Next To None Unveils ‘Phases” Latest Single, Video

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Next To None is giving audiences a new preview of its new album.

The band unveiled the video for its new single ‘The Apple’ this week.  The song is the latest song from the band’s upcoming album Phases, which is currently scheduled to be released Friday, Friday, July 7.  It will be released domestically via EMP Label Group in North America and via InsideOut Music in Europe.

The record’s full track listing is noted below.

Phases Track Listing:
1. 31
2. Answer Me
3. The Apple
4. Beg
5. Alone
6. Kek
7. Clarity
8. Pause
9. Mr Mime
10. Isolation
11. Denial
12. The Wanderer

The band’s new video sets the band in an open-air environment as it performs the song, creating an interesting juxtaposition between the peaceful setting and the controlled chaos of the song’s arrangement.  Audiences can check out the video online now here.

Next to None will tour in support of Phases alongside Mike Portnoy’s Shattered Fortress in Europe this summer.  The bands’ tour begins June 28 in London, UK and runs through July 6 in Tilburg, Holland.  The bands’ current tour schedule is noted below.

28th June – Koko, London, UK
1st July – Trianon, Paris, France
2nd July – Slagthuset, Malmo, Sweden
3rd July – Kulturfabrik, Esch Sur Alzette, Sweden
4th July – Teatro Della Luna, Milan, Italy
5th July – Z7, Pratteln, Switzerland
6th July – 013, Tilburg, Holland

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The Dead Daisies Make A Good First Live Impression With ‘Live & Louder’

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The Dead Daisies are alive and kicking.  The veteran rock outfit makes that clear in its brand new live recording Live & Louder.  The recording, released last Friday, May 19, comes a little less than a year after the release of the band’s third full-length studio recording Make Some Noise.  This new live recording is also the band’s first-ever live offering.  Keeping that in mind, it is a good start for the band in terms of live recordings.  That is due in part to the recording’s set list.  This will be discussed shortly.  The band’s performance of said set list is just as important to discuss as the set list itself in examining its overall presentation.  The bonus DVD that comes with the CD is yet another of the recording’s most important elements and hardly its last.  One could (and should) discuss the recording’s collective production values, which include its sound engineering and its general editing, as another positive.  The only real negative to the whole thing is the fact that the DVD provides snippets of the band’s performance rather than the performances in whole presented in the recording’s CD.  It would have been nice to have had that included in the package.  Hopefully that will be taken into consideration when and if the band releases its next live recording.  Even with that in mind, the recording in whole still proves to be an enjoyable first live effort from The Dead Daisies that exhibits potential for future live recordings from the band.

Live & Louder is an enjoyable first live effort from The Dead Daisies.  It is a recording that that exhibits potential for future live recordings from the band.  That is due in part to the recording’s set list.  The 15-song set list (technically 14-song since one track is listed as “Band intros) lifts liberally from the band’s latest full-length studio recording, with the album receiving eight nods.  The band’s first two records are also represented here, too with the band self-titled 2014 album being represented by ‘Lock ‘N’ Load,’ which featured former Guns ‘N Roses guitarist Slash as guest musician in the original recording.  Revolucion (2014) receives three nods in the form of ‘Mexico,’ ‘With You and I’ and the band’s cover of the Sensational Alex Harvey Band’s ‘Midnight Moses.’  Those aren’t the set list’s only high points.  Also included in the set list are covers of The Beatles’ ‘Helter Skelter’ and Grand Funk Railroad’s ‘We’re An American Band.’  While Make Some Noise got the most nods in this set list, the band is to be commended for lifting at least somewhat from its first two records for this show, too.  It would have been nice to have more songs from those albums for audiences who might not be so familiar with the band and its body of work.  Hopefully the band will take this into consideration when and if it releases its second live effort.  Even with this in mind, the set list still proves to be its own important part of the recording’s whole.  It is not the recording’s only key element.  The band’s performance of the set list is just as important to discuss here as the set list itself.

