Saxon’s Latest Live LP Is Available Now

Courtesy: UDR Music

Courtesy: UDR Music

Saxon has officially released its latest live recording to the masses.

Let Me Feel Your Power is available now in stores and online. The recording, released via UDR Music, is the band’s 10th live recording.

The recording features 16 of the band’s biggest hits and features performances recorded during the band’s stop in Munich in November 2015 and Brighton in January 2016.  It also features bonus material recorded during the band’s performance in Chicago from September 2015.

The songs featured in the show’s set list includes: ‘Battering Ram,’ ‘Heavy Metal Thunder,’ ‘Crusader’ and a number of other hits. The bonus material featured in the recording includes ‘Sacrifice,’ ‘Power and the Glory,’ and ‘747.’  The recording’s full track listing is noted in whole below.

 

Let Me Feel Your Power track-listing:

BATTERING RAM (LIVE IN MUNICH)

MOTORCYCLE MAN (LIVE IN MUNICH)

SACRIFICE (LIVE IN MUNICH)

DESTROYER (LIVE IN MUNICH)

POWER AND THE GLORY (LIVE IN MUNICH)

20000FT (LIVE IN MUNICH)

THE DEVILS FOOTPRINTS (LIVE IN MUNICH)

HEAVY METAL THUNDER (LIVE IN MUNICH)

QUEEN OF HEARTS (LIVE IN MUNICH)

PRINCESS OF THE NIGHT (LIVE IN MUNICH)

WHEELS OF STEEL (LIVE IN MUNICH)

DENIM AND LEATHER (LIVE IN MUNICH)

CRUSADER (LIVE IN MUNICH)

EYE OF THE STORM (LIVE IN BRIGHTON)

BATTALIONS OF STEEL (LIVE IN BRIGHTON)

REQUIEM (LIVE IN BRIGHTON)

The bonus material track-listing:

MOTORCYCLE MAN (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

BATTERING RAM (LIVE IN CHICAGO) *

THIS TOWN ROCKS (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

SACRIFICE (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

POWER AND THE GLORY (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

SOLID BALL OF ROCK (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

DALLAS 1 PM (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

HEAVY METAL THUNDER (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

ROCK THE NATIONS (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

THE EAGLE HAS LANDED (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

WHEELS OF STEEL (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

BACKS TO THE WALL (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

JUST LET ME ROCK (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

STRONG ARM OF THE LAW (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

747 (STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT) (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

PRINCESS OF THE NIGHT (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

CRUSADER (LIVE IN CHICAGO) *

DENIM AND LEATHER (LIVE IN CHICAGO)

[*only available as video content; not available on CD or digital]

 

Audiences can view the band’s performance of ‘The Devil’s Footprint,’ which is included in the show’s set list online now here.

Let Me Feel Your Power is available now in stores and online.  It is available on 2 DVD/CD combo pack, 2 CD/Blu-ray combo pack, deluxe vinyl, and iTunes.

More information on Let Me Feel Your Power is available online now along with all of Saxon’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

Website: http://www.saxon747.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/saxon

Twitter: http://twitter.com/SaxonOfficial

 

 

 

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PBS Distribution Announces Release Date For ‘A Chef’s Life: Season 4’

Courtesy: PBS/PBS Distribution

Courtesy: PBS/PBS Distribution

This December, PBS is giving audiences a great new gift idea for fans of the network’s hit series A Chef’s Life.

A Chef’s Life: Season 4 will be released on Nov. 29. It will be available exclusively on DVD. Season Four sees Vivian finally finish her long-awaited cookbook. Also on the “menu” for this season are the stresses of new staff and balancing everyday life with Howard’s celebrity status.

For the series’ culinary fans, there are dishes featuring collards, watermelon, catfish and many other foods.  Audiences can view a trailer for the series’ fourth season online now here.

A Chef’s Life: Season 4’s five hour run time is spread across two discs. The set will retail for MSRP of $29.99.  It can be pre-ordered online at a reduced price of $24.99 via PBS’ online store.

