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2017-02-06

Danny Worsnop Shares New Solo Track, "Prozac"

Danny Worsnop has dropped another track from his forthcoming, country-influenced solo album, The Long Road Home. The song is called "Prozac," and you can listen to the Asking Alexandria frontman perform it live it now via YouTube. The Long Road Home is Worsnop's debut solo album. It'll be released February 17. In addition to working on his solo material, Worsnop rejoined Asking Alexandria late last year after leaving the band in 2015. Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

posted 2017/02/06 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

In This Moment to Explore Good and Evil on Spring Headlining Tour

In This Moment has announced a spring North American headlining tour. The trek, dubbed the Half God, Half Devil tour, starts April 7 in Milwaukee and will wrap up May 5 in Nashville. You can find ticket info at InThisMomentOfficial.com. Joining In This Moment on the Half God, Half Devil tour will be Motionless in White, Avatar and Gemini Syndrome. In This Moment is currently working on a new album, their first since 2014's Black Widow. Here are In This Moment's Half God, Half Devil tour dates: 4/7 -- Milwaukee, WI, The Rave / Eagles Club4/8 -- Green Bay, WI,…

posted 2017/02/06 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Bush Announces New Album "Black and White Rainbows"; Listen to Lead Single "Mad Love" Now

You won't have to let too many days go by before Bush's new album arrives. The seventh studio effort from Gavin Rossdale and company, and their first since 2014's Man on the Run, is called Black and White Rainbows, and will be released March 10. Along with the album announcement, Bush has also premiered the lead single from Black and White Rainbows, titled "Mad Love." On the track, Rossdale sings that he's "still got mad love for you, baby" -- an interesting lyric given his recent divorce from No Doubt's Gwen Stefani. You can download "Mad Love" now via iTunes.…

posted 2017/02/06 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Avenged Sevenfold, Korn, Incubus, The Offspring & More Playing Live Nation Ticket to Rock Shows

Concert promoter Live Nation has spilled the beans on a few upcoming summer tours while announcing  its 2017 Ticket to Rock program, which allows you to buy tickets for three shows in one city for $55 or four shows for $65. Among the tours eligible for Ticket to Rock tickets this summer are Avenged Sevenfold, Korn and Stone Sour, Incubus and Jimmy Eat World, Sublime with Rome and The Offspring, and the previously announced Deftones and Rise Against co-headlining trek. Participating cities include Boston, Cincinnati, Detroit, Dallas, Holmdel, New Jersey, Houston, Mountain View, California, Philadelphia, Toronto and Wantagh, New York.…

posted 2017/02/06 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Blink-182 Plots Spring US Tour

Blink-182 will return to the road this spring for a U.S. headlining tour. The trek, which will feature openers The Naked and Famous and Wavves, will begin March 22 in Austin, Texas and will wrap up May 9 in New Orleans. Tickets will go on sale beginning this Friday, February 10 via Blink182.com. The pop-punk trio will be touring in support of their latest album, California, which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. A deluxe version of California is due out this year. Here are Blink-182's spring U.S. tour dates: 3/22 -- Austin, TX, Austin 360 Amphitheater3/23 --…

posted 2017/02/06 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Deftones Schedules Co-Headlining Tour with Rise Against

Deftones and Rise Against will unite for a co-headlining tour this summer. The month-long outing will kick off June 9 in Rise Against's hometown of Chicago, and will conclude July 9 in Phoenix, Arizona. For ticket info, visit Deftones.com. "Every once in awhile you get to share the stage with a band so powerful they make you work harder," says Rise Against in a statement. "After conspiring for years, we're excited to finally share the road with such an epic band. We can't wait to put Deftones and Rise Against fans under the same roof in 2017." Deftones will be…

posted 2017/02/06 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

K.Flay Announces New Album, "Every Where Is Some Where"; Listen to Single "Black Wave" Now

K.Flay has revealed the details of her next album. The second full-length effort from the "Blood in the Cut" singer is called Every Where Is Some Where, and will be released April 7. Along with the album announcement, K.Flay also shared a new single titled "Black Wave," which features its fair share of both hip-hop and Trent Reznor-inspired moments. You can listen to "Black Wave" now via YouTube. In a statement, K.Flay says "Black Wave" is "about facing something immense and menacing and choosing not to cower, but to rise up." K.Flay is currenty on tour in support of her…

posted 2017/02/06 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

James Hetfield Struggling with Throat Issue, Metallica Postpones Copenhagen Date

James Hetfield is ailing from a throat condition, which forced Metallica to postpone last weekend's show in Copenhagen. "We're very disappointed to have to share with you that unfortunately as Saturday has progressed, James' health, and specifically his throat, is not improving and he is under strict doctor's orders to not sing one single note," the band writes in a statement. The concert will now take place on September 2. Metallica is scheduled to play two more shows in the Danish capital this week on February 7 and February 9. Both of those dates are still scheduled to take place,…

posted 2017/02/06 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Muse Announces Summer Tour with Thirty Seconds to Mars

Dramatic rock bands unite! Muse and Thirty Seconds to Mars will hit the road together on a North American tour this summer, starting May 20 in West Palm Beach, Florida. The trek, which also features additional support from PVRIS, will conclude September 20 in Salt Lake City. Visit Muse.mu for ticket info. Muse and Thirty Seconds to Mars will also be making the rounds together on the summer festival circuit: both bands will be playing the Bunbury festival in Cincinnati and Firefly in Dover, Delaware.  Here are Muse's headlining tour dates with Thirty Seconds to Mars: 5/20 -- West Palm…

posted 2017/02/06 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Tim Commerford Reflects on Prophets of Rage Tour: "I Couldn't Have Asked for Anything More"

Since they concluded their first tour last year, Prophets of Rage have returned to the recording studio to work on new material. Reflecting on the trek, which saw three-fourths of Rage Against the Machine team up with rappers Chuck D and B-Real, bassist Tim Commerford says he "couldn't have asked for anything more." "It was a great experience," Commerford tells ABC Radio. "I got to perform for people that were excited, and I saw mosh-pits in a day and age where there are no mosh-pits anymore. We still incite that sort of attitude at our shows, and it was great."…

posted 2017/02/06 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Never Say Die? Black Sabbath Plays Final Show

After five decades, the members of Black Sabbath played their last concert Saturday night in their home city of Birmingham, England. ABC News partner The BBC reports the final show of The End Tour at the NEC Arena lasted two hours, during which the band played 15 songs, concluding with their first hit, “Paranoid.” Ozzy Osbourne, 68, thanked fans for nearly five decades of support as ticker tape and balloons fell as singer.  "Thank you, goodnight, thank you so much," Ozzy said as they left the stage. Guitarist Tony Iommi gave a thumbs-up as he waved goodbye. The final song…

posted 2017/02/06 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

2017-02-03

Tom DeLonge to Direct Sci-Fi Film Based on "Strange Times" Franchise

Tom DeLonge is adding another project to his ever-expanding creative repertoire. The former Blink-182 guitarist will direct a feature film based on his own sci-fi Strange Times franchise, which consists of a graphic novel and a planned young-adult book trilogy. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film, which DeLonge also will co-produce, will follow a "rebellious group of San Diego skateboarders" who discover "extreme paranormal activity around town." "I grew up in Southern California as a disaffected young skateboarder who broke the occasional law or five, and I was always dreaming about the world around me, obsessively looking for the more…

posted 2017/02/03 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock