It has already been over a year and a half since Airbourne released their awesome debut record, Runnin’ Wild. The boys are hard at work in Chicago, Illinois recording disc #2. I would guess with the lack of news that it will be slated for a 2010 release.
The following clips were released in support of Runnin’ Wild. There also a couple of live clips from their show at Wacken Open Air Festival in 2008. If you haven’t purchased this CD, you can grab a copy here! It is worth the money spent!
If you would like to own these videos, you can buy the special edition of Runnin’ Wild from the Hard Rock Hideout Music Store here. The DVD is in PAL format, so you will need a DVD player that can handle this format, but it will work in most computer drives.
Want to know what Airbourne has been up to? Check out the video interview below.
Who needs gold if you have a stack of Airbourne’s “Ready to Rock” EP? Another copy turned up on Ebay last week. This one sold for a crazy $382.00. That is $47.75 per song.
Grab one if you can find it!
The holy grail of music CD’s turned up on Ebay once again. One lucky, or unlucky bidder depending on how you look at it, won a copy of Airbourne’s debut EP for a mere $335.94. That is $41.99 per song!
I love Airbourne, but that price is far too steep for me! Insanity!!
On the new trailer for Madden NFL 10, there is a new Airbourne song, “Heads A Gonna Roll” . Could this be a taste of things to come on the new Airbourne album?
The HRH Bowl is here! Four Bands are going for the best new video of 2008. You decide the winner with your votes!
The results of the HRH Playoffs has been decided!
In the Classic Hard Rock Division, Motley Crue’s Saints of Los Angeles Dominated AC/DC’s Rock in Roll Train 50 – 21.
In the New Rock Division, Airbourne defeated both Hinder and Shinedown 24 – 16.
In the Nineties Division, Disturbed edged Buckcherry 25 – 19.
In the Heavy Metal Division, Slipknot topped Metallica 30 – 24.
The following videos move to the Final Round in the HRH Bowl:
Your votes decide the winner! Vote now!! The Winner will be announced here during the halftime show of the Superbowl on Sunday February 1st, 2009.
This decade has seen a bunch of new great hard rock bands get their start. Airbourne, Shinedown, Black Stone Cherry, Hinder, Voodoo Six and Stone Gods have all released new videos in 2008. Vote for your favorite band and help push them into the HRH Bowl next Saturday.
Airbourne – Runnin’ Wild
Hinder – Use Me
Black Stone Cherry = Blind Man
Shinedown – Devour
Stone Gods – Don’t Drink the Water
Did you miss the Airbourne Interview on The Bruce Dickinson show last Friday? You can listen to it at the following link!
In 2008, I think I attended a record number of live shows. In no order, I saw the following artists: The Bulletboys, Joey Belladonna, Van Halen, AC/DC, The Answer, Bang Tango, L.A. Guns, Faster Pussycat, Hinder, Rev Theory, Trapt, Papa Roach, Buckcherry, Motley Crue, Poison, Sebastian Bach, Dokken, Airbourne, Theory of a Deadman, Disturbed, Slipknot, Endeverafter, Stonerider, RATT, Jackyl, Pop Evil and more.
Hopefully 2009 will be as good as 2008 from a live perspective!
The following are my favorites of 2008!
5. Bang Tango, L.A. Guns and Faster Pussycat
Ok, so none of these bands have their original lineups anymore. Does that mean that they rock less? Absolutely not. Bang Tango kicked ass. Marty Casey proved to be a good front man for the the Tracii Guns version of L.A. Guns, and Faster Pussycat was still sleazy as ever.
4. Stonerider, Endeverafter and Airbourne
This was my first Airbourne experience, and I will never forget it. Stonerider and Endeverafter kicked ass too.
A great show for a mere $10.00.
3. Mayhem Festival
At this show the bands that I caught live were Black Tide, Five Finger Death Punch, Airbourne, Dragonforce, Disturbed and Slipknot.
I got to meet the guys in Dragonforce and Airbourne at this show. This was my first time seeing Slipknot live. A crazy day and some great live shows!
I am biased, but I love seeing Motley Crue live. They may not be the best band in the world, but they do put on one of the best live shows. Buckcherry, Sixx A.M. and Papa Roach were all great too!
