Five Finger Death Punch have shared an acoustic version of their song “Wrong Side Of Heaven.“ This version of the track is from the band’s new greatest hits compilation, “A Decade Of Destruction, Volume 2,“ which will be released on CD and digitally on October 9. The effort will also be available on vinyl on November 20.
Crown The Empire recently performed an acoustic version of their song “Blurry (Out Of Place)” as part of SiriusXM’s “Octane Home Invasion Festival.” You can see footage of that below:
10 Years recently performed an acoustic version of their song “Wasteland” as part of SiriusXM’s “Octane Home Invasion Festival.” You can see footage of that below:
Bad Wolves recently performed an acoustic version of their song “Sober” as part of SiriusXM’s “Octane Home Invasion Festival.” You can see footage of that below:
Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour) recently performed “Black Eyes Blue” acoustically on Japanese TV. You can find fan-uploaded footage of that below. “Black Eyes Blue” is from Taylor’s new album “CMFT,“ which will be released on October 2.
As previously reported, The Pretty Reckless recently performed a quarantine acoustic version of “Death By Rock And Roll” during an iHeartRadio Facebook Live session. Now, that version of the song has been released on streaming services. The original version of “Death By Rock And Roll” will serve as the title track of the group’s upcoming album.
Seether’s Shaun Morgan and Corey Lowery have shared an acoustic performance of their song “Dangerous.” That track is from the band’s new album “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum,” which will be released on August 28.
St. Vincent has shared footage of herself performing an acoustic cover of Tool‘s “Forty Six & 2” during a pre-show warm-up. You can check that out below. It’s worth noting that Tool guitarist Adam Jones commented on the post saying “very nice.”
I Prevail have released an acoustic version of “Every Time You Leave“ featuring Delaney Jane. You can watch a video for that below. The original version of the track is from the band’s latest album “Trauma.”
Enterprise Earth have shared a quarantine acoustic performance of “There Is No Tomorrow.” This news comes after the band recently released an acoustic version of the song as part of their new EP “Foundation Of Bones.”
The group commented:
“The acoustic version of ‘There Is No Tomorrow’ was a cathartic experience. It was inspired by bands that have done incredible acoustic renditions of their heavy tunes, namely Alice In Chains, The Contortionist, and I See Stars. Our sonic inspirations and musical expressions go much deeper than just being brutal and we wanted to express that sentiment and develop another facet of our sound.
We love melody, peaks and valleys within a song, acoustic jams that take you on a journey, and most importantly, we love writing music that resonates strongly within us. ‘There Is No Tomorrow’ is easily the most melodic and emotional song from Luciferous.
If any tune from that record deserved an acoustic rendition, it would be that one. Expect more of these acoustic renditions in the future. We hope you enjoy something a little different from us 🤟🏼”