Archive for July, 2011
3 Doors Down continued the promo tour for their new album "Time Of Our Life". The band performed on the Fox and Friends outdoor stage in New York City this past Friday (July 29),
Vocalist Brad Arnold talks, then the band performs "Every Time You Go":
Brad Arnold talks a bit more to the host, then the band performs "Round and Round" and "Here Without You" on the "After the Show Show":
3 Doors Down also stopped by "Live! With Regis & Kelly" to perform "Every Time You Go" on July 27.
The always promotionally creative Foo Fighters went all out behind the release of "Wasting Light", even doing a tour of fans garages. Originally the band released a short clip from each stop on the tour. Now, the band has released a 40 minute full length garage tour video. Check it out...it rocks!
Here's the brand new track from Chickenfoot "Big Foot". The single will be on Itunes on August 1, and the new album, "Chickenfoot III" is out September 27.
Back in 1983, Cinderella shot a cable TV commercial for US food chain, Pat's Chili Dogs. Check out it's awesomeness here:
Thanks to YouTube user jimmychristians09 for posting this:
The vinyl version of Cinderella's double live LP, Live At The Mohegan Sun, will be released via Bologna Rock City in New York, NY at the Bologna Loves New York show on September 11th. The Bolognese Label, thanks to the cooperation with Frontiers Records, bought the copyright and the exclusive for this format and the edition will be released in gatefold version, in special edition white, pink glam fest, and two standard black. As a standard for Bologna Rock City everything is in limited edition, 500 copies numbered by hand.
Tracklisting is as follows:
‘The Last Mile’
‘Somebody Save Me’
‘Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone)’
‘Fallin Apart At The Seams’
Order a copy here
David Draiman says Disturbed's upcoming hiatus is not at all the result of any strife between the four band members. "This is really not due to any animosity -- I want to make that very clear," Draiman tells Billboard.com. "In fact, we just had dinner together last night. Believe me, it's not like we can't work with each other any more or we don't get along. This isn't a bad blood thing, and I don't ever want people to get that impression of it."
Rather, Draiman says, Disturbed has decided to "go away for... an indefinite period of time" after its current run on the Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival just because he and his mates feel "it's just the right time to step away for awhile" after five studio albums -- four of which have debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 -- and worldwide sales of more than 13 million.
"Many of those reasons are personal reasons, and many of those reasons have to do with the state of the music industry in general and the demise of hard rock and metal right now," Draiman, who's getting married in September, explains. "The industry is still in a state of reformation; it is on the verge of collapse, in my opinion. It's a frightening time, and I think after 10 to 12 years straight of touring it's just a good time for Disturbed to go away for awhile and wait for the Phoenix to rise from the ashes."
The singer adds that he, guitarist Dan Donegan, bassist John Moyer and drummer Mike Wengren are all looking forward to pursuing other opportunities, musical and otherwise, during the break. "I know that Danny has wanted to do some production work on his own, and there's some bands I've wanted to work with as well," Draiman says. "We've had things we've wanted to do as individuals for the past 10, 12 years and we haven't been able to because Disturbed is so all-encompassing. This is going to give all of us an opportunity to just kind of go in different directions, creatively, as people and just see if the opportunities that have been kind of passing us by...are still around and if we feel fulfilled in doing them."
Read more here:billboard.com