The Dead Daisies Release World Tour Dates + ‘Make Some Noise’ Live Video
Who is ready to "Make Some Noise?" Fans can always count on The Dead Daisies for that and they'll be getting loud around the globe on a freshly announced worldwide summer tour! If that's not enough excitement, they've also released a music video for "Make Some Noise" off their forthcoming Live and Louder live CD/DVD.
The video depicts the band onstage in front of walls of LED boards that flash between different graphics from natural landscapes to shots of The Dead Daisies performing in front of crowds with outstretched arms, headbanging along to the song's stomping rhythm.
The band will launch their world tour on June 2 at the Rock Hard festival in Germany, hitting over a dozen countries including France, Poland, Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Japan, Argentina and more before the run's July 17 conclusion. North American tour dates are also expected to be announced at a later date. See the full itinierary below.
"The Dead Daisies update: Getting my guitars ready for the 2017 Live and Louder tour! We’re gonna be doing a quick blast this summer…come and hang with us when you hear about the band coming through! See ya soon for a good dose of the Daisies," commented guitarist Doug Aldrich.
Singer John Corabi was equally thrilled, adding, “We’re extremely excited and proud of Live and Louder! A lot of the fans have been writing to us and saying how much they LOVED our records but were even more blown away by the band live. The album shows the world how truly loud and supportive The Dead Daisies fans are! Turn it up!!!!”
Live and Louder will be released on May 19 through Spitfire Music / SPV.
The band, currently comprised of Corabi (Motley Crue, The Scream), guitarists Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake, Dio) and David Lowy (Red Phoenix, Mink), bassist Marco Mendoza (Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake) and drummer Brian Tichy (Ozzy Osbourne, Foreigner), released Make Some Noise, their third full length, last year.
The Dead Daisies 2017 World Tour Dates
6/02 — Gelsenkirchen, Germany @ Rock Hard Festival
6/03 — Vienna, Austria @ Rock In Vienna
6/04 — Karlsruhe, Germany @ Substage
6/06 — Zürich, Switzerland @ Dynamo
6/08 — Copenhagen, Denmark @ Amager Bio
6/09 — Solvesborg, Sweden @ Sweden Rock Festival
6/11 — Donnington, United Kingdom @ Download Festival
6/12 — Edinburgh, United Kingdom @ Liquid Room
6/14 — Zoetermeer, Netherlands @ Boerderij
6/16 — Vaureal, France @ Le Forum
6/17 — Clisson, France @ Hellfest
6/18 — Dessel, Belgium @ Graspop Metal Meeting
6/20 — Nürnberg, Germany @ Hirsch
6/21 — Leipzig, Germany @ Hellraiser
6/23 — Hamburg, Germany @ Harley Days Festival
6/25 — Velden, Austria @ Bluesiana
6/26 — Velden, Austria @ Bluesiana
6/27 — Salzburg, Austria @ Rockhouse
6/28 — Budapest, Hungary @ A38
6/29 — Prague, Czech Republic @ Lucerna Music Bar
7/01 — Freigericht, Germany @ Freigericht Rockt Festival
7/03 — Kostrzyn, Poland @ Woodstock Poland
7/05 — Tokyo, Japan @ Shibuya Club Quattro
7/06 — Osaka, Japan @ Umeda Club Quattro
7/12 — Curitiba, Brazil @ Opera de Arame (special guest to Richie Kotzen)
7/13 — Sao Paulo, Brazil @ Carioca Club (special guest to Richie Kotzen)
7/15 — Buenos Aires, Argentina @ Vorterix
7/16 — Rosario, Argentina @ Teatro Vorterix
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