The band will join the morning show hosts in studio to play the song, which is the first single from their forthcoming album, and they will also reveal more about the album during the appearance during 7:00 a.m. hour (PT). Those outside Los Angeles can stream the broadcast at kroq.com/listen.
"I think any fan of Blink-182 is going to be ecstatic when they hear the music. I really do!," said Lisa Worden, KROQ Music Director after previewing the album. "It sounds like Blink-182 but it sounds like Blink in 2016. Lyrically it's clever."
Worden explained that of the songs she's heard, it's primarily Hoppus on vocals with Skiba adding harmonies. "As a fan of the band for the last 20 years, I was so happy with what I heard. It was the band I've loved all these years." Read morehere.
A Nightrain official GN'R fan club pre-sale for all four shows is on now; a Citi cardmember pre-sale begins Tuesday, April 16, and general public tickets will go on sale Friday, April 29 at 10 am local - except Foxborough, which happens Saturday, April 30 at 10 am local.
The summer run opens at Ford Field in Detroit, MI on June 23, with dates running to the end of August. The trek will see Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan perform material from the band's legendary albums, including 1987's smash "Appetite For Destruction" - the biggest selling debut album of all time with more than 30 million copies sold worldwide. See the dateshere.
Miller's inclusion had been in some doubt, the rock legend has revealed in a recent interview that he is still quibbling with HBO over television rights and could prevent the network from airing his portion of the awards ceremony.
'I spent part of today talking to my lawyer, and we're still negotiating," he told the San Diego Tribune. 'We're demanding they clean up their paper work -- their paper work is just ridiculous!" Read morehere.
"Prince was celebrated by a small group of his most beloved: family, friends and his musicians, in a private, beautiful ceremony to say a loving goodbye," explained the family rep. "Prince's remains have been cremated and their final storage will remain private. We ask for your blessings and prayers of comfort for his family and close friends."
While family members are trying to stay private, his brother-in-law, Maurice Phillips has spoken with the press about Prince's final days. Even though Prince was suffering from the flu, Phillips reportedly said Prince didn't sleep for nearly a week before his death. 'He worked 154 hours straight," Phillips said. "I was with him just last weekend. He was a good brother-in-law." Read morehere.
Levee Walkers also include former Screaming Trees drummer Barrett Martin in their lineup and they've enlisted Coleman for the songs, which can be heard now on their website.
Freedom Song and Tears For The West are also available on a 7-inch vinyl single from the Levee Walkers website, with digital versions available via iTunes. Read morehere.
Directed by Blair Underwood, it's one of five songs included in the virtual reality experience package of the record, which sees the band perform within a virtual fallen city modelled after images in the video for the track "The Threat Is Real."
The footage provides fans with the opportunity to virtually enter, engage and explore this parallel world with the help of "Dystopia", a CEEK Virtual Reality cardbox headset and a download code to access and unlock the exclusive content. Watch the videohere.
At the time, Palmeri said that he was already working with other musicians and that they were recording the follow-up to the sixth Emmure album "Eternal Enemies."
Now he's confirmed bassist Phil Lockett, guitarist Josh Travis and drummer Josh Miller are his new colleagues in Emmure. Travis and Miller are both members of Glass Cloud, while Lockett and Travis are both former members of The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza. See the Facebook postingshere.
Vedder and Reznor are named among a cast of 217 people released by the makers of the hit TV show, which returns next year for its third season - 26 years after the second season was broadcast.
It is not clear how big Vedder and Reznor's parts will be. NIN guitarist Robin Finck is also named in the list. The official Twin Peaks Facebook page announced the names, along with the comment: "The cameras have stopped rolling. A key piece of the mystery is revealed." Read morehere.
The singer previously called Blackmore's lineup a "cover band" but later said he was "humbled" when the guitarist said he should have been given an award for his contribution to Deep Purple's 1990 album Slaves And Masters in light of Purple's Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction.
