I Prevail To Release “Post Traumatic” Live Album

I Prevail will be releasing a new live album titled “Post Traumatic” on October 30. The effort will feature various songs that were recorded at shows across the world and several bonus tracks. A video for the effort’s first single, a live version of “Deadweight” featuring Beartooth’s Caleb Shomo, can be found below:

“Post Traumatic” Track Listing:

01. “Bowdown” (live from Grand Rapids)
02. “Paranoid” (live from ‘Rock am Ring‘)
03. “Every Time You Leave” (feat. Delaney Jane (live on SiriusXM)
04. “Rise Above It” (live from Montreal)
05. “Breaking Down” (live from Detroit)
06. “DOA” (live from London)
07. “Gasoline” (live from ‘Download Australia‘)
08. “Hurricane” (live from Vienna)
09. “Let Me Be Sad” (live from rehearsal)
10. “Low” (live from Boston)
11. “Goodbye” (live from Pittsburgh)
12. “Deadweight” (feat. Caleb Shomo of Beartooth) (live from Fayetteville)
13. “I Don’t Belong Here” (live from rehearsal)
14. “Feel Something” (Illenium & Excision with I Prevail)
15. “DOA” (feat. Joyner Lucas)
16. “Hurricane” (Reimagined)
17. “Every Time You Leave” (feat. Delaney Jane) (live acoustic)

Watch Rage Against The Machine’s Zack de la Rocha And Queens Of The Stone Age’s Josh Homme Join Run The Jewels For “Holy Calamavote” Set

Run The Jewels recently performed their latest album “RTJ4” in full during a special concert for Adult Swim. The set aired last night (October 17) and it featured several guests including Rage Against The Machine’s Zach de la Rocha, Queens Of The Stone Age‘s Josh Homme, and more. You can watch the full show below. Eric Andre hosted the event, which was organized as part of Run The Jewels and Ben & Jerrys‘ “Holy Calamavote” initiative.

Watch Rise Against’s Recent Set For The Virtual “Save Our Stages” Festival

Yesterday (October 17), Rise Against played a set at The Metro in Chicago, Illinois as part of the virtual “Save Our Stages” festival. That event was organized to raise donations and awareness for the National Independent Venue Association and the NIVA Emergency Relief Fund.

Watch Foo Fighters’ Recent Acoustic Set For The Virtual “Save Our Stages” Festival

Yesterday (October 17), Foo Fighters played an acoustic set at The Troubadour in Los Angeles, California as part of the virtual “Save Our Stages” festival. That event was organized to raise donations and awareness for the National Independent Venue Association and the NIVA Emergency Relief Fund.

Volbeat To Release “Rewind, Replay, Rebound: Live In Deutschland” In November

Volbeat will be releasing a new live album titled “Rewind, Replay, Rebound: Live In Deutschland” on November 27. The tracks on the effort were recorded during the band’s 2019 dates in Germany, except two, which were recorded earlier on the tour. You can find a live video for “Cheapside Sloggers” from the release below:

“Rewind, Replay, Rebound: Live In Deutschland” Track Listing:

01. “Intro/Lola Montez”
02. “Pelvis On Fire”
03. “Doc Holliday”
04. “Sorry Sack Of Bones”
05. “The Garden’s Tale”
06. “Ring Of Fire”
07. “Sad Man’s Tongue”
08. “When We Were Kids”
09. “Slaytan”
10. “Dead But Rising”
11. “Fallen”
12. “Die To Live”
13. “Seal The Deal”
14. “For Evigt”
15. “7:24”
16. “Cheapside Sloggers”
17. “Lonesome Rider”
18. “Parasite”
19. “The Everlasting”
20. “Cloud 9”
21. “Last Day Under The Sun”
22. “The Devil’s Bleeding Crown”
23. “Leviathan”
24. “Let It Burn”
25. “Pool Of Booze, Booze, Booza”
26. “Boa [JDM]”
27. “Still Counting”

Devin Townsend Shares “Why?” Live Video From “Order Of Magnitude – Empath Live Volume 1”

Devin Townsend has shared a new live video for his song “Why?.” The footage is taken from his new live album/Blu-ray, “Order Of Magnitude – Empath Live Volume 1,” which will be released on October 23. That set was filmed at the Roundhouse in London, England on December 12, 2019 and it featured the following artists: Ché Aimee Dorval (Casualties Of Cool), Morgan Ågren (Kaipa), Mike Keneally (Dethklok), Markus Reuter (Stick Men), Nathan Navarro, Diego Tejeida (Haken), Samantha Preis, Anne Preis, and Arabella Packford.

Townsend commented:

“So once upon a time, in a land not much different than the one we’re living in now, there used to be things called ‘concerts’ where a bunch of human beings would assemble to watch awkward performances and get shitfaced on overpriced beer. Tour managers would solve problems while simultaneously hitting on women, and musicians would complain about not being home (until getting home, where they would then complain about not being on tour).

During one of these ‘tours’, I myself assembled 10 brilliant people, confident enough to play challenging material, while simultaneously acting like goofs with me onstage. This is from the upcoming ‘Order Of Magnitude‘ DVD, and the song is called ‘Why‘. Kudos to Diego for being able to pull off a full symphony with only 4 limbs, and the rest of the band for not batting an eye when I presented the ideas I had for this show.

Che, Samantha, Anne and Arabella came to me and said ‘look, if we have to wear this stuff, you have to as well…’ so my Tutu was a show of solidarity with band members, but as the saying goes ‘I’ve seen better legs hanging out of a nest’

I look forward to a time where we get to do this again, but if that’s not meant to be, I loved this, so thanks to everyone involved.”

Watch Foo Fighters Perform An Acoustic Version Of “Learn To Fly” On “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

Foo Fighters recently performed an acoustic version of “Learn To Fly” at The Troubadour in West Hollywood, CA. The footage aired on last night’s (October 15) episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and it serves as a teaser for the band’s upcoming acoustic set, which will stream during the “Save Our Stages” virtual festival on October 17.

Watch Footage Of Nonpoint Performing Their Busta Rhymes, Slick Rick, & Method Man Medley “Tribute”

Nonpoint have shared a new live video for their Slick Rick, Busta Rhymes, and Method Man medley “Tribute.” The footage was captured during the band’s recent “Statement” 20th anniversary livestream concert.

Bleed From Within Premiere “Into Nothing” Live Video

Bleed From Within have premiered a new live video for their song “Into Nothing.” The footage is taken from the band’s recent virtual show opening for Lamb Of God. The track is from their latest album “Fracture.” On another note, the band will also be streaming a headlining virtual concert tomorrow (October 16).