Day in Rock Report for 09/14/2022
(hennemusic) David Lee Roth is streaming a "studio live" version of the 1978 Van Halen classic, "Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love." The newly-available live studio track follows a recently-shared version of "Panama" from the same session.
The song was recorded during a May 2022 session at Hollywood's Henson Recording Studio that saw Roth record with his most recent touring lineup of guitarist Al Estrada, bassist Ryan Wheele and drummer Francis Valentino. (read more)
Iron Maiden celebrate the kick off of the new North American leg of their Legacy Of The Beast Tour by sharing their official live video for the song "Stratego", which is a track from their 2021 album, "Senjutsu".
They had this to say, "The US & Canadian leg of the Legacy Of The Beast World Tour is now underway! Here is 'Stratego' (Live) - dedicated to you, our incredible fans across the world! We're only on the road until the end of October, so grab your tickets before it is too late!" (read more)
Megadeth not only topped the U.S. Album Sales chart with their new record, "The Sick, The Dying... And The Dead!", the legendary thrash band also scored their highest ever entry on several charts across the world.
The album landed at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 with 44,781 in real sales (47,552 when tweaked for streaming etc), which gave them a No. 1 debut on the Top Album Sales chart, Top Current Albums Sales, Top Rock & Alternative Album, Top Rock Albums, and Top Hard Rock Albums charts respectively, and a No. 2 debut on the Vinyl Album Sales chart. (read more)
Iconic UK bands Manic Street Preachers and The London Suede are teaming up to cross the pond for a North American coheadlining tour this November.
The trek is set to kick off on November 3rd in Vancouver, Canada at the PNE Forum and will wrap up on November 24th in Toronto, Canada at Massey Hall. (read more)
You Me At Six have released a brand new single called "No Future? Yeah Right" that features a guest appearance from Rou Reynolds of Enter Shikari.
The song follows "Deep Cuts", which was released in July. It is the second single released from their forthcoming studio album, "Truth Decay", which is set to be released early next year. (read more)
Thrice have announced that they will be releasing a brand new single entitled "Open Your Eyes and Dream," via Epitaph Records on September 20th.
Frontman Dustin Kensrue had this to say, "It's so very easy to believe that big systemic issues can't change because we've lived with them our whole lives. (read more)
Vince Gill's album "I Still Believe in You" celebrates its 30th Anniversary this month, having made its debut in September of 1992, and he received a special honor to mark the occasion.
On Monday night (September 12), backstage at the taping of CMT GIANTS: Vince Gill, which premieres Friday, September 16 at 9p/8c on CMT, Gill was presented with a plaque in honor of the album's 30-year milestone. (read more)
Season 19 American Idol alum Cam Allen recently released his new single and video, "Lake Days", and to celebrate we asked him to tell us about the song and the clip. Here is the story:
The whole creation of "Lake Days" in its entirety was pretty dope. The song just about wrote itself as we were sitting around getting excited about the summer coming up. My friends and I were so ready to hop on a boat and relax. So, I figured why not, it's about time to write a song about that feeling. So, with that, I created something that we could blast out there on the lake. Something that's for everyone. (continue)