The Dead Daisies Celebrate A Decade Of Their Rock’N’Roll Collective With A New Video For Their Classic Track, ‘Make Some Noise’

We’re all big fans of The Dead Daisies here at EP, the collective of musicians gathered from all over the world by founder David Lowy.

The band serves as an asylum of sorts for stars from all over the rock’n’roll universe. With its current lineup including drummer Brian Tichy (Ozzy Osbourne, Whitesnake, Foreigner), lead guitarist Doug Aldrich (Dio, Whitesnake, Bad Moon Rising), and vocalist John Corabi (The Scream, Mötley Crüe), who has rejoined the band, they’ve travelled the world with ZZ Top, Guns N’ Roses, and KISS – all the while releasing music to keep the fans wanting for more.

The Dead Daisies are commemorating their tenth anniversary this year, and are doing so with a brand new music video for a classic song, the title track form their 2016 album, ‘Make Some Noise’.

With thumping drums, distorted guitars, and lyrics commanding the listener to “get crazy all night”, ‘Make Some Noise’ is a fan favourite and sums up pretty much everything fans love about The Dead Daisies. The music video for ‘Make Some Noise’ intersperses scrapbook-style photos of the band exploring the streets of New York City with footage of the group rehearsing and by the end, viewers will be up wanting to join in, and “scream like thunder, bang your head”.

The opportunity to do this may well be coming to a city near you – The Dead Daisies are hitting venues across the USA, Canada, Japan, and Europe, starting on August 22 in Lititz, Pennsylvania, and wrapping up at the Knock Out Festival, in Karlsruhe, Germany, on December 16. So come on everybody – MAKE SOME NOISE!

Watch the music video for ‘Make Some Noise’ below and follow The Dead Daisies online on their official website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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