Eyes Set To Kill Releases New Single; Announces New Live Dates, Lineup

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Things have picked up quite a bit lately for hard rock outfit Eyes Set To Kill.

Eyes Set To Kill returned this week with a new single, a new tour announcement and a new lineup.  The band released ‘Break,’ the lead single from its next album, this week. The album is still untitled at this time.  ‘Break’ is streaming online now via Spotify and iTunes.

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The release of a new single is just some of the big news coming from the band this week.  Along with the release of its latest song, the band has also announced its new lineup and its addition to the Break Into Action tour.

The tour, which launches April 18 in Chapel Hill, NC also features the Nearly Deads and Bad Seed Rising on its lineup, and runs through May 25 in Nashville, TN.  The tour’s current schedule is noted below.

EYES SET TO KILL – Upcoming Tour Dates

w/ HAIL SAGAN
Friday, April 14th – Albuquerque, NM @ The Co-Op
Saturday, April 15th – Lubbock, TX @ Jake’s
Sunday, April 16th – Houston, TX @ Walter’s

The “Break Into Action” Tour w/Bad Seed Rising & The Nearly Deads

Tuesday, April 18th – Chapel Hill, NC @ Local 506
Wednesday, April 19th – Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
Thursday, April 20th – New York, NY @ Webster Hall (Studio)
Friday, April 21st – Buffalo, NY @ The Waiting Room (Studio)
Sunday, April 23rd – Toledo, OH @ Frankie’s
Tuesday, April 25th – Berwyn, IL @ The Wire
Wednesday, April 26th – Lansing, MI @ Mac’s Bar
Thursday, April 27th – Valparaiso, IN @ Big Shots
Friday, April 28th – Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theater
Saturday, April 29th – Grand Rapids, MI @ Pope’s Pub
Sunday, April 30th – Merriam, KS @ Aftershock
Tuesday, May 2nd – Colorado Springs, CO @ Sunshine Studios
Wednesday, May 3rd – Salt Lake City, UT @ Loading Dock
Thursday, May 4th – Reno, NV @ Jub Jub’s
Saturday, May 6th – Sacramento, CA @ Starlite Lounge
Sunday, May 7th – Fullerton, CA @ Slidebar Cafe
Monday, May 8th – West Hollywood, CA @ Whisky A Go Go
Tuesday, May 9th – Phoenix, AZ @ Club Red
Thursday, May 11th Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street Collective
Saturday, May 13th – Newport, KY @ Thompson House
Sunday, May 14th – Pittsburgh, PA @ Diesel
Tuesday, May 16th – Cleveland, OH @ The Agora Ballroom
Thursday, May 18th – Lowell, MA @ Mill City Ballroom
Friday, May 19th – Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club
Saturday, May 20th – Williamsport, PA @ Ground Floor 2.0*
Sunday, May 21st – Trenton, NJ @ The Backstage*
Thursday, May 25th – Nashville, TN @ Rocketown*

The band’s new lineup announcement includes the addition of Tiaday Ball (The World Over) as its new bassist and touring guitarist A.J. Bartholomew as an official member.  More information on ‘Break,’ ESTK’s new album, tour, latest news and more is available online now at:

 

 

 

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Art Of Anarchy Announces New Live Dates

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Art of Anarchy has announced new live dates in support of its new album The Madness.

The band announced this week it will embark on a short string of live dates next month beginning April 3 in Amityville, N.Y. The nearly month-long schedule takes the band to the Midwest and into the Southwest and also into Canada, eventually winding down April 29 in Henderson, NV.  The band’s current live schedule is noted below.

Art of Anarchy Tour Dates:

4/3/17 – Amityville, N.Y. – Revolution Bar & Music Hall
4/4/17 – Asbury Park, N.J. – The Stone Pony
4/6/17 – Toronto, Ontario – Velvet Underground
4/7/17 – Sarnia, Ontario – Station Music Hall
4/8/17 – Battle Creek, Mich. – The Music Factory
4/10/17 – Libertyville, Ill. – Austin’s Saloon
4/11/17 – Chesterfield, Mich. – Diesel Concert Lounge
4/13/17 – Fort Wayne, Ind. – The Rusty Spur
4/14/17 – Ringle, Wisc. – Q&Z Expo Center
4/29/17 – Henderson, Nev. – M Resort

Composed of Scott Stapp (ex-Creed) on vocals, Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal (ex Guns ‘N Roses) on guitar, John Moyer (ex-Disturbed) on bass and twin brothers Jon and Vince Votta on guitar and drums respectively, the band originally formed through an 18-year friendship between Thal and the Votta brothers.

