Day in Rock Report for 11/15/2022
August Burns Red have announced that they will be hitting the road early next year for a North American Tour that will celebrate their 20th anniversary and promote their forthcoming album, "Death Below", which will arrive on March 24th.
The Devil Wears Prada, and Bleed From Within will be joining them as support acts with the first leg of the 20th anniversary tour kicking off on February 15th in Silver Spring, MD. (read more)
Panic! At The Disco is giving fans around the world the chance to experience their Viva Las Vengeance tour through a virtual concert experience, airing exclusively via premium social live media platform Moment on December 7th.
Filmed at the United Center in Chicago and featuring the perfect setlist for longtime and brand new fans alike, the performance will see the group playing songs off of their most recent album Viva Las Vengeance [Fueled by Ramen/DCD2 Records] along with hits spanning their iconic discography. (read more)
Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard's debut solo single, "5 Foot 9," has reached No.1 at radio. This makes Hubbard the first male country artist formerly in a country duo to hit No.1 as a solo artist.
The song, which also has 224M LTD global streams, is the first single off Hubbard's debut solo album, Tyler Hubbard, which will be released on January 27, 2023. Written by Hubbard, Jaren Johnston and Chase McGill, and produced by Hubbard and Jordan Schmidt, "5 Foot 9" has also been certified Gold by the RIAA. (read more)
AFI have announced that they will be taking over the KIA Forum in Los Angeles (Inglewood) for a special night next year where they will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their Sing The Sorrow album.
The band tweeted the news to fans with the following, To celebrate its 20th anniversary, we're performing #SingTheSorrow in its entirety for the first & last time ever, with special guests @Jawbreaker, Chelsea Wolfe & @choirboyslc. (read more)
(hennemusic) The Rolling Stones are streaming a new lyric video for their 1978 classic, "Miss You."
The lead single from "Some Girls" delivered the band their first US No. 1 hit since 1973's "Angie", while helping the album top the charts and become their biggest-seller in the region, with sales of more than 6 million copies. (read more)
Mirrorball have shared a guerilla-style music video for their new single "Tinsel for a Tear," which is a track from their forthcoming EP that is produced by Chris Coady.
Alexandra Johnstone had this to say about the video, "I got together with director Kelly Loudenberg (The Confession Tapes, Exhibit A) and we talked about the inspiration behind the song and how it related to the video. (read more)
The EXCLUSIVE world premiere of the all-new music video for “Paris Blues,” the last-known unreleased studio recording by The Doors—will air on AXS TV on Thursday, November 17 at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT. The video will also be available for 24 hours exclusively on the AXS TV website and the AXS TV Now FAST Channel immediately following the world premiere.
“Paris Blues” will be released by Rhino Records as a digital single the following day on November 18 and will also be available as part of a new limited edition vinyl compilation of The Doors’ rare blues recordings that will be released for Record Store Day’s Black Friday event on November 25. (read more)
(hennemusic) Metallica are sharing pro-shot video of a rare performance of their cover of the 1980 track, “Blitzkrieg”, from their November 6 tribute concert in honor of the founders of Megaforce Records, Jon and Marsha Zazula.
Originally recorded by the UK band of the same name, the recent Hollywood, FL appearance marked only the 4th time that the group has included "Blitzkrieg" in their set in the past 10 years. (read more)
Theory Of A Deadman and Skillet have announced that they will be teaming up to coheadline the Rock Resurrection Tour, that will feature support from Saint Asonia.
The 25-date tour will be kicking off on February 17 in Gary, Indiana at the Hard Rock Live and will be wrapping up on March 26th in Los Angeles at The Wiltern. (read more)
Old 97's Rhett Miller has released a music video for his song “Go Through You,” which comes from his recently released solo album, "The Misfit".
Rhett had this to say about the video, “Asking around various artists and friends in my adopted hometown of New Paltz, NY, I discovered these three young filmmakers James Hyland, Myles Flusser and Alex Young. (read more)
Scotty McCreery has released a music video for his new single, "It Matters To Her". The track comes from his "Same Truck: The Deluxe Album," which will arrive this Friday, November 18th.
The deluxe edition will be released on vinyl, CD and digital, and feature the original 2021 album, along with six songs that were not included on the original release. (read more)
Foreigner have announced that they will be hitting the road next summer for a North American Farewell Tour leg that will feature support from Loverboy.
They will be kicking off the first leg of the farewell tour on July 6, 2023, at Atlanta's Ameris Bank Amphitheatre and will be wrapping up on September 3rd in Holmdel, NJ at the PNC Bank Arts Center. (read more)
So Cal rockers The Offspring have released their take on the Charles Brown's classic Christmas song "Bells Will Be Ringing (Please Come Home for Christmas)."
Frontman Dexter Holland had this to say about the cover, "We've always loved the classic Charles Brown version of this song and think it's really underappreciated. (read more)
The 50th anniversary of Black Sabbath's 'Vol. 4' album is being celebrated by the syndicated radio show In The Studio With Redbeard: The Stories Behind History's Greatest Rock Bands.
Redbeard had this to say, "By Autumn 1972 the world into which the Birmingham England band Black Sabbath had quickly risen to popularity with their second album, Paranoid, felt increasingly like a dangerous place when Vol. 4 was released. It seemed that time was marked and policy formulated by a seemingly endless stream of violent acts including assassinations, bombings, race riots, the slaughter of college students on campus, and the decade-long Viet Nam war. And all of this violence was set against the pernicious incessant white noise of the nuclear arms race between the U.S. and Soviet Union in a thermonuclear game of 'chicken'. Black Sabbath's sound and subjects, which would be lampooned decades later as cartoonish, were forged as much by these deadly concerns as by Animal House debauchery. (read more)