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Day in Rock Report for 08/15/2022

The Queen of England had been called on to honor Black Sabbath by member of the British Parliament, Khalid Mahmoon, along with six other MPs and the leader and deputy leader of the city council of the band's hometown of Birmingham.

Mahmoon shared via twitter, "I am humbly requesting Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II @RoyalFamily to bestow and honour to @BlackSabbath for their services to music. There will be a public release on 12th August 2022 at 1pm at Black Sabbath Bench, Broad St". (read more)

Sleeping With Sirens have released a new double single along with videos for the two new tracks "Let You Down" featuring Charlotte Sands and "Ctrl + Alt + Del".

Both songs come from the band's forthcoming studio album, entitled "Complete Collapse", which is set to be released by Sumerian Records on October 14th. (read more)

Alt-rockers A Cure For Love just released their brand new single "Anor Londo," and to celebrate we asked the group to tell us the story behind the song. Here is the story:

The name comes from a certain area in the Dark Souls franchise. This specific area shows up in the first and third games and is pretty memorable on every playthrough. It's the most toxic online experience when trying to play with friends after beating the previous boss and if you stay online to play with your friends the area takes forever to get through, especially on the first time through. (continue)

(hennemusic) Aerosmith are streaming a 1993 Pittsburgh show for the latest episode of their limited-edition 50th anniversary archival concert video series.

The band was filmed live at The Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater in Pittsburgh, PA on July 2, 1993 during the Get A Grip Tour; the footage includes classics such as "Eat The Rich," "Janie's Got A Gun," "Livin' On The Edge" and "Cryin'." (read more)

Sonata Arctica have shared a lyric video for the new acoustic version of their song "I Have A Right," which comes from their forthcoming album "Like Acoustic Adventures - Volume Two".

Henrik "Henkka" Klingenberg had this to say, "We first released 'I Have A Right' as a single ten years ago, lifted from the Stones Grow Her Name album. (read more)

Heart Of Gold have shared a visualizer video for their track "September Sunburn" to celebrate the release of their new album, "Beautiful Dangerous".

Vocalist Michael McGough shared, "There's an irony to this song. September, technically being the end of Summer, yet still getting burnt. It's a subtle demonstration of residual pain and aching long after the cause has disappeared; you still feel it as fresh as it was when it started. The irony, though lightly brushed with a sense of narcissism, is that you slowly begin to enjoy it." (read more)

The Halo Effect have shared a music video for their new song "In Broken Trust". The track comes from their just released debut album, "Days Of The Lost".

Mikael Stanne had this to say about the track, "The song is about betrayal. Either to oneself or onto others. The clinical and unaffected truth might be hard to achieve but the further we stray from it the harder everything gets. (read more)

Buffalo rockers Until I Wake have premiered a music video for their new single, "hope ur happy". The song comes from their forthcoming album, "Inside My Head", that comes out September 9th.

The band had this to say about the new track, "'hope ur happy' is about being in an extremely toxic relationship with a manipulative person incapable of genuinely loving you in your entirety. (read more)

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