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Day in Rock Report for 05/15/2023

(hennemusic) Black Sabbath is streaming audio of "Children Of The Sea" as the latest preview to the June 2 release of a 40th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition of their 1983 package, "Live Evil."

The song from the band's 1980 album, "Heaven And Hell", is featured on the group's first official live project, which has been expanded for its milestone anniversary to feature two versions: a remastered edition by Andy Pearce alongside a new mix created from the original analog multi-tracks by longtime band associate Wyn Davis. (continue)

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(hennemusic) Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth has released a new episode of The Roth Show. The program features Roth mixing stories with a wide variety of music, including tracks by Aerosmith, ZZ Top, Bonnie Raitt, and a pair - "Hey, You Never Know" and "No Big 'Ting" - from his 1994 album, "Your Filthy Lille Mouth."

Roth - who announced in late 2021 that he would retire from music - hinted at a change in his active status last year after delivering a private performance in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico in May. (continue)

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Fit For A King and The Devil Wears Prada are thrilled to announce the Fall 2023 Metalcore Dropouts Tour. Counterparts and Landmvrks will serve as support on the run, which kicks off on September 15 in Anaheim and runs through October 19 in Las Vegas.

"We are so stoked to be heading across America with our pals in Fit For A King on the Metalcore Dropouts Tour!," says TDWP's Jeremy DePoyster. "We know how excited everyone is to hear more of Color Decay and we cannot wait to play these songs for you. Our buddies in Counterparts and Landmvrks are absolutely obliterating the metalcore world and we had to have them on the most exciting tour of the fall. We will be bringing the craziest show we've ever played, do not miss this tour!" (continue)

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Country Goes Metal, a five-song EP by popular metalcore band Righteous Vendetta and country group Country Goes Metal, has been released via 8 Track Entertainment. The EP features five classic country hits reimagined with a hard-hitting, heavy metal twist. Available on all digital platforms, Country Goes Metal was produced, engineered, and mixed by renowned RIAA Certified Mixer Billy Decker and Executive Produced by Grammy® award-winning engineer, Noah Gordon.

Country Goes Metal's compilation of #1 mega-country hits includes "Small Town Boy" (Dustin Lynch), "Leave The Night On" (Sam Hunt), "If You're Going Through Hell" (Rodney Atkins), "Losing Sleep" (Chris Young), and "My Town" (Montgomery Gentry). Fusing country music with the raw energy and aggression of metalcore, Righteous Vendetta's blistering instrumentation, raw energy and soaring vocals inject new life into these timeless classics. (continue)

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Esteemed Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Stevie Nicks will keep the momentum of her wildly successful 2023 tour going by adding thirteen additional performances to her Live In Concert tour.

Produced by Live Nation, the second leg starts Tuesday, August 8th at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, making stops in Austin, New York, Detroit, San Diego, and more before wrapping up on Tuesday, December 5th at Acrisure Arena in Palm Desert. (continue)

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Young The Giant has shared an acoustic version of the standout song "The Walk Home" from 2022's American Bollywood. The track is part of the upcoming acoustic EP, Both Sides, out June 2nd via AWAL/Jungle Youth Records.

The EP was recorded at Sunset Sound studio in Los Angeles, CA, the same studio their self-titled debut record was recorded in. The EP includes acoustic versions of "Dancing In The Rain" and "The Walk Home," plus a special "Reflections" version of "The Walk Home" and an acoustic cover of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now." The band has also shared a live video for "The Walk Home (Acoustic)," filmed at Sunset Sound by Drew Dempsey. (continue)

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Cavo released their cover of New Order's "Bizarre Love Triangle" to all major platforms via TLG/INgrooves. The track comes from the "Cavo Covers EP Vol. 1"

Andy Herrin shared, "New Order have been one of my favorite bands since I was a kid so when we started talking about songs from the 80s to put our own spin on, I immediately started thinking about one of their songs. 'Bizarre Love Triangle' is obviously a classic song, but to me it's always represented the writing and live peak of that band, so it felt like one that would be really fun to put the Cavo spin on. (continue)

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The Who headlined Wembley Stadium in London in 1979 with AC/DC. They returned almost 40 years later on July 6, 2019, this time with an orchestra.

On April 15, 2023, The Who With Orchestra: Live At Wembley debuted #1 on the Billboard Classical Charts giving the Who their first No.1 in the U.S. in their entire 59-year American chart history. (continue)

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Steel Panther are hitting the road again in support of their latest album. The band is announcing the next US leg of their On The Prowl tour that starts in July.

The 22-city trek will kick off on July 13th in Huntington, NY before wrapping up in Las Vegas, NV on August 19th. The tour will make stops in Richmond, VA; Charleston, SC; New Orleans, LA and Ventura, CA to name a few. (continue)

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Erin Gibney just released her brand new single "Exit Signs" featuring Kris Allen. We asked her to tell us about the track to celebrate. Here is the story:

I wrote "Exit Signs" last summer after a really big change in my life. I had just walked away from my five-year-long relationship, and I was feeling really confused. The relationship I was in was one that I loved for a really long time and is one that I thought I would be in forever. As time went on and things started to fall apart between us, I realized that I might have been wrong in feeling so sure about the relationship. When I left, I had a lot of feelings of guilt because I knew I was hurting someone I cared so much about. This song is the story of me working through those feelings and sorting them out in my own head. (continue)

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