KISS To Release “Off The Soundboard: Live In Des Moines 1977” In September

KISS will be releasing the fourth installment of their “KISS – Off The Soundboard” live bootleg series on September 9. The effort, which is titled “Off The Soundboard: Live In Des Moines 1977,” features the band’s November 29, 1977 show at Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium in Des Moines, Iowa and it will be available as a two-LP standard black vinyl set, a single CD, a limited edition two-LP set pressed on 180-gram purple vinyl, and digitally. Pre-orders can be found HERE.

“Off The Soundboard: Live In Des Moines 1977” Track Listing:

01. “I Stole Your Love”
02. “King Of The Night Time World”
03. “Ladies Room”
04. “Firehouse”
05. “Love Gun”
06. “Let Me Go, Rock ‘N Roll”
07. “Makin’ Love”
08. “Christine Sixteen”
09. “Shock Me”
10. “I Want You”
11. “Calling Dr. Love”
12. “Shout It Out Loud”
13. “God Of Thunder”
14. “Rock And Roll All Nite”
15. “Detroit Rock City”
16. “Beth”
17. “Black Diamond”

Original Alice Cooper Band To Release “Live From The Astroturf” In September

Alice Cooper will be releasing a new live album/film, titled “Live From The Astroturf, Alice Cooper,” on September 30. The effort, which will be available on vinyl and CD/Blu-Ray digipak, will feature the October 2015 show that Cooper played with the surviving members of his original band, Dennis Dunaway, Michael Bruce and Neal Smith. That set took place at Good Records in Dallas, TX. Pre-orders can be found HERE. Select physical copies will also include Cooper’s “Live From The Astroturf” documentary.

“Live From The Astroturf, Alice Cooper” Track Listing:

01. “Caught In A Dream” (Vinyl Side A)
02. “Be My Lover”
03. “I’m Eighteen”
04. “Is It My Body”
05. “No More Mr. Nice Guy”
06. “Under My Wheels” (Vinyl Side B)
07. “School’s Out”
08. “Elected”
09. “Desperado” (Intro Bonus Track)

DVD/Blu-ray (running time: over 100 minutes):

Documentary With All Live Performances + Extras:

* Music Video for “I’m Eighteen (Live From The Astroturf)”
* Music Video for “Under My Wheels (Live From The Astroturf)”
* Extensive Interview with Dennis, Michael and Neal

Between The Buried And Me Digitally Release “The Great Misdirect Live”

Between The Buried And Me have digitally released their new live album, “The Great Misdirect Live,“ via Bandcamp. The effort will also be available on further streaming services on June 17 and physically on June 24. The record was recorded during the band’s August 10, 2021 show at The Palladium in Worcester, MA in which they performed “The Great Misdirect” in full.

Anthrax To Release New Live Album/Film Featuring Their 40th Anniversary Livestream Concert

Anthrax will be releasing a new live album/film titled “Anthrax XL” on July 15. The effort will feature the band’s 40th anniversary livestream concert, which was held at The Den in Los Angeles, CA on July 16, 2021.

The group shared more information on the set:

“The entire performance, plus never-before-seen rehearsal footage and Scott Ian’s New York City “walking tour,” pointing out the spots that played a role in Anthrax’s formation and history, will be released in North America on July 15 on Blu-Ray and Digital (Megaforce). “Anthrax XL” will also have a European Digital release on July 15 (Nuclear Blast), followed by a Blu-Ray release later this year.”

Drummer Charlie Benante also commented:

“Forty years doesn’t feel like 40 years. Sometimes I have to remind myself about how long this strange trip has been. I enjoy playing these songs, they’re such a huge part of my life, and I know for a lot of our fans, they play a big part in theirs as well.”

Bassist Frank Bello continued:

“For me, each song was like reading through a scrapbook of my life and the band’s career. Specifically, ‘Madhouse,’ one of my first recordings with the band, and then to where we are now with ‘Blood Eagle Wings.’ What a great ride it’s been, I’m very grateful.”

Vocalist Joey Belladonna added:

“Even though we were performing in a studio with just the crew there, we played that set like we were in front of 50,000 screaming fans. I felt like we made a full-on connection with everyone watching from their homes or wherever, and that they connected with us. It was quite an intense experience.”

