The Dead Daisies – Dead And Gone (Swamp Version)
The Dead Daisies presenting the visuals for, ‘Dead And Gone’ (Swamp Version)
The frontiers of rock and roll have gotten collectively to deliver life again right into a supposedly lifeless style. Gaining inspiration from the 70s and early 80s rock and metallic, longtime members of the HIP household The Dead Daisies maintain the torch for rock and roll as we all know it. The band consists of members from extremely prestigious rock bands similar to Whitesnake, Dio, Mötley Crüe, The Scream, Thin Lizzy, Journey, Bad English, Hardline, Red Phoenix and Mink. They mix their backgrounds and influences to provide a sound that’s heavy in insurrection, goes exhausting within the lyrics, and shows introspective visuals for an ideal collective and conceptual picture.
Since 2013, The Dead Daisies have paved their very own path for achievement. Currently, the band is comprised of guitarist Doug Aldrich, singer John Corabi, bassist Marco Mendoza, drummer Deen Castronovo, and rhythm guitarist David Lowy. Their discography is full with 4 studio albums with the latest, Burn It Down, launched this spring. Obviously extraordinarily gifted, devoted and captivated with the true artwork behind music sonically, visually, and creatively they’re revered as “Rock Gods.” The Dead Daises have been touring your complete world often, enjoying festivals like Download UK, Hellfest France, Graspop Belgium, Sweden Rock and the Wacken & Band Your Head Festivals in Germany. Working alongside prestigious bands similar to Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd, KISS, Def Leppard, and plenty of extra, it was no marvel why they had been the primary American rock band to be let again into Cuba after the embargo was lifted.
Like any prestigious rock band, visuals are clearly highlighted all through The Dead Daisies’ complete discography. Their video for his or her newest single, “Rise Up” (at present high 40 on the Active Rock charts for each Media Base and BDS) is a commentary on the world we stay in at present. The viewer sees how poorly people deal with the atmosphere as rapidly the atmosphere rebels. With photographs of hurricanes, forest fires and heavy air pollution, one is pressured to take a look at the self-fulfilled prophecy of full destruction and irreversible harm. To emphasize this, there are flashes of fashionable tv cartoons holding weapons. These anti-heroes may be labeled as one of many causes of manipulation since kids are watching exhibits with such graphic and express content material. The video then transitions in between photographs of youngsters smiling, signifying a lack of innocence they are going to quickly have as they grow to be extra aware. Once they take off the masks they’re not blind to those injustices however is it an excessive amount of to see? Flashes of political leaders and celebrities are then proven with black covers over their eyes that intensify the lyrics, “Oh why the blind carry on main the blind” making it an ideal visible side to their report. “Rise Up” then involves an finish in a really actual however surprising constructive manner, exhibiting actual individuals who could make a change.