The set list featured in The Dead Daisies’ debut live recording is a key piece of the recording’s whole.  That is because though it pulls heavily from the band’s latest album, it does make an attempt to introduce audiences to the band’s older material, too.  Hopefully any future live recordings will be more balanced in regards to its representation of the band’s body of work.  While the set list alone makes this recording a good first live effort for the band, it is just one of the elements that is worth noting.  The band’s performance of the set list is just as important to note as the set list itself.  What is most notable about the band’s performance throughout these collected concerts is the sheer energy exuded in each show by each of the band’s members.  Front man John Corabi leads the way, giving his all in each song while the teamwork of guitarists Doug Aldrich and David Lowy generates even more energy through each song.  Drummer Brian Tichy’s solid timekeeping and powerhouse work behind the kit will impress drummers and musicians in general as will veteran bassist Marco Mendoza.  Whether in the songs or between them, the band manages to keep even home audiences entertained with its collective work.  The only downside to the band’s performances is that the actual video of said performances comes only in small clips in the concert’s bonus DVD.  It would have been nice to have had a full audio-visual presentation of that energy rather than an exclusively audio presentation.  Either way, the energy of the band’s performance does translate relatively well here.  As with the set list itself, it is another element which should be considered for the band’s next live recording.  That aside, the band’s energy still translates well in each song through the recording’s current presentation.  Keeping that in mind, it is not the last of the recording’s most important elements.  The bonus DVD that comes with the recording is yet another of its key elements.

The bonus DVD that is included with Live & Louder is a critical piece of the recording’s whole because of its content.  It includes an extensive series of interviews with the band members in which they discuss a variety of topics including stage fright, favorite live songs, playing covers and much more.  It also includes music videos for four songs taken from Make Some Noise.  Having the videos available on DVD means not always having to search for the videos online, so that in itself is its own bonus.  Audiences are also treated to a brief yet concise look at the tour from which the featured set list was culled.  The short vignettes give just a glimpse into the band’s live shows and life on the road, which adds to the recording’s overall experience.  Each element is minor in itself.  However, when set alongside each other, the noted elements do plenty to add to the overall live experience for fans who might otherwise not get to experience The Dead Daisies live.  One can only hope that, again, with its next live recording, a full audio-visual experience will be available and not just glimpses of that full-on experience.  That’s a discussion for another time.  All things considered, the bonus DVD that comes with Live & Louder’s main CD presentation is worthy of applause in its own right.  When it is set alongside the concert’s set list, the band’s performance thereof and even the concert’s production values, the end result is a recording that is a good first live effort for The Dead Daisies both because of and despite the lack of a DVD or Blu-ray recording of the concert.

The Dead Daisies’ debut live recording Live & Louder is a good first live effort from the veteran rock collective.  It boasts plenty of positives that have already been noted.  What wasn’t fully discussed was the expert production values exhibited throughout the recording.  The transitions between the separate segments were spot on and the sound engineering proves to be just as impressive as the general editing.  When these elements are set alongside the other discussed elements, the end result proves once more just how enjoyable this recording is even solely on an audio-specific platform.  With any luck, the band’s next live recording will include a DVD and/or Blu-ray performance so that the band can show even more just how impressive its live show is.  Live & Louder is available now.  More information on Live & Louder is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

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Rainbow’s New Live Recording Is A “Shining” New Offering From Eagle Rock

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Veteran rock outfit Rainbow is set to shine again early next month when it releases its latest live recording Live in Birmingham 2016.  Set for release Friday, June 9, the recording is the final piece in a collection of performances from the band held last year during the band’s European tour.  Two of the performances from that brief tour were initially released on DVD.  This recording, while only available on 2CD set and digital platforms – the set’s only negative – rounds out that short stint of live dates.  Even being available only on audio-specific platforms, it still boasts its share of positives, beginning with its set list.  This will be discussed shortly.  The band’s performance of the featured songs is just as important to note as the songs themselves.  It will be discussed later.  The concert’s sound quality rounds out its most important elements.  Each noted element is important in its own right as will be shown. All things considered, they make Live in Birmingham 2016 one more of this year’s top new live CDs.

Eagle Rock Entertainment’s new live Rainbow recording Live in Birmingham 2016 is one of this year’s top new live CDs.  An accompaniment to the label’s previously released live Rainbow recordings from the band’s 2016 European tour, this recording boasts plenty of positives beginning with its extensive 15-song (technically 16-song) set list.  The set list, which is spread across two discs, features an extensive collection of Rainbow’s hits along with a number of Deep Purple’s biggest hits, too.  On the outermost layer of the set list, audiences will appreciate that the set list balances the Deep Purple songs and Rainbow songs quite expertly.  Both bands are represented with eight songs.  Two of the songs, ‘Black Night’ and ‘Woman From Tokyo’ are joined in a mini-medley.  Even with that in mind, they are still two songs, bringing the set list’s total count to 16 songs.  Again, this makes the bands’ song count eight each.