1. AC/DC with The Answer
Even though my seats were terrible, this show was excellent, and I enjoyed every minute of it. I loved getting to see The Answer for the first time. AC/DC puts on one the biggest and loudest live shows that I have ever seen. Awesome!
Australian hard rockers AIRBOURNE will be IRON MAIDEN frontman Bruce Dickinson’s guests today during Bruce’s weekly BBC 6 Music radio program, dubbed “The Bruce Dickinson Friday Rock Show”. Listen to the broadcast live via the Internet between 9:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m. (midnight) U.K. time or at 4 p.m. EST in the U.S.
Bruce Dickinson’s show can be found at this link BBC.co.uk
Yep, that is right, Airbourne has three videos in the Top 10. Their final video, “Diamond In the Rough” came from this first time I caught the band at the Club A1A in Lexington, Kentucky. “Diamond in the Rough” has been watched 13,931 times in 2008, and is the third and final Airbourne video in the Top 10 Live Videos this year.
This year has been a great one not only for new hard music releases, but also for live music as well.
Each day I will present to you the 10 ten live videos from HRH in 2008. There are a few you would expect, and quite a few that you wouldn’t.
Coming in at # 10 is Airbourne’s Live Performance of “Stand Up For Rock N’ Roll” at the A1A Club in Lexington, KY. This video clocked in with 7, 050 views in 2008!
See what Ryan and Joel O’Keeffe have to say about the follow up album to Runnin’ Wild in the video interview with Metal Hammer magazine at the link below.
British rockers STONE GODS have just been announced as the main support to BLACK STONE CHERRY on their UK tour next month!!
Currently on the road with Aussie headbangers AIRBOURNE, the guys will only have a weeks rest before hitting the road once more….no rest for the seriously rockin’!
It has been an incredible year of achievements for the Stone Gods – their debut release, the ‘Burn The Witch’ EP, sold out within hours of going on sale and hit the UK Rock Chart at number 2. The band played triumphant sets at this year’s Download and Isle of Wight Festivals and toured with Velvet Revolver. Their debut album was released in July to critical and commercial success. And to top it all, they received TWO nominations for the 2008 Classic Rock Magazine Awards (Best New Band and Album Of The Year)!
Catch them with BLACK STONE CHERRY at:
5 Dec Manchester Academy
6 Dec Newcastle Academy
7 Dec Glasgow Barrowland
9 Dec Sheffield Academy
10 Dec Birmingham Academy
11 Dec Bristol Academy
13 Dec Oxford Academy
14 Dec London, Brixton Academy
….catch them with AIRBOURNE at:
10 Nov Dublin Vicar Street
11 Nov Belfast Limelight
13 Nov Inverness Ironworks
14 Nov Dundee Fat Sams
15 Nov Glasgow Barrowlands
17 Nov Newcastle Academy
18 Nov Leeds Metropolitan University
19 Nov Stoke Victoria Hall
20 Nov Nottingham Rock City
22 Nov Oxford Academy
23 Nov Norwich UEA
24 Nov Cambridge Junction
26 Nov Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
27 Nov London Astoria
28 Nov London Astoria
Courtesy of AltSounds.
AIRBOURNE will release a special tour edition of the current album RUNNIN WILD to coincide with their November UK tour.
The tracklisting of the CD/DVD set will be as follows:
CD 1 Stand Up For Rock ‘N’ Roll 4:01
2 Runnin’ Wild 3:38
3 Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast 3:42
4 Diamond In The Rough 2:53
5 Fat City 3:26
6 Blackjack 2:42
7 What’s Eatin’ You 3:36
8 Girls In Black 3:15
9 Cheap Wine & Cheaper Women 3:10
10 Heartbreaker 3:56
11 Hellfire 2:20
Live Video Tracks From Wacken Festival:
What’s Eatin’ You
Girls In Black
Cheap Wine & Cheaper Women
Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast
Diamond In The Rough
It will hit stores NOVEMBER 3rd. No word if this will be available in the United States. Amazon.com has this listed on their website as an import.
