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Foo Fighters Jam With Red Hot Chili Peppers Star

(hennemusic) Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith joined the Foo Fighters for a rendition of The Faces' 1971 classic, "Stay With Me", during a July 14 show at The Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, NY.

"He can't not play the drums if he comes to our show," Foos drummer Taylor Hawkins told the crowd before stepping up to handle lead vocals on the track.

"It's true," added frontman Dave Grohl. "If he shows up, you're like, 'OK, what's Chad going to do?'" Written by Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood, "Stay With Me" was a hit single from The Faces' third album, "A Nod's As Good As A Wink... To A Blind Horse. Watch the jam here.

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Minus The Bear Announce Farewell Tour and Final EP

Minus The Bear shocked fans with the surprise announcement that they will be breaking up following the release of a final EP and the launch of a farewell tour this fall.

The band announced that they will be releasing the new EP called "Fair Enough" in tandem with a North American farewell tour that is scheduled to launch in early October.

The group said in a statement, "After almost two decades of writing and touring the world together, we have decided to close this chapter of our lives as Minus the Bear.

"What started as a silly inside joke inside the dingy confines of Seattle's original Cha Cha Lounge back in 2001 quickly snowballed into years of adventures, creativity, and friendship. We could have never predicted the wild journey about to begin. We've accomplished so much over the past 17 years, and we are grateful for the experience. Read more here.

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The Moody Blues' John Lodge Announce Solo Tour

The Moody Blues legend John Lodge has announced that he will be hitting the road for a U.S. solo tour called "The Moody Blues' John Lodge: The 10,000 Light Years Tour".

Lodge will be launching the trek in support of his 2017 "Live from Birmingham" album. The tour will be kicking off on October 12th in Nashville and wrap October 23, in Arlington, MA.

He had this to say, "'Music is my life and I can't wait to get on the road with my 10,000 Light Years Bandů the venues are smaller and more intimate, but I love live concerts 'have bass will travel' that's the gypsy in me." Read more here.

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The View Frontman Kyle Falconer Releases Song From Solo Album

(Fear) The View frontman Kyle Falconer will release his debut solo album 'No Thank You' on July 27th on Riverman Records and is streaming the lead single "Poor" online.

The song can be streamed here and we were sent the following details about the new record: A raw and brutally honest collection of songs, much of 'No Thank You' finds Falconer exploring a tumultuous time in his life. The majority of the songs cover a period which commenced when he entered rehab in the summer of 2016, right through to the present day where he's now embracing a new life and outlook as a father.

After completing his time in rehab in Thailand, Falconer returned home to Scotland with the idea of making his debut solo album. With a handful of new songs already written ('Poor Me' and 'The Therapist'), he also discovered that songs he'd previously penned felt relevant to his new situation. Read more
here.

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Black Fast Release 'Phantom I Am' Video

Black Fast celebrated their new album Spectre of Ruin hitting stores this past Friday, with the release of a brand new video for the track "Phantom I Am".

Guitarist and vocalist Aaron Akin had this the following to say about the song, "This track has some really dark and unique progressions, an interesting overall arrangement and a ripper solo.

"It's one of the songs that asks for the most repeat listens. Lyrically it sums up the overall theme and vibe of this record. Doused in the adipocere of extinction, the scorched husk peels, and the insect sings." Watch the video here.

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The Body Politic Release 'Parasoul' Video

(HR) The Body Politic have released a new music video for their single, "Parasoul". The song comes from group's contr:addiction EP, which was released last year.

Spencer Bowman had this to say about the track and video, "'Parasoul' is a song about pain. Our director Mike perfectly captured the bitterness, sadness, and anger in the song with his treatment of the video. Our latest album explores the world of addiction, and how substance abuse only temporarily masks pain."
"A parallel can be drawn to the video for 'Parasoul' as it illustrates how vengeance is unsatisfying, and only masks the damage that motivates it. If revenge is used as the antidote, the pain remains." Watch it
here.

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Kvelertak Frontman Erlend Hjelvik Leaves The Group

Kvelertak frontman Erlend Hjelvik has announced that he has left the band. He broke the news to fans with the following, "Hey, Erlend here, there is no easy way to say this, so I'll just get straight to it. It's necessary for me to part ways with Kvelertak.

"The experience of building a successful band has been fun and rewarding but has also been equally intense and challenging. Over the years, this has taken its toll. As we've been developing personally and professionally, our individual goals, needs and motivations have changed, leading us in different directions. Though it is a heavy decision to leave a life I've been living and breathing for the last decade, I feel happy and excited to explore new possibilities for the future.

