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Day in Rock Report for 04/15/2016


Today's Top Stories


Guns N' Roses Reportedly In Talks To Expand Reunion Tour (hennemusic) A new report out of Germany suggests Guns N' Roses are in negotiations with promoters to bring their 2016 reunion tour to Europe. The newspaper also reports that German promoters are interested in booking the band but are still unsure about GNR's reliability.

According to German daily newspaper Bild, the band are in talks to play three shows at London, England's Wembley Stadium, possibly in late August or September.

The European dates would follow the completion of the group's summer stadium tour of North America, which opens at Ford Field in Detroit, MI on June 23 and wraps up in San Diego, CA on August 22. Read more here.

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Mastodon, At The Drive-In, QOTSA Members Form Supergroup (TeamRock Radio) Members of Mastodon, At The Drive-In and Queens Of The Stone Age have teamed up to form the band Gone Is Gone. The band will release an EP this summer on their own label in conjunction with Rise Records/BMG - and they've issued a teaser of their track Violescent.

The supergroup consists of Mastodon singer and bassist Troy Sanders, At The Drive-In drummer Tony Hajjar, Queens Of The Stone Age guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen, and guitarist and keyboardist Mike Zarin.

Gone Is Gone have also outlined plans for their first live show - they'll play the Dragonfly, Los Angeles, on April 27, with tickets available from 10am PST on April 15 (Friday).

The project is the brainchild of Hajjar, who recruited Van Leeuwen and then began looking for a singer. Hajjar tells Rolling Stone: "When thinking of singers, a few came to mind, but Troy Sanders' voice and presence kept on coming up in conversations. Both Troys had always talked about doing something together, so it was an easy connection. Sanders flew in and tracked some demos to the finished music, and it went from there.

"Mike and I have had the privilege of being part of some amazing movie trailer campaigns and scored the game Splinter Cell: Blacklist together as well. Our goal is to be able to do more of this within this project." Read more and check out the song preview here.

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Ace Frehley Streams New Song Featuring Paul Stanley (hennemusic) Ace Frehley has reunited with former KISS bandmate Paul Stanley for a cover of the Free classic, "Fire And Water", on his forthcoming all-star covers album, "Origins Vol. 1."

The guitarist is streaming the track ahead of the project's release on April 15. "I thought Paul did a fabulous vocal on it," Frehley tells Rolling Stone. "He jumped at the chance to do this because it's something that's outside of KISS and his character in KISS, and it gave him a chance to, you know, sing. With Paul, you usually think of him singing in a slightly higher register and on 'Fire and Water,' he's singing deep from his diaphragm, and it's a real cool vocal."

"I don't get a chance to sing those kinds of songs as often as I'd like," Stanley adds. "It's not like I'm learning Mandarin or anything like that - it's part of my wheelhouse - but it's just not something I get to record often. I thought it was very funny because Ace seemed blown away. And I'm thinking, 'I'm a singer and that's what I do.' I'm glad he was pleased with it." Read more and stream the song here.

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Metallica To Stream Record Store Performance (hennemusic) Metallica will stream their 2016 Record Store Day performance live from Berkeley, CA's legendary Rasputin Music on Saturday, April 16 in celebration of the ninth annual event.

"This year we have the distinct honor of being the official Ambassadors for Record Store Day and it's only fitting that we celebrate by playing live in one of our favorite local hangs, Rasputin Music in Berkeley, CA this Saturday," says the band. "A few lucky Fifth Members and Rasputin customers have already won their tickets, but we know that many of you might still like to join us in the comfort of your own living room, so we've teamed up with our friends at Facebook to bring the show to you via a Facebook Live stream.

"Join us for Record Store Day this Saturday by heading over to our Facebook page after you've done your shopping at your local indy music store. We should hit the Rasputin stage around 4:00 PM PDT and will be celebrating the release of the remastered reissues of 'Kill 'Em All' and 'Ride The Lightning' (that's a hint!). See you live from Berkeley!" Read more here.

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Killswitch Engage Streaming RSD Song 'Define Love' (TeamRock Radio) Killswitch Engage have released an online stream of their track Define Love, which will be released as a limited-edition Record Store Day title tomorrow (April 16).

It'll be available as a seven-inch vinyl single in participating independent record stores, with the B side covered in artwork created by bassist Mike D, and a band logo stencil included in the pack.

Frontman Jesse Leach says of Define Love: "It's my critique on our attempts as humans to limit or restrict love. Whether it be political or religious agendas, love seems to be used as a way to manipulate people to think or act a certain way.

