THE DEAD DAISIES To Release New Album 'Radiance' In September
July 22, 2022
THE DEAD DAISIES will release their sixth studio album, "Radiance", on September 30. According to a press release, the LP contains "ten tracks of pure unadulterated brilliant rock. The power of Doug Aldrich and David Lowy's dual guitars provide a wall of sonic nectar. Frontman Glenn Hughes's rock-solid bass grooves and unmatched vocal intensity, still among the greatest rock singers of all time, and the matrix of Brian Tichy's drums set the engine room on fire."
"Radiance" is the second album THE DAISIES have made with esteemed producer Ben Grosse at the helm, recorded at The Mix Room in North Hollywood, California.
The first singles off the album, "Radiance" and "Shine On", went straight to air on radio across the globe, were added to digital playlists and received with open arms by tens of thousands of fans and audiences on THE DEAD DAISIES's summer 2022 European tour.
Said Aldrich: "The new album 'Radiance' is our second album with Ben Grosse producing from top to bottom. We had a great time composing and recording the record and I'm very excited for you all to hear what we put together. Definitely a heavy album but with some cool twists and turns! Hope you all like it."
All the songs on "Radiance" were written by Lowy, Aldrich and Hughes. Tichy returned to THE DAISIES in early 2022 to lay down the drums on "Radiance".
Said Tichy: "I am very much looking forward to the release of 'Radiance', the newest LP from THE DEAD DAISIES! It was great to start off being back in the band by getting together with Doug, Glenn, David, and producer Ben Grosse at his studio dialing in the songs that make up 'Radiance'. It was a very smooth, organized process of jamming with the guys getting all drum grooves and parts just right. The final result is another slab of butt-kicking rock! The guys all brought their A-game and a tight, powerful record was created! I'm looking forward to everyone hearing it and playing more of these songs live in the near future."
"Radiance" will be available as a digipak CD with sticker, gatefold black vinyl with printed inner sleeves and digitally.
01. Face Your Fear 02. Hypnotize Yourself 03. Shine On 04. Radiance 05. Born To Fly 06. Kiss The Sun 07. Courageous 08. Cascade 09. Not Human 10. Roll On
THE DEAD DAISIES' last album, "Holy Ground", was released in January 2021. Recorded at La Fabrique Studios in the south of France with Grosse, the LP was the band's first to feature Hughes, who joined the group in 2019 as its new bassist and vocalist, replacing John Corabi (MÖTLEY CRÜE) and Marco Mendoza (THIN LIZZY).
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