The UK tour will commence on the 1st of NOVEMBER and the dates will be as follows:
Sat 1st Nov – Cardiff University
Sun 2nd Nov – Bristol Academy
Wed 5th Nov – Birmingham Academy
Thu 6th Nov – Sheffield Octagon
Fri 7th Nov – Liverpool Academy
Sat 8th Nov – Manchester Academy
Mon 10th Nov – Dublin Ambassador
Tue 11th Nov – Belfast Mandela Hall
Thu 13th Nov – Inverness Ironworks
Fri 14th Nov – Dundee Fat Sams
Sat 15th Nov – Glasgow Barrowlands
Mon 17th Nov – Newcastle Academy
Tue 18th Nov – Leeds Metropolitan University
Wed 19th Nov – Stoke Victoria Hall
Thu 20th Nov – Nottingham Rock City
Sat 22nd Nov – Oxford Academy
Sun 23rd Nov – Norwich UEA
Mon 24th Nov – Cambridge Junction
Wed 26th Nov – Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
Thu 27th Nov – London Astoria *SOLD OUT*
Fri 28th Nov – London Astoria
Cruefest ’08 is now over and has been deemed a success.
If you could pick your own Cruefest bill for 2009, what 4 bands would you
choose to open for Motley Crue?
My Four choices are:
Also, if they want to turn this into a true festival environment, how about adding a second stage for 3 or 4 bands to play on?
Who would you pick for Cruefest 2009?
Airbourne posted the following bulletin this evening:
After 200+ shows this year, Joel’s suffering from strained vocal chords and is being forced under doctor’s orders to cancel the current USA dates with Motorhead. All that is needed is a couple of weeks rest & then the band will be back on the Road in Japan this Oct and then taking on a UK / Europe tour for the third time in ten months. The band is gutted that they can not play these shows with Motorhead & hope to see you all at a show soon.
Rock on & see you soon….
Sound and Fury are continuing their rock n’ roll freight train of excess with the group’s Fall US tour alongside Boston based ‘80s enthusiasts Bang Camaro.
“Bang Camaro are really great and we’re really excited to be touring with them and its gonna be a kick ass party,” commented Sound and Fury frontman Luke Metcalf.
Toronto’s Sound and Fury are flying high off their self-titled debut full-length album, which was released through Rebel Youth Records/MRI-RED Distribution. The band’s refreshing approach to modern rock combines the thunderous riffing of AC/DC with the raw energy of the Ramones. The band’s explosive live show has been converting loyal fans opening for everyone from pop-punkers Sum 41 to Aussie rockers Airbourne. Sound and Fury’s unbridled power can be witnessed in the group’s brand new video for “Teenage Rampage”, which can be seen online at www.soundandfury.com.
Boston based Bang Camaro are the perfect tour companion to aid Sound and Fury’s whiskey rawk show. The band consists of three guitar players, a bass player, a drummer, and anywhere from ten to twenty singers. The songs remind the listener of arena rock from the mid to late 80s, but with a strange twist. This band has no lead vocals, only guitar solos and choruses sung by the band and the mob of extras. The group is touring in support of their self-titled debut album, which has drawn attention from MTV and Billboard magazine.
Sound And Fury Tour Dates w/ Bang Camaro:
Sep 12 2008 Northampton, MA @ Pearl Street
Sep 13 2008 Portland, ME @ The Asylum
Sep 25 2008 Chicago, IL @ Double Door
Sep 26 2008 Madison, WI @ The High Noon Saloon
Sep 27 2008 Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
Oct 03 2008 Seattle, WA @ King Cobra
Oct 04 2008 Portland, OR @ Dante’s
Oct 05 2008 San Francisco, CA@ Bottom of the Hill
Oct 08 2008 Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy Theatre
Oct 09 2008 Las Vegas, NV @ Beauty Bar
Oct 10 2008 San Diego, CA @ The Casbah
Oct 11 2008 Tucson, AZ @ Plush
Sound And Fury Tour Dates w/ Airbourne:
Nov 01 Cardiff University Cardiff, UK
Nov 02 Bristol Academy Bristol, UK
Nov 05 Birmingham Academy Birmingham, UK
Nov 06 Sheffield Octagon Sheffield, UK
Nov 07 Liverpool Academy Liverpool, UK
Nov 08 Manchester Academy Manchester, UK
Nov 10 Dublin Ambassador Dublin, IRE
Nov 11 Belfast Mandela Hall Belfast, IRE
Nov 13 Inverness Ironworks
Nov 14 Dundee Fat Sams
Nov 15 Glasgow Barrowlands Glasgow
Nov 17 Newcastle Academy Newcastle, UK
Nov 18 Leeds Met University Leeds, UK
Nov 19 Stoke Victoria Hall UK
Nov 20 Nottingham Rock City Nottingham, UK
Nov 22 Oxford Academy Oxford, UK
Nov 23 Norwich UEA
Nov 24 Cambridge Junction Cambridge, UK
Nov 26 Folkestone Lees Cliff Hall UK
Nov 27 Astoria London, UK
Dec 1 Laiterie Strasbourg, France
Dec 2 Trabendo Paris, France
Dec 4 Apolo 2 Barcelona, Spain
Dec 5 Theatre Barbey Bordeaux, France
Dec 6 Rolling Stone Milan, Italy
Dec 7 Rohstofflager Zurich, Switzerland
Dec 8 Flex Vienna, Austria
Dec 15 Small Vega Copenhagen, Denmark
Dec 18 Grunspan Hamburg, Germany
Dec 21 Backstage/Werk Munich, Germany
Dec 28 Colas-Saal Ascahffenburg, Germany
There were a few different bands that I wanted to see during the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival in Indianapolis, but there were none that I wanted to see more than one of my new favorites, Airbourne.