But the singer says that he and fellow Rainbow ex Doogie White have been talking - and both agree that Blackmore, vocalist Ronnie Romero, keyboardist Jens Johansson, drummer David Keith and bassist Bob Nouveau, need to hit the studio or the group's name will be tarnished.
Turner tells Rock Pages: "I think Doogie said it best to me. He said, 'You know Joe, it's not Rainbow unless they do an album and a tour.' I said, 'I have to agree with you.'
"Because until you can write the songs, make some sense out of it all, add to the name Rainbow - our legacy, whether it's Ronnie James Dio, or Graham Bonnet, or myself, or even Doogie, our legacy comes down in stature. Because, then anybody can be in Rainbow like this." Watch the full interviewhere.
Akercocke, formed in 1997, were last active in 2011 and announced their split the next year, after abandoning work on the follow-up to 2007's Antichrist.
The band say: "We have returned fuelled by positivity and a new collection of unique, challenging material. Akercocke's raison d'etre has always been to try and develop our sound from one album to the next." Read morehere.
He says (via Musicology): "We just started narrowing down to some of our favourite songs, and we're starting to put our first 'final' vocals on them. As I listen through them, I feel like these songs are really personal and revealing. We have really poured our hearts into the words and melodies, and it's starting to show as we approach recording the 'keeper' vocals."
Shinoda reports the band have "a lot of material to choose from" and adds: "We clearly have an album in there. We're looking forward to getting the vocals right and starting to put sounds on them." Read morehere.
The video was directed by David Brodsky (Cannibal Corpse, Whitechapel, All That Remains) and was filmed at the band's rehearsal space in Connecticut earlier this month.
The clip features special text messages written by frontman Jamey Jasta as a message of keeping a positive mental attitude, according to the announcement. Watch the video here.
Hatebreed just launched their European tour which includes headline dates and appearances as part of the Impericon Festival. The band will be kicking off their North American tour on May 13 in Cleveland, OH.
The tour of the U.S. and Canada will be concluding on June 11th at Toad's Place in New Haven, CT. Devil You Know will be the support band for the bulk of the tour with Act of Defiance taking over on June 5th in Montreal.See all of the upcoming dates here.
The live album features two previously unreleased concerts - the Houston show, and one recorded at the Empire Pool in London (now Wembley Arena) in 1979 on the Desolation Angels tour. Taken from original 24-track master tapes, neither recording features any overdubs or other enhancements.
The album also also includes the a cover of the classic Hey Joe, recorded in March 1979 at the Capitol Center in Washington, DC. Live In Concert 1977 & 1979 is released on April 29. It will also be issued as individual double vinyl sets later in the year. Watch the videohere.
The project enters the US Billboard 200 at No. 23 with opening week sales of 16,109 equivalent album units. Frehley's last album, 2009's "Space Invader", debuted at No. 9 on the Billboard 200.
"Origins Vol 1." Sees Frehley deliver new versions of tracks by Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, Cream and Jimi Hendrix, among others, along with guests including Paul Stanley, Slash, Mike McCready of Pearl Jam, Lita Ford and John 5.
The original KISS lead guitarist launched the record with covers of the Cream classic, "White Room", and Thin Lizzy's 1976 track, "Emerald", which features Slash.
Frehley recently issued a third track, a cover of Free's "Fire And Water" with guest and former bandmate Paul Stanley. Stream that song and read morehere.
Vocalist Cristina Scabbia previously had the following to say about the album: "Everything feels different this time in the Lacuna Coil camp. It's something I can hear and something I can breath.
"A new wave of confidence, a renewed essence and pure drops of energy sweating out of our pores." The band will hit the road later this month in support of the album. Check out the song and the tour dateshere.
Sherwood says: "It was very special for us to go to Japan and play these songs. We're both very excited to now be able to share the experience with everyone."
The 2CD/DVD release is available direct from Cherry Red Records, with each order bundled with a limited-edition signed postcard. See the DVD details and CD tracklistshere.
