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Adler Announce 2013 U.S. + Japan Tour Dates

New Ocean Media Former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler is set to head out on tour with his new band, Adler. After a few shows in California and Japan this March, Adler will invade the U.S. for a two-and-a-half month monster tour beginning May 16 in San Juan Capistrano, Calif. Adler’s debut album, ‘Back From the Dead,’ was released in November 2012. The ban’ds lineup featuring drummer Steven Adler, vocalist Jacob Bunton, bassist Johnny Martin and guitarist Lonny Paul, who has collaborated with Steven Adler in the past with Adler’s Appetite. ‘Back From the Dead’ also features guest spots from Slash and Rob Zombie / Marilyn Manson guitarist John 5 . The two Japanese dates will be shared with fellow former Guns N’ Roses member Duff McKagan with his current act, Loaded, and for all you European fans of Adler, the band is currently finalizing additional shows slated to start in the middle of September. Those dates will include concerts in Spain, Germany, Italy, Holland, France, Belgium and the UK. Check out Adler’s upcoming ‘Back From the Dead’ 2013 tour dates below. Adler ‘Back From the Dead’ 2013 Tour Dates: 03/02 – Ramona Mainstage – Ramona, Calif. 03/07 – Tokyo Duo -Tokyo, Japan with Duff McKagan’s LOADED 03/08 – Tokyo Duo -Tokyo, Japan w/ Duff McKagan’s LOADED 05/16 – The Coach House – San Juan Capistrano, Calif. 05/17 – Count’s Vamp’d – Las Vegas, Nev. 05/18 – Club Red – Tempe, Ariz. 05/30 – St. Rocke – Hermosa Beach, Calif. 05/31 – Whisky A Go Go – Hollywood, Calif. 06/19 – Backstage Bar – Tacoma, Wash. 06/20 – El Corazon – Seattle, Wash. 06/21 – Diamondz – Jerome, Idaho 06/22 – Rock The Falls Festival – Idaho Falls, Idaho 06/23 – Jammin Joe’s – Arvada, Colo. 06/26 – TBA – Bismarck, N.D. 06/27 – Legacy Ballroom – Fargo, N.D. 06/28 – The Reverb – Waterloo, Iowa 06/29 – The Grove – Lincoln, Neb. 06/30 – Busters – Mankato, Minn. 07/03- The Summit Summer Concert Series – Whitesburg, Ky. 07/04 – The Back Bar – Janesville, Wis. 07/05 – Diesel Concert Theatre- Detroit, Mich. 07/06 – Montage Theater – Rochester, N.Y. 07/07 – Shipwrecked Music Hall – Dennisport, Mass. 07/08 – Legendary Dobbs Concert Hall – Philladelphia, Pa. 07/09 – House Of Rock – White Marsh, Md. 07/10 – Dead Horse Cantina – Mckees Rocks, Pa. 07/11 – Changes Niteclub – New Castle, Pa. 07/12 – Revolution Music Hall – Amityville, N.Y. 07/13 – The Rock Junction – West Greenwich, R.I. 07/14 – TBA – N.J. 07/15 – TBA – N.Y. 07/16 – Empire – West Sprinfield, Va. 07/17 – Tink’s Rock House – Marion, Ohio 07/18 – The Tap House – Akron, Ohio 07/19 – TBA – Cleveland, Ohio 07/20 – Tailgators – Bolingbrook, Ill. 07/21 – TBA – St. Louis, Mo. 07/24 – House Of Blues – Houston, Texas 07/26 – House Of Blues – Dallas, Texas 07/27 – TBA – San Antonio, Texas 07/28 – TBA – El Paso, Texas [button href=”http://loudwire.com/adler-back-from-the-dead-album-review/” title=”Adler, ‘Back From the Dead’ – Album Review” align=”center”]

Daily Reload: Kurt Cobain, Billy Corgan + More

Frank Micelota, Getty Images – On what would have been Kurt Cobain ‘s 46th birthday (Feb. 20), we present our picks for the 10 Best Nirvana Songs. [ Loudwire ] – Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan  stars in a new wrestling themed commercial for a furniture store. Watch it here: [ Loudwire ] – The Devil Wears Prada guitarist Chris Rubey is sitting out part of the band’s tour on paternity leave. [ Loudwire ] – How to Destroy Angels are currently streaming their ‘Welcome Oblivion’ album ahead of its release. [ Loudwire ] – Today (Feb. 20) marks the 10 year anniversary of perhaps the most tragic concert event in rock history — the Great White Station fire. [ Loudwire ] – Rush have added more dates to their 2013 North American summer tour. [ Ultimate Classic Rock ] – The Beatles ‘ ‘Abbey Road’ album cover is being used for a traffic safety campaign in India. [ Ultimate Classic Rock ] – David Bowie is planning some Record Store Day vinyl singles and an EP. [ Diffuser.fm ] – Footage of The Killers performing live with one of their musical idols — New Order ‘s Bernard Sumner — has surfaced. [ Diffuser.fm ]