The expertly balanced representation of Deep Purple and Rainbow within the set list is just one part of what makes the set list stand out.  The range of albums from which the songs are pulled adds even more to the importance of the set list.  In regards to the Rainbow portion of the set list, which is interspersed with the Deep Purple portion, audiences will be pleased to see that only two of Rainbow’s records – Bent Out Of Shape (1983) and Stranger In Us All (1995) – are not represented in this concert.  The band’s debut 1975 album Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow is represented twice in the form of ‘Catch The Rainbow’ and ‘Man on the Silver Mountain’ while Difficult To Cure (1981) also gets a pair of songs in the form of its title track and ‘Spotlight Kid.’  Rising, Down To Earth, Long Live Rock ‘N Roll and Straight Between The Eyes each get a nod, too.

The set list’s Deep Purple nods obviously don’t pull from every one of that band’s albums.  However, It does do a respectable job of representing the band’s early days, reaching all the way back to its seminal 1972 album Machine Head and even to 1995 with the 25th anniversary re-issue of Deep Purple in Rock.  That re-issue is represented through the song ‘Black Night,’ which was originally recorded as a B-Side that never made it onto the original album.  Stormbringer (1974) is also represented here as are the band’s self-titled 1973 album, Burn (1974) and Perfect Strangers (1984).  The latter of the albums, Perfect Strangers marked Blackmore’s return to the band from Rainbow, making it an important record to represent in Blackmore’s return to the stage in this concert.  Keeping in mind the Deep Purple and Rainbow records represented here and their equally balanced representation, it becomes clear why the concert’s set list is so important to its overall presentation.  The whole of the set list paints a rich, vivid picture of Blackmore’s career while also offering plenty of entertaining compositions.  The set list is only one of the elements to be considered in examining the recording’s whole.  The band’s performance of the set list is just as important to discuss in examining the concert’s overall presentation.

The set list featured in this recording is a key piece of the recording’s whole.  That is proven through its balance of Deep Purple and Rainbow songs as well as the representation of each band’s body of work within the recording.  It is not the recording’s only important element.  The band’s performance of that extensive, yet well-balanced, set list is just as important to examine as the set list itself.  Front man Ronnie Romero keeps audiences completely enthralled with his vocals in every song whether powering through ‘Long Live Rock ‘N’ Roll’ and ‘Highway Star,’ soaring through ‘Stargazer’ or driving the band through ‘Burn.’  Blackmore’s work on the guitar is just as powerful in each performance while David Keith (drums) and Bob Nouveau (bass) partner to drive the band’s rhythm section solidly.  The band’s collective fire burns bright through each performance, making the concert engaging from start to finish.  Even in the occasional interludes, Romero keeps listeners engaged showing his prowess as a front man as he interacts with the audience.  The fact that the band doesn’t spend an overt amount of time between songs makes this even more interesting to note.  Simply put, the band makes the most of every moment, whether performing or taking time to talk to the audience.  The whole of that presentation makes this recording even more enjoyable, even though it can only be enjoyed in an audio-only platform.  Despite that, the band’s performance both in-song and between proves to be just as important to this recording as the set list itself.  It is not the last of the recording’s most important elements, either.  Its sound quality rounds out its most important elements.

The set list that makes up the body of Live in Birmingham 2016 and the band’s performance thereof are both key pieces of the recording’s whole.  That has already been pointed out and proven.  While both elements are clearly important pieces of the record’s whole, they are not its only important elements.  The recording’s sound quality (I.E. its sound engineering/mixing) is also important to note.  The concert’s sound starts off a little bit muddled, with Romero’s vocals being somewhat overpowered by the rest of the band’s instrumentation.  By the time the band works its way into ‘Mistreated,’ that issue disappears, making the concert an enjoyable listen right to the end.  Whether the initial audio issue rose at the concert or in post-production is anyone’s guess.  That aside, it thankfully doesn’t last too long before it is finally eliminated.  The end result is a recording that balances relatively well each musician’s part with those of his counterparts, making for a concert that expertly highlights each musician and in turn entertains and engages audiences from start to finish.  When this is considered along with the equally important set list and band’s performance thereof, the whole of those elements reveals the recording to be an experience that audiences, whether fans of Blackmore, Deep Purple, Rainbow or all three, will appreciate.  That is the case even despite the fact that the recording is available only on audio-specific platforms.  They reveal the recording to be one of this year’s top new live CDS.

