Music News For The Week Of October 18, 2015!
Monster Truck released a fantastic track this week called Don’t Tell Me How To Live. Listen to it here
If you are really old school, you will remember Three Dog Night. Cory Wells, the founder and vocalist of the band, passed this week at the age of 74. No cause of death was given. RIP, Cory.
Inglorious released a new song this week called Breakaway. It’s from their soon to be released debut album. The song kicks ass! The album comes out February 19, 2016. Crank the tune here
The Monsters Of Rock Cruise has added more bands. It sails in February. Get the details here
Def Leppard announced more dates with Tesla and Styx. Get the dates here
Chastain released a new song this week called All Hail The King from their soon to be released album, We Bleed Metal, out on November 6. You can listen to it here
Download Festival announced he lineups. Headliners are Rammstein, Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden. Get the lineups here
All That Remains announced a tour with Devour The Day, Audiotopsy and Sons Of Texas. Get dates here
Heaven’s Basement have parted ways with their singer, Aaron Buchanan. They aren’t cancelling any shows. In the interim, as they look for the perfect replacement, they have We Are Harlot’s frontman, Danny Worsnip, filling in.
Faith No More released another video off their current album, Sol Invictus, out now. The song is Sunny Side Up. Watch it here
Trapt announced new tour dates, get them here
There is another rock cruise out. This one is called Axes And Anchors, The First Ever Guitar Dominated Cruise. This one also sails in February 2016. Get the details here
Homewreckr (spelling intentional) have released a new video from their current EP, The Wreckning. The song is Like You, you can watch it here
Last week’s Rockucation question: There are a couple of stories on how this band got its name. The first is that this female was very close to the band and saw every show hence the name of the band, some replace being the groupie with that she was strung out on drugs. Another story is she was Jimi Hendrix’s girlfriend who was on heroin. Some say it was a drug using manager. Also that the band was named after a hooker who was a huge fan. In any event they formed in 1985, part of the alternative rock scene in Los Angeles, CA. Who is it? The answer comes to us from Los Angeles, CA. Andy Khatchatrian knew it was Jane’s Addiction.
Leslie West (Mountain) released his cover of Curtis Mayfield’s People Get Ready. It’s off his soon to be released album, Soundcheck. The album features guests such as Brian May (Queen) and Peter Frampton. You can listen to the song here
This week, Apocalyptica put out a new lyric video for House Of Chains. It’s from their current album, Shadowmaker. You can watch it here
This is pretty cool, The Beatles will be releasing an expanded deluxe version of the Beatles 1 album. It includes videos and the rest of the stuff that goes into these box sets. But they did release a previously unreleased video of them doing Revolution. You can watch it here
Coheed And Cambria have released a new song called Island. It’s from their current album, The Color Before The Sun. Check it out here
Queen released a live video this week of Bohemian Rhapsody. It’s from their new DVD release on November 20. The DVD is titled, A Night At The Odeon-Hammersmith 1975. You can watch it here
Billy Gibbons postponed his solo tour. Get new dates here
The Rolling Stones released another live video from their soon to be released DVD, From The Vault: Live At The Tokyo Dome 1990, out on October 30. Check out Mixed Emotions here
Anthrax released a new lyric video this week for their future album, no name as of yet. The song is Evil Twin. Watch it here
The Darkness released an in-studio version of their song, Mudslide, off their current album, Last Of Our Kind. You can watch it here
Ritchie Blackmore will be performing at the Monsters Of Rock Festival in Germany next year. The dates have been confirmed. Get details here
Blue October released a trailer for their up and coming live concert film, Things We Do At Night (Live from Texas), out on November 20. You can watch it here
Rush released Closer To The Heart from their R40 Live DVD, coming out in November. You can watch it here
Michael Schenker’s Temple Of Rock released a great rocking track called, Communion. It’s from their current album Spirit On A Mission. Check it out and turn it up here
Puscifer released a new video for their title track this week called Money Shot. The album comes out October 30. You can watch it here
Stryper’s Michael Sweet gave a track by track breakdown off of their new album Fallen. You can watch it here
Bruce Springsteen has released a trailer for his new box set, The Ties That Bind: The River Collection. Out on December 4th. You can watch it here
Elton John has a new album coming out on February 5, 2016. It’s called Wonder Crazy Night. He did put out a audio track called Looking Up from it. You can listen to it here
The 2016 Download Festival announced lineups and headliners. Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden and Rammstein are the closers. Check out ticket info here
This week’s Rockucation question is: These songs have one thing in common, what is it. Something, by The Beatles, Bell Bottom Blues,by Derek And The Dominoes, For You Blue By The Beatles, and Layla by Eric Clapton.