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Day in Rock Report for 05/29/2024

The Offspring have shared pro-shot video for their jam with Ed Sheeran that took place last weekend at the BottleRock Napa Valley music festival at the Napa Valley Expo.

Sheeran joined the band for a performance of their song "Million Miles Away" from their 2000 album, "Conspiracy Of One". As we previously reported, frontman Dexter Holland introduced the popstar's surprise appearance by telling the crowd, "Ed told us that one of our records was his first CD that he ever bought when he was a kid. (continue)

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Last night, Red Hot Chili Peppers kicked off the last leg of their wildly successful 'Unlimited Love Tour' with an incredible sold-out performance in Ridgefield, WA at RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater.

Special guest Ken Carson opened the show ahead of the critically acclaimed rock band taking the stage with an "Intro Jam," into "Dani California." Over the course of the show, Red Hot Chili Peppers performed classics "Californication," "Scar Tissue," "Suck My Kiss," and more, along with popular tracks "Aquatic Mouth Dance, "Eddie," "Black Summer," and others off their two #1 studio albums that were released in 2022, Unlimited Love and Return of the Dream Canteen. (continue)

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Puscifer, in partnership with Sumerian Comics and Sumerian Records, has released "The Algorithm", a new single written exclusively for the soundtrack to the hugely popular "American Psycho" comic book series.

"American Psycho" artists Piotr Kowalski ("The Witcher," "Bloodborne," "Sex") and Brad Simpson ("Kong of Skull Island," "Stray Dogs," "Blade Runner Origins") collaborated with Puscifer to create original illustrations for the video. The clip, animated by Tony Celano of Sumerian Records, features the serials' lead characters Charlene Carruthers and Patrick Bateman, with Carruthers' social media-heavy storyline aligning with Puscifer's oft-mentioned themes of dopamine addiction through habitual social media use. (continue)

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Testament announce newly added Chicago show to their Klash Of The Titans 2024 co-headlining tour with Kreator with special guests possessed. Their set celebrates the forthcoming remastered reissues of the landmark first two albums
The Legacy and the New Order.

"Get ready North America. We are looking forward to a co-headline tour with our Thrash master friends Kreator. This is gonna be a madhouse of a show with our Bay Area homies Possessed opening the show so get there early. Testament will be performing an old-school set celebrating the re-release of The Legacy and The New Order." - Testament (continue)

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Five For Fighting (aka John Ondrasik) will be hitting the road this July and August, bringing along his band, drummer Randy Cooke (Mick Jagger, Ringo Starr, Dave Stewart), bassist Sean Hurley (John Mayer, Ringo Starr, Alanis Morissette), and guitarist Peter Thorn (Chris Cornell, Melissa Etheridge, Don Henley), to play the songs his fans have loved for over two decades along with his recent viral sensations.

"If it's summer, the Five for Fighting rock band is back in the bus!" says Ondrasik. "It's always a thrill for me to play with such amazing musicians, Pete, Randy, and Sean. We look forward to playing songs people know and love and some of the newer songs like 'OK (We Are Not Ok)' that I performed in Hostage Square in Israel the night Iran attacked. We'll tell some stories along the way and, as always, recognize our wonderful troops and military families. We pride ourselves in putting on a family show, so bring the kids, bring the grandparents, and we will see you this summer!" (continue)

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Acclaimed indie rock duo The Raveonettes are set to take their hypnotic, dream pop sound to new heights on a much-anticipated new album, "Sing...," available everywhere on July 19. This album is a remarkable collection of inspired covers, showcasing the band's unique interpretations of classics by The Shangri-Las, The Cramps, Buddy Holly, The Shirelles, The Velvet Underground, and many more!

Fans have already been clamoring about the band's surprisingly lush cover of the beloved Gram Parsons alt-country masterpiece "Return Of The Grievous Angel," released earlier this month. And today The Raveonettes treat us to the dreamiest of rock lullabies, the sweetly lilting Every Brothers ballad "All I Have To Do Is Dream." Drenched in reverb with brittle, chiming guitars and a floor tom-heavy drum groove that'll wake the neighbors, The Raveonettes turn the Everly's sweet soda-fountain '50s bop into a modern shoegaze epic with a breadth and depth that you have to hear to believe. (continue)

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The Exies are thrilled to announce their long-awaited comeback EP, "Closure", set for release on Friday, June 28th. Alongside today's announcement, the band have also released a brand new video for their latest single, "s.A.D".

As a significant milestone in The Exies' illustrious career, "Closure" marks their first body of work in over a decade and features a collection of tracks that delve into themes of reflection, resilience, and new beginnings. The upcoming EP will feature the band's signature - a blend of infectious rock anthems weaved together with introspective lyrics, embodying the band's lasting legacy. (continue)

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The String Cheese Incident is thrilled to announce their 2024 Fall Tour. The first leg kicks off at Bender Jamboree in Las Vegas, NV, launching right into fresh dates beginning September 18 with a rare stop in Oklahoma City, followed by stops in Kansas City, Milwaukee, Detroit and Louisville. The Halloween-focused second leg of the tour starts at Suwannee Hulaween, moving northeast into the newly opened Paramount Theater in Brooklyn and continuing on to Philadelphia. The run will end with two nights at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY, November 1 and 2.

Throughout the band's 30+ year career, they have become known for their immersive live show experience that pushes genre, and experiential boundaries time and again. The Colorado-bred six-piece employs their expansive cross-genre live shows incorporating everything from bluegrass to dubstep to psychedelia with equal parts abandon and ingenuity-a feat that's found them sharing stages with such wide-ranging artists as Lauryn Hill, Skrillex, James Brown, Billy Strings, Perry Farrell, Sheryl Crow, Zac Brown Band, and more. (continue)

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Alternative rockers The Early November has today released a music video for their new single "The Empress". The song - written about struggling to overcome repeated setbacks - serves as the opening track to their upcoming self-titled album (out June 14th), setting the tone for a record fueled by frustration.

