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Imagine Dragons have announced that they will be releasing their new studio album, "LOOM", which features their recently released single "Eyes Closed", on June 28th and will be hitting the road to support the record.

The upcoming tour is billed as their biggest North American headline tour to date and is set to kick off on July 30th in Camden, NJ at the Freedom Mortgage Pavilion. It will run until October 22nd where it will wrap up at the famed Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. (continue)

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Metal legend Ozzy Osbourne has shared his reaction to the big news that he will inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame later this year as a solo artist, following his induction as a member of Black Sabbath.

Ozzy took to social media and shared, "Thank You Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Voters & Fans for the induction. My solo career, has been a much larger part of my overall music career as a whole, so this feels more special. Not bad for a guy who was fired from his last band." (continue)

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Foreigner cofounder Mick Jones has shared his reaction to the news that after 22 years of eligibility, the legendary band will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame at the 39th Annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on October 19, 2024 in Cleveland, OH.

Mick Jones said, "I was thrilled to learn of Foreigner's nomination, and this confirmation of our coming membership in the home of my peers is a priceless highlight of my career. October 19th will be an emotional day for me, Lou, Al, Dennis, and Rick, and a very special moment for the families of Ian and Ed. The leadership of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Chairman, John Sykes, and Nominating Committee Chairman, Rick Krim, has brought a new era of inclusivity and relevance that reflects all that the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame should be, and we are proud to become a part of it. Long may it continue." (continue)

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Rock legend Peter Frampton took to social media to react to the news that he will finally be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame later this year as part of the class of 2024.

Frampton will be inducted along with fellow rock artist Foreigner and Ozzy Osbourne (as a solo artist) at the 39th Annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on October 19, 2024 in Cleveland, OH. (continue)

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Canada's biggest alt-rock export, Mother Mother, announced their fall headline tour across the U.S. in support of their latest album, Grief Chapter. Produced by Live Nation, the 16-date fall run kicks off on Thursday, September 12 in Spokane, WA at the Knitting Factory, with stops in Omaha, Madison, Cleveland, Nashville and more, before the band heads to Latin America, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand to wrap up a massive year of touring. Winnetka Bowling League will join as support on the fall US dates.

TICKETS: Tickets will be available starting with an artist presale beginning Tuesday, April 23 at 10 AM local time. Additional presales will run throughout the week ahead of the general onsale beginning Friday, April 26 at 10 AM local time (continue)

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Baroness continue to add new tour dates in support of their latest album, STONE, with the U.S. getting a new round of Summer outings in support of the critically-acclaimed collection.

"We are gearing up for our first big summer tour in the U.S. in five years, and we're incredibly exciting to be playing so many cities that we have never played before, and returning to so many that we haven't spent nearly enough time visiting. Come out and join us! Till the wheels fall off..." - Baroness (continue)

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KK's Priest - featuring Judas Priest alumni K.K. Downing (guitar) and Tim "Ripper" Owens (vocals) - are set to launch their very first European headline tour. Joining them will be special guests including Burning Witches, Xandria, DIETH and Tailgunner. Additionally, the band will perform live at major European festivals, including the legendary Wacken Open Air, for the first time!

This tour follows their highly praised studio album, The Sinner Rides Again, promising to bring that same energy to the stage, offering fans an unforgettable experience of heavy metal at its finest. (continue)

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Alternative rock duo Loveless have premiered a music video for their brand new single, "I Love It When It Rains", and have announced that they will be hitting the road for a North American headline tour this fall that will feature support from Beauty School Dropout and Julia Wolf.

Julian Comeau said of the new song, "I'm so thrilled to finally unveil our new single, 'I Love It When It Rains'. When we first got together with Andrew Goldstein, I knew immediately we were onto something magical. That iconic riff, the huge melodies, everything came together so quickly and effortlessly. The words came out of me easier than breathing, telling a story about wanting to be there for someone through every hurdle, even if it might break you, and that sometimes to get through, we have to go together. (continue)

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(hennemusic) Ozzy Osbourne, Foreigner and Peter Frampton are among the artists that will be inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame later this year. The rockers will be honored alongside Dave Matthews Band, Cher, Mary J. Blige, Kool & The Gang, and A Tribe Called Quest at the 2024 Induction event on Saturday, October 19 at the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland, OH.

The honorees were announced live Sunday evening on American Idol by Ryan Seacrest and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Lionel Richie. To be eligible for nomination, an individual artist or band must have released its first single or album at least 25 years prior to the year of nomination; five of the eight inductees in the Performer category were on the ballot for the first time, including Ozzy, Foreigner, Frampton, Cher, and Kool & the Gang. (continue)

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The 55th anniversary of Chicago Transit Authority (later just Chicago)'s self-titled debut album is being celebrated by the syndicated radio show In The Studio With Redbeard: The Stories Behind History's Greatest Rock Bands.

Redbeard shared the following synopsis for the episode: Chicago Transit Authority was both the name of the band as well as the 1969 eponymous first album title. The original band Chicago Transit Authority was so good, in so very many ways, that it blew away all of the conventional wisdom about what a rock band could be. These seven musicians were so uncommonly talented that their debut in 1969 required it to be a double album! Chicago's line-up then was led by under-recognized triple threat singer/songwriter/guitarist Terry Kath, bass guitar/vocalist Peter Cetera, drummer Danny Seraphine, trombonist Jim Pankow, trumpet player Lee Loughnane, sax and woodwinds by Walter Parazaider, and keyboardist/vocalist/songwriter Robert Lamm. (read more)

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Seattle-based musical duo, Society of the Silver Cross have just released a new track called "By The Million". The song comes from their forthcoming album "Festival of Invocations," which will be coming out June 14th.

Songwriters Joe Reineke (The Meices, Alien Crime Syndicate) and Karyn Gold-Reineke lead listeners through otherworldly realms, delving into themes of life and death, beauty and darkness and transcending the veil between worlds. Their music draws listeners into a trance-like state of introspection and exploration, as embodied in this powerful new release. (continue)

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Sohodolls continue their comeback with the brand new single "Mother Wouldn't Like It", which is a light-hearted punk pop atomic bomb about teenage rebellion and getting up to no good on a Friday night with your mates, with thick, driving riffs that stab and bounce with mischievous glory. Sohodolls really know how to write catchy riffs, hooks and lyrics and all are abundantly on display.

"I wrote this song with another band that I was friends with back in the noughties" says Sohodolls' Maya Von Doll. "When their band disbanded, I asked if I could have this song and tweak it to make it Sohodolls. I've had it on hold for years and years but feel that now the time is right to unleash it. I wonder if the menacing guitar riff will captivate listeners the way it used to captivate me when I'd watch my friends' band play in dodgy London venues where you'd have beer crates form the stage", she adds. (continue)

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Working class rockers Freedom are excited to share "Tonight," the second single off of their upcoming new studio album 'Stay Free!' due out May 17th via Sound Pollution, along with a music video for the track.

Singer Mange comments: "Our second single 'Tonight' is about sleepless nights with endless existential anxiety. The feeling of being out of gas on the super highway of life while your peers are passing you in every lane. Long nights of heavy thoughts, but hey they make a good tune!" (continue)

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downcast are back! Bristol's finest emo/alt-rock quartet have been hard at work in the studio crafting the follow up to their critically acclaimed debut album "i saw hell when i was with you", and after months of hard work honing their craft, Liam, Ben, Jeff and Sam can reveal details of their first new music since their debut release.

downcast's new single is called "bittersweet", and it's out now for your listening pleasure. Simultaneously a tribute to an old friend, themed around their hometown of Bristol mixed around a theme of nostalgia, "bittersweet" has the hooks, the melodies and the story to make it one of the hits of the Spring. (continue)

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JP Cooper announces his 2024 World Tour kicking off in Dallas, Texas, performing music from his acclaimed albums "Raised Under Grey Skies" and "She," alongside a preview of new music taken from his forthcoming third album released later this year. Dates will include stops across America, Europe, Australia, and Asia, including headline shows in New Zealand, Australia, and Japan.

Speaking about the tour, JP says, "I'm so so happy to announce that I'll be embarking on a bit of a world tour later this year. It will be in support of my new album and I'm getting to visit a few places that I've never been to before. New Zealand I can't wait to be in your beautiful country, Australia, Japan and South Africa it'll be great to be back there doing my own headline shows. (continue)

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East Nashville rock duo Her Leather Jacket just released their new song "Cloud 9", which was produced by Underoath/The Almost's Aaron Gillespie, and to celebrate we asked them to tell us about the track. Here is the story:

"Cloud 9" is a song I loved as soon as Aaron Gillespie (of Underoath and The Almost) showed it to me, I absolutely loved it and I was excited at what I knew we could make it. It originally was brought in for a different project, and from that batch of songs, "Cloud 9" was one I wanted to keep. The song is co-written by Aaron along with Ned Houston and Dan Swank. "Cloud 9" was produced by Aaron Gillespie, mixed by Matt Huber (Smallpools, Boys Like Girls), and mastered by Grammy-nominated engineer, Adam Grover (Green Day, Zach Bryan). From the version it started as, to the finished project, we couldn't be more stoked to release it. (continue)

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