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Day in Rock Report for 05/19/2023


Greta Van Fleet have shared a visualizer video for their brand new track "Sacred The Threat," which is the latest track to be unveiled from the band's highly anticipated forthcoming third studio album Starcatcher, due July 21 on Lava/Republic Records.

"I always like to think that some people's first impression of Greta Van Fleet in concert is, 'Wow, these guys really like dressing to the left and blowing sh*t up,'" notes frontperson Josh Kiszka, adding, "this song is particularly important to me because it's about my jumpsuits." (continue)

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(hennemusic) Ghost is streaming their covers EP "Phantomime" in sync with its release on May 19. The project sees the band record classic tracks originally recorded by Iron Maiden, Genesis, Tina Turner, The Stranglers and Television.

The EP follows Ghost's 2022 album, "Impera", which delivered a career high for the group when it debuted at No. 2 on the US Billboard 200, while it was recently honored with a Grammis Award in the band's native Sweden. (continue)

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(hennemusic) Journey founder and guitarist Neal Schon is streaming his newly-released live album, "Journey Through Time." The package sees Schon captured live at The Independent in San Francisco, CA, where he debuted his "Journey Through Time" lineup with former Journey and Santana bandmate Gregg Rolie, current Journey drummer Deen Castronovo, bassist Marco Mendoza (Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake), and keyboardist John Varn.

Performing to a sold-out crowd for a benefit show to raise money for victims of the fires that had ravaged the North Bay area of the San Francisco region in October 2017, the band played songs spanning Journey's entire catalog, largely focusing on the band's '70s repertoire, including the band's first three albums: "Journey", "Look Into The Future", and "Next". (continue)

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(hennemusic) Queen revisit their 1986 Magic Tour on the latest episode of the weekly series The Greatest Live. The series has seen Roger Taylor and Brian May both speak about the importance of an adrenaline-filled beginning to a Queen live show.

Re-energized after their triumphant performance at Live Aid the previous summer, Queen announced their 1986 The Magic Tour, which would see the band back on stage in the UK and across nine European countries. (continue)

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(hennemusic) Yes is streaming its new album, "Mirror To The Sky", in sync with its May 19 release. The legendary group's 23rd studio set was produced by guitarist Steve Howe and grew out of ideas initially formed during sessions for 2021's "The Quest."

As they were wrapping up that project, Yes found themselves with song sketches, structures, and ideas that were demanding attention. "There was a lot of material floating around because the band hadn't done anything in the studio for so long. Ideas were just copious," says bassist Billy Sherwood. "The pace of it was fast. As soon as we were finished with 'The Quest', and the mix had come out, we took a couple of little breaks there to catch our breath. But there was still music flowing around in the loop. It was just constantly being looked at and worked on. As we were all home and in that mode, things started progressing quite swiftly. We just went one album into another without really announcing, 'Hey, we're working on a second record right now.' We just continued to work on material. It came about pretty naturally, and then we refined it as the process went on. But the initial bursts-there was a lot of material around!" (continue)

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After touring Australia and Japan as well as kicking off this year's festival season by introducing new bassist Peter Baltes last month, U.D.O. -- the iconic heavy metal five-piece led by legendary vocalist Udo Dirkschneider -- today announces their massive, thirteen-track album, Touchdown, set for release late this Summer through Atomic Fire Records.

The band has been very productive recording at various locations in between live activities throughout the year. Crafted with producer and mixing engineer Martin "Mattes" Pfeiffer at Redhead Studio (Wilhelmshaven, Germany) and mastered by Stefan Kaufmann at ROXX Studio (Solingen, Germany), with bass tracks recorded by Baltes, Touchdown is scheduled to land in the end zone of the heavy metal world on August 25th. (continue)

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WaterTower Music has announced today's digital release of the 24-song The Dethalbum (Expanded Edition) with music by Dethklok, the on-screen band from Adult Swim's favorite heavy metal adventure "Metalocalypse".

The Dethalbum (Expanded Edition) gives fans the opportunity to stream the original 15-track album along with 9 additional harder-to-find tracks previously unavailable on all the digital platforms. (continue)

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Chicago based Power Pop-Rock artist Steve Ramone releases his new album, entitled Chasing Daylight, on Pavement Entertainment. Produced by the legendary Chip Z'Nuff, this album consists of ten high-energy songs that are easy for listeners to enjoy.

Ramone says, "I like writing and playing songs that are inviting. Whether it's a hook or a phrase - whatever - it's about songs that get people smiling and dancing. If I'm up there and I see you tapping your foot, paying attention... it makes all the difference in the world to me." (continue)

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Rock supergroup The Dead Daisies have announced a brand new best of album and revealed that they are reuniting with former Motley Crue frontman John Corabi for a supporting tour. Chipster sent over these details:

Ten years ago The Dead Daisies burst onto the music scene with a mission to gather some of the finest musicians in the world and simply put, play some good old fashioned, no bullsh*t Rock'N'Roll!! (continue)

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California's melodic-punk outfit Audio Karate return with their first studio recordings in almost 20 years! The band reunited in early 2018 following the reissue of their two classic LPs Space Camp and Lady Melody. They later released two albums worth of previously unreleased material on Malo and ¬°Otra! and got back on the road for festival appearances and playing with the likes of Descendents and other punk legends. The band quickly realized that playing together was an important part of their lives, and they went into the studio to record the new song "A Show of Hands" in 2022, while also re-recording their song "A Monster in Disguise," adding some much needed production work, making it a much more powerful song.

