Day in Rock Report for 07/24/2022
The Red Hot Chili Peppers have announced that they will be releasing a new double album, entitled "Return of the Dream Canteen", on October 14th, their second studio album release of 2022.
The band had this to say, "We went in search of ourselves as the band that we have somehow always been. Just for the fun of it we jammed and learned some old songs. Before long we started the mysterious process of building new songs. (read more)
Aerosmith have announced that they will be continuing their 50th anniversary celebrations with the launch of a special video series called
"50 Years Live!: From the Aerosmith Vaults".
The band's new "official bootleg" streaming concert series featuring five deep, archival, and unreleased multi-camera live shows from Aerosmith's vast personal vaults. (read more)
Lacuna Coil have released a Trilathera directed music video for their new single, "Tight Rope XX", to celebrate the announcement of their new album, "Comalies XX," being released on October 14th.
The band had this to say about the upcoming album and new single, "Welcome to 'Comalies XX', a brand-new record. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of 'Comalies', we felt this special album deserved more than a remastering. (read more)
Chase Rice has announced that he will be releasing the full version of his song "Key West & Colorado" on Friday, July 29th. The reflective song is the latest preview of the forthcoming album Rice recently recorded in his rural Tennessee home-turned-studio.
The song was one of the first recorded for the project during that marathon at-home session, with Rice describing it as "the heart of the record." (read more)
Blues Traveler has announced that they will be continuing their 35th Anniversary Tour with the addition of new dates to the trek this fall, as well as rescheduled previously postponed dates.
They will be kicking things off on September 27th with the rescheduled New Haven, CT date and will wrap up the tour with the rescheduled Charleston, SC show. (read more)
Dimestore Dolls shared an animated music video for their song "Down To Mechanics", from their just released debut album, "Wooly Mamas", that hit stores last Friday, July 22nd.
The video was animated by the Los Angeles animation production and motion design studio Zookeeper (NBC's "The Good Place," "The Wall"). (read more)
Lissie premiered the music video for her brand new single, "Night Moves". The track comes from her forthcoming "Americana-tinged indie folk album", Carving Canyons which will arrive on September 16th.
She had this to say about the new visual, "We shot the Night Moves video about an hour outside of Portland, OR. The director Sergio Cilli, crew and I got a beautiful cabin near Mt. Hood and pulled off a pretty intense late night shoot! (read more)
ONOFF have delivered an assertive yet comedic take on the current power struggle between the general public and corrupt governments with their new single, "Blah Blah Blah," taken from their upcoming album due in early 2023.
"Music is a never-ending story, one that's always evolving...but could it really end fascism alone?" asks ONOFF lead singer and guitarist Paulie. "Not likely, but a certain song can unify us, the people. (read more)
Combat-Veterans turned musical duo, War Hippies, have released their haunting new single called "The Hangman" narrating the story of an outlaw and an angel.
Duo members Scott Brown and Donnie Reis are no newcomers to the music scene, both successful in their own paths before joining forces. Scott Brown is the lead singer of the accomplished Scooter Brown Band while Donnie is an acclaimed violinist, songwriter and producer. (read more)