"This song is about how hard it is to hold it together sometimes.. we have to pretend a lot of the time to keep existing in the entertainment world. I can't say enough how grateful I am.. but I also can't say it's been a walk in the park," shares frontman Ace Enders. "Emotionally I have been devastated many times, got back up to be knocked over again... and as a result, just kind of feel an unraveling of sorts almost all the time. This song is my inner struggle with overcoming that." (continue)

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The sound of summer is on AXS TV, as the Network gives viewers the ultimate front row seat to landmark performances from some of rock's most influential icons-airing throughout the month of June.

The summer concert series kicks off on June 1, as Metallica legends James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett, and Robert Trujillo join forces with the San Francisco Symphony 20 years after the band's definitive S&M album, to put a unique twist on signature hits such as "For Whom The Bell Tolls," "The Memory Remains," "One," "Nothing Else Matters," and "Enter Sandman" in Metallica: S&M2. Then, rock trailblazer Robert Plant delivers a career-spanning set featuring Led Zeppelin classics, solo standouts, and more in Robert Plant And The Band Of Joy: Live From The Artists Den. (continue)

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Inspired by the renegade spirit of Pirate Radio with over 20 years on the airwaves, "Little Steven" Van Zandt is hoisting the Jolly Roger and joining forces with Sixthman, the leader in festivals and music cruises for more than two decades, for Little Steven's Underground Garage Cruise, a full-throttle, four-day Rock 'N' Roll adventure sailing May 9-13, 2025 from Miami, FL to Nassau, Bahamas aboard Norwegian Gem, that is sure to be "The Coolest Cruise in the World."

The mind-blowing maiden voyage of Little Steven's Underground Garage Cruise will create a commotion on the ocean with an unrelenting lineup of over 20 bands, including Social Distortion, X, Rocket From The Crypt, Reverend Horton Heat, Old 97's, Low Cut Connie, Los Straitjackets, Lenny Kaye, Flamin' Groovies, The Dictators, The Fleshtones, The Chesterfield Kings, Supersuckers, Linda Gail Lewis, Slim Jim Phantom Trio, The Dollyrots, The Woggles, The Coolies, The Untamed Youth, Deke Dickerson, The Neanderthals, The Sound Minds, Goons!, and more to be announced. Onboard activities will include Lenny Kaye & Friends celebration of "Nuggets," Renegade Cinema film screenings like the 2015 documentary Who Do You Want Me to Be? followed by a Q&A with Master of Ceremonies Michael Des Barres, as well as SiriusXM Sessions at Sea radio tapings hosted by fellow DJs from Little Steven's Underground Garage channel on SiriusXM, Count Peter Zaremba, The Mighty Manfred, Kelly Ogden and Palmyra Delran. (continue)

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Four Year Strong have shared a video for their new single "uncooked" to celebrate the announcement that their new studio album, "analysis paralysis," will be released on August 9th via Pure Noise Records.

Fans can catch new music live for the first time this summer as Four Year Strong hits the road with A Day To Remember and The Story So Far. They'll also be performing at this years Four Chord Music Festival and When We Were Young Festival. (continue)

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Dayseeker just wrapped an incredibly successful, sold-out headline tour of the U.S. last week, which included appearances at several festivals. Dayseeker will return to the road for a new headline trek this fall and it's big deal for both the band and fans. They will play the biggest venues of their career so far, while also hitting cities they've not performed in recently!

The "Dayseeker: Dark Sun Protocol" tour will kick off September 27 in Dallas and run through November 2 in Los Angeles. Alpha Wolf, Catch Your Breath, and Kingdom of Giants will also appear. (continue)

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The new line-up of Finnish-Ecuadorean melodic heavy metal band Black Sun shares "Drown in Sin" the second single from their forthcoming self-titled album. Like their previous single "Slay the Queen," "Drown in Sin" is available in Dolby Atmos on Apple Music and other supporting platforms.

Fronted by the formidable Netta Laurenne, Black Sun is completed by founding members Nicolas Estrada (drums), Christopher Grunberg (guitar), and Santiago Salem (bass) as well as the band's producer, Thunderstone guitarist Nino Laurenne. As a result, Ecuador and Finland are now bonded and represented by a band that is one of a kind. With this new lineup, Black Sun entered the studio to record a full-length album, which was recorded at Hi Noiz Studio and Sonic Pump Studios, produced and mixed by Nino Laurenne, and mastered by Svante Forsback (Rammstein, Apocalyptica, Volbeat, Amaranthe). (continue)

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Cavalera have delivered their new single "From The Past Comes The Storms", the second track from their forthcoming album, "Schizophrenia". Costin Chioreanu was once again enlisted to create the animated music video.

Max Cavalera states, "'From The Past Comes The Storms' is a ferocious album opener. It is a pioneer song using the '80s Metal movement's mentality. I love the apocalyptic vision in Costin's video, bringing the circle of life and death and war and pain. This is going to be a banger to play live!" (continue)

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Midwest heavy rockers Conquest just released their new album, 'Paradox Vol. 1" and to celebrate we asked Derrick Brumley to tell us about the track "Love Amplified". Here is the story:

So "Love Amplified", what a great track to share. One day in the studio, Mike comes in and plays this cool little hook on the guitar, and it was the opening riff very Van Halen ish to us at the time and maybe a little of ACDC as well. (continue)

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