More information on the fourth season of A Chef’s Life is available online now along with all of the series’ latest news and more at:

 

 

 

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Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AChefsLife

Twitter: http://twitter.com/chefsouth

 

 

 

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PBS Distribution To Release New ‘Nature’ Episode Next Month

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Courtesy: PBS/PBS Distribution/WNET

PBS Distribution will release a high flying new episode of its hit wildlife series Nature next month on DVD and Blu-ray.

Nature: Super Hummingbirds will be released on Tuesday, Nov. 22.  The program examines the “super powers” that make hummingbirds one of the most incredible species of bird in the world.

The program is Emmy-winning filmmaker Ann Johnson Prum’s (Hummingbirds: Magic in the Air, An Original DUCKumentary, Animal Homes) second film focusing on hummingbirds.  The program focuses on new discoveries about hummingbirds.

Those new discoveries include how hummingbirds actually manage to drink nectar from flowers so quickly, and what allows them to survive in settings that are otherwise uninhabitable for other creatures.

For the first time ever, audiences will also get to see in this documentary how hummingbirds mate (meaning some parental discretion may be advised for younger viewers), lay eggs, fight, and even raise families.

The hour-long program opens with the research of Dr. Alejandro Rico-Guevara explaining how hummingbirds are able to lap up nectar at 20 times per second.  This is done through the use of a clear feeding tube and a real flower.  The flower contained the same amount of nectar found in a real bloom.

High speed macro photography reveals the birds’ secret; a secret that audiences will discover for themselves when they order the episode for themselves.

Dr. Christopher Witt and his team of researchers are also presented in this episode as they uncover the secret to hummingbirds’ ability to survive at altitudes where oxygen is 40 percent more scarce than at sea level.  Experiments conducted with the birds revealed a very stunning connection between the birds’ hemoglobin and their ability to survive at those high altitudes.  Research also revealed a connection between the birds’ ability to fly at high speeds and their ability to capture extra oxygen as they fly and breath.

The program’s final segment audiences are taken to the rainforests of Costa Rica where Dr. Marcelo Araya-Salas and researchers from Cornell University have spent seven years studying the mating habits of hummingbirds.  The group filmed more than 2,000 hours of footage in its research and caught the first footage of hummingbirds mating in that footage.

The whole thing ends with a life cycle of the hummingbird, from nest building, to parenthood to the first flight.

Nature: Super Hummingbirds originally premiered on PBS stations nationwide on Oct. 13.  It will be available on DVD and Blu-ray on Nov. 22 and will retail for MSRP of $24.99 on DVD and $29.99 on Blu-ray.  It can be pre-ordered now at a reduced price of $24.99 (Blu-ray) and $19.99 (DVD) now online at PBS’ online store.

More information on this and other episodes of Nature is available online now at:

 

 

 

Website: http://pbs.org/wnet/nature

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Twitter: http://twitter.com/PBSNature

 

 

 

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Setzer, RollingStone.com Unveil Second Performance From Setzer’s New Live LP

Courtesy: Surfdog Records

Courtesy: Surfdog Records

Brian Setzer has teamed with the people at RollingStone.com to release another performance from his upcoming live recording Rockabilly Riot: Osaka Rocka!—Live in Japan.

RollingStone.com premiered Setzer’s performance of the Stray Cats classic ‘Rumble in Brighton this week.  The video is the second performance to be released from the recording.  Guitarworld.com released Setzer’s performance of ‘Drive Like Lightning (Crash Like Thunder)’ earlier this month.

Setzer praised the audiences in Osaka.  He said the fans in Osaka were extremely dedicated and that he was surprised by that dedication.

“This is the first time we’ve recorded the Rockabilly Riot on film,” Setzer said. “And also, just like in America, the cities differ in Japan.  The Osaka fans are noted for generally being a very loyal and energetic audience.  As you’ll see from the show, the Osaka fans are die-hard and know every single song and applaud after guitar solos, and even sing along to songs that I typically don’t see in other cities.”

Pre-orders are available now for Rockabilly RiotOsaka Rocka!Live in Japan.  Information on pre-orders is available here.  Audiences can view a trailer for the recording online now here.

The track listing for Rockabilly Riot: Osaka Rocka!Live in Japan is noted below.

 

ROCKABILLY RIOT: OSAKA ROCKA! – LIVE IN JAPAN
Blu-ray Track List:
1. IGNITION
2. RUMBLE IN BRIGHTON
3. VINYL RECORDS
4. STRAY CAT STRUT
5. NOTHING IS A SURE THING
6. STILETTO COOL
7. CRY BABY
8. ’49 MERCURY BLUES
9. WHAT’S HER NAME
10. DRIVE LIKE LIGHTNING (CRASH LIKE THUNDER)
11. SLOW DOWN / FOLSOM PRISON BLUES
12. GENE & EDDIE
13. BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY
14. RUNAWAY BOYS
15. 8-TRACK
16. FISHNET STOCKINGS
17. LET’S SHAKE
18. SLEEPWALK
19. ROCK THIS TOWN
20. SEVEN NIGHTS TO ROCK
CD Track List:
1. IGNITION
2. VINYL RECORDS
3. STRAY CAT STRUT
4. NOTHING IS A SURE THING
5. STILETTO COOL
6. CRY BABY
7. WHAT’S HER NAME
8. SLOW DOWN / FOLSOM PRISON BLUES
9. GENE & EDDIE
10. BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY
11. RUNAWAY BOYS
12. FISHNET STOCKINGS
13. LET’S SHAKE
14. SLEEPWALK
15. ROCK THIS TOWN
16. SEVEN NIGHTS TO ROCK

 

Rockabilly Riot: Osaka Rocka!Live in Japan is just one reason for Setzer’s fans to celebrate.  Setzer is hitting the road with the Brian Setzer Orchestra beginning Saturday, November 12 for the 13th annual “Christmas Rocks! Tour.”  The 32-city tour will feature music from Setzer’s latest holiday record Rockin’ Rudolph and the group’s previous trio of holiday recordings as well as some original tunes from Setzer.

Tickets are available now for the “Christmas Rocks! Tour” here.  More information on Setzer’s new live recording is available online now along with all of Setzer’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

Website: http://www.briansetzer.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/briansetzerofficial

 

 

 

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Fans Can “Trust” Devildriver’s New LP Will Impress

Courtesy: Napalm Records

Courtesy: Napalm Records

This Wednesday, Oct. 26th, veteran New England hardcore outfit Hatebreed will bring its “Concrete Confessional North American Tour 2016” to North Carolina’s “Queen City.”  The band is scheduled to perform live at the Fillmore in support of its new album The Concrete Confessional.  The band won’t be alone when it comes hits the stage.  Also along for the ride will be another well-known metal act that goes by the name of Devildriver.  The band is touring in support of its own new release, Trust No One, which was released early this summer.  It goes without saying in listening to this latest full-length studio recording from Devildriver that it is one more of this year’s top new hard rock and metal offerings.  That is exhibited from start to end in this 10-song (12 for those who have the album’s deluxe edition) record both in the album’s musical arrangements and its lyrical content.  ‘This Deception’ is just one of the songs that serves to support that statement.  It will be discussed shortly.  ‘My Night Sky’ serves to support that statement just as much as ‘This Deception.’  It will be discussed later.  The record’s title track, which comes late in the album’s run also supports that statement.  It is just one more of so many songs included in this record that could (and do) exhibit what makes this record such a strong new entry from Devildriver.  All things considered, Trust No One proves in the end to be a record that listeners can trust is one of this year’s top new hard rock and metal offerings.

