The HU Share New Version Of “Song Of Women” Feat. Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale

The HU have shared a video for a new version of “Song Of Women” featuring Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale. This track will appear on the new deluxe edition of the band’s latest album “The Gereg“ (out July 10). Hale commented:

“I’m so thankful to The HU for welcoming me, my words and my melody into this song. I can count on less than one hand the number of times where a project has changed the course of my spirit and renewed my faith in humanity. This was one of those projects. I’m still levitating.”

Behold… The Arctopus Premiere New Song “Forgotten Explanations”

Behold… The Arctopus have premiered a new song titled “Forgotten Explanations.” This track is from the band’s new album “Hapeleptic Overtrove,“ which will be released on June 12.

[via MetalSucks]

Watch Jinjer And Suicide Silence Members Cover Nirvana’s “Territorial Pissings”

Jinjer’s Tatiana Shmailyuk and Eugene Abdiukhanov recently teamed up with Suicide Silence’s Alex Lopez for a quarantine cover of Nirvana‘s “Territorial Pissings.” You can see footage of that below. This news comes after Jinjer and Suicide Silence postponed their spring tour due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Share Of Royalties For Three Misfits Releases Up For Auction

A piece of the royalties for Misfits’ “American Psycho” (1997), “Famous Monsters” (1999), and “Cuts From The Crypt” (2001) are currently up for auction on royaltyexchange.com. The winner will get the rights to a share of all sales, streaming, and sync royalties.

Dangerous Hippies (Hinder) Premiere New Song “1982”

Dangerous Hippies, the band featuring Hinder drummer Cody Hanson and frontman Marshal Dutton, have premiered a new song titled “1982.” Hanson told Loudwire the following about the track:

“‘1982’ is a fun, upbeat track about a girl that was born in 1982. When I think about pop culture from the ’80s, which I love, I remember everything being really fun and vibrant. The song alludes to the fact that no matter how many great things happened that year, she is what made really made the year 1982 special.”

Queen + Adam Lambert Honor COVID-19 Frontline Workers With “You Are The Champions”

Queen + Adam Lambert are honoring COVID-19 frontline workers with a new version of “We Are The Champions” called “You Are The Champions.” Proceeds from the track will go towards the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization.

The band issued the following statement:

“By each playing our part and addressing the difficult times we are all sharing we will win this challenge. During this time our thoughts and thanks are with those dedicated medical heroes standing up to the battle daily on our behalf. They are the champions. You are the champions.”

Brian May also commented:

“It seems to me we should dedicate this one to all the front-line soldiers fighting for Humanity against the insurgent coronavirus. Just like our parents, grandparents, and great grandparents who fought for us in two world wars, those brave warriors in the front line are our new CHAMPIONS. That means the doctors, nurses, cleaners, porters, drivers, tea-ladies and gentlemen, and all who are quietly risking their lives daily to save the lives of our kin. CHAMPIONS ALL!!!”

Roger Taylor continued:

“As a father with a daughter in the front line, I am ultra-aware of the vital work they are doing daily to save us and our society. Their bravery and sacrifice must not be prejudiced by anything less than a one hundred per cent effort by our governments to protect them. They are precious to us all and they are truly our champions.”

Adam Lambert added:

“It is with the deepest gratitude to all those on the frontline all over the world that we dedicate our performance. Thank you for keeping us safe, we are in awe of your bravery and strength.”

Elizabeth Cousens, president and CEO of the UN Foundation, also had the following to say:

“‘We Are The Champions’ has always been a rallying cry. We are grateful to Queen and Adam Lambert for using their talents to support our heroes on the frontlines of the COVID-19 response. Their contribution to this fight will lift spirits and raise critical funds for the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Watch Sammy Hagar & The Circle Cover AC/DC’s “Whole Lotta Rosie” As Part Of Their “Lockdown Sessions”

Sammy Hagar & The Circle recently performed a cover of AC/DC’s “Whole Lotta Rosie” as part of their “Lockdown Sessions.” You can see footage of that below: