoms to deliver something that we could listen to on repeat. (read more)