"Love is deeper than simple emotion or desire. It is an unexplainable spirit that defies our attempts to harness and understand it. True love, in my mind, is far greater than our feeble comprehension of it. We need not try to set any limitations on what defines love." Read more and stream the song here.

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Flea Performs National Anthem At Kobe Bryant's Final NBA Game (hennemusic) Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea performed the national anthem at Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant's final NBA game on April 13.Bryant delivered an epic performance for his send-off with a 50-shot, 60-point night as the Lakers earned a 101-96 comeback victory over the Utah Jazz.

Longtime Lakers megafan Flea raved about Bryant before performing at the Staples Center on Wednesday. "I've watched, listened to or at least read about pretty much every game that Kobe Bryant played his entire career," Flea tells Rolling Stone. "And I see someone who put a lot of stock in discipline and work ethic and nurturing his creativity. I just have always respected him so much - even when he was young and arrogant and foolish and you know, arguably self-centered. He's always meant so much to me.

"I look at him as someone like, you know, Charlie Parker or John Coltrane or Jimmy Page or Jimi Hendrix, you know? He's been able to change and evolve and grow and be such a master of his craft. It's been great seeing him grow up, because he joined the Lakers when he was 17, and he's done so much for our city." Watch Flea's performance here.

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Jimi Hendrix Park Opening Announced (Classic Rock) A park to honor late rock icon Jimi Hendrix will open in Seattle on August 27. The 2.5 acre green space adjacent to the Northwest African American Museum was established in 2006 on the site of the former Colman School.

Campaigners raised over $1million to transform the site into a park which pays tribute to the Seattle-born artist. The Jimi Hendrix Foundation describe the future park as being, "awash in vibrant colors of the Pacific Northwest, and will include ample green space for everyone to enjoy."

They continue: "Featuring an array of new improvements that reflect themes found in his music, Jimi Hendrix Park may include lyrical stepping stones, rain drums, a sculpted butterfly garden and many other features." Read more here.

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Radiohead's New Album Coming In June According To Manager (Prog) Radiohead manager Brian Message has said the band will release their ninth album in June, it's been reported. Staff at London's Wanstead Tap tweeted the news following a charity fundraising talk given by Message at the venue last night (April 14).

Wanstead Tap posted the following tweet after the event: "From the horses mouth, 'the new Radiohead album out in June will be like nothing like you've ever heard.'"

Thom Yorke and co have been working on the follow-up to 2010's King Of Limbs for several years. In 2015 guitarist Jonny Greenwood said that they'd developed a way of working that differed from their previous studio projects. Read more here.

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Slaves' Jonny Craig Releases Open Letter About His Problem (TeamRock Radio) Slaves (US) frontman Jonny Craig has written an open letter to fans saying "I have a problem, I am an addict." Earlier this week, the band announced their show in Santa Cruz, California, would be their last - but gave no further information.

Now Craig has moved to explain the reasons behind the situation - admitting he's "struggling" with his demons but is determined to keep the Slaves (US) name going.

He says: "It's time I set the record straight. For years I have fought hard to escape my past and everything that comes with it. I have continually gotten clean, and then fallen right back into the same ruts.

"I have a problem. I am an addict. I have entered rehab twice, I have sought help multiple times - it just keeps happening. My choices and my struggles have cost me many things - relationships, loved ones, friends, bands, and much more. For letting any of you down, I'm truly sorry.

"I'm struggling. No excuses. I want you, the fans, to know that I'm doing my best to get through these current tours. I will try my best to stay clean and finish these."

Craig reports he's going back on the medicine he was on for four years that helped him stay clean and insists he'll keep the Slaves (US) name alive "with select members." Read more here.

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Tom Petty's Mudcrutch Stream New Song 'Beautiful World' (Classic Rock) Mudcrutch are streaming their song Beautiful World. Tom Petty's pre-Heartbreakers outfit have released the track to promote their upcoming album, Mudcrutch 2. It can be pre-ordered from Petty's website.

The revived band consists of Petty, Mike Campbell, Tom Leadon, Randall Marsh and Benmont Tench. They launched their self-titled debut in 2008, after initially forming in the 70s.

Last month Mudcrutch released a teaser for album opener Trailer. They'll also kick off a US tour in support of the album release in May. Stream the new song here.

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Rick Wakeman Releases New Album 'Starship Troopers' (Prog) Rick Wakeman released his album Starship Troopers on April 15 (today). The compilation includes the former Yes keyboardist's covers of songs from acts such as Tool, The Who, Pink Floyd, and The Doors.

