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Day in Rock Report for 09/11/2022

(hennemusic) Ozzy Osbourne has released a video for "One Of Those Days" featuring Eric Clapton, the latest single from his newly-available album, "Patient Number 9."

Clapton is one of several guests on the singer's thirteenth studio record, which also sees appearances by Jeff Beck, Tony Iommi, Mike McCready of Pearl Jam, Taylor Hawkins of Foo Fighters, Duff McKagan of Guns N' Roses and Chris Chaney of Jane's Addiction. (read more)


Metal supergroup Firstborne, featuring former Megadeth star James Lomanzo and former Lamb Of God drummer Chris Adler, have released two brand new songs, "Bad Things" and "One Of A Kind".

Aside from Adler and Lomenzo, Firstborne also features guitarist Myrone and vocalist Girish Pradhan. Both songs were self produced by the band with mixing / mastering by longtime collaborator Machine. (read more)


Four of The Beach Boys' most timeless and legendary songs - "Barbara Ann," "Don't Worry Baby," "Wouldn't It Be Nice," and "God Only Knows" - serve as the soundtrack to a stunning, unprecedented four-part video series that builds on itself to become one long narrative when watched in order or can be enjoyed individually. Directed by Andrew Litten, who's worked with Anderson .Paak, Pusha T, and Earth, Wind & Fire, the cinematic story, which was beautifully filmed in South Africa with a local cast of actors, captures what it's like to be young and in love as it traces a high school romance between surfing-obsessed Helena (Zoe Manoek) and Lucas (Toby De Goede), an aspiring photographer who's the new kid in town, and the difficult decisions they each must make as graduation looms and their future's beckon. (read more)


Bay area thrash metal icons Testament have released a music video for the track 'WWIII' to celebrate the release of their "Titans Of Creation Video Album".

The limited-edition collectible features performance videos of all the tracks on their thirteenth studio album, Titans Of Creation, which arrived back in 2020. (read more)


Florida Georgia Line star Tyler Hubbard released a new music video his new song "Everybody Needs A Bar," off his six-song project Dancin' In the Country.

"Everybody Needs a Bar," co-written by Hubbard, Jordan Schmidt and Zachary Kale, offers up the idea that everyone needs a place where they can go to relax, meet friends, hear music or fall in love - a place that is welcoming no matter who you are (read more)


Salt Lake City's Chelsea Grin has shared a visualizer for their new song "The Isnis." They teamed up with OneRPM and will release a career-altering double-LP: Suffer In Hell and Suffer In Heaven.

Suffer In Hell will be released globally on November 11, 2022, while Suffer In Heaven will arrive on March 17, 2023. "We are stoked to be releasing this one - Track 6 on Suffer in Hell," Stephen Rutishauser says. (read more)


Californian Southern rockers Robert Jon & The Wreck have released a video for their new single, "Old Hotel Room", which comes from their forthcoming album "Wreckage Vol. 2."

"Old Hotel Room is about the loneliness of being on the road," says the Wreck's lead singer and guitarist Robert Jon Burrison. "It's about thinking about the one you left back home, and the struggle that one can have out there, in an old hotel room." (read more)


Parkway Drive shared the song "Ground Zero" to celebrate the release of their seventh album "Darker Still", which hit stores on September 9th, via Epitaph Records.


"Ground Zero" opens the album in an anthemic way. The track erupts with galloping guitar solos, stadium-sized riffs, and the thunderous roar of McCall. It's a fist-in-the-air tour de force that will send adrenaline coursing through your veins from start to finish. (read more)


Shooter Jennings, White Buffalo, Tejon Street Corner Thieves, and Claire Wright have been added to the lineup of the inaugural Rebels & Renegades Festival.

The two day festival is set to take place on October 15th and October 16th at the Monterey Fair & Event Center in Monterey, CA, the one time home to the famed Monterey Pop Festival. (read more)


Highly Suspect have released their fourth full-length album, The Midnight Demon Club. The three-time GRAMMY Award-nominated band surprised fans earlier this summer with news of the album alongside the arrival of lead singles "Natural Born Killer" and "Pink Lullabye."

"Natural Born Killer" is joined by the Andrew Sandler directed music video streaming on the band's official YouTube channel while the track currently sits inside the top 10 at Active Rock radio and continues to grow at the format. (read more)


Meghan Trainor has released a brand new track called "Don't I Make It Look Easy." The song arrives ahead of her fourth full-length album, "Takin' It Back", which is set to hit stores on October 21st.

Trainor had this to say, "When I started recording the album I was learning how to be a working mom. I very literally had my hands full with formula and toys, while also being in the studio writing and recording. (read more)


Aussie punk veterans Heroes For Hire have returned with a brand new song called "Not Feat. Travis Barker" and to celebrate, we asked frontman Brad Smith to tell us about the track. Here is the story:

The song (Not feat. Travis Barker) was written about the break up and the eventual reformation of Heroes For Hire. I wanted our first song back in almost a decade to really capture that nostalgic feeling and in a way, throw back to the sound of where we left off. (continue)


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