Day in Rock Report for 07/21/2022
Muse have released a music video for their brand new single 'Kill Or Be Killed. The track comes from their forthcoming album, "Will Of The People", which will arrive on August 26th.
Matt Bellamy had this to say, "'Kill Or Be Killed' is Muse at their heaviest! We wanted to update our hard rock sound on this album and with 'Kill Or Be Killed' we found a modern metal sound featuring double bass drum action and even a death growl. (read more)
A Day To Remember have shared a cinematic music video for their brand new single "Miracle," which is band's first new music since their 2021 album, You're Welcome.
Earlier this summer, A Day To Remember concluded a string of sold out of tour dates and festival appearances throughout Europe and the UK. Next week, they'll embark on 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. (read more)
Envy Of None, the new project featuring Alex Lifeson (Rush), Andy Curran (Coney Hatch), Alfio Annibalini and singer Maiah Wynne have released a new digital single and lyric video for a remix of the album track "DUMB" - "DUMB (Der Dummkopf remix)".
The new single was created collectively by Envy Of None and chosen for the remix as it had proven to be one of the band's favourite tracks from the album. (read more)
Norma Jean have premiered a music video for their new single, "Sleep Explosion". The track comes form their upcoming ninth album, "Deathrattle Sing For Me", which will hit stores on August 12th.
Vocalist Cory Brandan had this to say, "Destruction is a variant of completion. We were nearing the end of a tour in January 2022, after a series of house shows. It was a couple of months before we started writing Deathrattle Sing For Me when I first heard the demo for this song. [Guitarist] Grayson [Stewart] texted it to me. I looked at my phone and saw the mock title 'Valentine's Day Ass Beater.' Immediately, I put on headphones and listened. Why hadn't I heard this yet? It just got me so excited to start writing. (read more)
Tim "Ripper" Owens (ex-Judas Priest) has started working on new music produced by Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed) and Nick Bellmore (Jasta, Dee Snider) that will feature his heaviest songs yet and has shared a teaser video for the project.
Players on the effort include Nick Bellmore (Dee Snider/ex-Toxic Holocaust on drums), Charlie Bellmore (Dee Snider/ex-Toxic Holocaust on guitars), and Chris Beaudette (Jasta/Enteirro on bass). (read more)
Tenille Townes celebrates 7 nominations, more than any other artist, for this year's Canadian Country Music Association Awards, set to take place on Sept. 11 in Calgary.
Townes' nominations include Entertainer of the Year; Amazon Music and Alexa Fans' Choice; Spotify Female Artist of the Year; Ford F-150 Album of the Year Award (Masquerades); and Single, Video, and Songwriter(s) of the Year for "Girl Who Didn't Care." (read more)
(hennemusic) Pearl Jam have canceled a July 20 concert in Vienna, Austria on short notice after Eddie Vedder suffered vocal cord damage during a performance at Lollapalooza Paris on July 17.
"To all those who were anticipating a great Pearl Jam show tonight in Vienna, we were too," shared the band on social media. "However, due to the extreme circumstances at the last outdoor site outside of Paris (heat, dust, and smoke from the fires) our singer Ed Vedder's throat was left damaged. He has seen doctors and had treatment but as of yet, his vocal cords have not recovered. (read more)
Prior to his appearance at this San Diego Comic Convention (Comic-Con International), a 25-foot giant Ozzy Osbourne inflatable designed by Todd McFarlane will be raised on Wednesday (July 20) in the shadow of the San Diego Convention Center welcoming attendees to the iconic event.
Ozzy and Todd McFarlane have confirmed the details for their San Diego Comic Convention (Comic-Con International) signing. (read more)
(hennemusic) Guns N' Roses have announced new concert dates in Thailand and Singapore. "Bangkok, we're coming back for one incredible night!," says the group, adding, "Singapore, we can't F'N' wait."
The band will play SCG Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand on November 9, and Singapore National Stadium on November 12 after two nights in Japan as part of a fall series in Asia. (read more)
We are pleased to premiere the brand new music video from rock music veteran Cordell Winter. The visual is for the new single "Feed Your Head".
Cordell had this to say about the song and video, "Feed Your Head Is a song about pushing the limits of yourself to obtain a perception of life that is truly as free and abundant as you make it. You are your own reality. (read more)
(hennemusic) The Cult have expanded their 2022 tour of North America with a series of newly-announced fall dates.
The current and first leg of "We Own The Night" series - which opened in St. Paul, MN on July 8 - will wrap up July 30 in Rama, ON before the group returns to the road for more shows starting in Vancouver, BC on September 15. (read more)
(hennemusic) Metallica are streaming pro-shot video of a performance of their 1991 classic, "Sad But True", at the Bilbao Bizkaia Rock Day in Bilbao, Spain on July 3.
The track was the fifth single from their self-titled record - aka The Black Album - which delivered the band's commercial breakthrough as Metallica's first record to top the US charts while going on to sell 16 million copies in the country and more than 31 million worldwide. (read more)
(hennemusic) Whitesnake are streaming video featuring the 2022 remix of their 1989 hit, "The Deeper The Love", from their newly-available remixed and remastered "Greatest Hits" collection.
The US and UK Top 40 hit was originally the second single from the "Slip Of The Tongue" album, which is one of three records featured on the set, alongside 1984's "Slide It In" and 1987's "Whitesnake", as well as other deep cuts and rarities. (read more)
JUNO Award-winning alternative rockers MONOWHALES recently released their new single "StuckintheMiddle," and to celebrate we asked vocalist Sally Shaar to tell us about the track. Here is the story:
[Trigger Warning: Self-Harm] As we all know this pandemic hit us all in unforgivable ways. One positive to come out of the experience is that songwriting with folks overseas became in a way -- more accessible. I'm sure there are a lot of relatable stories about how we all had to adapt to video chatting every day to keep our work or social life up in one way or another. Thanks to this uptick in tech-savviness we were able to connect with writers in a space that felt different but in a strange way also normal. (continue)