DEADLAND RITUAL FEATURING, GEEZER BUTLER, FRANKY PEREZMATT SORUM AND STEVE STEVENS, RELEASES NEW VIDEO “BROKEN AND BRUISED”
Deadland Ritual;, featuring bassist Geezer Butler (Black Sabbath), vocalist Franky Perez (Apocalyptica, Scars on Broadway), drummer Matt Sorum (Guns N’ Roses, Velvet Revolver) and guitarist Steve Stevens (Billy Idol) has released a brand new single and video, Broken and Bruised, see it below.
Broken and Bruised is the first song Deadland Ritual wrote and recorded. It signifies the birth of the band incorporating each band member’s celebrated past, and moving forward into new musical soundscapes. Get the single here.
Listen to Down In Flames, here.
After playing a sold-out world debut show this week at The Troubadour in Los Angeles, the band is gearing up to play some of the biggest rock festivals in the world, including Download Festival, Hellfest and Louder Than Life Festival.
Deadland Ritual 2019 dates so far:
June 6 Solvesborg S. Sweden @ Sweden Rock Festival
June 7 Nurberg, Germany @ Rock AM Ring
June 9 Nuremberg, Germany @ Rock IM Park
June 10 Berlin, Germany @ Bi Nuu
June 11 Hamburg, Germany @ Logo
June 13 London, United Kingdom @ 02 Academy Islington
June 14 Castle Donnington, United Kingdom @ Download Festival
June 15 Glasgow, United Kingdom @ Garage
June 19 Pratteln, Switzerland @ Z7
June 21 Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain @ Azkena Rock Festival
June 22 Clisson, France @ Hellfest Festival
June 23 Dessel, Belgium @ Graspop Metal Meeting
Sept 29 Louisville, KY @ Louder Than Life Festival
Oct 13 Sacramento, CA @ Aftershock Festival at Discovery Park
To purchase tickets and for further updates visit: deadlandritual.com.
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That sounds like a Geezer riff up front…I don’t know, they checked all the boxes but it’s missing something…
This is for Doug R. 🙂
Haha, very funny. But just remember what else Don Henley says – in a “New York Minute,” everything can change! Again, come September, we’ll see who gets the last laugh!
I don’t think the Mets want to hear that right now after what happened to them in the bottom of the 9th after being up 3 runs ….lol….Doug!
Not bad at all…
Although I think that Steve Stevens is a brilliant guitarist, I have to ask the question: “What would this have been like if it was Tony Iommi on guitar?”
Just a thought….
It needs more dynamics – more guitar on the changes , and chorus – very monotone vocal – I was expecting much more from this lineup – very disappointed-