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Music News For The Week Of June 29, 2014!

Ted Nugent released yet another song from his up and coming album, Shut Up And Jam. The album comes out on July 8.  This one was just in time for the July 4th weekend and I say this because it’s appropriate. This one is called I Love My BBQ. Check it out here:

Hammerfall released a trailer to tell you about their new album (r)evolution. Out on August 29. You can hear a teaser of their soon to be released single Bushido. Watch it here:

Judas Priest released another track called Dragonaut from their album Redeemer Of Souls out on July 8th. Check it out here:

Avenged Sevenfold released a new video called This Means War off of their current album Hail To The King. You can watch it here:

Motley Crue debuted their new song on their opening night of their farewell tour. All Bad Things Must End. You can check out the live version of it here:

As mentioned last week, Buckcherry is doing six covers, one release for the next six months. The first single is the Rolling Stones, Beast Of Burden. You can get the details here:

In a message to the fans, Tony Iommi thanks everyone for their support. He also alluded to another tour. We can always hope to see Black Sabbath stay together and tour.

Silvertung, is still looking for some help. Please check it out.  You can read their story and see if you can help them reach their goal. Details are here:

The Jimi Hendrix movie, All By My Side out on September 26th, has released a trailer for it. You can watch it here:

The Red Hot Chili Peppers are giving away their new Live EP for free. You can get more info and download it here:,11065/Red-Hot-Chili-Peppers-mp3-flac-download-2012-13-LIVE-EP.html

The Who have announced they will be doing a 50th anniversary tour and a new album. They already scheduled dates in the UK. You can get them here:

Last week’s Rockucation question was:  Who is John Rutsey and what band did he play for? The answer comes to us from Kamran Khan of Seekonk, MA. Rutsey was Rush’s original drummer and played on their first album.

Michael Sweet of Stryper released his first solo video from his album I’m Not Your Suicide (out now). This is called Coming Home. You can watch it here:

Steve Walsh, Lead singer of Kansas has announced that he will be leaving the band. His last date will be August 16 in Sioux City, Iowa. No real reasons have been given. But if you like them, maybe you can start sending your audition tape.

Chicago released a new video called America (sort of a call to action on the political state of the country). Anyway it’s for their new album out July 8 called Now: Chicago XXXVI. You can watch it here:

You may care that Flyleaf has a new female singer, but I don’t.

Bruce Springsteen will have a short film out on July 9th, called Hunter Of Invisible Game. It will air at 12pm Eastern time on his website. You can go here to watch it:

Rumor is that this coming October there will be a new Pink Flyod album out called Endless River. Nothing official, but rumored.

Black Stone Cherry has announced they have a new website and you can check it out here:

As a side note, I gave you all the info on the country tribute to Motley Crue, in past reports, But I really don’t care about it and that they continue to post everyone’s songs for it. You won’t find them here.

Thousand Foot Krutch has a new album coming out called Oxygen:Inhale, it will be out on August 26. They are also offering a Pledgemusic campaign, pre order, you can do that here:

King Crimson released a teaser of audio of their new soon to be released album. You can find more info on their tour and other stuff here:, but you can listen to the teaser of Unto Joy Part 1, here:

Rock And Roll Fantasy Camp is coming to the East Coast. Foxwoods Casino is now going to be putting it on. Roger Daltrey being the main attraction. You can get details here:

Weezer’s soon to be released album, Everything Will Be Alright In The End, (no release date yet). They have released a video for their track My Mystery, which you can watch here:

The new show airing on July 10, Welcome To Sweden, will have a cameo by Gene Simmons.

Guns And Roses have released a live video of Welcome To The Jungle from their new DVD, Appetite For Democracy 3D: Live From The Hard Rock Casino, Las Vegas. You can watch it here:

This week’s Rockucation question is: What’s the band name that included; Noel Redding, and Mitch Mitchell.

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