THE DEAD DAISIES Release 'Dead And Gone' Video

June 22, 2018

THE DEAD DAISIES have released a new single and music video for "Dead And Gone", one of the crowd favourites off their latest album, "Burn It Down". The clip combines classic performance elements intertwined with appearances from the Undead, which were created, filmed and edited by legendary horror visionary Tony Valenzuela.

During the last run of shows in Europe and when in Berlin, the band filmed the performance sequences at Black Box Music (RAMMSTEIN, 30 SECONDS TO MARS, LINKIN PARK, MARILYN MANSON) with the zombie footage being shot, so to speak, in Los Angeles at the mythical Daisyland studios.

This also marks the official kick-off to the band's new Daisyland platform, which invites everyone from around the world to be a part of the band’s journey. From day one, THE DEAD DAISIES wanted to provide all lovers of rock music with a place to hang out, have a blast and enjoy the vibe without being ripped off for the experience. Daisyland is that place!

Singer John Corabi states about "Dead And Gone": "'Dead And Gone' is one of those tracks that must be played LOUD!!! It's got a great groove, and it's basically about living life, (responsibly) having fun, and not letting ANYBODY judge you for wanting to have a great time!!!!"

THE DEAD DAISIES are about to embark on their second Japanese headline tour followed by a stint of European headline shows and festivals with KISS, Joe Satriani, SCORPIONS and GUNS N' ROSES. August sees the band return to North America for a month-long run with longtime mate and current GN'R keyboard player Dizzy Reed and his HOOKERS & BLOW.


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