I have seen Airbourne play twice already in 2008, once in Lexington, KY, and again in Cincinnati, Ohio. When it was time for Airbourne’s set, I made my way as close as I could get to the front of the stage. They didn’t draw the larger crowds that some of the cookie monster sounding bands had, but once Airbourne started playing, the crowd came in a hurry.
One of the bad things about the Mayhem festival is that each band on the side stages only got 30 – 40 minutes to play. For Airbourne it seemed closer to 30, but they made the best of it. Their short set included the tunes, “Stand Up For Rock ‘N’ Roll“, “Fat City“, “Girls in Black“, and “Running Wild“. During the middle of the song, “Girls in Black”, lead singer, and guitar player Joel O’Keefe jumped down into the crowd and continued to play while being surrounded in a pit of people. Not only was the cool, but it really got the crowd going. Their set may have been short, but it was certainly electric. Airbourne may be a newer band, but they know how to rock a crowd!
After the show, I was able to meet the members of Airbourne, and talk to Joel O’Keefe. Finally getting to meet Airbourne, was the highlight of the day so far at the Mayhem festival, but I still had a few more bands to watch before the day was out. I will post more on the other acts soon at the Mayhem festival soon. Until then, enjoy the live videos from Airbourne below.
Airbourne will perform live on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show tonight. Jimmy Kimmel Live starts at 12:05 EST on ABC. Don’t miss them!
Did you miss Rev Theory or Airbourne on Jimmy Kimmel Live? You can watch them here!
Airbourne – Running Wild
Rev Theory – Hell Yeah
Sound And Fury Assaults Great White North On Canadian Tour With Airbourne
REJECT ALL THINGS POP FOR REAL, RAMPAGING, ROCK ON DEBUT ALBUM, “SOUND AND FURY” IN STORES NOW!
Toronto’s high powered rock n’ roll powerhouse Sound & Fury have announced their Canadian tour supporting Australian rockers Airbourne. The announcement comes on the heels of the release of the band’s self-titled debut, which hit stores via Rebel Youth Records/MRI-RED Distribution.
Sound and Fury recently shot a video for “Teenage Rampage” at Toronto’s Bovine Sex Club with director Britt Wilen. The video can be seen online at the following location http://new.soundandfury.com/ajax.asp?video=rampage
Sound and Fury frontman Luke Metcalf commented, “The song is about a pretty wild girl I dated in high school and I wanted a video about her that was NOT politically correct. I wanted a video that showed what we were doing; drinking, getting stoned, listening to Rock and Roll and having sex, without some bullshit negative message. Good times!!!”
Sound and Fury, which also includes guitarists Daz and Griffin, bassist John Kerns, and drummer Chris Avalos, is all about power chords, no-BS rock ‘n roll, and total sonic assault, as evidenced by the lead-off turbo-charged single and video from ‘Sound and Fury,’ “18.” The group’s stripped down straight up rock n’ roll and was praised by PunkTV.ca for “combining iconoclastic AC/DC thunder, Misfits brooding, the raw impetuousness of the Pistols and the charismatic anthemic song styling’s of the Ramones. In addition to perfectly capturing their raw power on album, Sound & Fury has been gaining fans by the truckload by also opening up for Canada’s leading pop-punk band, Sum 41, throughout the great white north (as well as the U.K.).