Devildriver’s new album Trust No One is a record that listeners can trust is one of this year’s top new hard rock and metal offerings.  That is proven both through the album’s musical arrangements and its lyrical content.  ‘This Deception,’ which comes early in the album’s run, is just one of the songs that serves to support that statement.  In regards to the song’s musical arrangement, it is one of the album’s strongest compositions.  The song starts off with a slight brooding feel before launching into a full-on assault that harkens back to arrangements presented in the band’s earlier works.  Guitarist Neil Tiemann shows with his work in this work that despite his more mainstream roots, he is a perfect fit for the band.  Drummer Austin D’Amond is just as impressive behind the kit here in his ability to switch instantly between machine-gun fast beats and solid, pounding performance in the less lightning fast bars.  Front man Dez Fafara’s vocal talents cannot be ignored here either.  He roars with the power of a lion throughout the song.  It is that power that really serves to exhibit the emotion in the song’s lyrical content. Speaking of that content, the song’s lyrical content is just as important to note in this song as its musical arrangement.

The musical arrangement presented in ‘This Deception’ is just as important to note of the song as its musical arrangement. That is because it presents just as much power as the song’s musical arrangement.  That is evident as Fafara screams, “This deception, it cuts so deep/And your perception is cloudy and weak/To the ones departed, blame the ominous skies/Can’t you see the look in my eyes.”  This lead verse speaks volumes in every sense of the phrase.  The verse’s opening lines speak the loudest. This is someone feeling the emotional impact of realizing he or she has been lied to about something in particular for a very long time. This person says to others, “you don’t see what I see.”  That is just this critic’s take on these lines, of course.  The next two lines in the verse are just as intriguing.  He seems to hint at blaming a higher power for people dying.  At the same time, he comes across as asking others to acknowledge what his realization is doing to him.  Again that is just this critic’s take.  That is just part of what makes the song’s lyrical content so powerful.  While this opening verse exhibits its own power, it is the song’s chorus that really packs a punch.  Fafara sings in the song’s chorus, “The sight of your face/It brings me pause/And the sound of your voice/Just because/I thought you were dead/I wished you were dead/Gone to the sound of applause/The promises we keep/While all the others sleep/Vows to the taker/Now who’s nothing but a taker/Life is just another sin/It’s either you want out or in/Say your prayers to the setting sun/And go back to square one.”  This seems to hint that he is addressing someone very specific.  In fact in the chorus’ reprise, Fafara goes so far as to say, “Hear these words/And you’ll know who I’m after.”  It’s an interesting thought.  He goes on later in the song to note people who make “back-handed compliments” and fake smiles.  These are pretty damning statements to say the least.  When one puts the whole thing together, the song’s lyrical picture is one of someone who feels rather betrayed by someone else and is clearly addressing it, or so it would seem.  That would account for the powerful impact of the song’s musical arrangement, too.  Keeping all of this in mind, it becomes clear why ‘This Deception’ is one of TNO’s strongest songs and one of the best examples of why this record is one of this year’s top new hard rock and metal albums.  It is not the only song featured in this record that proves to be so strong, either.  ‘My Night Sky’ is another example of why TNO in whole stands out.

‘This Deception’ is one of the strongest offerings featured in Devildriver’s new album.  That is due to the impact of both its musical and lyrical content alone and collectively.  It is not the only song that stands out in this record.  ‘My Night Sky’ stands on its own merits.  It shows just as much as ‘This Deception’ why TNO stands out in this year’s field of new hard rock and metal albums.  Just as with ‘My Deception,’ this is due in part to the song’s musical arrangement.  The song’s musical arrangement is not the full-on aural assault that is presented in ‘This Deception.’  Rather it presents a certain duality.  The song’s arrangement actually features a some more brooding moments later in its nearly four and a half-minute run time that expertly contrast its more intense bars.  Those brooding moments heighten the intensity of the song’s arrangement even more because they leave listeners wondering what is about to happen.  Something intense does in fact happen, too.  It happens not only musically but lyrically, too.  Speaking of lyrics, the song’s lyrical content plays as much of a part in its intensity as its musical arrangement.