Daily Reload: 2013 Grammy Awards, Device + More

Frederick M. Brown, Getty Images Here’s a look at the top stories of the day on Loudwire and around the Web: – The 2013 Grammy Awards saw the Black Keys , Halestorm and Trent Reznor  take home golden gramophones. Check out the full list of Grammy winners in the rock categories here. [ Loudwire ] – David Draiman ‘s Device unveil teaser video for self-titled debut album. [ Loudwire ] – Corey Taylor , Maynard James Keenan , Dave Navarro + more weren’t too happy with the 2013 Grammy Awards. See why they offered their criticism here. [ Loudwire ] – Navy SEAL who evidently shot Osama bin Laden talks about the military use of Metallica and Demon Hunter ‘s music.  [ Loudwire ] – Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello joins LL Cool J, Public Enemy’s Chuck D, Travis Barker + more for 2013 Grammy performance. [ Loudwire ] – It was 50 years ago today that the Beatles recorded the majority of their ‘Please Please Me’ album in a 13-hour session. [ Ultimate Classic Rock ] – Pearl Jam ‘s upcoming Wrigley Field show is the fastest-selling concert in the ballpark’s history. [ Diffuser.fm ] – Did Jack White drop an F-bomb during his 2013 Grammy performance? [ Diffuser.fm ]

Upon This Dawning, ‘The Sound of Your Breath’ – Exclusive Video Premiere

Fearless Records Italian metal band Upon This Dawning dropped their latest album ‘To Keep Us Safe’ in October, and now they’re unleashing a lyric/music video for new single ‘The Sound of Your Breath’ exclusively on Loudwire. “‘The Sound of Your Breath’ is one of the last songs we wrote and it’s absolutely our favorite song to play live,” says frontman Matteo Botticini. ”We always have so much fun when we play that song.” The lyric/music video portrays the band’s intense performance onstage while showing black and white clips of the band loading up their gear and roaming around Los Angeles. As for the video itself, Botticini adds, “We shot the video in Hollywood during the Infamous tour with Motionless In White and it was definitely one of the funnest moment we had on that tour. I really hope our fans are gonna like this video.” ‘To Keep Us Safe’ debuted at No. 9 on Billboard’s Heatseeker’s Album Charts. The release is available on CD at the Fearless Records merch store  or digitally at iTunes . Upon This Dawning have a handful of shows in February with bands I See Stars and For All Those Sleeping. For a full list of dates and cities, go here . Watch Upon This Dawning’s ‘The Sound of Your Breath’ Video [Exclusive]

Tom Morello Joins LL Cool J, Chuck D + Travis Barker for 2013 Grammy Performance

Kevork Djansezian, Getty Images It was a busy weekend for Rage Against the Machine guitarist  Tom Morello , who joined Bruce Springsteen and friends at the MusiCares Person of the Year ceremony on Friday (Feb. 8) and then took part in the final performance of the 2013 Grammy Awards Sunday night (Feb. 10). Morello was part of an all-star collaboration fronted by Grammy host LL Cool J and Public Enemy’s Chuck D. on a song called ‘Whaddup’ off LL Cool J’s new album. Rounding out the five-piece was some nifty scratching from DJ Z-Trip and some dexterous beats from Blink-182 ‘s Travis Barker . Though Morello was mostly in the background on the track, he did come to the forefront for some serious shredding midway into the song. The new track was an interesting song, offering bits of throwbacks throughout from Chuck D.’s repetitious “Hear the drummer get wicked” to Z-Trip spinning a sample of LL Cool J’s ‘Rock the Bells.’ In addition, LL Cool J through in a nod to the late Adam Yauch , shouting “MCA forever” before running off a few lines of the  Beastie Boys ‘ ‘No Sleep ‘Til Brooklyn.’ However, in a lame move, the end of the song was cut off by sponsorship mentions and a quick cutaway, presumably to keep the length of the show on time. The performance concluded a night which also featured stellar performances from the Black Keys , Jack White , fun. , and tributes to late musicians Bob Marley and Levon Helm . [button href=”http://loudwire.com/category/grammys/” title=”Full Grammy Coverage Here” align=”center”]