Jon Votta first approached Thal with the idea to form the band years ago.  That discussion eventually led to the band’s creation, which originally saw the late Scott Weiland (ex-Stone Temple Pilots) handle vocal duties. The band’s debut self-titled album was released in June 2015.

Stapp said in a recent interview that he was optimistic about working with the members of Art of Anarchy.

“I’m excited to be a part of Art of Anarchy,” Stapp said.  “I appreciate collaborating with other talented artists and I can’t wait to share our new music with the fans very soon.”

Band manager John Gomez shared Stapp’s optimism.

“The other members of AOA and I are equally excited to have Stapp on board,” Gomez said.  “This is the first band that Scott has fronted outside of Creed and his heart’s really in it.  Scott’s vision, his gift for gut-wrenching storytelling and his powerful vocals lend a bold new energy to the group.”

Thal thought bringing Stapp on to take Weiland’s place has been a boon for the band, adding he thought Stapp’s addition to the band helped take the band in a new direction.

“Scott’s style and the personal lyrics he’s been writing are taking the sound in a new direction – one that brings out the best in all of us,” Thal said.  “It’s a new chapter for us all, and I’m looking forward to sharing the new music with the fans and seeing what the future holds.”

Vince Votta agreed.

“It’s been awesome having Stapp on board,” Votta said.  “Everyone is bringing their A-game and can’t wait to bring it live to the stage.”

Audiences that haven’t heard that new sound can hear The Madness’ latest single, its title track online now via the band’s official YouTube channel.  More information on The Madness is available online now along with all of Art of Anarchy’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

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Judas Priest Album Re-Issue Is A “Turbo”-Charged Release

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It might be hard for some to believe, but 30 years have passed since veteran hard rock band Judas Priest released its landmark album Turbo.  In celebration of the anniversary, Columbia Records and Legacy Records partnered to re-issue the album last month with some added bonuses.  Those bonuses—a pair of live recordings–will be discussed later, as they are key pieces of the re-issue’s overall presentation.  The original record is the key piece that should be noted in examining this latest re-issue of the classic album and will be discussed shortly. The set’s companion booklet is just as important to the package’s overall presentation as the album and the package’s bonus live discs, and will be discussed later, too. Each element obviously plays its own important part to the album’s presentation.  All things considered, Columbia/Legacy’s recent re-issue of Turbo proves in the end to be one of this year’s top new CD re-issues.

Columbia/Legacy’s recent 30th Anniversary re-issue of Judas Priest’s landmark album Turbo is one of 2017’s top new CD re-issues.  That is due in part to the presentation of the original album in this re-issue.  The work put in to re-master the album’s original masters paid off soundly (bad pun fully intended here).  The guitars, drums and vocals are just as clear and crisp here as in the album’s original release, if not more so.  The album’s sequencing is also the same as in its original release, adding even more to its enjoyment.  The improved audio quality of each track and the mirroring of the original album’s sequencing does plenty to entertain listeners in the album’s re-issue.  It is, collectively, just one part of what makes this re-issue so impressive.  Its companion booklet is just as important to note in examining its presentation as the album.

Turbo’s updated sound quality and the mirroring of its original sequencing here does plenty to impress listeners with this re-issue.  It is just one of the elements that makes this re-issue stand out.  The set’s companion booklet does its own share to enhance the listening experience.  That is because of the material presented within the booklet.  The booklet opens with a brief but concise history lesson on the album’s creation, explaining that Judas Priest was not the only band that was changing its sound at the time that this record was being crafted.  The lesson notes, “heavy metal was kicking into various new gears as we began writing sessions for Turbo as it opens.  From there, it points out the extensive process that followed the original writing, taking the band across two continents.  It even offers an explanation of one of the album’s songs—‘Parental Guidance’—noting that the song tackled the issue of censorship in America at the time.  Between that explanation and the history presented inside the record’s booklet, it all offers plenty for fans and listeners to appreciate.  That is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg, too.  The booklet also includes lyrics for each of the album’s nine songs.  On the surface this doesn’t seem very important.  But considering how hit and miss albums have always been in terms of including lyrics, having those lyrics here is another positive.  They serve as a starting point on renewed discussions on the songs’ topics.  In the same breath, having the lyrics printed out also means no chance of misinterpreting the lyrics.  To that end, having the albums lyrics included in its new re-issue is just as important to its presentation as the short but concise history lesson that opens the booklet.  When both elements are coupled, they show clearly why the album’s booklet is just as important to the record’s presentation in its re-issue as the album itself.  It is still not the last of the re-issue’s most important elements.  The live recordings included with the record are just as important to the re-issue’s presentation as its booklet and original album’s presentation.

The presentation of Turbo’s original album and its companion booklet are both key pieces of the album’s re-issue.  They are only two of the record’s key elements.  The live recordings included in the record’s re-issue are just as important to its presentation as the album’s presentation and its booklet.  They are spread across two bonus discs and feature five of the songs included in Turbo’s sequencing.  The other songs included in the recordings take listeners all the way back to the band’s 1976 sophomore record Sad Wings of Destiny.  They include ‘Victim of Changes,’ ‘Hell Bent For Leather,’ ‘You’ve Got Another Thing Coming’ and so much more.  The whole of those songs makes for a 20-song set list spread across two discs that is in itself a history lesson for new fans.  The band’s performance also serves as a comparison point for the band’s on-stage presence then and its on-stage presence now.  Needless to say the band’s stage presence in these performances shows the band at the top of its game.  The only negative to the whole thing is that a DVD or Blu-ray wasn’t included.  Hopefully Columbia and Legacy will eventually release the performances on one platform, the other or both so as to complete the experience.  Even without a full audio/video experience, the performances, with their rich set lists and equally entertaining performances, do plenty to entertain audiences.  When the insured entertainment from the live recordings is set alongside the positives of the re-issue’s companion booklet and the positives of the original album’s re-mastering, the whole of those elements makes this package in whole one that proves to be one of this year’s top new CD re-issues.

Judas Priest’s 30th anniversary re-issue of its landmark album Turbo is one of this year’s top new CD re-issues.  That is due to the impressive work done to re-master the album’s masters.  The companion booklet that is included with the album plays its own important part in the presentation of the record’s re-issue.  The live recordings included in the set put the finishing touch on the presentation of the album’s re-issue.  Each element is clearly important in its own right, as has already been discussed.  All things considered, they make Turbo’s 30th anniversary re-issue one of 2017’s top new CD re-issues.  It is available now in stores and online.  More information on this re-issue is available online now along with all of Judas Priest’s news and more at:

 

 

 

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Schenker Shines Again In His Latest Live Recording

Courtesy: Inakustik

Courtesy: Inakustik

Later this month, Inakustik will release veteran guitarist Michael Schenker’s latest live recording in the form of Michael Schenker Fest.  The nearly two-hour concert, filmed August 24, 2016 at the Tokyo International Forum Hall, is a welcome addition to the music library of any Michael Schenker fan, from casual fans to the most devout fans.  That is due in no small part to the concert’s 18-song set list.  This will be discussed shortly.  Schenker’s performance and that of his fellow musicians is just as important to note as the show’s set list in examining the concert’s presentation.  The concert’s collective production values (I.E. its cinematography and audio mix) round out its most important elements.  Each element is clearly important in its own right to the recording’s presentation.  All things considered, they make Michael Schenker Fest a must see for any Michael Schenker fan.

Inakustik’s new Michael Schenker live recording Michael Schenker Fest is a must see for any of the veteran guitarist’s fans.  From the casual fan to the true devotee, this concert offers audiences plenty to appreciate, beginning with the concert’s extensive 18-song set list.  Audiences will be pleased to learn that the concert’s set list is anything but specific in its song choices.  It pulls songs from Schenker’s time with UFO, Scorpions, Michael Schenker Group, Temple of Rock and McAuley Schenker Group.  While the set list pulls from pretty much every era of Schenker’s career to date, Schenker’s early work with the Michael Schenker Group is most prevalent.  More specifically speaking, the group’s self-titled 1980 debut record receives the most representation with four songs pulled from that record.  The band’s 1981 album MSG and its 2009 re-issue are just as heavily represented with four more songs.  From there, the songs vary from one part of Schenker’s career to another.  The end result is a vivid picture of Schenker’s career so far.  To that end, the concert’s extensive set list shows why it is so important to the concert’s overall presentation.  It is just one key piece of the concert’s presentation, too.  Schenker’s performance, and that of his fellow musicians, is just as important to note as the concert’s set list in examining the concert’s overall presentation.

