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Music News For The Week Of March 30, 2015!

Killswitch Engage released No End In Sight, a live video from their soon to be released DVD. Check out the song from the Worcester Palladium Halloween 2014 show:

Dead Sara has a new album out called Pleasure To Meet You. They released Something Good. You can check it out here:

Van Halen released a tour promotion trailer, watch it here:

FM will be releasing their new album, Heroes And Villains, on April 17. But this week they released a new lyric video for Somedays I Only Want To Rock And Roll. Check it out here:

Frank Zappa’s 100th release is finally coming out June 1. It’s titled Dance Me This. He recorded it just before he died. You can preorder it here:

Megadeth has now completed its line up. Chris Adler from Lamb Of God on drums, and Kiko Loureiro from Angra on guitar. They are currently in the studio. Looking forward to hear what this line up brings us.

Van Morrison just released a new album called Duets: Re-Working The Catalogue. It features duets with Steve WInwood, Mark Knopfler, and others. You can check out Fire In The Belly, here:

Led Zeppelin have released an interactive video of Trampled Under Foot (Brandy And Coke), from their current deluxe release of Physical Graffiti. Have fun with it here:

The Rolling Stones have released a lyric and acoustic version of Wild Horses for their new deluxe remastered of Sticky Fingers out on May 26th. Check it out here: They also released a trailer for it, which you can check out here: The Rolling Stones also announced a tour and you can get dates here:

Marilyn Manson and Smashing Pumpkins have announced a co-headlining tour called The End Of Times. You can get dates here:

Gov’t Mule are streaming their soon to be released live album titled Dub Side Of The Mule. It comes out on April 6. You can listen to it here:

Wendy Dio, widow of Ronnie James Dio, is in talks to release a Hear ‘N Aid deluxe edition with unreleased footage and behind the scenes stuff. Also a new version of the song with new and classic artists with the proceeds going to the Ronnie James Dio Stand Up And Shout Cancer Fund.

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Last week’s Rockucation question was: Van Halen, Carlos Santana, Orianthi, Slash and Steve Stevens all recorded with what pop star? The answer comes to us from Kamran Khan of Seekonk, MA. The answer is Michael Jackson.

Halestorm’s new album, Into The WIld Life, is available for streaming before its release. It comes out April 14, but you can listen for free here:

Bob Burns, the original drummer for Lynyrd Skynyrd, died in a car accident on April 3rd. He was 64 years old. RIP, Bob!

Tom Keifer of Cinderella fame, has released another track off of his current solo album,  The Way Life Goes. This song is It’s Not Enough. Watch it here:

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Styx will be releasing a vinyl box set of their A&M releases. It will be called Styx: The A&M Albums 1975-1984. Out on May 12.

Razor have released a new lyric video for the song, Blood For Blood. The album is slated for a spring release, but you can check the song out here for now:

Tommy Bolin has a 40th anniversary box set coming out. It’s called 40th Anniversary Vinyl Edition Box Set. It comes out May 19. Here is the Teaser video:

Between The Buried And Me have released a 10 minute track called: Memory Palace. If you like progressive metal, you should check them out. The album comes out July 7. Check out the song here:

Judas Priest will be releasing a limited edition coffee with the 35th anniversary of British Steel. The British Steel coffee will be released April 14, by Dark Matters Coffee. You will also get a cassette with Grinder and Snakebite. You can buy it here:

Slash, Featuring Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators are releasing a DVD, called: Live At The Roxy. It comes out June 15, along with CDs, etc.

Steve Vai released Weeping China Doll from his soon to be released DVD, Stillness In Motion-Vai Live In L.A., out on April 7. Check it out here:

This week’s Rockucation question is: What do Steely Dan’s Pretzel Logic, The Who’s, Kids Are Alright, KISS’s, Dressed To Kill, Foghat’s, Fool For The City, and Led Zeppelin’s Physical Graffiti, all have in common?

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