2013 Grammy Award Winners

Kevork Djansezian / Jason Merrit, Getty Images On Sunday night (Feb. 10) at the 2013 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, the big winners in the rock categories were the Black Keys and Halestorm . The Black Keys took home trophies for Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song for their hit ‘Lonely Boy,’ which they also performed during the ceremony, while also winning the award for Best Rock Album (‘El Camino’). Additionally, frontman Dan Auerbach won Producer of the Year. The Black Keys were also nominated for Record of the Year and Album of the Year, but lost out in those categories to Gotye and Mumford & Sons, respectively. Halestorm, meanwhile, beat out a slew of veteran acts to earn the Best Hard Rock / Metal Performance for their No. 1 active rock hit ‘Love Bites (So Do I).’ During their backstage Q&A in the press room, frontwoman Lzzy Hale said, “It’s an incredible genre to be a part of because rock isn’t always the most popular genre. Sometimes we’re underground, but we all work really hard on the road. We all look out for one another.” Also among the winners was Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor , who shared the award for Best Score Soundtrack with Atticus Ross. Reznor didn’t attend the event, but Tweeted, “Why thanks, y’all.” Below is a list of all the winners in rock categories at the 55th Grammy Awards: 2013 Grammy Awards Rock Categories – Winners in Blue Best Hard Rock / Metal Performance Anthrax, ‘I’m Alive Iron Maiden, ‘Blood Brothers’ Halestorm, ‘Love Bites (So Do I)’ Lamb of God, ‘Ghost Walking’ Marilyn Manson, ‘No Reflection’ Megadeth, ‘Who’s Life Is It Anyways?’ Album of the Year The Black Keys, ‘El Camino’ Fun., ‘Some Nights’ Mumford & Sons, ‘Babel’ Frank Ocean, ‘Channel Orange’ Jack White, ‘Blunderbuss’ Best Rock Performance Alabama Shakes, ‘Hold On’ The Black Keys, ‘Lonely Boy’ Coldplay, ‘Charlie Brown’ Mumford & Sons, ‘I Will Wait’ Bruce Springsteen, ‘We Take Care of Our Own’ Best Rock Song Jack White, ‘Freedom at 21′ Mumford & Sons, ‘I Will Wait’ The Black Keys, ‘Lonely Boy’ Muse, ‘Madness’ Bruce Springsteen, ‘We Take Care of Our Own’ Best Rock Album The Black Keys, ‘El Camino’ Coldplay, ‘Mylo Xyloto’ Muse, ‘The 2nd Law’ Bruce Springsteen, ‘Wrecking Ball’ Jack White, ‘Blunderbuss’ Producer of the Year Dan Auerbach (The Black Keys, Dr. John, Hacienda) Jeff Bhasker (fun.) Diplo (Usher, Major Lazer, Snoop Lion, Marina and the Diamonds, Santigold, No Doubt, Wale, Justin Bieber, Alex Clare) Markus Dravs (Mumford & Sons, Coldplay) Salaam Remi (Anthony Hamilton, Amy Winehouse, Alicia Keys & Nicki Minaj, Miguel, Nas, Melanie Fiona, Usher) Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, ‘The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo John Williams, ‘The Adventures of Tintin’ Ludovic Bource, ‘The Artist’ Hans Zimmer, ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Howard Shore, ‘Hugo’ Austin Wintory, ‘Journey’ Full List of 55th Annual Grammy Winners [button href=”http://loudwire.com/category/grammys/” title=”Full 2013 Grammys Coverage” align=”center”]

Daily Reload: Marilyn Manson, Tool + More

Liz Ramanand, Loudwire – Marilyn Manson collapsed onstage in Canada on Wednesday night and had to be carried off by his road crew. [ Loudwire ] – Tool ‘s Danny Carey reveals the group may still try to get new music out this year and that he was the injured band member in a recent Vespa accident. [ Loudwire ] – Metallica will play the National Anthem and throw out the first pitch at a San Francisco Giants’ home game in May. [ Loudwire ] – Queens of the Stone Age have added Elton John to their stellar guest list for their next album. [ Loudwire ] – Buckcherry ‘s Josh Todd discusses the ‘Confessions’ album, the seven deadly sins and the group’s upcoming film in our exclusive interview: [ Loudwire ] – Jack White has already started working on 20 tracks for his next solo album. [ Diffuser.fm ] – TheFW shows us what several Grammy nominated record covers should really say. [ TheFW ] – Led Zeppelin ‘s Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones discuss their difficulties finding a singer. [ Ultimate Classic Rock ] – Forty years ago, Iggy Pop and the Stooges released their ‘Raw Power’ album. [ Ultimate Classic Rock ]

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