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U.S. hard rock institution Warrant is streaming the new song "Only Broken Heart." The song is lifted from the new studio album, "Louder Harder Faster," which drops May 12th via Frontiers Music srl.
The track list for the album is:
1. Louder Harder Faster
2. Devil Dancer
4. Only Broken Heart
5. U In My Life
6. Music Man
8. New Rebellion
9. Big Sandy
10. Choose Your Fate
11. Let It Go
12. I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink (Bonus Track available on CD ONLY)
Check out "Only Broken Heart" here: More...
Frontiers Music srl is pleased to announce the release of Warrant's new studio album, "Louder Harder Faster," this coming May 12th, 2017.
To date, Warrant has eight million records sold worldwide, two Top Ten Billboard albums, five Top 40 Billboard hits, and five #1 MTV videos. Now, six years after the release of "Rockaholic," the album that relaunched the band as a force to be reckoned with in the 21st century, Warrant returns with another slab of muscular hard rock, aptly titled "Louder Harder Faster."
With a line-up featuring original members, Erik Turner, Jerry Dixon, Joey Allen, and Steven Sweet along with singer Robert Mason (Lynch Mob, Cry of Love), Warrant is now stronger than ever, with production handled by Foreigner and ex-Dokken bass player Jeff Pilson.
Erik Turner says, "You can hear and feel the emotions of the last 25 + years of being in this band poured into 'LHF.' The fun and the frustrations, the pleasure and the pain... a whole lot of blood, sweat, tears and beers went into the making of this album. Love it or hate it, its the real fuckn deal, 100% pure melodic hard rock. Hand crafted by five musicians who dedicated their lives to music when they were just little kids with big dreams."
Jerry Dixon adds, "'Louder Harder Faster' is truly one of our best records to date. It has all the classic Warrant ingredients that people have come to know, plus a lot of extras that keep it in the modern realm of todays music. It's a perfect mix between Balls and Ballads. When we started this project over two years ago, we wanted to bring the listener back to the days of sitting in the living room and cranking up a record from start to finish. Making full records seems to be a lost art, we hope in some small way that this album helps people find that art again." More...
"Hair I Go Again," a documentary about the determination and failures of a former hair band chasing after dreams, will officially be released worldwide on March 10th, 2016. In anticipation of the event, the producers have unveiled its newest trailer below.
The year was 1985. Thousands of miles away from the sonic debauchery of the Sunset Strip, two teenage friends shared aspirations of glam rock grandeur. Freshly permed and taking a page straight out of Hit Parader, a hungry, determined band was born. Fame and fortune, however, remained out of reach and the group unceremoniously imploded...probably over some chick.
Fast forward thirty years.
Facing a mid-life crossroads, Kyle Kruger and Steve McClure set out on an improbable journey in order to fulfill their dreams of achieving rock & roll stardom. With credit cards maxed out and the 401K cashed in, the pair risk everything in hopes of reclaiming the magic they had as a band over a quarter century ago.
It’s a story about a lifelong friendship, insurmountable odds and dealing with the always present thought of “what if?” It’s a tale of rediscovery, determination, triumphs and failures. Because first and last chances happen only once.
The flick features candid interviews with some of the most influential musicians and industry professionals in the business, including Eddie Trunk (That Metal Show), Jeff Keith and Frank Hannon (Tesla), Ron Keel, Steve Blaze (Lillian Axe), Frank Bello and Joey Belladonna (Anthrax), Les Warner (The Cult), as well as members of Kix, Stryper, Queensrÿche, Quiet Riot, Warrant, Motörhead, LA Guns and more. More...
Few bands will ever sniff the success Warrant had in 1989-1990: two multi-platinum albums, a Rolling Stone chart number one single, and a headlining tour. The band created a song named “Cherry Pie” and sold millions of more records because of it! (True story.) Then they were off the radio, then conflict, and then finally abuse and the death of their lead songwriter. The band continues to carry on, but it will never be the same as the summer of ‘89. More...
