Day in Rock Report for 06/13/2022
(hennemusic) The Rolling Stones have postponed a June 13 concert in Amsterdam, The Netherlands after Mick Jagger tested positive for COVID-19 just hours before the event.
"The Rolling Stones have been forced to call off tonight's concert in Amsterdam at the Johan Cruijff ArenA, following Mick Jagger testing positive after experiencing symptoms of COVID upon arrival at the stadium," announced the band. (read more)
Slipknot have announced a brand new U.S. fall leg of their Knotfest Roadshow 2022 Tour, which will also feature maestros Ice Nine Kills and Crown The Empire.
The trek is scheduled to kick off on September 20th in Nashville, TN at the Bridgestone Arena and will wrap up on October 7th in Irvine, Ca at the FivePoints Amphitheater. (read more)
Aerosmith's Joe Perry has announced that he will be playing his first new solo shows in over four years with three The Joe Perry Project shows this summer.
The shows include Thursday July 21 at Hampton Beach Casino (Hampton, NH); Friday, July 22 at Leader Bank Pavilion (Boston, MA) with Special guest with ZZ Top; and Saturday, July 23 at the Atlantic City Hard Rock Casino (Atlantic City, NJ). (read more)
Radiohead offshoot The Smile have announced that they are bringing their successful live show to North America this fall for the very first time, following their current UK/European tour.
The band, Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood and Tom Skinner, will be launching their first tour of the U.S. and Canada in support of their debut album, "A Light for Attracting Attention" which arrive in May digitally and will be released in physical formats this Friday, June 17th. (read more)
In Flames have premiered a music video for their brand new single, "State of Slow Decay," to celebrate the news that they have re-signed with Nuclear Blast Records.
Frontman Anders Friden had this to say about the deal and new song, "We have always done our own thing without any pressure from the outside world, BUT being back with Nuclear Blast worldwide has for sure inspired us to write a host of new material that includes the past, the present, and the future. (read more)
New York rockers The Sweet Things have released a new music video for their track "Ain't Got Enough Room (In My Heart)." The song comes from their recently released sophomore album, "Brown Leather".
The video was filmed at a motel and various locations in Montauk, NY and directed by The Sweet Things' founding member, lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Dave Tierney with actress and film director Scarlett Thiele. (read more)
(hennemusic) KISS are streaming their newly-available live package, "Off The Soundboard: Live At Donington 1996", in sync with its June 10th release.
The project captures the group's original lineup of Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss in performance on August 17, 1996 at the UK's Monsters Of Rock festival during the band's Alive/Worldwide reunion tour. (read more)
(hennemusic) Alice In Chains singer William DuVall is streaming his newly-released album, "11.12.21 Live-In-Studio Nashville", in sync with its arrival on June 10.
The rocker's second solo record captures an explosive power trio performance recorded live direct-to-disc at the famed Welcome To 1979 Studio in Nashville, TN on November 12, 2021. (read more)
Reelz TV have announced that the new special "Skid Row: Breaking the Band" will premiere on the television network on Sunday, June 26th at 10pm ET/ 7pm PT.
Here is the synopsis: "Skid Row burst onto the rock and roll scene in 1989 with a leg up from band co-founder Dave 'Snake' Sabo who was childhood friends with Jon Bon Jovi. (read more)
Riley Pearce just released his brand new album, "The Water and the Rough", and to celebrate we asked the acclaimed Australian born singer-songwriter to tell us about the song "The Water". Here is the story:
Perth is the most isolated city on the planet and some days you feel that more than most. In trying to build something from my music I was really focused on the east coast, Melbourne specifically as that's where I was born, I still had a lot of family there, my management team and the music scene there was really strong. I really wanted to be part of that Melbourne music scene community and had worked to move there at the end of 2019. (continue)