It also features performances from Gong's Steve Hillage, Yes's Billy Sherwood, Steve Howe and former keyboardist Tony Kaye, William Shatner, XTC's Colin Moulding and more.

Wakeman says: "Over the last few years I have performed on many tracks as a 'guest' but never before has anybody put some of the best of those I played on into a compilation.

"It's always challenging to be involved in tracks of other people's music and other people's arrangements, as it often makes you think and play differently. Certainly, on many of these tracks I play in quite an unexpected way, but much of my life has been pretty unexpected anyway." Read more here.

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Counting Days Recruit Former Bring Me The Horizon Star (TeamRock Radio) Counting Days have hired former Bring Me The Horizon guitarist Curtis Ward on a full-time basis. He replaced Bobby Daniels for the group's recent run of shows with Hacktivist and Crossfaith.

He'll take part in Counting Days' newly-announced support slots with Architects at two album launch shows in Brighton next month. Ward says: "The band mixes my favourite parts of metal and hardcore and uses them to create an awesome sound. I've been trying to make own band for a while now and have been struggling to find people who can commit the time.

"So when guitarist Charlie Wilson asked me if I'd like to try out for Counting Days, I jumped at the chance. The songs are real fun to play - plus we've been writing new songs together already." Read more here.

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Blue October Release Video For 'Home' Title Song Blue October have released a new video to get fans geared up for the release of their new album "Home" next Friday, April 22nd. The new clip is for the record's title track.

Frontman Justin Furstenfeld had this to say about the new effort, "Home is welcoming the joy and sheer intensity of just...being alive. The whole album is a reflection on noticing the small miracles around you every day, and doing what you can with the time you're given on this earth."

Watch the new video here and fans in the U.S. can catch the band live on the road this spring. They will be kicking off the Home Tour on April 29th in Austin, TX at Stubb's and wrapping up the trek on June 26th in Tulsa, OK at Club Brady. See the tour dates here.

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Joe Lynn Turner's Sunstorm Release 'Edge Of Tomorrow' Video (Classic Rock) Joe Lynn Turner's Sunstorm have released a video for track Edge Of Tomorrow. The singer says the title track lifted from the band's forthcoming album, due out May 13, is about the "geopolitical situation in our world."

He tells Epirus Gate: "Edge Of Tomorrow is basically a lyric about the apocalypse that's happening right now and the geopolitical situation in our world. So I came to Greece, and I came to Vikos canyon, the deepest and longest canyon in the world, the canyon of the Gods."

Turner says the video director and producer Menelaos Sykovelis is an "incredible artist", adding: "He knew that this particular location was where we should do this, where we should show the world what is happening in symbology, in symbolic form.

"So watch this video, set yourself free and know that Vikos canyon, the canyon of the Gods, is here for you. See the spectacular, most amazing place on Earth." Watch the video here.

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The Virginmarys Streaming New Song 'For You My Love' (Classic Rock) The Virginmarys have released an online stream of their track For You My Love, taken from upcoming second album Divides. The follow-up to 2013 debut full-lengther King Of Conflict will be released on May 6.

Frontman Ally Dickaty tells Guitar World: "I wanted a really big guitar sound for this track and worked with our producer, Gil Norton, using a Les Paul and Telecaster through a few different amps to get the right sound.

I also used a lot of octaves to add depth to the chorus and solo. I'm really happy with how this track turned out - it's a really good representation of the overall vibe of the album." Check out the song here.

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Kurt Cobain Graphic Novel Announced (TeamRock Radio) A graphic novel based on the life of Kurt Cobain will be released in October. Who Killed Kurt Cobain? written by author Nicolas Otero will be released by publisher IDW later this year.

Inspired by French novel Le Roman de Boddah, it will illustrate the late Nirvana frontman's life from the point of view of his imaginary childhood friend, Boddah.

Otero says: "I was 17 when Nirvana and Kurt Cobain came to Paris in 1992. I saw them live the day before my graduation and it was explosive, mind-blowing, sonic, and so powerful.

"When Kurt put an end to his life in 1994, I remember hearing the name of Boddah for the first time. I thought it could be a fantastic way to tell Kurt's story, with Boddah as the narrator." Read more here.

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Joe Bouchard (Blue Oyster Cult) Announces New Album (Classic Rock) Blue Oyster Cult founding member and bassist Joe Bouchard will release The Power Of Music on April 29. The follow-up to 2014's New Solid Black will be available on disc and vinyl, and the CD version has a 3D cover with personally designed 3D glasses available with each autographed disc through Bouchard's website.