The extensive 18-song set list that makes up the body of Michael Schenker Fest is in its own right an important piece of the concert’s presentation.  That is because it lifts from every era of the veteran guitarist’s career so far.  Schenker and company keep audiences’ adrenaline flowing from open to end of the 118-minute concert thanks to their collective performance.  From Schenker’s powerhouse guitar work to the equally energetic performances of vocalists Graham Bonnett, Gary Barden and Robin McAuley to Ted McKenna’s solid time keeping, bassist Chris Glenn and guitarist Steve Mann’s work on guitar and keyboards, the whole of this group of performers keeps audiences entertained.  Audiences at home will find themselves on their feet just as easily as those who were in attendance at the concert’s recording.  While it’s something minor and subtle, audiences will be just as interested to learn that there’s not a single bit of foul language to be heard anywhere throughout the course of the concert.  Some might be surprised to think about this.  But the reality is that a lack of foul language in a live recording is rare.  So for such language to be wholly absent here is a huge positive.  It means that the concert is not only entertaining but also family friendly.  Keeping all of this in mind, it becomes clear why the performance presented here is just as important as the concert’s set list.  Even as important as it proves to be, it is just one more of a number of positives that can be examined, including the concert’s collective production values.

The set list and performance presented in Michael Schenker Fest are both key portions of the concert’s overall presentation.  That is because of how much they do to entertain audiences and keep them engaged from beginning to end.  While both elements are clearly important to the concert’s whole, they are only part of what makes the concert so enjoyable for Schenker’s fans.  The concert’s collective production values (I.E. its cinematography and audio engineering) are just as important to examine as the show’s set list and performance.  The cinematography is so impressive thanks to its ability to so expertly capture the concert’s energy.  From head-on shots from the crowd to footage of the show from the stage and so many angles in-between, the concert’s camera crew is to be commended for its work capturing this concert.  Of course, those behind the concert’s editing should be commended just as much as the concert’s camera crew for capturing and presenting that energy.  The same applies in the teamwork of the concert’s audio engineers and those who mixed the concert’s audio in post production.  The Tokyo Forum Hall is clearly a large, open venue.  Yet the concert’s audio engineers and mixers just as expertly balanced the audio.  The end result of their work is that no one musician’s part ever overpowers the others or gets lost in the crowd noise and the depth of the venue.  Thanks to the combined efforts of the concert’s production crew and those that handled those elements in post production, the end result is a concert experience that is just as enjoyable on screen as it must have been in person if not more so.  When this is taken into consideration along with the concert’s set list and the musicians’ performances, the whole of these elements makes the concert an experience that, once more, the most casual to the most devout Michael Schenker fans will enjoy equally.

Michael Schenker Fest is a work that any Michael Schenker fan will appreciate.  From casual fans to the true devotees, there is plenty for every fan to enjoy.  That includes an extensive set list that spans the breadth of Schenker’s career, a performance that the whole family can enjoy together, production values that make the concert just as enjoyable on screen as in person and so much more.  The concert recording will be available in stores and online on Friday, March 24 via Inakustik.  It will be released on standalone 2CD, DVD, LP, Blu-ray and 2CD/DVD combo pack as well as digital platforms.  Audiences can see a trailer for this new recording online now at http://bit.ly/2j8vwL0.  More information on Michael Schenker Fest is available online now along with all of Michael Schenker’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

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Mipso Releases New LP’s Lead Single

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Courtesy: LiveLoud

Mipso unveiled the lead single from its upcoming album Coming Down The Mountain this week.

The band released the album’s title track this week as its lead single.  The song is available now on all digital service providers and is streaming online here.

The Chapel Hill, NC-based band’s latest album will be released in stores and online on April 7, 2017.  Album pre-orders are open now here along with tickets to the band’s upcoming tour in support of its new album.

The band’s tour launches March 24 in St. Louis, MO.  It is currently in the midst of a string of dates in Colorado.  The band will be in Nederland, CO today, March 4.  It will be in Fort Collins, CO on March 5 and Breckenridge, CO on March 11.

After taking some time off, the band will head out on its Coming Down The Mountain tour beginning March 24.  The band’s current tour schedule is noted below.

MIPSO ON TOUR: 

3/4 Caribou Room Nederland, CO
3/5 Downtown Artery Fort Collins, CO
3/11 Ride On! Music and Beer Fest Breckenridge, CO

 

ALBUM RELEASE TOUR (Phase One) | SPRING 2017

 

