Day in Rock Report for 08/05/2022
Slipknot have shared a stream of their brand new single, "Yen". The track comes from their forthcoming album, "The End, So Far", which will arrive on September 30th.
"Yen" has been released to all streaming platforms and digital retailers and is the follow up to the new album's lead single, "The Dying Song (Time to Sing" that was revealed last month. (read more)
Panic! At The Disco have released a video for their brand new song "Local God." The track comes from their forthcoming album, "Viva Las Vengeance", which will be hitting stores on August 19th.
The new song follows the band's previous hit singles "Middle of a Breakup" and "Viva Las Vengeance," with the title track gave the band their third No. 1 on Billboard's Alternative Airplay Chart.
Priscilla Block has shared a lyric video for her brand new single, "Off The Deep End". Block cowrote the upbeat track with Martin Johnson and Brandon Paddock.
She had this to say, "We had such a blast creating 'Off the Deep End.' Hope this one gets you feeling a little wild whether it's at the bar, at the pool, or you found your Boat Daddy for the summer! (read more)
Fallujah have shared a visualizer for their brand new single, "Soulbreaker." The song comes from the band's forthcoming album, "Empyrean", that will be released on September 9th.
Guitarist Scott Carstairs had this to say, "Prepare to have your mind melted by our latest track 'Soulbreaker.' This will be our third and final single from our monstrous record 'Empyrean' out on 9/9. (read more)
The Rolling Stones have released two 4K restored versions of the official music videos of their classic "Jumpin' Jack Flash". Originally produced in 1968 the videos have been faithfully restored in 4K resolution.
The video releases are two different versions of "Jumpin' Jack Flash" (one with makeup and one without) directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg (The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, Let It Be) and were shot over the course of a single day at Olympic Studios in London during the spring of '68. (read more)
Armor For Sleep have released a music video for their brand new single, "Whatever, Who Cares", which comes from their forthcoming album, "The Rain Museum" (out September 9th.
The new video was directed by Jesse Korman (Hot Water Music, The Juliana Theory) and the song follows the release of "How Far Apart," that marked their first new music in 15 years. (read more)
At The Gates have premiered a new music video for their track "Garden Of Cyrus", which is a song from the band's most recent studio album "The Nightmare Of Being".
Frontman Tomas Lindberg Redant shared, "For our latest video, 'Garden Of Cyrus', we have once again chosen to work with our long-time partner Costin Chioreanu. And I think it is safe to say that this time he has truly outdone himself! (read more)
For The Fallen Dreams have released a music video for their new single, "Sulfate". The track was produced by Jonathan Dolese at Konkrete Studios (Cane Hill), with vocal production by Daniel "DL" Laskiewicz (All That Remains, Bad Wolves).
Vocalist Chad Ruhlig had this to say about the new song, "It's been a welcomed and refreshing challenge to find ways to incorporate new elements into our music after 15 years. (read more)
Stratovarius have released a new single called "Firefly". The track comes from the band's forthcoming album, "Survive", which will be hitting stores on September 23rd.
Jens Johansson had this to say about the new single, "It's one of the poppier songs on the record, and a little bit more lighthearted, although love is always complicated. (read more)
Vio-Lence have announced that they have recruited Ira Black (BulletBoys, Metal Church, I Am Morbid) to fill in for guitarist Phil Demmel for upcoming tour dates including their South American run and winter European tour, kicking off at the Brutal Assault Festival on August 9th in the Czech Republic.
Black who grew up in the Bay Area and played with thrash bands Vicious Rumors, Heathen, and Metal Church got the Vio-Lence call by Phil in early 2022. (read more)
Jack White's second solo album of 2022 "Entering Heaven Alive" has debuted at #9 on the Billboard Top 200, giving White his second top 10 album debut of 2022.
The new record has also topped six different charts upon its release - #1 "Top Alternative Albums," "Top Americana/Folk Albums," "Top Rock Albums," "Top Rock And Alternative Albums," "Vinyl Albums," and "Tastemaker Albums." (read more)
Becoming The Archetype have shared a visualizer video for their new single, "The Calling". The track comes from their forthcoming album, "Children of the Great Extinction", which will arrive on August 26th.
Seth Hecox had this to say about the song, "'The Calling' holds a special place in my heart. It was one of the first songs I began writing riffs for a couple years ago when we were in the early stages of writing songs for this new album. As I was putting it together, it almost felt like I was channeling the old-school BtA spirit. I mean, that original Terminate Damnation energy. (read more)
Hard rock supergoup The Dead Daisies have shared a lyric video for their brand new single, "Hypnotize Yourself", which comes from their forthcoming album, "Radiance" (out September 30th).
Frontman Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple, Black Country Communion) had this to say, "The four chords that created early British Rock music, are here in one of my fave songs. Back to the roots, primal, sassy, organic & soulful.., 'Hypnotize Yourself." (read more)
UMC have announced that they are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Rory Gallagher's sophomore album, "Deuce," by releasing a deluxe CD boxset will be released on September 30th.
We were sent these details: The extensive celebratory release digs deep into the Rory Gallagher Archives and will include a new mix of the original album, twenty-eight previously unreleased alternate takes, a six-song 1972 BBC Radio 'In Concert', and seven Radio Bremen radio session tracks. The package will contain a 64-page hardback book with a foreword by Johnny Marr of The Smiths, unseen images by the late Mick Rock, essays, and memorabilia from the album recording. The 2CD and 3LP will be cut down versions from the deluxe box and there will be a special D2C 1LP of the "BBC In Concert - Live at The Paris Theatre, 13 January 1972." (read more)
(hennemusic) Metallica performed a pair of songs from their 1986 album classic, "Master Of Puppets", during a July 28 appearance at Lollapalooza in Chicago, IL, and the band are sharing video from the event.
"Battery" and the record's title track bookended the group's three-song encore at the 2022 edition, where Metallica closed out the first night of the four-day event, which also saw headlining sets over the weekend by Dua Lipa, J. Cole and Green Day. (read more)
(hennemusic) Liam Gallagher is streaming his cover of the 1974 John Lennon track, "Bless You", that comes from the Oasis frontman's newly-released EP "Diamond In The Dark."
Gallagher delivers the song - from Lennon's "Walls And Bridges" album - as part of the EP after he first included it on the vinyl deluxe edition of his 2022 album, "C'mon You Know." (read more)
(hennemusic) Whitesnake are streaming a 2022 remix of their 1987 track, "You're Gonna Break My Heart Again", from their newly-available remixed and remastered "Greatest Hits" collection.
The song was originally featured on the European version of the band's self-titled album - one of three records featured on the set, alongside 1984's "Slide It In" and 1989's "Slip Of The Tongue", as well as other deep cuts and rarities. (read more)
The Brother Brothers just released their new "Cover To Cover" album where they perform some of their favorite songs, and to celebrate we asked them to tell us about their version of the Beatles classic "I Will". Here is the story:
For our latest album we chose to cover 12 songs, and possibly the easiest song to decide on and work out was "I Will" by Paul McCartney/John Lennon. We've been listening to this song since we were 6 or 7 years old and have always loved it and sang harmonies to the original recording. When Adam was learning to play guitar it was the 3rd song he ever learned! It was a great introduction to bar chords. (continue)