One of the cover songs on the album is a Blue Oyster Cult classic Career of Evil, written by Joe's brother Albert and poet Patti Smith. The song also shares its title with the best-selling book by author J.K. Rowling, written under the pen name Robert Galbraith. The novel includes references to the band in each chapter.

He tells CT Post: "Even though my career with Blue Oyster Cult was in the 70s and 80s, it's still alive and well in 2016. The latest JK Rowling book is written about songs from our old band." Read more and stream Career of Evil here.

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Bullet For My Valentine Won't Take Bring Me The Horizon Risk (TeamRock Radio) Bullet For My Valentine say they won't imitate Bring Me The Horizon and take a bold, new direction with their music. While frontman Matt Tuck praises Bring Me The Horizon for taking a creative risk and moving away from the heavier sound of their older albums, he says his band won't drop guitars for synths.

He tells Faster Louder: "I think of the era we grew up and the bands we listened to growing up, and I think we will always be us. I don't think we're going to do like Horizon - it's a very bold move and that comes with risks.

"I think when you start to put yourself in that position of evolving like they have over the last two records, what you do next time is a dangerous game to play. Thankfully, it's worked out for them well, and long may continue.

"But, for us, I think we're very proud of what we've achieved and what we've done - so if it ain't broke, don't try and fix it. We're going to evolve and things are going to change naturally, and that's great and that's what we encourage." Read more here.

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Joe Elliott Reveals Secret To Def Leppard's Longevity (New Rock Times) Def Leppard singer Joe Elliott says the secret to the band's longevity is simply patience and refusal to be swept aside by the tide of bands which fit a popular short term trend.

When grunge exploded onto the music scene in the early '90s a number of more traditional rock bands were phased out or dropped. But Elliott says the key to Leppard's enduring success was 'perspiration'.

He tells Meltdown of the WRIF radio station in Detroit, Michigan: "What we did in the '90s was remember what we said to ourselves in the '80s. Bands like Reo Speedwagon, Foreigner, Journey and Styxx… When we came along, there seemed to be a lot of bands from that '80s era that just … I don't know… They kind of gave up, or their record companies gave up.
"I don't think the bands ever gave up, but the industry gave up on them, and the new boys came along. We said to each other, 'One day, this is gonna happen to us. In ten years' time, there'll be the new boys coming along and they're gonna try to do to us what we apparently, supposedly did to the '70s bands.' And we said, 'We have to make sure that we don't let that happen. And even if it does happen, we just have to keep going until it comes back around.'"

It was the arrival of Guns N' Roses which began to muscle bands like Def Leppard off playlists but Elliott was determined not to chuck in the towel.
He went on: "Success, or just life in general, is like a wheel. As long as it's in motion, every single part of the wheel always ends up back at the top. So, yeah, Guns came along. When Guns kicked it in '92, we were still selling three nights out in every arena in the States with an album that was No. 1 for six weeks on the Billboard charts. And then in the mid-'90s, it got tough. And then towards the end of the '90s, we noticed that the grunge music started to sound happier; it wasn't all Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam and Nirvana." Read more
here.

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Gojira Tease 'Magma' Release (TeamRock Radio) Gojira have released a short clip teasing the release date for new material. They finished mixing the follow-up to 2012's L'Enfant Sauvage at frontman Joe Duplantier's recently built New York studio.

Now they've issued a short video for Magma, which will be released on June 17. It's not clear if Magma is the name of the album or a single. Duplantier and his drummer brother Mario previously revealed that many of the album's songs were in the works when their mother died.

Joe said: "The songs were half-written while she was sick. After she died, I still had to finish them. So one song was like, 'You're going to make it,' but the second verse is 'You didn't make it.'

"I felt physically, mentally exhausted. At the same time, though, the way it happened was beautiful. We were all around her. We had to cancel a few shows when she died, but it was very enriching at the same time. We learned a lot about death." Check out the video here.

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Jorn Lande Announces New Album Heavy Rock Radio (Classic Rock) Jorn Lande will release his album Heavy Rock Radio on June 3. The Norwegian rock singer's latest studio effort includes covers of songs from acts including Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden and Deep Purple as well as Queen, Kate Bush and The Eagles.

Lande says: "The most important thing was to treat these songs with respect towards the original versions. My goal was always to think that the original artist would be honoured and find my version relevant.

"At the same time, my intention was never to try to compete with the original song and artist, but to make it a strong alternative version to enjoy." Read more and watch the trailer here.

