The Aussies Airbourne are back with a new record after 2013's Black Dog Barking. Hear the new Airbourne single "Breakin' Outta Hell" now! It's the title track of their upcoming album which will be released on September 16 through Spinefarm Records. Their fourth studio album also sees the band team up with Bob Marlette, who produced their 2007 debut Runnin' Wild.
Spinefarm Records is proud to welcome Airbourne to their roster. Airbourne, the champions of the hard rock cause, have signed a worldwide deal with the label. Now, with album number 4 likely to be released later this year, Airbourne have joined forces with Spinefarm Records in a new global deal that sees Spinefarm partnering with Universal Germany's Vertigo imprint for the German-speaking markets. The group is working on new material at the moment.
Hard rockers Airbourne have recently unleashed a new video for "Back In The Game" from their third album Black Dog Barking available now on Roadrunner Records. The video features footage from the band's shows and you can see their energy through the YouTube clip below.
Aussie hard rockers Airbourne have released a brand new lyric video today for their new single "No One Fits Me (Better Than You)". You can check it out below. Is it one of your favourite songs off the new album? If you still haven't check it out, Black Dog Barking was already released in May via Roadrunner Records.
The official video for "Live It Up", a brand new song from Australian hard rockers Airbourne, is available for your viewing pleasure below. The track comes off the band's third album Black Dog Barking which will be released on May 21st via Roadrunner Records. The follow-up to No Guts. No Glory. was produced by Brian Howes.
Australia's hard rock outfit Airbourne has a new album coming up, titled Black Dog Barking, which shall be released via Roadrunner Records on May 21st. Produced by award winning producer Brian Howes, this is Airbourne's third album and the follow up to No Guts. No Glory., which was released back in 2010.
Australian hard rockers Airbourne have reportedly cancelled their shows in Bilbao, Spain on Friday (February 26) and Barcelona, Spain on Sunday (February 27). Frontman Joel O'Keefe suffered from fever pharyngitis (an inflammation of the throat or pharynx). The concerts have been rescheduled for April 17 and April 18, respectively.
"No Way But The Hard Way", the new video from Australian metallers Airbourne, can be viewed at this location. The clip was directed by Stephen Martin "Steve" Jocz.
"No Way But The Hard Way" comes off the band's forthcoming album, No Guts, No Glory, which is scheduled for release on April 20 via Roadrunner Records.
No Guts, No Glory cover art] tracklist:
01. Born To Kill
02. No Way But The Hard Way
03. Blonde, Bad and Beautiful
04. Raise The Flag
05. Bottom Of The Well
06. White Line Fever
07. It Ain't Over Till It's Over
08. Steel Town
09. Chewin' The Fat
10. Get Busy Livin'
11. Armed And Dangerous
13. Back On The Bottle
Australian hard rockers Airbourne will tour Canada in support of their upcoming No Guts, No Glory. The band will fill the opening slot for the notorious glam rockers of Mötley Crüe. The tour schedule is below:
23.01.2010 - CAN, Victoria, BC - Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
24.01.2010 - CAN, Vancouver, BC - GM Place
26.01.2010 - CAN, Calgary, AB - Pengrowth Saddledome
27.01.2010 - CAN, Edmonton, AB - Rexall Place
28.01.2010 - CAN, Regina, SK - Brandt Centre
29.01.2010 - CAN, Winnipeg, MB - MTS Centre
01.02.2010 - CAN, London, ON - John Labatt Centre
02.02.2010 - CAN, Quebec City, QC - Colisee Pepsi
04.02.2010 - CAN, Toronto, ON - Air Canada Centre
05.02.2010 - CAN, Montreal, QC - Bell Centre
Australian rockers Airbourne are pleased to announce No Guts, No Glory as the title of their second album for Roadrunner Records. The album is set for release on February 23, 2010. No Guts, No Glory was recorded in Chicago with noted producer Johnny K (Disturbed, 3 Doors Down, Staind). The band relocated from their shared home in Warrnambool and moved into K's spacious studio to record the album.
Frontman Joel O'Keefe says: "Working with Johnny was great, he's one of the boys. We basically just set up all the gear, chucked a few mics around and went for it! Good times!" Brother and drummer Ryan confirms the precarious microphone placement: "With this album, we threw the mics all over the building, left the doors and windows open and pressed record!"