We have written about The Dead Daisies a number of times, so rather than spending more time on describing them here, we’ll refer you back to our previous articles about the band. Suffice to say, they’re a supergroup collective of ferocious rockers you’ll definitely have heard of, who have found a common groove and voice which draws on their experience in their classic bands, and they’ve extended it into even more fantastic music. One thing we do need to add however, is that the group, already superb, have added to their number the incredible bassist and singer, Glenn Hughes, known for his work with Trapeze, Black Sabbath, and Deep Purple. With one of the most distinctive vocal styles in popular music, combining power with a legendary range, he is going to take The Dead Daisies even higher than they’ve gone before. Latest single, ‘Unspoken’, sees Hughes show us what he’s made of: and we’re not disappointed.
twocolors came together in 2015, when Pierro and Emil met at a party in Berlin. Writing and producing together, the pair have a unique style, mixing electronica and pop, which sees their individual talents coming together to create exciting and powerful music. Their previous single, ‘Follow You’, which featured Muringa, has so far exceeded 13 million Spotify streams, and has seen more than 3.4 million views on YouTube.
The Dead Daisies have been forging their own path to success since 2013, and currently comprise guitarist Doug Aldrich, singer John Corabi, bassist Marco Mendoza, drummer Deen Castronovo, and rhythm guitarist David Lowy. Their latest single, ‘Dead And Gone (Swamp Version)’ is from the tv horror series, ‘Welcome To Daisyland’.
The Dead Daisies, based in Sydney, Australia, find their inspiration in 70s and early 80s hard rock, and are a musical collective with a rotating lineup which features some of the best rock musicians in the world, including members of bands such as Whitesnake, Dio, Mötley Crüe, The Scream, Thin Lizzy, Journey, Bad English, Hardline, Red Phoenix and Mink.
The Dead Daisies could have sat back and had some rest after a year of touring to support their brilliant album, ‘Make Some Noise’, and the equally excellent album, ‘Live & Louder’, but instead they’ve dropped the brand new animated video for the live favourite, ‘She Always Gets Her Way (All The Same)’. Premiered on Billboard.com, fans were both surprised and delighted.