Over the years, the acclaimed Canadian hard rock trio DANKO JONES has famously sweat blood, given the finger and thought bad thoughts. Today, they add to their inimitable legacy of piss and vinegar with "Burn In Hell", a swaggering dose of garage-filtered boogie rock that serves as the second preview of the group's as-yet-untitled new album, which will be released in the spring.
As was the case with "We're Crazy", a new track unveiled by the band in September, "Burn In Hell" was recorded at Vancouver's Farm Studios with producer GGGarth Richardson (RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, BIFFY CLYRO, RISE AGAINST). The song can now be streamed on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube and other digital platforms.
DANKO JONES — whose namesake frontman contributed guest vocals to VOLBEAT's 2017 #1 Active Rock hit "Black Rose", a song he performed live with the group at their recent stadium show in Denmark (a show that will soon be released as the DVD/Blu-ray "Let's Boogie! Live From Telia Parken") — has made a name for themselves over the years as a must-see live band during memorable tours with the likes of GUNS N' ROSES, MOTÖRHEAD and CLUTCH. The group will tour Europe and the United Kingdom from November 14 through December 15 and headline throughout the Western United States in February.
DANKO JONES's forthcoming album — the follow-up to 2017's "Wild Cat", the title track of which appeared prominently in the October 21 episode of the Showtime television program "Shameless" — will be released in the spring via M-Theory Audio (U.S.),Rise Above (U.K.),Indica (Canada, AU, NZ) and AFM (rest of the world). More information about the recording will be unveiled in the coming weeks.
Two big tour dates will be happening for DANKO JONES in 2019. The band has recently confirmed they will be playing in Ontario for New Year's Eve, on December 31 at Maxwell's in Waterloo. More Canadian tour dates will be announced shortly. They have also recently been announced for the MEGADETH Megacruise that sets sail October 13, 2019 from Los Angeles, California and hits ports of San Diego, California and Ensenada, Mexico before returning to Los Angeles on October 18, 2019.