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Music For The Week Of February 8, 2015!

Doug Balmain released Bad Habits from his new album, Burnin’ Both Ends, out on March 3. You can check out his new video here: You can also learn more about him here:

A new supergroup… aren’t you tired of hearing that? You can check out my latest ramblings at  That being said, Tool’s Danny Carey, Mastodon’s Brent Hinds, Burning Brides Dmitri Coats, and Jimmy Hayward have made a new band called: Legend Of The Seagullmen. They have released two songs which you can hear here:

Europe have released the title track from their new album, War Of Kings. The record comes out on March 10th. You can hear it here:–DyVI

All That Remains have released another track from their soon to be released album, The Order Of Things, out on February 24. This is Tru-Kvit-Metal. You can listen to it here:

Hatebreed announced Spring tour dates, get them here:

Riot V, the remaining members of Riot who have reformed as RIOT V, have released a new lyric video for their song, Ride Hard Live Free. It’s from their current album, Unleash The Fire. You can watch it here:

Faith No More have released info on their new album, Sol Invictus, coming out on May 19. You can also get tour dates here:

Alter Bridge are offering a digital download of the making of their Fortress album. You can get it here:

Godsmack announced more tour dates. Get them here:

Led Zeppelin continues their reissue series and on February 24, they will release Physical Graffiti. Here is an audio of a rough mix of Trampled Under Foot:

Canada’s Amnesia Rockfest have announced dates and line ups, featuring Linkin Park and System Of A Down. Get more info here:

Y & T are still trying to raise money for their documentary. If you want to help you can do that here:

Ric Ocasek, former Cars frontman, seems to have come out of hiding or whatever he has been doing, to post some live clips from back in the day. You can check them out here:

Danko Jones released a new video called Do You Wanna Rock. It’s off their current album, Fire Music. You can watch it here:

Last week’s Rockucation question was: Queen’s Night At The Opera, and A Day At The Races were named after what? Buddy Denomme from North Smithfield, RI, gives us the answer this week. The albums were named after the Marx Brothers movies.

Def Leppard, Styx and Tesla have announced a joint tour. You can get dates here:

Blackberry Smoke released a new video from their cd, Holding All The Roses, out now. The song is Let Me Help You (Find The Door). Watch it here:

Danny McCulloch, bassist of the Animals, died of heart failure at the age of 69. RIP.

Jimmy Page is releasing a box set called, Sound Tracks. It comes out on March 6. But you can learn more about it and hear some of the tracks here:

Steve Hackett, former Genesis guitarist, has a new solo album coming out on April 7, called Wolflight. You can hear him tell you about it here:

Electric Boys have released a new video off their current album, Starflight United. This one is called If Only She Was Lonely. Watch it here:

AC/DC announced more tour dates:

Mark Tremonti released a clip for his song, Another Heart, from his soon to be released Tremonti 2 album. Check it out here:

In case you want to know, David Grohl is this year’s Record Day Ambassador. It is April 18.

Thunder are giving people a taste of their album that was released on February 13th. The album is called Wonder Years. Listen to it here: They also released a video for the song, Black Water, and you can watch it here:

Eddie Van Halen recently gave a talk at the Smithsonian. You can watch it here:

Aranda is in the studio, but are looking for some pledging. You can help them out here:

Rumor has it that the Rolling Stones will be touring North America in June and July.

Stone Sour released a new song from the Fear Clinic soundtrack. Out now, it’s called The Dark. It’s a Metal Church song. You can watch it here:

Black Label Society have announced new North American dates, get them here:

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Jethro Tull will be reissuing their album, Minstrel In The Gallery, for the 40th anniversary. It comes out on May 4. It will be a 2CD/2DVD set with all the bells and whistles that these packages come with.

Of Mice And Men have announced tour dates, get them here:

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Adrenaline Mob have released the title track from their new album, Dearly Departed. Out now, you can hear it here:

Three Days Grace announced tour dates, get them here:

Another supergroup I told you about called Motor Sister featuring Scott Ian of Anthrax (among others), released a new song called Fork In The Road. The album, Ride, will be out on March 10. Check out the song here:

Todd Rundgren annouced tour dates, you can get them here:

Mark Slaughter has released a solo album called Reflections In A Rearview Mirror. You can get it here:

Rob Zombie announced Summer tour dates, get them here:

Nightwish have released a new song called Elan, from their new album Endless Forms Most Beautiful, out on March 27. Check it out here:

Rival Sons announced more dates. Get them here:

Bryan Adams will have his Toronto concert from July 2014 at the Elgin Theater. It will air on PBS on March 2 at 9:30 pm.

Whitesnake have a new album announcement coming out February 25th. You can watch the trailer here:

Bob Seger released a live video from his current Ride Out album, This one is called California Stars. Watch it here:

Gov’t Mule announced more dates, get them here:

This week’s Rockucation question is: What is the common thread for all of these musicians? Kip Winger, Orianthi Panagaris, Dick Wagner, Eric Singer, Vinnie Moore, and Dennis Dunaway.

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