American glam metal veterans Warrant has posted their new music video online for the song, "Home." You can check it out below. The song comes from the group's latest studio album, "Rockaholic" and is the second song from the record to receive the music video treatment, following, "Life's A Song," which premiered in May. More...
Jani Lane: the singer, songwriter, and entertainer most noted for his role as front man of the band Warrant passed away last week. He was found in a Los Angeles area Comfort Inn with (according to police reports) a half-bottle of vodka and prescription pills close by. This week we take a look at some of Warrant’s videos. One last celebration of Jani Lane’s lyrics, hair, dance moves, and cringe worthy moments as we retire the following videos. More...
Warrant dedicated their concert on August 12th in North Dakota to Jani Lane. Upon dedicating show to the late former frontman, the band encouraged attendees to sing along and record the song "Heaven" and post the recordings to YouTube. You can see two such videos below.
Jani Lane was found dead in a hotel room on August 11th at the age of 47.
Following the recent announcement of the death of former Warrant singer, Jani Lane, a number of his peers have posted messages of condolence online. Some of the tributes read as follows:
Slash: "Just heard about Jani Lane. What a shame. RIP man."
Nikki Sixx (Motley Crue): "I just heard the sad news about Janie Lane. So hard to swallow when people have kids. RIP."
Bret Michaels (Poison: “We'd like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of Jani Lane regarding their loss. Respectfully, Bret and all at MEGI.”
Alice Cooper: "Our thoughts go out to our fallen brother Jani Lane, his family, his friends and his fans."
Professional wrestler and Fozzy frontman Chris Jericho stated: "Sad to hear about the passing of Jani Lane. Jani was a good guy and one of the best songwriters in the late 80s Dog Eat Dog-very underrated.”
Steven Adler: "I'm so sad that I lost another dear friend to this horrible disease. I've known Jani for over 30 years and he had a heart of gold. Luv u bro."
James Michael (Sixx: A.M.): "R.I.P. JANI LANE."
Nick Catanese (Black Label Society): "Wow RIP Jani Lane"
Wednesday 13: Just heard, so sad...former Warrant Singer Jani Lane Dead At 47, R.I.P.
Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed): "Sad news about Jani Lane. 47 is too young to go."
Jani Lane was found dead yesterday in a hotel in California. The cause of death has not yet been revealed.
Former Warrant vocalist Jani Lane was reprtedly found dead at the Comfort Inn hotel in Woodland Hills, California yesterday evening (August 11th.) He was only 47 years old. So far, no cause of death has been confirmed. More information will be revealed as soon as it becomes available.
Lane was born in Akron, Ohio and would find fame singing with Warrant, with whom he recorded seven albums, before releasing a solo album entitled, "Back Down To One." He also had stints with the bands Saints Of The Underground and Great White, who helped out by performing as a touring vocalist while their singer Jack Russell was ill.
Steven Tyler (Aerosmith) is admitting that not only did he fall off the wagon in 2008, but fellow toxic twin, Joe Perry also joined him while they attempted to record a new album. The way Tyler tells it is that Joe was snorting so many prescription drugs he was unable to play guitar. Note that contrary to rumors, snorting non-prescription drugs does not enhance playing guitar…
With eight out of thirteen tracks completed, Sebastian Bach (ex-Skid Row) is expected to have a new album released in the Summer of 2011. Bach is promising rock and roll with clean vocals and lots of screaming. All signs are pointing to Sebastian putting his “country music” years behind him. It appears everyone has agreed to just ignore this and make believe it never happened and that’s fine with me...
After attending classes and making a donation to M.A.D.D., Vince Neil (Motley Crue) is fully clear of his DUI charge. Neil will have the weekend to rest and then appear back in court on Monday for battery and disorderly conduct charges. For those keeping track it’s: Vince Neil 2, Lindsay Lohan 2 for number of court appearances in 2011. The good news is both are below their annual average, the bad news is we are only one-third through the year… More...
American hard rockers Warrant have posted their new music video online. The video was shot for the track "Lifes A Song" taken off the band's forthcoming new album "Rockaholic," which arrives in stores on May 17th, 2011 through Frontiers Records. You can view the new music video as well as the album's tracklisting below.
American hard rock veterans Warrant have revealed the track listing for their forthcoming new studio album, "Rockaholic." You can check it out at the bottom of the page. The album will be released on May 17th through Frontiers Records and will be their first release since 2006's, "Born Again."
The track listing is as follows:
1. Sex Ain't Love
2. Innocence Gone
4. Dusty's Revenge
6. What Love Can Do
7. Life's A Song
8. Show Must Go On
9. Cocaine Freight Train
10. Found Forever
11. Candy Man
13. Tears In The City
14. The Last Straw
Reunited heavy metal veterans Quiet Riot has announced that they have cancelled their previously announced tour of Australia and New Zealand, stating: "As a consequence of the promoter’s breach of contract the Metal Health Tour scheduled for April 2011 in Australia and new zealand has been cancelled." The tour was scheduled to kick off at the end of this month and the band were to bring fellow California rockers Warrant and L.A. Guns with them.
American hard rock veterans Warrant have announced that they will be filming a new music video on April 19th for the track "Life's A Song," which will appear on the group's forthcoming new studio album, "Rockaholic."
The album will be the band's first since 2006's "Born Again" and the first studio release to feature vocalist Robert Mason.
Warrant will also be embarking on an Australian tour with Quiet Riot and L.A. Guns. Details on the trek are available at this location.
The recently reunited heavy metal veterans Quiet Riot have announced that they will be heading down under for a headlining tour of Australia, with one stop in New Zealand. Joining them on the trek will be L.A. Guns (fronted by Phil Lewis) and Warrant, who now feature former Lunch Mob vocalist Robert Mason behind the mic. You can check out a trailer for the tour below.
The tour dates are as follows:
April 29 - The Palace - Melbourne, Australia
April 30 - Anu Bar - Canberra, Australia
May 2 - The Powerstation - Auckland, New Zealand
May 5 - HQ Complex - Adelaide, Australia
May 6 - Metro City - Perth, Australia
May 7 - The Tivoli - Brisbane, Australia
May 8 - The Metro - Sydney, Australia
During a lazy Sunday I found myself catching up on previously recorded episodes of Bored to Death when much to my delight I discovered a couple Metal Mania episodes on queue. Here’s what I found:
In Kiss’s video for “Rock and Roll all Nite,” I wonder what was so bad that the girl coming down the stairs needed her eyes blacked out like they do on the show Cops. Also, is there someplace we can put all of the eighties brick-sized cell phones for display? I would definitely go to the Pre-2K Cell Phone Hall of Fame (maybe located in Indiana?) to see the phone Gene Simmons has while sitting on his throne in this video as well as the one used by Zack Morris on Saved by the Bell. More...
According to Gibson Guitars, former Warrant vocalist Jani Lane will be joining Great White on a temporary basis, while their frontman Jack Russell recovers from his recent major surgery for a perforated bowel. Lane was quoted as saying, "I consider it an honor and a privilege."
Lane will be performing with Great White on the following tour dates: More...
Rockers from the eighties continue to bring in the viewers for reality TV. With Dee Snider, Gene Simmons, and Bret Michaels regulars on the TV circuit it doesn’t appear this trend will be disappearing anytime soon. Here is a look at some of the other reality shows currently being considered by the networks. More...
People.com reports that Bret Michaels (Poison) vows to start Groupie Love, the first retirement home for groupies. Two days later Michaels tour bus was pulled over, Marijuana was found on board. This is no coincidence. Question: Is medicinal Marijuana a treatment for brain hemorrhage recovery? More...
This week I give you my top albums from the eighties hair bands. Essentially a top twenty-five list, with a twist; imagine all of the albums from the eighties disappeared and you could no longer listen to this genre ever again, similar to 1992, but permanent. Unable to own the music, hear the music on the radio, or even listen to a song at a bar…what would you do to change this? Allow me to present the razor blade test. How many times will you cut yourself to bring a particular album back to your life? More...