The band has also announced they will be giving away five pairs of tickets to each show for fans who join the Sound & Fury street-team at www.rebelyouth.com. Fans are encouraged to join the street-team to qualify to tickets, Sound & Fury merchandise and a customized Guitar Hero game.
SOUND & FURY & AIRBOURNE CANADIAN TOUR DATES:
August 20 Imperial Quebec City w/ Airbourne
August 21 Le National Montreal w/ Airbourne
August 22 Elements Kitchener w/ Airbourne
August 24 Cowboys London w/ Airbourne
August 27 Garrick Centre Winnipeg w/ Airbourne
August 28 Odeon Saskatoon w/ Airbourne
August 29 Event Centre Edmonton w/ Airbourne
August 31 Commodore Vancouver w/ Airbourne
Sept 01 Sugar Victoria w/ Airbourne
Yesterday, I spent the afternoon at the Rockstar Energy drink Mayhem festival in Indianapolis, IN. I caught several bands live, and hope to have the photos and video up on the site soon. I have close to 4 GB of photo and video to go through, so I will put stuff up as time allows.
Some of the bands that I saw yesterday were Black Tide, Five Finger Death Punch, Airbourne, Dragonforce, Disturbed and Slipknot.
More on the way soon!
Let me start off by saying that I am not a fan of the WWE. A couple of decades ago, I used to watch the WWF, when some of the classic wrestlers like Andre the Giant, The Junkyard Dog, Rowdy Piper, and Hulk Hogan were still wrestling.
I haven’t followed the WWE, and I know very few of today’s wrestlers. I typically wouldn’t give a disc like this a second look.
Whoever produced this CD, forgot to give credit to the bands performing the songs. You wont find the band names on this disc. You wil only find the name of the wrestler for who the theme was recorded for.
So why pick up the CD? Three reasons, Endeverafter, Theory of A Deadman, and Airbourne. If you are a completist, and you like to own every song, but a certain band, there may be a couple of songs on here that will interest you.
Endeverafter’s tune, No More Words was recorded for Jeff Hardy. No Chance in Hell by Theory of A Deadman was recorded as a them song for Vince McMahon, and Airbourne’s tune, Turn Up The Trouble was recorded for Mr. Kennedy.
There is also a song, Don’t Question My Heart that was performed by Saliva, with Shinedown’s Brent Smith).
The rest of the disc is mostly pop and rap music (shudder). I don’t care for either of those styles of music, so the other songs had no appeal to me. As a diehard Airbourne fan, I had to have the song, Turn Up The Trouble, and this is the only place you are going to find it.
You can find cheap copies of this disc at Amazon.com.
Rating: Out of 10
- “No More Words” (performed by Endeverafter) Jeff Hardy
- “S.O.S.” (performed by Collie Buddz) Kofi Kingston
- “Glamazon” Beth Phoenix
- “The Wall” (performed by Heet Mob) Mark Henry
- “In the Middle of It Now” (performed by Disciple) Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder
- “Sliced Bread” (performed by Jillian Hall) Jillian Hall
- “No Chance In Hell” (performed by Theory Of A Deadman) Vince McMahon
- “Don’t Question My Heart” (performed by Saliva, featuring Brent Smith of Shinedown) ECW
- “Biscuits & Gravy” Jesse and Festus
- “What Love Is” Candice Michelle
- “Ain’t No Make Believe” (performed by Stonefree Experience) John Morriso
- “Ain’t No Stoppin’ Me” (performed by Axel) Shelton Benjamin
- “Turn Up the Trouble” (performed by Airbourne) Mr. Kennedy
- “Break Down The Walls” (performed by James Grundler) Chris Jericho
Sound And Fury Announce Live Dates With Less Than Jake and Airbourne
REJECT ALL THINGS POP FOR REAL, RAMPAGING, ROCK ON
DEBUT ALBUM, “SOUND AND FURY” OUT NOW!
