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Influenced by 70’s and early 80’s rock, The Dead Daisies sound is soulful and accessible – equal parts of Aerosmith, Bad Company and Foreigner: muscular vocals, bluesy riffs, big choruses, powerful melodies and strong hooks. With stellar musicianship and pulverizing live shows, fans worldwide are discovering the band that is bringing back Rock ‘n’ Roll! The current incarnation of The Dead Daisies is taken from a musical collective created originally by a rotating line-up that has left their mark on the high-class brand of Rock ‘n’ Roll the band is known for. The band features in their ranks some of the finest Rockers on the planet, among them one of the premier lead guitarists of this day and age, Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake, Dio). He completes the legendary lineup consisting of charismatic singer John Corabi (Mötley Crüe, The Scream), bassist extraordinaire Marco Mendoza (Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake), monster drummer Deen Castronovo (Journey, Bad English, Hardline), and, bringing the thunder from down under, Australian rhythm guitarist David Lowy (Red Phoenix, Mink). Since exploding onto the scene in 2012, The Dead Daisies have taken the music world by storm, releasing three albums to date and touring with the biggest names in Rock including: ZZ Top, Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Company, Judas Priest, KISS, Whitesnake, Def Leppard and the Hollywood Vampires. In an era where Rock music has been proclaimed dead time and time again, the Daisies defy the critics with ease. This is more than evident on their last studio album, 2016’s ‘Make Some Noise’ with twelve songs packed full of exciting Rock ‘n’ Roll hooks and riffs. It’s loud, energetic, and uplifting – and most importantly: it’s real. The songs were written produced with mega-producer Marti Frederiksen (Aerosmith, Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe), receiving huge praise from the music press, and smashing straight into 23 charts globally. The ‘Make Some Noise’ World Tour 2016 kicked off in Germany with The Hollywood Vampires, then continued to conquer some of the biggest festivals in Europe, including Woodstock Poland, where they played to over 250.000 people. Sold-out Summer Shows, a US trek with KISS, as well as headline gigs in LA at the famed Whisky-A-Go-Go and Webster Hall in New York City. The band then journeyed on to make their live debut in the Far East, where they wowed the crowds at Loud Park Festival in Japan and brought the spirit of homegrown, American Rock ‘n’ Roll to the US Military in South Korea as part of their first USO Tour. Bringing a hugely successful, sold-out tour to its glorious conclusion, the Daisies embarked on the sixth installment of the mighty KISS Kruise, closing the Europe 2016 chapter with a thundering live show on high seas. There is a whole planet to conquer and the band currently finds themselves on a world tour of epic proportions seeing them play to an ever-increasing audience, including their frenzied fans from Latin America. The Dead Daisies always look to push boundaries, continually doing things they haven’t done before, and this tour is no different. Meanwhile, the band unleashed a social media tornado, smashing over a million hits on the music video for ‘(We’re An) American Band’ in a matter of only a few weeks, preceded only days earlier by passing the 1.5 million mark for the video of ‘Long Way To Go’. With Marti Frederiksen at the helm, the band is currently in Nashville finishing their 4th studio album. Coinciding with the highly anticipated album release in April 2018, yet another massive World Tour will commence.
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I felt this band was hot new blood in a rather dull rock moment.
The first few listens were a big HUH ? this was such a big contrast to Make some noise but I still tried to dig it.
It might be they hurried this out because its so bluesy and somewhat tame for a Daisies album but some bands do change direction.
They did a great job on the Stones Bitch and Revolution did fit the feel for the album.
Dean Castronova is a great additon to any band hes awsome drummer and killer vocalist.Brian Tichy doesnt stay in one place to long.
Some people will like this album but for me Ill look forword to the next Daisies record.