Cobain strongly denies the claims and threatens to disband Nirvana if action wasn't taken against the magazine. It was written as Nirvana were working on their third album, In Utero.
The letter addressed to the Geffen Records boss reads: "Something so severely defamatory towards my family has come up in an article in Vanity Fair that has forced me to decide on breaking up my band.
"The article suggest Courtney and I have been taking heroin constantly throughout her pregnancy, which is not true. Courtney found out she was first pregnant within the first month of our drug binge, she has stopped using and has since been visiting Danny Goldberg's pediatrician on a regular basis." Read morehere.
The 7-inch will be available for pre-order from May 9 and only 450 copies will be pressed - 80 on brown vinyl, 150 on green vinyl and 220 black versions.
Both songs were previously only available on the limited' mediabook' version of the band's latest album Sunrise To Sundown, issued earlier this year. Stream 'Thumbsucker'here.
Half of the eight commercials feature sports themes - including real life golf enthusiast Cooper - who swings futilely at golf balls before settling for burning some calories as measured by his watch.
Cooper will spend 2016 juggling solo shows and performing dates with The Hollywood Vampires. The original shock-rocker recently extended his North American tour and unveiled a full live schedule with the supergroup that sees him joined by Johnny Depp and Aerosmith's Joe Perry. Watch the adhere.
D'Amond and Tiemann replaced John Boecklin and Jeff Kendrick, who left the group last year. Fafara tells Distorted Sound: "I think when you have members that come in and want to be part of a project, that want to get on a midnight flight and play four hours later and they're hungry, you can feel it.
"The only analogy I can give is that I know a hundred bands that tour together that hate each other. You can feel it. You can feel it backstage, you can feel it on the records, you can hear the record, and it may be touted as the best sh*t, and then I listen to the record, because I know the band, and I'm, like, 'Huh, they hate each other.' It's f***ing obvious.
"And I don't want to be in one of those bands, so when you get new cats and it's been a very long time since we've had new members in this band, you get that new feeling." Read morehere.
Anderson tells Playback: "We wrote about four songs late last year, and in January, we wrote a couple more. So it's like we're always thinking about the next step.
"Jean-Luc comes from a very classical background, and I'm very interested in that world and that style of music, so who knows? It's going to be a very busy year coming up. We'll see if we can find some time to record next year." Read morehere.
He tells Whiplash (via Blabbermouth): "We don't talk about what we're gonna try to do. We really try to make it an in-the-moment sort of experience, and it seems to be the most exciting way to make records.
"I feel like if we talked too much about it, or planned it out too much, or decided what type of record we were gonna make, we'd sort of be boxing ourselves in to have to stick to that.
"So we kind of just let it happen. We don't write before we get in there. Everything is pretty much written together while we're all in the same room, and for that reason, I feel like it has this sort of live communal kind of feeling to it. Everybody very much shines in the right way." Read morehere.
Reed says: "It's always hard to now how to promote an album made up of two 20 minute pieces. Ideally, it needs to be listened to as a whole. This section, which I always called Marimba, I thought would work as standalone section.
"It features Simon Phillips on drums, and the chants of Synergy Vocals. There are four mixes of the track. Each mix has a completely different take on the track.
"The Chimpan A remix is very modern and really powerful, the orchestral mix by Ryan Yard is dark and atmospheric, and the piano version is stripped back and hopefully shows the melody at its best." Watch the videohere.
"Evil Eye" is about my mother and the abuse I suffered and endured from her as a little boy. It was devastating. She has rejected me all my life actually. It affects my relationships with women and relating at a deep level. I had to let this go so that I can have peace and move on with my life and be happy joyous and free.
I had to make peace and let it go for my own sanity. I had to let her off the hook and realize she is a sick woman who doesn't know any better. This ran me for so long. I drank and used behind it for years and questioned many things including my own sexuality.
I am a survivor and have a beautiful woman in my life and 2 gorgeous amazing children. So in the end I'm grateful these things happened because I love myself today.
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 albumright here!
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