Day in Rock Report for 08/03/2022
(hennemusic) Def Leppard is streaming a lyric video for "This Guitar", a track from their "Diamond Star Halos" album that includes a guest appearance by Alison Krauss.
The latest single from the UK band's twelfth studio album joins "Lifeless" as one of two songs featuring Krauss on the project, which sees Def Leppard mix their own classic sound with early 1970s influences including David Bowie, T. Rex and Mott The Hoople. (read more)
The Deftones have announced that they are bringing back their Dia De Los Deftones music festival this year, after the event was put on hiatus for the past two years.
The third annual Dia De Los Deftones will be taking place on Saturday, November 5th at Gallagher Square at Petco Park in San Diego and will also feature Turnstile, Phantogram, Freddie Gibbs, Audrey Nuna, Destroy Boys, Provoker, and Cold Gawd. (read more)
Black Veil Brides, Motionless In White and Ice Nine Kills have announced that they are expanding their Trinity Of Terror triple headline tour with a brand new fall leg.
The new North American leg will include special guests Atreyu and it set to kick off on Halloween (October 31st) at El Paso County Coliseum in El Paso, TX, with additional dates still to be announced. (read more)
The Bronx have announced that they will be teaming up with The Chats for a North American coheadline tour this fall that will feature support from Drug Church and Scowl.
Frontman Matt Caughthran had this to say, "We are beyond stoked to be heading out with The Chats, Drug Church, and Scowl this fall. All of the bands are at pivotal and special moments in their careers, and all of the bands kick f***ing ass. These shows are guaranteed to be absolutely insane." (read more)
(hennemusic) Iron Maiden are sharing a video thanking fans for their support of the just-completed European leg of the 2022 Legacy Of The Beast Tour. The series opened in Zagreb, Croatia in late May and saw the group wrap things up on July 31 in Lisbon, Portugal.
Singer Bruce Dickinson and drummer Nicko McBrain offered their thoughts on the series in a new video recap package, with the band adding: "The first leg of the 2022 tour is in the bag...thanks to everyone who came to see us! A short break, then we're heading to the other side of the Atlantic." (read more)
(hennemusic) Alter Bridge have premiered an animated music video for their new single "Silver Tongue", as the latest preview to their forthcoming album, "Pawns & Kings."
Animated and directed by Ollie Jones, the clip for song follows the recent release of the title track to the Florida band's seventh studio record, which was produced by longtime associate Michael Baskette and will be issued on October 14. (read more)
(hennemusic) The Kinks have announced a new series of reissues marking the 50th anniversary of a pair of early 1970s albums. Due September 9, the band will release remastered editions of their tenth record, 1971's "Muswell Hillbillies", and 1972's "Everyone's In Show-Biz."
The projects marked the start of a new chapter for the UK band: they signed a new record deal with RCA, looked back on their upbringing in London and began to turn their attention to the American public. (read more)
(hennemusic) Oasis are streaming an upgraded HD video for "All Around The World" ahead of the August 19 release of a 25th anniversary reissue of "Be Here Now."
New limited-edition collectors formats will be available to celebrate the album anniversary; these include a double silver colored LP on heavyweight vinyl, plus a picture disc, cassette and merch bundles exclusively available on the official store. (read more)
(hennemusic) Whitesnake are streaming a 2022 remix of their 1989 track, "Now You're Gone", from their newly-available remixed and remastered "Greatest Hits" collection.
The UK Top 40 hit was originally the third 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)
Las Vegas rockers Amarionette recently released a new song called "Rescue Me" as the second single from their forthcoming album, and to celebrate we asked them to tell us about the track. Here is the story:
On "Rescue Me" there was a lot back and forth writing the lyrics and melody to this track. We actually finished the chorus first, and never had to change anything about it because we all loved it immediately. (continue)