“Anthrax XL” Track Listing:

01. “Time“/”Fight Em ’Til You Can’t”
02. “Madhouse”
03. “Caught In A Mosh”
04. “Metal Thrashing Mad”
05. “Got The Time” (Joe Jackson cover)
06. “I Am The Law”
07. “Keep It In The Family”
08. “Lone Justice”
09. “The Devil You Know”
10. “Be All End All”
11. “Now It’s Dark”
12. “Antisocial” (Trust cover)
13. “In The End”
14. “Medusa”
15. “Evil Twin”
16. “Indians”
17. “Skeletons In The Closet”
18. “Blood Eagle Wings”
19. “Bring The Noise” (Public Enemy cover) (feat. Chuck D)
20. “A.I.R.”
21. “Among The Living”

You can find a video for “Aftershock” from the set below:

Between The Buried And Me To Release “The Great Misdirect Live” In June

Between The Buried And Me will be releasing a new live album, titled “The Great Misdirect Live,“ on June 24. The effort, which was recorded during the band’s August 10, 2021 show at The Palladium in Worcester, MA, features a full album performance of “The Great Misdirect.” Pre-orders can be found HERE.

Orianthi To Release “Live From Hollywood” In July

Orianthi will be releasing a new live album/film titled “Live From Hollywood” on July 15. The effort was recorded at the Bourbon Room in Hollywood, CA on January 8 and it will be available on CD/DVD and Blu-ray. A live video for “Contagious” from the set can be found below:

“Live From Hollywood” Track Listing:

01. “Contagious”
02. “Sinners Hymn”
03. “Heaven In This Hell”
04. “Think Like A Man”
05. “You Don’t Wanna Know”
06. “What’s It Gonna Be”
07. “Courage”
08. “Blow”
09. “Impulsive”
10. “Blues Won’t Leave Me Alone”
11. “According To You”
12. “How Do You Sleep”

Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators To Release “Live At Studios 60” Double Live LP In June

Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators will be releasing a double live album, titled “Live At Studios 60,” on June 18 as part of Record Store Day. The LP features a full album performance of “4” and four bonus tracks.

“Live At Studios 60” Track Listing:

Side A:

01. “Actions Speak Louder Than Words”
02. “Whatever Gets You By”
03. “C’est La Vie”
04. “The Path Less Followed”

Side B:

01. “The River Is Rising”
02. “Spirit Love”
03. “Fill My World”
04. “April Fools”

Side C:

01. “Call Off The Dogs”
02. “Fall Back To Earth”
03. “Driving Rain”

Side D:

01. “You’re A Lie”
02. “World On Fire”
03. “Anastasia”

Thursday Digitally Release “Full Collapse” Live Album

Thursday have digitally released a new “Full Collapse” live album. The effort was recorded at the Music Hall Of Williamsburg in New York in December 2018 and it can be found on the service of your choice HERE. Vinyl copies will arrive at a later date.

Deadguy To Release New Live Album “Buyer’s Remorse: Live From The Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest”

Deadguy will be releasing a new live album, titled “Buyer’s Remorse: Live From The Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest,“ on June 10 via Decibel Magazine’s Decibel Records. The effort, which can be pre-ordered HERE, will feature the band’s September 25, 2021 set at The Fillmore in Philadelphia, PA.

“Buyer’s Remorse: Live From The Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest” Track Listing:

01. “John Dear”
02. “Doom Patrol”
03. “Pins And Needles”
04. “Die With Your Mask On”
05. “Makeshift Atomsmasher”
06. “Baby Arm”
07. “Puny Human”
08. “Nine Stitches”
09. “Druid”
10. “Riot Stairs”
11. “Apparatus”
12. “Running With Scissors”
13. “Police Story” (Black Flag cover)
14. “The Extremist”

Albert Mudrian, Editor-in-Chief of Decibel Magazine, commented:

“Decibel Records is our latest love letter to the completist metal fan. Documenting and immortalizing the special live sets from Decibel‘s live events with equally unique limited releases is just the first step for Decibel Records. We won’t reveal our future plans just yet, but readers can expect more exclusive partnerships like this with the artists who have graced our pages and dominated our stages for decades.”

Deadguy drummer Dave Rosenberg added:

“The Decibel team have always been super supportive of Deadguy, and it’s a huge honor to be on the maiden voyage of Decibel Records. The dedication to heavy music that Decibel is famous for is something we identify with completely, and the Philly festival was an incredible re-emergence from our 20-year hiatus.”