Toronto’s high powered rock n’ roll powerhouse Sound & Fury have announced more dates with Australian rockers Airbourne, including a full European tour that will make stops in the UK, France Germany and Sweden. The announcement comes on the heels of the release of the band’s self-titled debut, which hit stores via Rebel Youth Records/MRI-RED Distribution and just prior to the band taking their in-your-face live show on a US tour with Goldfinger and Less Than Jake.
Sound and Fury, which also includes guitarists Daz and Griffin, bassist John Kerns, and drummer Chris Avalos, is all about power chords, no-bullshit rock ‘n roll, and total sonic assault, as evidenced by the lead-off turbo-charged single and video from ‘Sound and Fury,’ “18.” To view the video for “18″ online, go to http://www.soundandfury.com/rebelyouth/videos.htm. The Sammy Ray Welch-directed video shoot for “18″ recently took place in an abandoned police station in Toronto, and featured lighting design input from A.J. Pen, who is known for his work with Linkin Park.
The band has also announced they will be giving away five pairs of tickets to each show for fans who join the Sound & Fury street-team at www.rebelyouth.com. Fans are encouraged to join the street-team to qualify for tickets, merchandise and a customized Guitar Hero game.
In addition to perfectly capturing their raw power on album, Sound and Fury has been gaining fans by the truckload by also opening up for Canada’s leading pop-punk band, Sum 41, throughout the great white north (as well as the U.K.). The group plays stripped down straight up rock n’ roll and was praised by PunkTV.ca for “combining iconoclastic AC/DC thunder, Misfits brooding, the raw impetuousness of the Pistols and the charismatic anthemic song styling’s of the Ramones.”
That said, the forthcoming Sound and Fury-Airbourne pairing is bound to be one wicked rock n’ roll party!
SOUND AND FURY TOUR DATES:
Jul 16 House of Blues New Orleans, LA w/ Less Than Jake & Goldfinger
Jul 17 Meridian Houston, TX w/ Less Than Jake & Goldfinger
Jul 18 House of Blues Dallas, TX w/ Less Than Jake & Goldfinger
Jul 20 Gothic Theatre Englewood, CO w/ Less Than Jake & Goldfinger
Aug 20 Imperial Quebec City w/ Airbourne
Aug 21 Le National Montreal w/ Airbourne
Aug 22 Elements Kitchener w/ Airbourne
Aug 24 Cowboys London w/ Airbourne
Aug 27 Garrick Centre Winnipeg w/ Airbourne
Aug 28 Odeon Saskatoon w/ Airbourne
Aug 29 Event Centre Edmonton w/ Airbourne
Aug 31 Commodore Vancouver w/ Airbourne
Sep 01 Sugar Victoria w/ Airbourne
Nov 01 Cardiff University Cardiff, UK w/ Airbourne
Nov 02 Bristol Academy Bristol, UK w/ Airbourne
Nov 05 Birmingham Academy Birmingham, UK w/ Airbourne
Nov 06 Sheffield Octagon Sheffield, UK w/ Airbourne
Nov 07 Liverpool Academy Liverpool, UK w/ Airbourne
Nov 08 Manchester Academy Manchester, UK w/ Airbourne
Nov 10 Dublin Ambassador Dublin, IRE w/ Airbourne
Nov 11 Belfast Mandela Hall Belfast, IRE w/ Airbourne
Nov 13 Inverness Ironworks w/ Airbourne
Nov 14 Dundee Fat Sams w/ Airbourne
Nov 15 Glasgow Barrowlands Glasgow w/ Airbourne
Nov 17 Newcastle Academy Newcastle, UK w/ Airbourne
Nov 18 Leeds Met University Leeds, UK w/ Airbourne
Nov 19 Stoke Victoria Hall UK w/ Airbourne
Nov 20 Nottingham Rock City Nottingham, UK w/ Airbourne
Nov 22 Oxford Academy Oxford, UK w/ Airbourne
Nov 23 Norwich UEA w/ Airbourne
Nov 24 Cambridge Junction Cambridge, UK w/ Airbourne
Nov 26 Folkestone Lees Cliff Hall UK w/ Airbourne
Nov 27 Astoria London, UK w/ Airbourne
Nov 28 Astoria (TBA) London, UK w/ Airbourne
Dec 1 Laiterie Strasbourg, France w/ Airbourne
Dec 2 Trabendo Paris, France w/ Airbourne
Dec 4 Apolo 2 Barcelona, Spain w/ Airbourne
Dec 5 Theatre Barbey Bordeaux, France w/ Airbourne
Dec 6 Rolling Stone Milan, Italy w/ Airbourne
Dec 7 Rohstofflager Zurich, Switzerland w/ Airbourne
Dec 8 Flex Vienna, Austria w/ Airbourne
Dec 15 Small Vega Copenhagen, Denmark w/ Airbourne
Dec 18 Grunspan Hamburg, Germany w/ Airbourne
Dec 21 Backstage/Werk Munich, Germany w/ Airbourne
Dec 28 Colas-Saal Ascahffenburg, Germany w/ Airbourne
I started compiling the following list of New releases for 2008. This may not be a complete list, but so much great new music has arrived in 2008, so far, I though it would be a good idea to keep a running tab of what has come out, and what is on the way. The releases through August have been confirmed. Releases with a question mark have not been confirmed yet. This list will be updated as more news arrives.
