Day in Rock Report for 09/15/2022
Nickelback have released a music video for their brand new single, "San Quentin". The track is the first taste of the band's forthcoming album, "Get Rollin'", which will is set to hit stores on November 18th.
Frontman Chad Kroeger recently discussed the song and album during an appearance on 105.5 WDHA's "Reconnect With Rockers With Terrie Carr" and was asked about the heaviness of the first single and if it signaled a change in direction for the band. (read more)
Soilwork and The Night Flight Orchestra guitarist David Andersson has died at the age of 47 years old, which Soilwork attributed to "alcohol and mental illness".
Soilwork shared the sad news with the following Facebook post in Wednesday (September 14th), "We are deeply saddened today, as we bring the terrible news of David Andersson's passing. He was one of a kind and a brilliant man in so many ways. He was our guitarist for more than 10 years and had a big impact on Soilwork's musical journey forward. (read more)
(hennemusic) Ozzy Osbourne is sharing a preview of the first episode of a video miniseries about the making of his newly-released album, "Patient Number 9."
The rocker will launch the three-part series on September 16 with the first episode, which is entitled "When Ozzy Calls." "Talking about great musicians," says producer/guitarist Andrew Watt in the clip, "whenever there's an Ozzy album, everyone just shows up." (read more)
Sleeping With Sirens have released a music video for their brand new single "Complete Collapse". The song is the title track to their forthcoming album, which will arrive on October 14th.
Kellin Quinn had this to say about the song, "'Complete Collapse' is actually a song about how I was feeling mentally before the pandemic and how I could have completely collapsed if it weren't for the time at home during the pandemic. (read more)
(hennemusic) Motorhead are streaming a live performance video of "(Don't Let 'Em) Grind Ya Down: Live In Glasgow 1982", ahead of the song's inclusion in the upcoming "Iron Fist" 40th Anniversary release next week.
The track originally appeared on the band's fifth studio set, which was the follow-up to 1980's "Ace Of Spades" and the group's first UK No. 1 - "No Sleep Til Hammersmith" - featuring the lineup of Lemmy, Fast Eddie Clarke and Phil 'Philthy Animal' Taylor. (read more)
(hennemusic) Clutch will deliver a full album performance of their new record, "Sunrise On Slaughter Beach", during a free livestream from Baltimore, MD on Saturday, September 17.
The event lands in sync with the September 16 release of the group's thirteenth studio set, which was recorded at the The Magpie Cage Recording Studio in Baltimore and produced/mixed by Grammy-nominated Tom Dalgety (Ghost, Royal Blood) with additional engineering by J Robbins (Against Me!, The Sword). (read more)
Megadeth have announced that they will be launching "Rattleheads a generative NFT art collection pulling from nearly 40 years of iconic themes and imagery.
The collection is based off of Megadeth's skeletal mascot Vic Rattlehead, an otherworldly being born in a dungeon of torment and pain. With eyes covered by a riveted-on visor, his mouth clamped shut, and ears closed with metal caps, Vic embodies the phrase "See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil". (read more)
Ashley McBryde has announced that she will be releasing her new collaborative album, "Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville," on September 30th. We were sent the following details:
McBryde set out with a group of her favorite collaborators to work up a project they had no intention of ever recording or releasing. What came from that weeklong songwriting exercise in a rural cabin outside Nashville is Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville, a distilled version of everything that listeners have come to appreciate from McBryde: raw, honest, specific portraits of small-town America, and the many characters that you may encounter in any one of them. The project tips its hat to the writing methods of legendary Nashville songwriter Dennis Linde ("Goodbye Earl," "Burning Love," "Bubba Shot the Jukebox"). (read more)
Jordan Michelle just released a video for her pop-punk anthem "It's My Birthday (RIP To Me)" that features SK8 and Tosh The Drummer, and to celebrate we asked her to tell us about the track. Here is the story:
I always thought there was a space for a birthday song. I had the idea fully when I came up with the idea for my 30th birthday party. I was like, okay, I'm gonna have a funeral for my twenties. But the idea for the party was never a morbid funeral, it was just like, "we're all emo kids, my twenties are over, let's wear black and rage." So, the idea for the funeral was born. I liked the concept as an idea of outgrowing your old self, age being a privilege and just getting happier and more comfortable with yourself as you get older. (continue)
Americana/alt-country star Deb Morrison has released a music video for her new single, "Salton Sea", which comes from her brand new debut solo album, "The North Fork".
The video stars Morrison's daughter, Cameron Littell, and was co-directed by Morrison and cinematographer Nic Capelle of Rockton Road studios who also produced the album. (read more)