The musical arrangement presented in ‘My Night Sky’ is important in its own right in showing what makes the song an important addition to TNO.  That is because it serves to expertly highlight the song’s lyrical content.  By connection, the song’s lyrical content is just as important to the song by itself as it is with the song’s powerhouse musical arrangement. That is because of the statement that Fafara seems to make here.  He screams in the song’s chorus, “Born into bondage/Meant to scorch the sky/By any means/F***ing hustle through life/I’ve realized I’m not sorry anymore/You’ve poisoned the wine/And it’s my night sky/I was beat down by a slow drug/Over the embers and through the flood/I’m built for the kill (it’s my night sky).”  This comes across as another very defiant statement being spoken to someone in particular.  He comes across here as saying to that person, “I’m through being nice, I’m determined now.  You ruined so much and now I realize I’m built to get through everything.” Again, this is just this critic’s own take on these lines.  But it would seem to make sense considering that in the song’s lead verse, Fafara screams to that person, “Desperate in your sadness/So wear black cloth/Burning/Like a flame to a moth/We flicker the heart/And silence the sound/Burning/Put all your dreams down.”  One could easily argue, in considering all of this (along with the song’s final verse) that what Fafara has done here is extend that musical middle finger to whomever is being addressed, and done so with no remorse whatsoever.  When all of this is set against the song’s musical arrangement, the two elements join to show again why this song stands out just as much as ‘My Deception.’  They also serve to remind listeners that as impressive as it is, it still is not the last song that could be cited to show what makes TNO stand out.  The album’s title track stands out just as much as ‘My Night Sky’ and ‘This Deception.’

‘This Deception’ and ‘My Night Sky’ are both key compositions included in Devildriver’s new album.  Both songs show through their musical arrangements and their equally powerful lyrical content just why TNO proves to be one of this year’s top new hard rock and metal albums.  They are not the only songs included in this record that serve to support that statement, either. The album’s title track shows just as much what makes this record stand out as ‘This Deception’ and ‘My Night Sky.’  Just as with those songs, that is due in part to the song’s musical arrangement.  The most notable aspect of the song’s arrangement is its thrash elements.  The dual guitar attack of Mike Spreitzer and Neal Tiemann couples with Austin D’Amond’s precision time keeping and bassist Diego Ibarra’s low end for a composition that is pure thrash.  Fafara’s vocal fury puts the finishing touch on the song.  When it is joined with those elements, the composition in whole becomes a work that thrash purists will wholly appreciate.  It is just one element of the song that makes it stand out, too.

The musical arrangement that is presented within ‘Trust No One’ in itself makes this song yet another clear example of what makes the song (and album in whole) stand out.  That is because of its pure thrash approach.  As important as the song’s musical arrangement proves to be to its presentation, it is only part of what makes the song stand out.  The song’s lyrical content is just as important to note in this work as its musical arrangement.  Fafara screams in this song, “If threatened just know/I’ll respond in kind/Say the word/The word is blind/If threatened just know/I’ll respond in kind/Say the word/The word is attack/Say your lamentations/Set sail for hell or damnation/No honest words on your lips/Confronted/Think quick/I’ve used it/I’ve abused it/It’s abused me/It’s confused me/And consumed me/I’ve been destroyed by trust/My heart can’t erase it/Now I’m so f***ing wasted/I can taste it.”  From there he reiterates the statement established in the song’s lead verse, singing, “I’ve been destroyed by trust/Heard you say there’s no need for violence/As you slowly sickeningly walk away/Give my regards to the ones you call your angels.”  There is obviously a certain amount of tension expressed in this song, and it lives up to its title.  Who hasn’t felt like they can’t trust anyone anymore?  Exactly.  Considering that, the frustration voiced by Fafarara here is powerful to say the least.  When the song’s musical arrangement is added to its equally powerful lyrical content, the combination of the two makes this song one of the album’s most impressive works.  It works with ‘This Deception,’ ‘My Night Sky’ and the rest of the album’s songs to make the album in whole one of the year’s top new hard rock and metal offerings.

Devildriver’s new album Trust No One is one of 2016’s top new hard rock and metal albums.  That is due to the power exhibited in both the album’s musical arrangements and its equally powerful lyrical content.  ‘This Deception,’ ‘My Night Sky’ and ‘Trust No One’ are all examples of that musical and lyrical power.  Each of the album’s other featured compositions could just as easily be cited in exhibiting what makes Trust No One such a strong hard rock and metal offering.  All things considered this record is another impressive effort from Devildriver and one more of the year’s top new hard rock and metal albums.  It is available now in stores and online.  More information on Trust No One is available online now along with all of Devildriver’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

Website: http://www.devildriver.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/devildriver

Twitter: http://twitter.com/devildriver

 

 

 

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Metallica To Debut New LP’s Third Single Next Week

Courtesy: Blackened Records

Courtesy: Blackened Records

Metallica is offering a very special treat for its fans this Halloween.

The band announced this week that it will release its new single ‘Atlas, Rise’ at 3p.m. EST on Oct. 31.  The song is the third single to be released from the band’s forthcoming album Hardwired…To Self Destruct.

Audiences can get the chance to hear the song early this Friday at their local independent record store.  Stores will have special limited edition Hardwired…To Self Destruct masks with an access code that will allow fans to hear the song half an hour ahead of everyone else on its release day.

Fans can find a full list of participating stores online now here.

Hardwired…To Self Destruct is the band’s first album in eight years.  Its last full-length studio recording was Death Magnetic (2008).  This latest effort was produced and mixed by Greg Fidelman, who also engineered and mixed Death Magnetic.

Hardwired…To Self Destruct is available for pre-order now here in a variety of platforms.  It will be available in stores nationwide on Nov. 18.

More information on Hardwired…To Self Destruct is available online now along with all of the band’s latest tour dates and more at:

 

 

 

Website: http://www.metallica.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Metallica

Twitter: http://twitter.com/metallica

 

 

 

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ZZ Top To Hit The Road Again In Early 2017

ZZ Top To Hit The Road Again In 2017

ZZ Top To Hit The Road Again In 2017

 

ZZ Top just recently released its latest live recording LiveGreatest Hits From Around The World to the masses.  Now the band has announced that fans will get another dose of the band live when the band hits the road for a new series of live dates.

The band announced this week that it will launch the “17 Tonnage Tour” early next year.  Right now the tour is scheduled to launch February 19, 2017 in Greenville, South Carolina and will run through March 14, 2017 in Macon Georgia.

The band’s current tour schedule is noted below.

 

ZZ TOP TONNAGE TOUR DATES:

Feb-19 – Greenville SC – Peace Center Concert Hall

Feb-22 – Nashville TN – Ryman Auditorium

Feb-24 – Louisville KY – The Louisville Palace Theater

Feb-25 – Northfield OH – Hard Rock Live

Feb-26 – Schenectady NY – Proctor’s Theatre

Mar-3  – Atlantic City NJ – Caesars Atlantic City– Circus Maximus

Mar-4  – Shippensburg PA – H. Ric Luhrs PAC– Shippensburg University

Mar-5  – Washington DC – MGM National Harbor

Mar-11 – Lake Charles LA – Golden Nugget

Mar-14 – Macon GA – City Auditorium

 

Band member Billy Gibbons said audiences will have plenty to look forward to on the band’s upcoming tour.

“It’s gonna be a good time,” he said. “We’ve been at this long enough that we’re starting to get good.  Come and see us; It’s gonna be loud and live.”

More information on ZZ Top’s upcoming tour is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

Website: http://www.zztop.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ZZTop

Twitter: http://twitter.com/zztop

 

 

 

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