"Regrettably, due to circumstances out of my control, I am not able to perform the last four shows in Norway this summer. I apologize to the festival organizers and fans planning on these shows. I would like to thank Bjarte, Kjetil, Maciek, Marvin and Vidar, our crew, bands we've toured with and everyone else who has worked with Kvelertak. Most importantly, I appreciate our awesome fans that have made everything possible. I'm very proud and grateful for everything we've accomplished as Kvelertak. I am genuinely thankful for everything we've experienced together and wish the band the best of luck and success in the future."

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Thy Will Be Done Recruit Overcast Star For Sworn Enemy Tour

Thy Will Be Done have announced that they have recruited Overcast drummer Jay Fitzgerald to fill in for Jay Waterman on their tour dates as part of Sworn Enemy's 'As Real As It Gets' 15th Anniversary tour.

Jay Waterman had this to say, "We've known Jay Fitz for a very long time and love him as a person and a player. We knew he could pull it off in such a short amount of time and he did! Sorry that I can't be there but, I can't wait to get out there and ROCK with all of you!"

Fitzgerald added, "It's an honor to be filling in for Jay. Not only have I been a fan of the band for years, but, I'm also lucky enough to call them my good friends. It's been an absolute blast playing with the guys and I can't wait to get out there and play these shows." See the dates here.

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Classic Joni Mitchell Show Coming To Blu-Ray

Eagle Vision have announced that they will be releasing Joni Mitchell Both Sides Now: Live At The Isle of Wight Festival on Blu-ray and Digital Video on September 14th. We were sent the following details:

Joni Mitchell is a unique creative force, a female troubadour who has led the way for countless female artists with an enduring legacy of musical sophistication. She has been named "one of the greatest songwriters everů" by Rolling Stone magazine and is a 9-time Grammy Award winner.

In 1970, the Isle of Wight Festival was one of the largest musical events of its time. Bigger than Woodstock, and controversial from the get-go, hundreds of thousands of people descended on the island. Many of those without tickets set up camp on a hill overlooking the festival site, opposing the consumerism of the event and intent on "taking the music back" by any means necessary. It was a celebration of hippy counter culture gone awry, and in Joni's words "they fed me to the beast." Read more here.

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Lost In Separation Release 'Wasted Youth' Video

Lost In Separation have released a brand new music video for their song "Wasted Youth". The track comes from the reissue of their "Sister Moon" album that features three new tracks.

Frontman Garrett Parsa had the following to say about the album's reelease, "We're super excited to finally be bringing you guys the re-release of Sister Moon!

"We feel that these new tracks really pushed our creativity, and show how we've started to evolve as artists. We hope everyone enjoys Sister Moon as much as we do!" Watch the video here.

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Yoshiki Donates 10 Million To o Rain Disaster Area In Japan

(Prime) After Yoshiki received the report of heavy downpours and flooding in July 2018 which has greatly damaged various places around western Japan, he made a donation of 10 million yen to the Japanese Red Cross Society through his own 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization Yoshiki Foundation America.

The Japanese Red Cross Society also began accepting donations for the "July 2018 Heavy Rain Disaster Relief Fund" on July 10th. Yoshiki sent the following message via social media:

"I just saw the news in the U.S. and I pray for those who passed away. I truly hope the damage caused by heavy rain will not spread any more." Fans can also donate to the Japanese Red Cross Society July 2018 Heavy Rain Disaster Relief here.

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Singled Out: Living Machines' The Valkyrie V2

Living Machines' Quinn McGraw (Drums & Vocals) tells us about the story behind their track The Valkyrie V2. Here is the story:

The Valkyrie V2 is a bonus version of the original song The Valkyrie, from our debut EP I: After Onyx (later released in a bonus "Declassified Booster Pack" with two songs on it.) We had parted ways with our old vocalist shortly before releasing our debut EP. After bringing in our new front man Ryan Card, we figured we'd rock a bit of an unplugged version of a song from the EP to give him a proper introduction.

All of our music is based on a comic book series I'm writing called Gemini: A Tale of Future Earth. That being said, all lyrical themes and content pertain to the story. I try my best to write character moments in the books so that the lyrics can have a relatable element to them - which will be very apparent in the new EP we're presently writing.

This song in particular takes place between two characters in the story, James Gearheart and Luther Vance, as they have an intimate conversation about the fate of the human race. They discuss how to end a war that has spanned almost 5 years, but Luther can't end the war by himself and needs James' help in virtually every way possible.

Lyrically, the themes at hand are about confiding in our closest friends in the darkest of days; trusting those near to us in hopes that by coming together they can alleviate our suffering, personally and in the world. Additionally, it lyrically illustrates perceiving war and wanting it to end.

After recording the song, we brought it to Jordan Chase (Secret & Whisper / Shreddy Kreuger) to produce the single. He helped us build vocal melodies and really bring the production to a new level for us. Our working relationship with him was so smooth that he is taking on doing our new EP as well!

Tons of new things in the works, so thanks for checking out our latest single and be sure to keep an eye out for new content coming your way this fall!

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the album right here!

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