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Day in Rock Report for 05/19/2024

Staind's founding drummer Jon Wysocki passed away on Saturday, (May 18th), and his former bandmates have paid tribute to him, including Staind frontman Aaron Lewis. He was 53.

Lewis tweeted on X, ""I'm so sad. I lost my friend. A friend I loved like a brother... fought with like a brother... cared for like a brother... worried about like a brother... cried over like a brother... because he was my brother in arms. My journey would've been different without him. (continue)

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Guns N' Roses are "trying" to make a new studio album, lead guitarist Slash revealed during an interview to discuss his new solo album, "Orgy of the Damned", which hit stores this past Friday (May 17th).

The new album features an impressive list of special guests including AC/DC's Brian Johnson, Aerosmith's Steven Tyler, Chris Stapleton, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, Beth Hart, Bad Company's Paul Rodgers, Iggy Pop, Gary Clark Jr., The Black Crowes' Chris Robinson and Demi Lovato. (continue)

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Rock sister-trio from Monterrey, Mexico, The Warning, have shared a lyric video for their new single "Burnout" and have announced plans to hit the road this fall for a U.S. headline tour.

"Burnout" arrives ahead of the group's forthcoming album, "Keep Me Feed", which is set to be released on June 28th. Paulina "Pau" explained the title, "throughout the whole process, the work was consuming us. By impacting everything we did, the album kept us fed both creatively and personally. We're inviting other people to participate and consume it too." (continue)

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Indie rockers The National Parks have released a brand new single called "Wild Spirit" and they also revealed that they will be hitting the road for the Wild Spirit Tour this fall.

The band had this to say, "Over the last year or so I felt lost in a lot of ways. It felt like I was on a journey, navigating a forest I had never been through before and feeling unsure of where I was going. I would lay awake at night feeling the weight of the unknown and the insecurity of being in a place in my life that felt so foreign and vast. (continue)

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The Used have announced a deluxe b-side album MEDZ, set for release on June 21 via Big Noise. Including previously released singles "People Are Vomit" and "F*** You", MEDZ offers eight new, never-before-heard singles from The Used from the Toxic Positivity writing sessions with John Feldmann in 2022 and 2023.

Alongside the announcement, The Used have released the title track of the upcoming album, "MEDZ". The track, with its bouncing, catchy rhythm paired with existential lyrics sung in frontman robbietheused's unique and enticing voice, is quintessential The Used. (continue)

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Godsmack have released AWAKE, their smash sophomore album, for the first time ever on 2LP remastered vinyl. Following the multi-platinum self-titled debut in 1998, Godsmack returned two years later in 2000 with an album that exceeded expectations as it featured fan favorites "Bad Magick," "Awake," and "Greed."

Building on the breakthrough success of their debut, the sophomore album's title track earned Godsmack their first Billboard #1 hit, and the track "Vampire" earned the band their first Grammy nomination. (continue)

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After emerging as the winner of NBC's The Voice Season 23 and a global fan favorite, Illinois-born and California-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Gina Miles shares her powerful and passionate cover of the Chris Isaak classic "Wicked Game".

Her Season 23 performance of "Wicked Game" during The Voice Playoffs left judges and viewers speechless, amassing 2.7 million YouTube views and counting. Hazy keys set the tone for this rendition with a reimagining of the track's instantly recognizable lead melody. (continue)

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Powerwolf presents the long-awaited first single from their upcoming studio album, 'Wake Up The Wicked', out July 26, 2024 via Napalm Records. "1589" tells the story of Peter Stump, who lived near Cologne, Germany in the 16th century and is known today as the Werewolf of Bedburg.

After being defamed as a werewolf, the farmer confessed to several murders under torture and was cruelly executed on October 31, 1589. This morbid story has fascinated people all over the world ever since and has been picked up by National Geographic, among others. (continue)

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