Airbourne have posted a trailer for their “It’s All for Rock n’ Roll” documentary. The DVD will come with the band’s new “Diamond Cuts” box set, which will be released on September 29. That set will come with the band’s first three studio albums ‘Runnin Wild’, ‘No Guts, No Glory’ and ‘Black Dog Barking’ along with the new ‘Diamond Cuts – The B-Sides’ collection, featuring “Money” and another tack called “Heavy Weight Lover.”
Airbourne are streaming a previously unreleased song called “Money,” via Loudwire. The track will come with the band’s new “Diamond Cuts” box set, which will be released on September 29. That will come with the band’s first three studio albums ‘Runnin Wild’, ‘No Guts, No Glory’ and ‘Black Dog Barking’ along with the new ‘Diamond Cuts – The B-Sides’ collection, featuring “Money” and another tack called “Heavy Weight Lover”, and the ‘It’s All for Rock n’ Roll’ documentary on DVD.
The band commented:
“‘Money’ was found covered in piles of dust and reel to reel tape, it was part of the recording sessions for ‘No Guts No Glory’ and for some reason it just didn’t make the album, but hearing it again today we’re pumped to get it out there. “‘Show Me the Money’ is a double entendre and we’ll let you figure out what it’s about. It’s part of the Diamond Cuts release all on vinyl with a bunch more other B-Sides that are rare and only ever been released on special editions and never on vinyl. Along with the bonus documentary movie Its All For Rock’n’Roll. It’s a snap shot of the first three albums of the band.”
Airbourne have announced that they will be releasing a new box set called “Diamond Cuts” on September 29. It will be available on limited edition vinyl and CD, and the band says it will come with their “first three studio albums ‘Runnin Wild’, ‘No Guts, No Glory’ and ‘Black Dog Barking’ along with the brand new ‘Diamond Cuts – The B-Sides’ collection featuring two previously unavailable tracks (“Money” and “Heavy Weight Lover”) plus a bonus DVD of the brand new band documentary ‘It’s All for Rock n’ Roll’ – all housed in a slipcase box.”
Airbourne have parted ways with guitarist David Roads. Taking his place will be Harri Harrison.
“The band posted the following:
To all Airbourne fans and friends we’ve got one Hell of an update for you!
David Roads has decided to leave the band to work in his family business. As the old saying goes, ‘you can take the boy out of the farm, but you can’t take the farm out of the boy’. We say, good on ya mate, well-played and good luck!
Now to the future, and its all guns blazing foot to the floor! Introducing you to our new Airbourne Brother, he’s our long time staunch mate Harri ‘The Riff Doctor’ Harrison. Possessing a gifted Rock’n’Roll right hand motor he already ‘fits in like a well-greased piston into a V8’ and we are all pumped to be bringing his powerful locomotive-like rhythm with us to rock the summer festivals!
Cheers and see ya soon rockers! – Joel, Ryan & Streety
David Roads would like to say “Many thanks to all the fans. It has been an absolute pleasure rocking out with you guys over the years. It was great to be a part of this wild Airbourne ride! Cheers!”
Airbourne have premiered a new video for their song “It’s All For Rock ‘N’ Roll,” via imotorhead.com. This song/video pay tribute to Lemmy Kilmister (Motörhead), and it is from the band’s latest album “Breakin’ Outta Hell.”
During Airbourne’s September 22 show in Kamloops, BC, Joel O’Keefe fell off the stage towards the end of the band’s set. He ended up injuring his leg and had to finish the performance on a chair.
Airbourne have premiered a new video for their new song “Rivalry.” This song is from the band’s new album, “Breakin’ Outta Hell,” which will be released on September 23.