Rainbow: Live in Birmingham 2016 is one of this year’s top new live CDs.  That is due in part to a set list that lifts equally from Blackmore’s time with Rainbow and Deep Purple.  The band’s performance of the expertly balanced set list adds to the recording’s presentation.  The recording’s sound quality rounds out its most important elements.  Each element is, as already noted, important in its own right to the recording’s whole.  All things considered, they make Live in Birmingham 2016 a presentation that, despite being available exclusively on audio platforms, an enjoyable recording and one that proves to be one of the year’s top new live CDs.  It will be available in stores and online Friday, June 9.  More information on this and other titles from Eagle Rock Entertainment is available online now at:

 

 

 

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Next To None Announces Sophomore Album’s Release Date

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Next To None will release its sophomore album this summer.

Phases will be released July 7 via EMP Label Group in North America and InsideOut Music in Europe.  The announcement this week comes on the heels of the completion of the band’s European tour with Haken.

Work on the new record started last October and took approximately four months. Drummer Max Portnoy said the band in whole has been anticipating the album’s release.  He said that was because of the work put in by the band’s members in making the album become a reality.

“We’re so excited to finally be releasing our new album” Portnoy said.  “We feel it’s a huge step forward for the band and shows a much heavier and much more technical side.  This album is very special to us because it’s the first time we recorded and self-produced our entire album.  We were able to create music that is completely our own.  Every note, every sound, every word came from us, and we can’t wait for you all to hear it.  I suppose you could say what we’ve done here is do more of everything we did before but the greater experience we now have has helped us become better at what we want to do.”

Phases marks the debut for new guitarist Derrick Schneider with the band.  Schneider joined the band from a recommendation by former Guns N’ Roses guitarist Rob “Bumblefoot” Thal, who also made a guest appearance on the band’s debut album.  Ryland Holland left the band left the band last year to study at Berklee College of Music.

The band will hit the road alongside label mates Doll Skin this summer in celebration of the album’s release. The dates for that tour will be announced soon.  More information on those dates is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

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Goo Goo Dolls’ New EP Now Available

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Goo Goo Dolls fans have lots of reason to be “happy” today.

The veteran rock outfit released its new EP You Should Be Happy today via Warner Brothers Records. The 5-song disc’s lead single ‘Use Me’ is streaming online now, too. Audiences can view the song’s lyric video online now here. Audiences can also hear the record in whole here and can order it online here.

In celebration of the record’s release, the band will launch the “Long Way Home Tour” beginning July 14 in Mountain, CA.  American Idol star Phillip Phillips will join the band as direct support.  Tickets can be purchased online now via the band’s official website and through the official Live Nation website.

The tour’s current tour schedule is noted below.

Tour dates:
Fri- Jul-14-17 Mountain, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre
Sat-Jul-15-16 Las Vegas, NV Downtown Las Vegas Event Center
Sun-Jul-16-17 Phoenix, AZ Comerica Theatre
Tue-Jul-18-17 Greenwood Village, CO Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater
Thu-Jul-20-17 South Fargo, ND Scheels Arena
Fri-Jul-21-17 Council Bluffs, IA Harrah’s Hotel & Casino- Stir Cove
Mon-Jul-24-17 Chicago, IL Huntington Bank
Tue-Jul-25-17 Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis Farm Bureau
Thu-Jul-27-17 Peoria, IL Peoria Riverfront
Fri-Jul-28-17 Appleton, WI Fox Cities Stadium
Sat-Jul-29-17 Plymouth, MN Hilde Performance Center
Mon-Jul-31-17 Nashville, TN Ascend Amphitheater
Wed-Aug-02-17 Huber Heights, OH Rose Music Center at The Heights
Thu-Aug-03-17 Rochester Hills, MI Meadowbrook
Sat-Aug-05-17 Cleveland, OH Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
Sun-Aug-06-17 Philadelphia, PA Festival Pier
Tue-Aug-08-17 Vienna, VA Wolf Trap
Wed-Aug-09-17 Uncasville, CT  Mohegan Sun
Fri-Aug-11-17 Syracuse, NY Lakeview Amphitheater
Sat-Aug-12-17 Darien Lakes, NY Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
Sun-Aug-13-17 Wantagh, NY Northwell Health at Jones Beach Center
Tue-Aug-15-17 Boston, MA Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
Wed-Aug-16-17 Portland, ME Maine State Pier
Fri-Aug-18-17 Holmdel, NJ PNC Bank Arts Center
Sat-Aug-19-17 Bethel, NY Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
Sun-Aug-20-17 Saratoga Springs, NY Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Tue-Aug-22-17 Baltimore, MD Pier Six Pavilion
Wed-Aug-23-17 Raleigh, NC Red Hat Amphitheater
Fri-Aug-25-17 Virginia Beach, VA Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheatre
Sat-Aug-26-17 Asheville, NC Biltmore Estate – South Terrace
Sun-Aug-27-17 Charlotte, NC Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
Wed-Aug-30-17 Orlando, FL Hard Rock Live
Fri-Sep-01-17 Miami, FL Klipsch Amphitheater at Bayfront
Sat-Sep-02-17 Jacksonville, FL Daily’s Place
Mon-Sep-04-17 Atlanta, GA Chastain Park Amphitheatre
Thu-Sep-07-17 Houston, TX Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Sun-Sep-10-17 Albuquerque, NM Sandia Resort Casino
Tue-Sep-12-17 San Diego, CA Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
Wed-Sep-13-17 Los Angeles, CA The Greek Theatre

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Doll Skin Debuts Sophomore LP’s Lead Single

Pop punk outfit Doll Skin is giving audiences the first taste of its new album.

The band debuted the video for its new song ‘Shut Up (You Miss Me)’ this week via the Vans Warped Tour website.  The song is the band’s first from its upcoming sophomore album Manic Pixie Dream Girl, the follow-up to the band’s 2016 EMP Label Group debut In Your Face (Again).  The record was produced by Cage9 front man Evan Rodaniche.

The song is pure pop punk in terms of its musical arrangement. Its lyrical content is a seeming story about someone who is a little bit too devoted to another person.  Audiences can check out the video online now here.

Courtesy: Vans Warped Tour/EMP Label Group

Doll Skin is currently touring in support of its upcoming record, whose release date has not yet been announced. The band wraps a short string of live dates across Wisconsin May 12 and 13 in St. Calvary and LaCrosse respectively before heading to Dubuque, IA to wrap the weekend. Dates in Nebraska and Okolahoma next week finish the band’s current headlining schedule.

Once the band finishes its headlining dates, it will take some time to rest up before joining the Vans Warped Tour June 16.  That string of dates runs through June 25 in Denver, CO.  The band’s current tour schedule is noted below.

Upcoming Must-Attend Events

Tour Dates:

DOLL SKIN Headlining:

SHUT UP 2017 TOUR:

5/11 Ft Atkinson, WI. @ Hijynx w/ Evil Engine
5/12 Mt Calvary, WI. @ Maximillians w/ Evil Engine
5/13 LaCrosse, WI. @ The Warehouse w/ In Solace
5/14 Dubuque, IA. @ The Venue
5/15 Omaha, NE. @ Lookout Lounge w Green Death
5/17 Scottsbluff, NE @Union Bar & Grill
5/19 Oklahoma City, OK @ Thunder Alley

VANS WARPED TOUR 2017 PRESENTED BY JOURNEYS:

June 16 — CenturyLink Field – Seattle, WA
June 17 — Oregon State Fairgrounds – Salem, OR
June 21 — Balloon Fiesta Park – Albuquerque, NM
June 22 — Fear Farm – Phoenix, AZ
June 23 — Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Las Vegas, NV
June 24 — Utah State Fair Park – Salt Lake City, UT
June 25 — Pepsi Center – Denver, CO

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Madonna, Eagle Rock Partner For New Live Recording

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One of pop’s biggest names has partnered with Eagle Rock Entertainment to release a new live recording.

Madonna will release her new live recording Rebel Heart Tour September 15 via Eagle Rock Entertainment.  The recording will be released on DVD, Blu-ray and digital platforms. The DVD and Blu-ray presentations will each come with a companion CD recording.

The new recording, which originally aired on Showtime last December, was co-directed by Danny Tull and Nathan Rissman and produced by Live Nation Global Touring. Both directors have worked extensively with Madonna throughout her career on the stage and screen.

Rebel Heart Tour presents a variety of performances recorded throughout the course of the famed veteran pop star’s tour, which launched September 9, 2015 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and ended March 20, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. Along with the extensive concert footage, the recording will also include bonus behind-the-scenes and other footage. Its set list includes a variety of songs from Madonna’s career and will be announced soon.

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