Following the Australian and UK release of his new album,JUDGEMENT DAY, Dave Evans – former singer with Australian Rock Legends AC/DC & RABBIT – has signed with USA label MoonDancer Records for the album’s release in the USA & Canada. He has also signed with German label, STF Records, for release in Europe. Both labels to release JUDGEMENT DAY at the end of the year. Dave is currently based in the USA and performs with his backing band – The Badasses.
He will return to Australia in early December to perform with Australia’s Party Boys at the closing ceremony of theAdelaide International Guitar Festival.
BestBuy.com has revealed the track listing for Guns N’ Roses’ long awaited new studio album, “Chinese Democracy.”
The track listing is as follows:
1. Chinese Democracy
3. Shackler’s Revenge
4. Street Of Dreams
5. If The World
7. This I Love
8. There Was A Time
9. Riad N’ The Bedovins
Some fans believe the song, “Street Of Dreams” is the song formerly known as “The Blues.” The new album will be released exclusively through Best Buy stores in the United States on November 23rd.
W.E.B. is a Greek metal band. Their new album “Jesus Heist” is on Sleaszy Rider Records. Check out the video below, “Blossoms Cry” and let us know what you think, SINK or SWIM.
Buckcherry Announces New Tour Dates with Avenged Sevenfold, Saving Abel and Shinedown.
Nov 4 2008 8:00P Casper Event Center Arena Casper, Wyoming
Nov 5 2008 8:00P MetraPark Arena Billings, Montana
Nov 6 2008 8:00P Rushmore Plaza Civic Ctr. Arena Rapid City, South Dakota
Nov 8 2008 8:00P Roy Wilkins Auditorium St Paul, Minnesota
Nov 9 2008 8:00P Fargodome Fargo, North Dakota
Nov 11 2008 8:00P US Cellular Coliseum Bloomington, Illinois
Nov 14 2008 8:00P Alliant Energy Center Madison, Wisconsin
Nov 15 2008 8:00P McElroy Auditorium Waterloo, Iowa
Nov 16 2008 8:00P LaCrosse Center LaCrosse, Wisconsin
Nov 18 2008 8:00P Deltaplex Arena Grand Rapids, Michigan
Nov 19 2008 8:00P Roberts Stadium Evansville, Indiana
Nov 21 2008 8:00P Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti, Michigan
Nov 22 2008 8:00P Chevrolet Centre Youngstown, Ohio
Nov 23 2008 8:00P Schottenstein Center Columbus, Ohio
Nov 23 2008 8:00P James Brown Arena Augusta, Georgia
Nov 25 2008 8:00P BancorpSouth Center Tupelo, Mississippi
Nov 26 2008 8:00P Mississippi Coast Coliseum Biloxi, Mississippi
Nov 29 2008 8:00P Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, North Carolina
Dec 2 2008 8:00P Tallahassee-Leon Co. Civic Ctr. Tallahassee, Florida
Dec 3 2008 8:00P UCF Arena Orlando, Florida
The collapse of his former band, the Darkness, and an unsuccessful attempt to represent the United Kingdom in 2007’s Eurovision Song Contest have hardly dampened Justin Hawkins’ drive.
But the frontman of new rock quartet Hot Leg has quite an act to follow. The Darkness’ huge U.K. success saw the band’s 2003 U.K. chart-topping debut album, “Permission to Land” (Atlantic), sell 1.4 million copies domestically, according to the Official Charts Co.; Nielsen SoundScan puts U.S. sales at 710,000.
The band also collected five top 10 U.K. singles, three BRIT Awards and an Ivor Novello songwriting award. However, after second album “One Way Ticket to Hell … and Back” (2005) failed to scale the same heights, the Darkness imploded in 2006.
“We overachieved, really,” Hawkins said. “But I didn’t love it anymore.” After an extended sabbatical that included a stint in rehab, Hawkins returns with Hot Leg’s debut single, “Trojan Guitar,” an October 20 U.K. release through his own Universal-distributed label, Barbeque Rock Records. A January album follows.
“Some people are going to dismiss it because of the Darkness thing, but that’s just the way it is,” Hawkins said.