An undeniable Rock powerhouse, Fozzy have never been ones to take their foot off the pedal. Last year the band toured throughout the US, UK & Ireland on the first wave of their Save The World Tour, all while their previous single, Sane, climbed into the Top 10 on the US Rock charts. Today, Fozzy is unleashing the next single from their upcoming studio album. The new track, I Still Burn, is a visceral anthem that speaks to the unwavering drive that’s kept this band rocking for over two decades Fans can stream the new song at the link found here, or listen below.
Speaking about the new single, frontman Chris Jericho comments,I Still Burn is the story of the dreams, the passion and the fire that lies within all of us to be the absolute best we can be…and to do WHATEVER it takes to achieve the goals that make our dreams come true! The sacrifices, the losses, and the triumphs that we have all experienced make up the lyrical DNA of this song. I Still Burn is Fozzy’s mission statement, our life’s work and our destiny…and we are so proud to share this message of victory with our Fozzy family!! Plus, Rich’s guitar solo fuckin rules!!!”
The Duke himself, lead guitarist Rich Ward adds, “My entire career has been about pushing to the summit of the climb, never satisfied with boiling water with the Sherpas at Base Camp 2. I’ve been touring and making records for three decades, and I remain as passionate as ever. I Still Burn is the story of the fire that fuels that passion. This is our story!”
The newest single in Fozzy’s arsenal is in good company. The band has recorded five consecutive top 20 singles, but fans across the world know that the benchmark was set high with their 2017 breakout Judas. Reaching the Top Five on the US Rock charts and boasting 55 million views on YouTube for the music video, the song has now reached its biggest milestone yet – Gold Record status. Symbolizing the accomplishment of 500,000 copies sold, the band is thrilled to share the news of this certification with their legions of fans – because it has always been about delivering them with the biggest and best to keep the spirit of Rock n’ Roll thriving,
Addressing the news of Judas going Gold, Jericho says, “Being awarded a GOLD record has been a dream of mine ever since I started listening to The Beatles at nine years old and saw a picture of them getting an award for Beatles VI. Then as I grew older and heard Ozzy talk about his “gold discs” and seeing the walls of Rudolf Schenker’s house plastered with framed Scorpions awards, I set my goals on someday getting one of my own. And for Judas’ to have sold 500,000 units in this day and age, completely blows my mind as a fan and a musician, and also makes me realize how far Fozzy has come and how far we are going to go!! Thanks to ALL OF YOU for making this dream come true for me and the guys. I can’t wait to hang my award on my wall…just like Rudolph.”
The new album from FozzyBoombox, will see a May 6th release. Pre-order for the record is available here.
he party doesn’t stop there! Fozzy is getting ready to kick off the 2022 wave of the Save The World Tour in the US later this month. To celebrate the announcement of Judas reaching Gold Record status, the band is planning some very special celebrations for their shows in New York and LA that are not to be missed. A complete list of dates for the upcoming US tour can be found below. Tickets and VIP packages for all dates are available for purchase here. See all tour dates by going here.

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  1. After listening to this song, I believe I have heard the future of rock – no, the future of MUSIC – and its name is FOZZY!

    (…and now, it’s time for me to take my meds and put my hearing aid back in…)

  2. I’m a FOZZY fan, “Judas” was a tremendous breakthrough album for them. Are they groundbreaking? No, but they wave the hard rock flag quite well. A lot of folks don’t take them seriously because of Jericho’s ‘day job,’ they should; these guys put out some nice, straight forward rock and roll. Have we heard some of these riffs before, sure, there are only so many notes on the scale. FOZZY albums are always worth a few spins…..

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