This limited edition 7-inch EP is being presented by Iodine Recordings, which includes beautiful artwork by Jeff Caudill (Gameface) and photography from the studio and recent tour dates, and was mastered by Jack Shirley (Joyce Manor, Jeff Rosenstock). These songs showcase the power, and precision of Audio Karate's songwriting, which masterfully strikes a balance of hyper-melodic punk rock, emo, and post-hardcore. It's out June 30. (continue)

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Having just earned a remarkable 26th #1 on the Billboard Blues Chart for his sprawling and extensive live concert film and album Tales Of Time, the blues rock icon Joe Bonamassa is back with a brand-new single from his highly anticipated new studio album, due out later this year on his J&R Adventures label.

Joe shows off his blues roots with a captivating rendition of "I Want To Shout About It" originally performed by Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters. Bonamassa's joyful version features solos from Reese Wynans on organ and Paulie Cerra on sax, as well as some killer adlibs from vocalists Dannielle DeAndrea and Charles Jones as the track winds to a close. When Joe recently performed the song on his UK tour, UK music website Sonic Abuse described it as "a glorious, fifties-style boogie." (continue)

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From Ashes To New have released an apocalyptic-themed music video for their new single "Armageddon," which was directed by JOSIAHx (Disturbed, Skillet).

The song comes from their upcoming album BLACKOUT, due July 28 via Better Noise Music, conceptually acts as a prequel to their 2016 debut album DAY ONE and encapsulates the distress of a pre-apocalyptic world; it mirrors the frame of mind the world felt during the 2020 pandemic at which time it was written. (continue)

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The world sees Rock and Classical royalty unite on Drastic Symphonies - a brand-new euphoric album featuring Def Leppard's greatest tracks dramatically reimagined, and sounding more exhilarating than ever before, via the band teaming with London's iconic The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Listen to the album here.

This album represents a bold new approach to Def Leppard's most loved songs. Def Leppard has deconstructed and rebuilt not only some of their most well-known tracks, but also some of their hidden gems as well. By and large, they have intertwined the audio from the original tapes and performed them alongside The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, who is consistently ranked as one of the world's leading orchestras. The album additionally includes new vocals and guitars that culminate in stunningly beautiful symphonic arrangements, which at different points you can hear Joe Elliott duetting with his younger self. (continue)

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Tempt have released a music video for their brand new single "Roses," which is a genuine celebration of the human spirit and the power of positive energy captured through its irresistible groove, catchy chorus and a ripping guitar solo.

"Roses" was produced and mixed by Grammy Award-winner Chris Lord-Alge (Harry Styles, Foo Fighters, Muse) who commended Tempt's efforts, stating: "Working with Tempt was a blast. They are the real deal, with a rare combination of musicality, energy, and heart, which truly shines through in this new single. Their passion for their music and their fans is inspiring, and it was a joy to work with them on this project." (continue)

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Within Temptation have released an AI visualizer video for their brand new single "Wireless". After appearing in 2022 as Iron Maiden's special guest during their North American Tour and embarking on their highly anticipated "Worlds Collide Tour" - a massive European co-headline tour together with Evanescence and for which they've sold close to 200,000 tickets, 2023 is set to be even a bigger year for Within Temptation.

The brand new single "Wireless," out today, marks the start of the countdown to the much-anticipated release of their eighth studio album, due later this year. (continue)

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Austin, TX-based rock group Fire From The Gods have today (May 19) released a new EP, Soul Revolution: Acoustic Vibes, via Better Noise Music consisting of four newly recorded acoustic singles taken from their critically acclaimed recent 2022 album Soul Revolution.

Fire From The Gods have also shared a heartfelt music video for the acoustic version of "Be Free" available today across all digital platforms. The video features a split screen with one side showing footage of the band recording the acoustic track in the studio, while the other side features a compilation of videos and photos submitted by fans including footage of meet & greet experiences, live concert clips and fans lip-synching to the song emblazoned with the band's merch. (continue)

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Alexander Wren released his new album "To Whom It May Concern" this week and to celebrate we asked him to tell us about the record's latest single "The Long Way." Here is the story:

"The Long Way" is the oldest song on my debut album. I started writing it in 2015 while I was in the studio recording my very first EP. The song stumped me; I could never figure out how to finish it, so I shelved it. But throughout the coming years I couldn't stop humming that chorus melody to myself and thinking about how genuine and powerful the sentiment seemed. (continue)

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Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor spoke with Audacy Check In about his forthcoming second solo album, "CMFT", and during the chart he was asked which of his projects that he would want to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Corey responded, "At this point, who gives a sh*t really, to be honest. It's hard for me to say that they get it wrong because sometimes the people they induct 100% deserve it. But there's still so many groups that should go in before some of the ones that have. And it really upsets me, dude, so at this point it's like, I don't even know if I'll be considered for something like that and I couldn't care less, to be honest. (continue)

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Jimmy Buffett took to social media to inform fans that he has been forced to cancel his concert scheduled this Saturday, May 20th, in Charleston, SC, after he was hospitalized.

The post began with, "The Jimmy Buffett & the Coral Reefer Band concert at Credit One Stadium in Charleston, scheduled for this Saturday May 20th, is being rescheduled. All previously purchased tickets will be honored for the new date once announced. More information will be emailed to ticket purchasers directly." (continue)

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(hennemusic) Def Leppard is streaming audio of "When Love & Hate Collide" from their forthcoming album, "Drastic Symphonies." First featured as the lone new track of the 1995 collection, "Vault: Def Leppard Greatest Hits (1980-1995)", the power ballad has been re-recorded to present a new symphonic arrangement alongside The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Due May 19, the 2023 package sees Def Leppard deconstruct and rebuilt not only some of their most well-known tracks, but also some of their hidden gems as well, by intertwining the audio from the original tapes and performing them as new symphonic arrangements. (continue)

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