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Day in Rock Report for 02/18/2024

Legendary Van Halen drummer Alex Van Halen will be releasing his autobiography "Brothers" via Harper Collins on October 22, 2024, according to the publisher's website.

The cover art and details of the book are still be revealed by the publisher. So far that they have only shared the title, as well as the release date and the fact that the book will total 384 pages. (continue)

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Slash joined his former Guns N' Roses bandmate Gilby Clarke on stage during a show in South America earlier this month where they rocked the classic Appetite For Destruction song "Nightrain".

Clarke's solo band drummer Troy Patrick Farrell (Mike Tramp, White Lion) shared video of the jam and had this to say, "Gilby Clarke's February Latin American tour Included 2 shows supporting Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators Feb 7 in Uruguay and Feb 13 in Santiago Chile which was the final show for SMKC in S America. (continue)

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Ashley McBryde appeared on "CBS Sunday Morning" today, Feb. 18th and the segment has been shared online. Sitting down with correspondent Lee Cowan, the Arkansas native shared her journey from playing bars - such as The Rusty Nail featured in the segment - to becoming a member of the Grand Ole Opry, along with discussing the making of her latest critically acclaimed album The Devil I Know.

"Sometimes you are just getting punched in the face over and over, but if you can keep your head on your shoulders and stay on your feet, this is what it looks like," reflects McBryde at the package's close. "The lights go down; everybody applauds and the stage starts to glow, and then the music starts... yes." (continue)

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The Hellacopters have released a documentary called 'Let's Talk Grande Rock Revisited' in which they share interesting background information on the double album Grande Rock Revisited that's out today via Nuclear Blast Records!

The insightful clip directed by Emil Klinta shows original members Nicke, Robert, Boba and Dregen talk about the idea behind the revisited version of their classic record Grande Rock from 1999, and why they decided to release this new version as a double album. (continue)

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Canadian alt-rockers Mother Mother have released a music video for their track "Explode!" to celebrate the arrival of their brand new studio album, "Grief Chapter", which hit stores this past Friday (Feb 16th).

Frontman Ryan Guldemond had this to say about the track, "This song is about the desire to live so fully that one becomes overzealous and manic about it. There's a fear-based element within striving so hard: fear of death, fear of time running out, and fear of not doing enough. Thus, we end up doing too much and, in turn, getting tired, losing our ability to be present, and ultimately never finding peace." (continue)

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Kamelot will bring their glorious Awaken the World Tour 2024 to Europe this October, starting in Utrecht (NL). The multinational icons founded and led by mastermind and guitarist Thomas Youngblood just announced new dates in 17 cities across 11 countries!

The new European and UK leg of the tour will begin on October 12, 2024 in Utrecht (NL) and will cross all over Europe and the UK, coming to an end on November 3, 2024 in Manchester (UK). (continue)

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Warner Records have announced that they will be releasing "blur - Parklife (30th Anniversary Zoetrope Picture Disc)", a 1xLP (Zoetrope Vinyl), for this year's Record Store Day that will be limited to 2,000 copies in USA.

Record Store Day will be taking place this year on April 20th. The label sent over these details: Record Store Day 2024 will mark the 30th anniversary of seminal blur album Parklife with a special, limited edition zoetrope picture disc pressing of the era-defining record. The single-vinyl pressing is housed within a single sleeve featuring the iconic Parklife cover art, the animated zoetrope illustrating the classic blur iconography as never before. (continue)

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Michigan hard rockers Horizon Theory have released a brand new single entitled "Nowhere To Go" that has arrived as the band prepares to hit the road this spring with Cold and Orgy.

"To me this song is about battling alcoholism and/or suicide. Ruining relationships with the choices you've made and how it all affects the ones you love. Realizing that, but not knowing how to change so you fall in even further" - says vocalist Josh Harrington. (continue)

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In conjunction with the upcoming biopic Bob Marley: One Love, which is based on the life of global icon, Island/UMe will be releasing a new limited edition of Bob Marley 's timeless album, Exodus, on May 24, 2024. Including an exclusive 10" LP of rare bonus tracks and an essay by Jamaican historian Herbie Miller, this all-new package will be encased in a gatefold design for the first time.

Cited by Time Magazine as the Best Album of the 20th Century ("Every song is a classic, from the messages of love to the anthems of revolution") and the BBC as the "album that defined the 20th Century," the legacy of Exodus extends beyond genres, eras, and continents, whose impact propelled Third World culture and politics into the global spotlight. (continue)

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Tennessee native Morgan Wallen, announces he will open a one-of-a-kind six-story venue, called "This Bar and Tennessee Kitchen" in 2024. It will be a bar, restaurant and live music concept in downtown Nashville's iconic Lower Broadway district.

Wallen, who The New York Times calls "the biggest country star of the 2020s - and one of the biggest stars in pop, period," has partnered with trusted Broadway owner and operator TC Restaurant Group to bring his vision to life and deliver an experience true to himself and unique to the market. (continue)

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