Updated July 9, 2008
Drive By Truckers – Brigher Than Creation’s Dark
Airbourne – Running Wild (U.S. Release)
Bullet For My Valentine – Scream Aim Fire
Gamma Ray – Land of the Free, Part 2
Ayreon – 01011001
American Speedway – Ship of Fools
Lillian Axe – Love and War (Reissue)
Lillian Axe – S/T (Reissue)
Sleeze Beez – Screwed Blued & Tattooed (Reissue)
Sleeze Beez – Powertool (Reissue)
Stonerider – Three Legs of Trouble
Thieves & Liars – When Dreams Become Reality
Tiles – Fly Paper
Saint Daemon – In Shadows Lost From the Brave
Pagan’s Mind – God’s Equation
DVD – Iron Maiden – Live After Death
DVD – Scorpions – Live at Wacken Open Air 2006
DVD – Overkill – Live at Wacken Open Air 2007
DVD – Thin Lizzy – Live and Dangerous
Three – End is Begun
Pillar – For the Love of the Game
Avantasia – The Scarecrow
UFO – Phenomenon (Reissue)
UFO – No Heavy Pettin (Reissue)
UFO – Force It (Reissue)
Type O Negative – Dead Again (Red Version)
Hurricane – Over the Edge (Reissue)
Hurricane – Take What You Want (Reissue)
Hurricane – Slave To the Thrill (Reissue)
Hericane Alice – Tear the House Down (Reissue)
Baton Rouge – Shake Your Soul (Reissue)
Baton Rouge – Lights Out on The Playground (Reissue)
Wrathchild America – Climbing the Walls (Reissue)
Tangier – Four Winds (Reissue)
Tangier – Stranded (Reissue)
Danko Jones – Never Too Loud
King’s Call – No Alibi
Benedictum – Seasons of Tragedy
Inflikted – Cavalera Conspiracy
Saving Abel – S/T
Steve Stevens – Memory Crash
Firewind – The Premonition
DVD – Zebra
King Kobra – Ready to Strike (Reissue)
King Kobra – Thrill of a Lifetime (Reissue)
Icon – Right Between the Eyes (Reissue)
Black Tide – Light From Above
House of Lords – Come To My Kingdom
Warrior – Fighting For The Earth (Reissue)
Shannon – Angel in Disguise
Whitecross – 1987
Black Crowes – Warpaint
Diamond Head – Borrowed Time (Reissue)
Diamond Head – Canterbury (Reissue)
Fatal Smile – World Domination
Saints of the Underground – Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner
Theory of a Deadman – Scars & Souvenirs
Whitesnake – Good To Be Bad
Dominici – 03 A Trilogy Part 3
Asia – Phoenix
Testament – The Formation of Damnation
The Sword – Gods of The Earth
Dream Theater – Greatest Hit (And 21 other pretty cool songs)
P.O.D. – When Angels and Serpents Dance
Sevendust – Chapter VII: Hope and Sorrow
In Flames – Sense of Purpose
Kamelot – Ghost Opera: The Second Coming
Ministry – Cover Up
DVD – Axel Rudi Pell – Live Over Europe
Keel – Lay Down the Law (Reissue)
White Lion – Return of the Pride
Circle II Circle – Delusions of Grandeur
Crimson Glory – S/T (Reissue)
Crimson Glory – Transcendence (Reissue)
Tantric – The End Begins
Nine Inch Nails – Ghosts I – IV
Iron Maiden – Somewhere Back In Time: The Best Of 1980-1989
MSG – In the Midst of Beauty
3 Doors Down – S/T
Bombay Black – Psycho Magnet
Def Leppard – Songs From The Sparkle Lounge
Kip Winger – From the Moon To the Sun
Eden – Oblivion
King’s X – XV
M.ILL.ION – Thrill Of The Chase
Dokken – Lightning Strikes Again
10 Years – Division
Jon Oliva’s Pain – Global Warning
Flotsam and Jetsam – Cuatro (Reissue)
Gun Barrel – Outlaw invasion
