AIRBOURNE: New Concert Footage Posted Online
Australian rock 'n' rollers AIRBOURNE performed at the Cambridge Hotel in Newcastle, Australia on Thursday, January 3. Watch fan-filmed footage of the concert at this location. One of the clips can be viewed below.
AIRBOURNE is touring in support of its album "Runnin' Wild", which was released in Australia last June. According to a press release, the album "channels the endearing qualities of classic rock while breathing new life through modern production and arrangement." Boasting an all-star team, "Runnin' Wild" was produced by Bob Marlette (BLACK SABBATH, QUIET RIOT) and mixed by Andy Wallace (GUNS N' ROSES, NIRVANA, LINKIN PARK). With lead tracks such as "Runnin' Wild", "Stand Up For Rock n Roll", and "Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast", "Runnin' Wild" "will be the new soundtrack to all-night partying."
"Runnin' Wild" will be released in North America on January 29 via Roadrunner Records.
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