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Long Distance Calling Release 'Getaway' Video (Prog) Long Distance Calling have released a video for their track Getaway. It features on the German outfit's upcoming album Trips - out on April 29 via InsideOut Music. They previously launched a lyric video for the track Lines.

The video features their fellow countryman and actor Ralf Richter, who starred in films including Bang Boom Bang and Das Boot - and the group report that working with him on the 80s-themed shoot raised a lot of laughs.

They say: "It was great fun to work with Ralf Richter who played in a lot of cool movies which we really like and which we grew up to. We are big fans of movies from the 80s and you might get a taste of that in the clip.

"The video shoot was fun and as you can see in the video, it was probably more fun for him than for us." Watch the new video here.

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BBC Proms To Celebrate David Bowie (Classic Rock) This year's BBC Proms in London will feature the music of David Bowie, it's been announced. The rock icon died aged 69 in January following an 18-month battle with cancer - just days after releasing his Blackstar album.

His work will be celebrated at The Bowie Prom on July 29 at the city's Royal Albert Hall, with guests including artists Amanda Palmer and Anna Calvi taking part.

Proms' director David Pickard says the annual event, which celebrates classical music, has decided to pay tribute to Bowie as his material had an impact on artists from all genres. Read more here.

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Chris Cornell Streams New Song From Vinyl Soundtrack (hennemusic) Chris Cornell has released a stream of his cover of the 1966 Lorraine Ellison hit, "Stay With Me Baby", as featured on the soundtrack to the 1970s HBO music series Vinyl.

Ellison's original reached No. 11 in the U.S. Billboard R&B chart and number 64 in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart back in the day before being covered by several artists including Bette Midler, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin and Mary J. Blige, among others.

The Soundgarden frontman says his take is closer to a 1969 version by UK singer Terry Reid. "I was very honored to be asked to record a version of 'Stay With Me Baby' for Vinyl," Cornell tells Vulture. "I get to pay tribute to Terry Reid, whose version of the song has been a favorite of mine for many years, and be included on a great soundtrack with an amazing group of artists." Read more and check out the song here.

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Ginger Wildheart Announces Limited Edition RSD Release (TeamRock Radio) Ginger Wildheart will release The Ones That Got Away on vinyl for Record Store Day on April 16. The four-track 12-inch will come in a silver sawblade-shaped disc and is limited to 1000 copies.

The Ones That Got Away will be issued by his recently launched record label, Round Records. It includes fan-selected tracks from his subscription project, the Ginger Associated Secret Society (GASS).

Ginger says: "GASS was an exclusive fan club that I set up as a year-long project that promised three brand new songs a month. An album, Year Of The Fan Club, was released with my own favorites cherry picked from the years worth of songs.

"Out of 36 songs, however, there were always going to be fan favorites that stylistically didn't fit on the album, but were undoubtedly popular enough to release on their own merit. So here it is, the songs voted by the fans, together on this highly collectible piece of limited edition vinyl." Read more here.

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Singled Out: Shiraz Lane's For Crying Out Loud Shiraz Lane released their debut album "For Crying Out Loud" today (April 15th) and to celebrate we asked lead singer Hannes Kett to tell us the story behind the title song. Here is the story:

When we started working on our debut album, we had a clear vision of what it would sound like and from day one we wanted it to be called "For Crying Out Loud".

We had a song called "The Cure" which we completely rewrote two weeks prior to the first scheduled recording sessions because it didn't sound like us. It might sound stupid & reckless to do such a thing so close to recording, but we had a vision we wanted to share with the world and I think this song sums up the message & the atmosphere/sound Shiraz Lane is all about.

I was struggling with the lyrics on this album, some came more naturally than others. I had so much to say, but didn't find the right words to express my thoughts.

Shiraz Lane is basically 5 peace loving guys wanting to change the world one song at a time, while spreading the message of Peace, Love & Harmony.

I do tend to write about the things I see and feel, things that touch every life form, about life itself. In the verses of the FCOL I point out our superficial way of living - we often forget what is truly important - we are all brothers and sisters, we are One. I believe in Humanity, I believe that if we stand as one we can truly make a change and heal Mother Earth instead of constantly abusing Her.

In the chorus I state the following: " We are the Cure, We stand as One, For Crying Out Loud, This can't go on, Out of the Dark into the Light, From here on out it's Do or Die, We are the Cure, We stand as One, For Crying Out Loud".

Is this the way we want our life to be? Is this legacy we leave behind? Is this the world we want our children & grandchildren to live in? We can still change the course of this sinking ship.

Peace, Love & Harmony,
Hannes Kett/Shiraz Lane

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself as you watch the video here and learn more about the album right here!

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