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Music News For The Week Of May 17, 2014!

AXS TV has a new show coming out on May 18, called Breaking Band. Sebastian Bach will be appearing on it. Basically the show’s premise is taking up and coming bands and putting them on their first live TV performance and having them meet a rock star who helped influence them and they get to jam with them. No air date has been listed.

Rick Allen, drummer of Def Leppard, announced a new website. You can check it out here:

Chris Cornell (Soundgarden) will be releasing another solo album in September called Higher Truth, followed by a tour.

Warren Haynes (Gov’t Mule) has a new record coming out on July 24. It’s called Ashes And Dust. You can pre-order it here:

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Joe Satriani released a new track called On Peregrine Wings. It’s off his soon to be released album, Shockwave Supernova. Out on July 24. You can check it out here:

George Lynch is releasing his much talked about project, Shadow Train. It will be a 2 CD set, with 18 tracks and will be out on July 17. You can hear the teaser sampler here:

Phish has announced the Magnaball 3 day festival. You can get the info and dates here:

Gregg Allman has a new CD and DVD coming out on August 7, called Live: Back To Macon, Ga.

Helloween released the title track from their album, God Given Right. It comes out May 29. Watch it here:

PhotoFantasm Soundgarden is the first book of it’s kind. A photo book put together by the fans for their love of Soundgarden. You can get all the details here:

Duff McKagan (Guns & Roses, Velvet Revolver) has a newsletter out that you can sign up for it. You can do that here:

Last week’s Rockucation was: This time I’m going deep for this week’s question. This particular song features Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Keith Moon, John Paul Jones and Nicky Hopkins. John Entwistle was supposed to be a part of it, but he never showed up, hence John Paul Jones replaced him. This was supposed to turn into Led Zeppelin, but Beck and Page had a disagreement about the production of the song. What was the song originally called and after Beck’s and Page’s disagreement, what was it called after? The answer comes to us from Ronald R. Lariviere, from North Providence, RI. The answer was Bolero and once the disagreement took place, it became Beck’s Bolero.

Motorhead released a new watch called Warpig. You can get it here:

Symphony X will release their new album, Underworld, on July 24. They also released this song from it called Nevermore. Watch it here:

Bullet For My Valentine released another track this week called No Way Out. It’s from their album Venom, out on August 18. Listen to it here:

The band Poynte are looking for touring help and I think you should read their comments on why they are doing it. I think that kind of explains where a lot of bands are and why they need our support. Check it out here and maybe even help them out:

Dave Matthews has added more dates to his tour. Check them out here:

Chris Squire, bassist for Yes, has been diagnosed with cancer. He will undergo treatment in Phoenix, Arizona. He will be replaced on tour by former member, Billy Sherwood.

The Black Veil Brides released a video from their new and soon to be released DVD, called Alive And Burning out on July 20. This is Faithless, watch it here:

Five Finger Death Punch announced more dates and when you check out the American dates, they add Papa Roach as part of the tour. Get dates here:

Speaking of Five Finger Death Punch, they are running a contest where you can demand they play your city if it’s not on the tour schedule. You can do that here:

Godsmack released a new song from their current album, 1000hp. This is Generation Day. Check it out here:

Billy Idol, released a new video for the song called, Save Me Now, from his current album, Kings & Queens Of The Underground. Watch it here:

Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star released lullaby versions of Rob Zombie this week. You can check out his ad many more to literally rock your child to sleep!

Crawling Spider is a project you should get behind. You’ve seen me post about them in the past couple of weeks. It’s about Mike Montgomery and a tribute album to him titled Back Street Crawler, that will feature many known musicians. You can follow them here and show your support as well:

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The Bullet Boys have two new songs out: Roll Over and Symphony. They play automatically when you go on their website. You can check them out here:!__my-website

Check out Eric Gessner’s Now And Then Show. More new music on this program than any other radio show in the country. Learn about it here:!/NowAndThenKmuz885Fmkmuzorg

Slayer released an announcement or a teaser video for their forthcoming album, Repentless, out on September 11. Check it out here:

Vintage Trouble (finally!) are releasing their new album June 16. It’s titled 1 Hopeful Rd.

I came across this band, Against The Raging Tide, from Newport, Oregon. Check out their video, Cigarettes And Sunsets, here: You can also learn more about them here:

This week’s Rockucation question: This music journalist, changed his career to manage and produce Bruce Springsteen. Who is he?

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