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Day in Rock Report for 06/06/2024

Halestorm and I Prevail have teamed up for a new collaborative single called "can u see me in the dark?" that they just released ahead of their North American coheadlining tour this summer.

"We're excited to finally have a song come out,' says I Prevail's Eric Vanlerberghe. "It was a fun challenge to blend the Halestorm and I Prevail sounds together. We really focused on creating a music bed that felt very much I Prevail and letting Lzzy just shine and do what she does best. I feel we found a very sick way to blend the two identities of our bands into one massive song. I'm really looking forward to this tour and possibly playing this song live together for everyone." (continue)

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Motor City punk rock pioneers MC5 have released a visualizer for their brand new single "Boys Who Play With Matches", the lead track from their first new album in 53 years, "Heavy Lifiting", that will be hitting stores on October 18 ahead of their Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction.

Atom Splitter sent over these details: "The MC5 represents a kind of uncompromising vision of the future and that is eternal...the flame keeps burning on." - Wayne Kramer - Led by founding member Wayne Kramer and recorded with iconic producer Bob Ezrin (Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, Kiss), the album features original MC5 drummer Dennis 'Machine Gun' Thompson on two tracks along with special guests including Slash, Tom Morello, William DuVall (Alice in Chains), Vernon Reid (Living Colour), Don Was, and Tim McIlrath (Rise Against). (continue)

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Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth has shared his cover of Tommy Tutone's chart topping 1981 hit song "867-5309/Jenny", along with a visualizer video for the cover track.

Roth's take on "867-5309/Jenny" follows his release in April of a new song entitled "Scotch And Sofa 4", which he teased with a series of clips, revealing the first clip on April 9th, followed by additional clips the following two days, before he premiered the full song on April 12th. (continue)

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Original Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler is ready to return to the road for a series of summer shows with his solo band that kick off this weekend at Happy Harry's RibFest in Fargo, ND.

Adler has lined up dates that run through August 2nd in Jefferson City, MO for the '80s Rock Invasion Live at Promenade Pavilion. He will be joined the dates by guitarists Michael Thomas and Alistair James, bassist Christian Sturba and vocalist Ari Kamin. (continue)

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UMe is proud to announce 'Pete Townshend Live In Concert 1985-2001' an expanded 14-CD Box Set and digital set featuring seven long-out-of-print live albums by Pete Townshend.

Newly remastered by Jon Astley, the set gathers together for the first time all of the live solo recordings that were only available via Pete Townshend's website, Eel Pie. All of the albums have been out of print for two decades. (continue)

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Oceano have announced their upcoming new album 'Living Chaos' out August 30 (via Sumerian Records). In celebration of the news, the band has released their new track "Wounds Never Healed" and the official music video.

Prior to today, the band dropped their banger "Mass Produced" which has amassed nearly 1.7 million streams on Spotify alone, over 547k views on YouTube, and can also be found on the forthcoming full-length. (continue)

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The String Cheese Incident is thrilled to unveil the special theme for this year's weekend at Red Rocks. 2024 is a full-year celebration of the band's 30-year history. This year, over the course of their annual 3-night run at Red Rocks, they will showcase and celebrate 3 different geographical locations that have had influence on the band's musical journey over the last 3 decades; The New Orleans Incident, The Colorado Incident and The Nashville Incident.

Friday, July 12: The New Orleans Incident - with George Porter Jr., Ivan Neville & Phunky Friends feat. Tony Hall, Ian Neville, Deven Trusclair, Dumpsta Horns, and special guest Tarriona "Tank" Ball (of Tank & The Bangas) (continue)

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Falling In Reverse have today shared the video for their latest earworm anthem, titled "All My Life," which features a guest appearance by award-winning country music mega-star Jelly Roll.

It's a twangy banger that will undoubtedly be the feel-good hit of the summer, thanks to its seamless blend of Falling In Reverse's supremely catchy and in-your-face hard rock and Jelly Roll's down-to-earth charm and heartfelt country drawl. Bonding over their shared roots, modest upbringing and rebellious spirits, the collaboration between Ronnie Radke and Jelly Roll tells a story of resilience through the ups and downs of life. Southern-fried riffs, soaring guitar solos and singalong choruses make "All My Life" a crossover smash. (continue)

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It's official: The Metallica Marching Band Competition that saw nearly 500 colleges and high schools across the U.S. create exciting, dynamic and unique performances of Metallica music, while vying for prizes valued at nearly $200,000, is back for a bigger, bolder and brassier second year. Sign-ups are open at metallicamarchingband.com from June 6 through the week of September 23, with submissions due the week of November 25.

The second annual Metallica Marching Band Competition, presented by Metallica in partnership with Sweetwater, will offer competing bands three times as many chances to win. Each of the five original categories-College (Division 1), College (Divisions 2 & 3), High School (Large), High School (Medium) and High School (Small)-has now been expanded to include awards for first, second and third place, with winners in each category ultimately selected by the members of Metallica. (continue)

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Skid Row announced their first live album and concert film with the release of a music video for the record's live version of "Slave To The Grind." Skid Row Live In London will be released on September 20th.

Atom Splitter sent over the following details Welcome to the Skid Row live album 35 years in the making! On October 24, 2022, Skid Row took to the stage at 02 Forum Kentish Town and bottled lightening with Skid Row - Live in London, their first official live album and concert film that captures unforgettable, definitive performances of their timeless classics including "18 and Life," "Monkey Business," and "I Remember You," as well as new fan favorites like "Time Bomb" and "Tear It Down" from their revered, Nick Raskulinecz-produced album The Gang's All Here. (continue)

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