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Autograph Release 'Every Generation' Video

More new music! Today, a new video from Autograph. The clip is for the song "Every Generation" taken from the new album Get Off Your Ass. Whenever I think of Autograph, I think summer. A perfect, carefree party band, we're getting to the time of year where it is great to pop on some Autograph and kick back. It's good we're getting so many new videos from our favorites lately. What do you think of this track?


Stryper Release 'The Valley' Video

Stryper has just released a video for "The Valley." The song is on the new album God Damn Evil which comes out today. Apparently don't go to Walmart to look for the album. Blabbermouth had a story a few days ago that said the giant retailer wouldn't sell the new Stryper disc in stores because of the title, so religion I guess. What do you think of the new track?


Tesla To Headline Monsters of Rock Cruise

Tesla will headline the next Monsters of Rock Cruise. Other bands on the ship include Kix, Saxon, Bullet Boys and a slew more. The cruise is set for February 24 - March 1, 2019. General on sale begins at 1 p.m. ET today! Click the post below for more info and to eventually get to the booking portal.


Songs From the Vault

Def Leppard singer Joe Elliott will host a special on Sirius XM Thursday at 4 p.m. ET called "Songs from the Vault." The show will air on the Deep Tracks station (channel 27). There will be a new show each month. I will be listening from my desk at work!


Tuesday Two-Fer, V: White Lion

From our friend HIM.

Readers of this site know that several of us treat the fate of White Lion like a Dan Brown mystery: what the hell stopped them, besides themselves, from being as great as we predicted? Why aren’t they in the pantheon alongside other favorites of the 80s and 90s? What evil forces lurked behind the pillars, manipulating the masses to neglect such a talented band? I am going to blame it on Tom Hanks.
First Pick: “All You Need Is Rock 'n' Roll,” Pride (1987)

Picking one song off of a near-flawless album is difficult. And surely others would point to songs like “Wait.” But this ditty captures how adept the band was at constructing good time, sing-a-long, songs. Is it about politics? No. Is it a moody reflection on a life gone wrong? Nope. It is an ode—a joyous, rollicking love letter—to the awesomeness of rock. And what could be wrong with that? At this point, Tramp, Bratta, LoMenzo, and D’Angelo could do no wrong.
Second Pick: “Broken Heart,” Mane Attraction (1991)

A bright spark (one of several) during the last days of White Lion. Internal squabbles, changing musical tastes, and a lack of studio backing all contributed to the band’s implosion the very same year this song was released. But this song, like others from earlier albums, showed just how close White Lion was to being the heir’s to Def Leppard’s legacy of crafting perfectly memorable pop-metal songs that lingered long after you ejected the tape or the CD.
Honorable Mention: “Broken Heart,” Fight To Survive (1985). Interesting to hear a good song before it became a great one.


Vinnie Vincent Appears With Gene Simmons

Vinnie Vincent is continuing to live in the sun. Over the weekend, he appeared with Gene Simmons during a Vault event. This happened in Nashville, Tennessee. I have to say, I never expected this one but I'm glad it actually happened. We will see if the reformed friendship lasts. I hope it does.


Here It Is: Bon Jovi Reunites At Rock Hall Induction Ceremony

The members of Bon Jovi reunited for their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony last night. This means Richie Sambora and Alex John Such (!) were on stage with the rest of the band and together again, just the way it should be. Great clips of the show below. You can watch the entire ceremony on HBO on May 5.