The Ocean are streaming a full album performance of “Phanerozoic II: Mesozoic / Cenozoic” as part of the virtual Roadburn Redux festival. However, you only have until Monday (April 19) to watch it. This news comes after the band previously performed “Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic” in full during a livestream last month.
Lacuna Coil will be releasing a new live album/film titled “Live From The Apocalypse” on June 25. The effort will feature the band’s September 11, 2020 livestream show in which they performed “Black Anima” in full at the Alcatraz Club in Milan, Italy. The following formats will be available: CD+DVD digipak, gatefold 2LP+DVD and LP booklet, and digital album. A video for the first single, “Bad Things,” can be found below:
“Live From The Apocalypse” Track Listing:
01. “Anima Nera”
02. “Sword Of Anger”
03. “Save Me”
04. “Now Or Never”
06. “Through The Flames”
08. “Black Feathers”
09. “Under The Surface”
10. “The End Is All I Can See”
12. “Black Dried Up Heart”
13. “Bad Things”
14. “Layers Of Time”
15. “Black Anima”
16. “Save Me (Apocalypse Version)”
Andrea Ferro commented:
“On one hand, it felt awkward to play for a huge empty room. But on the other hand, it felt great to finally reconnect with our fans at home and with the people working behind the scenes. A lot of people enjoyed the show — it was definitely a one-off event loaded with a lot of emotions and feelings. ‘Live From The Apocalypse’ is an opportunity to offer a new release to our fans while the COVID-19 crisis is still a real thing, affecting them and us. The live album represents a unique moment in our career (and life) that will be forever remembered as that one time when we literally ‘rose from the Apocalypse.'”
Greta Van Fleet were the musical guests on last night’s (April 14) episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!.” You can see footage of the band performing “Heat Above” on the show below. That track is from their new album “The Battle At Garden’s Gate,” which will be released tomorrow (April 16).
Daughtry has shared a new live video for his latest single “Heavy Is The Crown.” You can check that out below:
Chris Daughtry commented:
“No one truly knows the responsibility of any one given person.
We all possess heavy responsibilities of our own castles, our own families, our own worlds and circles. So it’s easy to look elsewhere and think someone has it better or believe that one is less significant than the next person. But we are all as significant as it gets.
When you really see that you are 100 percent responsible for your life and the vision you want to come to fruition, that’s heavy. However, it’s also liberating to know, you are fully in control of that, while also being aware of the burden that comes with carving your own path and not conforming to societal norms.”
Guns N’ Roses have shared some pro-shot footage from their November 20, 2016 show at Estádio Mané Garrincha in Brasília, Brazil. The 36-minute video was released as part of the band’s “Not In This Lifetime Selects” series and it features the following tracks:
01. “It’s So Easy”
02. “Welcome To The Jungle”
04. “Rocket Queen”
05. “Used To Love Her”
Cheap Trick were the musical guests on last night’s (April 8) episode of “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.” You can see footage of the band performing “Boys & Girls & Rock N Roll” on the show below. That track is from their new album “In Another World,” which was released today (April 9).
Motörhead have shared a new live video for their song “Rock It.” The footage is taken from the band’s new live release, “Louder Than Noise… Live In Berlin,” which will be available on April 23. That effort was recorded at the Velodrom in Berlin, Germany on December 5, 2012.
As previously reported, Rammstein frontman Till Lindemann will be releasing a new Blu-ray/live album, titled “Live In Moscow,” from his Lindemann project on May 21. Now, footage of “Praise Abort” from the effort has been shared online. You can check that out below. The Blu-ray was filmed during the band’s March 15, 2020 show at VTB Arena in Moscow, Russia and its release comes after it was revealed that Lindemann will be moving forward without Peter Tägtgren (Hypocrisy, Pain).