Brother Firetribe – Heart Full of Fire
Circle II Circle – Delusions of Grandeur
Southern Gentleman – Valley of Fire
10 Years – Division
Glenn Hughes – First Underground Nuclear Kitchen
Souls of We – Let The Truth Be Known (Featuring George Lynch and London LeGrand)
Disturbed – Indestructible
Bret Michaels – Rock My World
Man Raze – Surreal
Motley Crue – Saints of Los Angeles
Judas Priest – Nostradamus (2 CD Set)
JORN – Lonely Are the Brave
Flotsam & Jetsam – When The Storm Comes Down (Reissue)
Clusterhead – Times of No Trust
Shinedown – The Sound of Madness
Harem Scarem – Hope
Valient Thorr – Immortalizer
The Dogs Divine – Way of Life
Stephen Pearcy – Under My Skin
Tesla – Comin Atcha Live – DVD
Hydrogyn – Deadly Passions
Gypsy Rose – S/T (Featuring David Reece)
Harem Scarem – Hope
Ritchie Kotzen – Live in San Paolo
Silent Rage – Four Letter World
Night Ranger – Hole in the Sun
Jet Black Stare - In This Life
Jesse James Dupree and Dixie Inc – Rev It Up and Go Go
Alice Cooper – Along Came a Spider
Black Sabbath – The Rules of Hell CD Boxset
Black Stone Cherry – Folklore & Superstition
Slipknot – All Hope is Gone
Trapt – Only Through The Pain (Aug 5th)
The Showdown – Back Breaker
Dragonforce – Ultra Beatdown
Extreme – Saudades De Rock (Aug 15th)
Papa Roach – Metamorphisis
Evergrey – Torn
Bullet – Bite the Bullet
Buckcherry – Black Butterfly
Metallica – Death Magnetic
Iced Earth – The Crucible Of Man (Something Wicked Part II)
Starbreaker – Love’s Dying Wish
Hard-rocking Aussie band Airbourne has been blistering the eardrums of fans
around the world, especially with their new release Runnin’ Wild, including the
hit songs “Too Much Too Young Too Fast” and “Stand Up for Rock N Roll.”
Airbourne is currently on tour throughout Europe, but after the Gods of Metal
Festival in Bologna, Italy, drummer Ryan O’Keeffe will take a break to play Xbox
LIVE® members in Call of Duty® 4: Modern Warfare™ on Tuesday, July 1, 2008.
Xbox LIVE Gold members can get chance to play with Ryan O’Keeffe by sending a
friend request to the following Gamertag (* AIRBOURNE Ryan) and be online half
an hour before (5:00 P.M. ET) the Game with Fame session starts on Tuesday, July
1, 5:30 P.M. ET.
Xbox Live Game With Fame with Ryan O’Keefe from Airbourne
Date: July 1st, 2008
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM (Eastern)
Game: Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Gamertag: AIRBOURNE Ryan
Linking URL: http://www.xbox.com/en-US/community/calendar/gamewithfame/2008/0623-airbourne.htm
And be sure to check out the Xbox Emerging Artist page, where Airbourne is
If you get a chance to play with Ryan O’Keeffe, send Xbox an e-mail with the
subject: “GWF – Ryan O’Keeffe.” Be sure to include your Gamertag and home town.
Join Black Tide as they hit the road with Slipknot, Disturbed, Dragonforce, Airbourne, Mastodon and more this summer on Rockstar Energy Drink’s Mayhem Festival.
To celebrate the festival, Black Tide and Hard Rock Hideout are giving away a pair of tickets to every date of the tour.
Enter now to rock out! Click the image above to enter the drawing!