3/24 The Firebird St. Louis, MO
3/25 Hi-Fi Indianapolis, IN
3/26 Gravel Roads Concerts Minburn, IA
3/29 Redstone Room Davenport, IA
3/30 Gabes Iowa City, IA
3/31 Turf Club St. Paul, MN
4/1 Lincoln Hall Chicago, IL
4/2 The Frequency Madison, WI
4/4 Otus Supply Fernale, MI
4/5 Woodlands Tavern Columbus, OH
4/6 Hard Rock Cafe Pittsburgh, PA
4/7 The Hamilton Washington, DC
4/8 MilkBoy Philadelphia, PA
4/9 The Broadberry Richmond, VA
4/19 Music Hall of Williamsburg Brookyln, NY
4/20 Columbus Theatre Providence, RI
4/21 One Longfellow Square Portland, ME
4/22 The Sinclair Cambridge, MA
4/23 Bearsville Theatre Woodstock, NY
4/24 Iron Horse Northampton, MD
4/26 The Avalon Theatre Easton, MD
4/27 The Southern Charlottesville, VA
4/28- 4/30 Merlefest Wilkesboro, NC
5/6 North Carolina Museum of Art Raleigh, NC
5/13 North Carolina Brewers and Music Festival Huntersville, NC
5/20 Forest Fest Fairdale, KY
6/15 – 6/18 Father’s Day Bluegrass Festival Grass Valley, CA

Additional tour dates to be announced

 

 

Coming Down The Mountain is Mipso’s fourth full-length studio recording.  The band’s previous recordings include long, long, gone (2012), Holler Pop (2013) and Time Reverie (2015).  That record proved to be the bands best work to date, landing at number one on Billboard’s Bluegrass Chart and in the Top 25 of the magazine’s Heatseekers Chart.  The Guardian named the album one of its Best Records of the Year.

As if that is not enough, the band—Jacob Sharp (mandolin, vocals), Wood Robinson (bass, vocals), Joseph Terrell (guitar, vocals) and Libby Rodenbough (fiddle, vocals)—was called a favorite 2016 festival performer by Rolling Stone magazine.

More information on Mipso’s new single album and tour is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

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Rock Into Spring Festival Adds New Sponsors, Bands

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Courtesy: O’Donnell Media Group

More new sponsors have been added to this spring’s upcoming Rock Into Spring festival presented by music products company Gangster.

Heineken and Findlay Chevrolet have signed on as the latest new additions to the festival’s already long list of sponsors.  While Heineken will serve as a sponsor for the three-day pool party at the M Resort’s pool, Findlay Chevrolet will add even more interest to the festivities with a free car giveaway.

The Las Vegas-based dealership will give away a brand new car on April 30, the festival’s final day.  The car will be given away during the event.

Heineken and Findlay Chevrolet are just two of the companies to recently sign on as sponsors for the event.  Shakespeare Vodka, No Cover Magazine, Presidential Limousine, SB Craft Jerky and Fest Pop also signed on as sponsors of the weekend-long festival.

The festival’s list of sponsors isn’t the only list that recently grew in size.  Two more bands were also recently added to the festival’s already extensive list of performers in the form of Buckcherry and Adelitas Way.

Already listed as performers on the festival’s bill are: Art of Anarchy, Sick Puppies, Trapt, DJ Lethal from Limp Bizkit, Alien Ant Farm, Eve To Adam, Bobaflex, 9Electric, Another Lost Year, Shallow Side, Blacklite District, VYCES, Behind The Fallen, Artifas, Lola Black, The Broken Thumbs, Quor, Silent Theory and many others.

Along with its extensive list of performers, Rock Into Spring will also feature 20 top tattoo artists to provide concert-goers with new ink. They include Ink Master’s Randy Vollink, James Francis, Cleen Rock One, King Rock, MTV’s Drama Diablo and others.

Rock Into Spring is presented by Gangster and hosted by Crank Up Live, Yourlisten.com, the Rocking Comedy Show and Radio Rock Vegas.  The festival is a 21 and over event.  Valid state or federal ID is required for entry.  Tickets can be purchased online now via Ticketfly.  VIP packages can be purchased online now here.

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The Dead Daisies Announce Release Date, Specs For New Live Recording

Courtesy: Spitfire Music/SPV

Courtesy: Spitfire Music/SPV

The Dead Daisies has a new live recording on the way this spring.

The band announced Friday it will release Live and Louder on Friday, May 19 in stores and online via Spitfire Music/SPV.  The recording culls a number of the band’s shows from its 2016 UK and European tour for its presentation and will be released in a variety of platforms.

Those platforms include CD/DVD combo pack, 2 LP Gatefold vinyl, Digital download and limited edition box set. The recording’s CD/DVD platform includes a picture booklet with pictures from the band’s tours, a bonus documentary, all of the videos from Make Some Noise’s singles and picture gallery.

The recording’s 2 LP Gatefold vinyl pressing comes in a multi-color 180-gram setting, 4-page booklet and bonus CD pressing of the recording.

The limited edition box set contains the recording’s CD/DVD combo pack and 2 LP pressing, exclusive 7” colored vinyl single, poster, sticker, button, patch and photocard.

Audiences can check out a trailer for the recording online now here.

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