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Day in Rock Report for 03/30/2024

Pearl Jam have released a trailer for their upcoming one night only theatrical event to celebrate the release of their new album, "Dark Matter" on April 16th. Republic Records sent over the following details:

Distributed by Abramorama, Dark Matter will come to life in over 800 locations worldwide, including US theaters AMC, Regal, Cinemark, Landmark, Marcus, Cinepolis, Harkins, Alamo Drafthouse, Chinese Cineplex, IFC, and more. Additionally, AMC and other cinemas will feature Dolby Atmos showings. (continue)

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The Offspring have shared the ninth episode of their podcast Time to Relax with The Offspring featuring multi-platinum award winning producer, engineer and musician, Bob Rock (Metallica, Motley Crue, Michael Buble, The Offspring).

For this episode, The Offspring takes a break in between recording sessions with legendary producer Bob Rock to put him in front of the microphone. Bob and the band discuss Canadian punk rock, recording to tape back in the day and what the most important elements of an Offspring song are. Bob shares some epic tales from the studio with The Payolas, Motley Crue, Bon Jovi and Metallica. Blackball finds out that Bob has also worked with Mariah Carey. (continue)

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Alien Ant Farm have released "Last dAntz", which is the final single from their upcoming album ~mAntras~ to be released April 26, 2024 through Megaforce Records.

The song follows the release of "So Cold" and "Fade", both of which were accompanied by official music videos and can be seen on the band's YouTube channel now. (continue)

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Triple Tigers recording artist Scotty McCreery has never been one to shy away from sharing his faith, even expressing the duality of his spirituality on his No. 1 hit song "In Between" where he sang "I ain't all Holy water and I ain't all Jim Beam...I'm somewhere in between." Just in time for Easter, McCreery is getting personal again with today's release of his latest track, "Red Letter Blueprint," from his upcoming album Rise and Fall, out May 10th.

"My faith is everything to me," said McCreery. "It's held me up during my lows, and it's been with me when I celebrate my highs. This new album was influenced by the rises and falls in my life through the years, so I wanted to sing about what sustains me. I've featured songs about my wife and my son, but I also wanted to share a song about my faith. I hope it is comforting to anyone who may need to hear these words." (continue)

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The Cold Stares, known for their electrifying blend of blues-rock, have released their latest single, "Horse To Water," the first taste of an exciting slate of new material expected later this year. This new track emerges as a profound reflection on the band's unexpected yet embraced connection to their Southern musical roots, delving deep into themes of resilience, redemption, and the enduring power of personal and musical legacy, all expressed through a contemporary lens that only The Cold Stares can offer.

"After touring the world the last few years, we kept getting the tag 'southern' attached to our music in interviews and press," recalls guitarist/vocalist Chris Tapp. "Being 'southern' was never something we intentionally did or tried to interject, but since we had been labeled as such, I decided to write a series of songs that exemplified what that term meant to me. 'Horse to Water' is a tip of the hat to southern leaning blues rock bands like Bad Company and Skynyrd in the voice of who and where we are today as The Cold Stares." (continue)

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Gamblers will be celebrating the release of their sophomore album Pulverizer with a special album release show. Join the band at Heaven Can Wait in New York on March 30th to hear songs from the new album live.

The twelve song collection features previous singles "Pulverizer" and "Running From My Grave." Lead singer Michael McManus describes Pulverizer as being able to navigate the experience of professional success all while having your personal life completely falling apart. (continue)

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Legendary drummer Michael Shrieve announces the much-anticipated release of his album, "Drums of Compassion," set to drop on May 24, 2024 on Trey Gunn's innovative label, 7D Media. This album is a testament to Shrieve's artistic journey, encapsulating over fifty years of musical exploration and collaboration with some of the most revered names in the industry.

"Drums of Compassion" is not merely an album; it's an odyssey that began two decades ago inspired by the Dalai Lama's call for a Time of Compassion, with a nod to the title of Nigerian Percussionist Babatunde Olatunji's classic album from 1959, "Drums of Passion", which is one of the first records to popularize African Music to the Western World. This album is graced with an Introduction Vocal Incantation by Olatunji himself and acts as a bridge between eras, cultures, and sounds, embodying the spirit of unity and the transformative power of music. (continue)

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Yonder Mountain String Band reflect on over two decades of music-making with the surprise reveal of I'd Like Off, a formerly unreleased collection and one of the last studio projects featuring the group's original lineup: Adam Aijala, Dave Johnston, Ben Kaufmann, and the late Jeff Austin. Out today on all digital streaming platforms, the five track EP offers a unique glimpse into a crucial chapter of the band's extensive history, underlining its steadfast chemistry and dedication to honest, benevolent songcraft.

Known for its high-octane live show and bold, expressive approach to bluegrass music, Yonder Mountain String Band continues to push the boundaries of the genre while casting light upon some of life's less-than-storybook moments. Written, recorded, and performed over a decade ago--during a time when mental health awareness and support structures did not commonly exist within the music industry--the songs that make up I'd Like Off are a valiant representation of the darkness we all harbor, bolstered by the necessary delivery of profound compassion and care. (continue)

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