03:54 - Necrodamus Agreed- I've been jamming the newest song the past few days.
00:43 - robpal Both songs released by Witherscape are awesome. Can't wait for the whole thing :)
00:25 - ScreamingSteelUS in my mind. By the time Ulcerate was finished, I had the paper half-written already. I typed it up as soon as I got back and turned it in with 15 minutes to spare. I got an A, too.
00:25 - ScreamingSteelUS I once went to see Ulcerate the night before a final paper was due without having even come up with a topic. As Inter Arma was opening, I found my topic, remembered all the textual support I needed, and started writing the thing
00:21 - mz one of the bigest dissapointments of my life was when I realized that my prof had set the date for exam just one day after the ulcerate concert which I was highly anticipating, and my scholarship was highly dependent on that exam.
23:53 - Bad English What is common Roy Hodgson and David Cammeron? They boat sucks and they boat failed, David as prime minister, Roy as english football coach hahhaha
23:36 - Neachy @mz: and a tour coming through my neck of the woods. Kick ass.
"Let's Go" is the first new video from UK's own Def Leppard for the new album, which can be seen below. The electric song is taken from Def Leppard's fresh self-titled record, which has been released on October 30th via earMUSIC. The album was written and recorded in three separate sessions over the course of the past year and a half. Have you checked out the album already?
Def Leppard are about to unleash their upcoming self-titled effort, to be out on the 30th of October, 2015 through earMUSIC worldwide (excluding North America, Japan). Now the long-standing group has shared the track "Dangerous" online. You can see the video for it and hear the music below. This is another taste of the awaited new album.
Def Leppard are just a couple of weeks away from releasing of their upcoming self-titled effort, to be out on the 30th of October, 2015 through earMUSIC worldwide (excluding North America, Japan). Now the band present the new official lyric video for their recently released single "Let's Go", available for streaming via YouTube player down below.
Def Leppard have spilled the beans on their new album. It'll be self-titled and furthermore you can already hear "Let's Go," the first single from U.K. hard-rock veterans at this location. Out on the 30th of October 2015, the record will be released through earMUSIC worldwide (excluding North America, Japan). Take a look at the glass shattering cover below as well as more details.
Unfortunately, guitarist Vivian Campbell of Def Leppard has announced some bad news in the last few days. The guitar player will be in treatment again for cancer after announcing last year that the disease was in remission. He was first diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma back in 2013. Hopefully, he will stay strong and win this fight.
You can now get an audio preview of select tracks from the newest Def Leppard's VIVA! Hysteria Live At The Joint Las Vegas release in the video below. This new live release is now available on CD/DVD/Blu-ray and digital formats via Frontiers Records. The band played the album Hysteria in its entirety and this is their first full live show shot in HD released commercially.
NCM Fathom and AEG Network Live partner have announced that they will present Def Leppard's new movie Viva! Hysteria as special screening worldwide. This all-out, no-holds-barred event was captured live over nine nights during the band's spring residency at The Joint located in the Hard Rock Hotel, Las Vegas and includes a set list that contains the top-selling album Hysteria performed in its entirety, plus many of the band's greatest hits - "Pyromania" and "Photograph" among them.
Def Leppard's guitarist Vivian Campbell has posted a message today on the band's official website revealing that he is currently recovering from cancer. He was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma. The band is set to play a series of festivals and headline shows across Europe and North America in June/July 2013 and Vivian Campbell will still be part of the tour and performing with the band.
Def Leppard has confirmed June 7th as the North American release date for their first ever live album Mirrorball (Bludgeon Riffola/Mailboat Records), which will be available exclusively at Walmart & Sam's Club locations in the United States and Canada.
The album will include a 50 minute DVD that contains live performances and intimate backstage footage of the band captured on the road. A special limited vinyl edition will also be made available. Mirrorball will also be available online, marking the first time the band's music will officially be made available for digital purchase.
Mirrorball was recorded across the world over the course of many of the band's sold-out dates and features all of the classic songs that have made Def Leppard one of the most respected and beloved power rock bands in the world. The album captures the group's legendary concert experience at its thunderous best, bringing together live versions of several classic Leppard hits.
Def Leppard are planning to release their first live album in 2011.
Speaking to Billboard.com, frontman Joe Elliott revealed that the band are looking to put out a live record culled from their 2009 tour. They hope to add a four or five track EP of brand new material to go along with it.
"There'll be stuff from this century on it - "Rock On", "Nine Lives", "Come On Come On" - Elliott notes. "Vivian has been in the band 17 years, so I think he deserves a shot at being on a live record. We've got a live video out from the Steve era, "In the Round, In Your Face"; I've always said before that if you're desperate to hear us live, put that video on and turn your telly off and just listen to the sound."
Def Leppard are sorry to report that due to unforeseen circumstances, the two shows in India (scheduled to take place on October 17 and 19 in Bangalore and Mumbai, resp.) have been cancelled. The band added: "We apologize to our Indian fans and we hope to be able to make up for it in the future."
Tom Lanham of InsideBayArea.com recently conducted an interview with Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliott. A few excerpts from the chat follow:
On developing a bad back as a teen, lifting boxes incorrectly in a steeltown factory:
"And once you've got one, as everybody who has a bad back knows, you've got it for life.
On once having to see 41 chiropractors in 43 days:
"Every single day except for two we had to get somebody in to fix me, because I was bent in half, I was crippled. And every time they'd fix me up, I'd get onstage and do a jump here, a twist or shimmy there, and pop! Out goes the back again. And that was when I got my first steroid injection."
DEF LEPPARD have pushed back the release date for the companion DVD to the near-platinum "Rock of Ages" double CD to November 15 from the previously announced November 8. The release assembles the band's greatest videos for the first time on one DVD, along with the video for "Now" (previously unavailable in North America). Also included is the brand new, 2005 rehearsal bonus video for the band's song "No Matter What". As added bonuses, the audio has been remastered with DTS & Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound and Dolby stereo, a first track-by-track commentary by the entire band is included, and there is a Personal Playlist option, where the viewer gets to sequence each video to their liking.
The following message was posted on the Def Leppard site, refering to the guitarist solo album:
"Some two weeks ago, Vivian finished the recording of his upcoming blues solo album, scheduled for release around August. Next week, photos for the album cover will be shot by Viv's friend and rock photographer Robert Knight, who was also present at the recordings to take some candid shots. While we are not able to show you any of those shots yet, we do want to share a special photo taken by Robert, taken at the Guitar Centre Rockwalk blues inauguration a couple of weeks ago. Click on the thumbnail on the left for the photo, in which you can see Vivian with blues- and soul legends Roy Gaines, Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top), Ike Turner, Robert Cray and Solomon Burke.