Today (May 20th), 2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees, Def Leppard, are back with a new single Fire It Up from their upcoming album Diamond Star Halos, set to be released May 27th [UMe]. 
On May 26th, the iconic Def Leppard will premiere the music video for ‘Fire It Up‘, followed by a YouTube Premiere-exclusive afterparty, where the group will engage in discussion about their new album Diamond Star Halos. Fans can set reminders for the music video premiere and get more details on how to join the afterparty. Listen to the song, below.
Check out the full tracklisting for Diamond Star Halos below. Click on highlighted song titles to hear the tracks.

1. Take What You Want
2. Kick
3. Fire It Up
4. This Guitar [feat. Alison Krauss]
5. SOS Emergency
6. Liquid Dust
7. U Rok Mi
8. Goodbye For Good This Time
9. All We Need
10. Open Your Eyes
11. Gimme A Kiss
12. Angels (Can’t Help You Now)
13. Lifeless [feat. Alison Krauss]
14. Unbreakable
15. From Here To Eternity
Tour dates:

6/16 Atlanta, GA Truist Park
6/18 Miami Gardens, FL  Hard Rock Stadium
6/19 Orlando, FL Camping World Stadium
6/22 Washington, D.C. Nationals Park
6/24 Flushing, NY Citi Field
6/25 Philadelphia, PA Citizens Bank Park
6/28 Charlotte, NC Bank of America Stadium
6/30 Nashville, TN Nissan Stadium

7/2 Jacksonville, FL TIAA Bank Field7/5     St. Louis, MO Busch Stadium
7/8  Chicago, IL Wrigley Field7/10    Detroit, MI Comerica Park
7/12 Hershey, PA Hersheypark Stadium
7/14 Cleveland, OH FirstEnergy Stadium
7/15 Cincinnati, OH Great American Ball Park
7/17 Milwaukee, WI American Family Field
7/19 Kansas City, MO Kauffman Stadium
7/21 Denver, CO Coors Field

8/5 Boston, MA Fenway Park
8/6 Boston, MA Fenway Park
8/8 Toronto, ON Roger’s Centre
8/10 Orchard Park, NY Highmark Stadium
8/12 Pittsburgh, PA PNC Park
8/14 Minneapolis, MN U.S. Bank Stadium
8/16 Indianapolis, IN Lucas Oil Stadium
8/19 Houston, TX Minute Maid Park
8/21 San Antonio, TX Alamodome
8/22 Arlington, TX Global Life Field
8/25 Glendale, AZ State Farm Stadium
8/27 Inglewood, CA SoFi Stadium
8/28 San Diego, CA Petco Park
8/31 Seattle, WA T-Mobile Park

9/2 Vancouver, BC BC Place
9/4 Edmonton, AB Commonwealth Stadium
9/7 San Francisco, CA Oracle Park
9/9 Las Vegas, NV Allegiant Stadium 
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  • Dana on

    I hear some Pour Some Sugar On Me, in the verse…like the guitars.

    So far, of the three songs released, Take What You Want, is my favorite, and I cannot get it out of my head.

    • Real Paul Stanley on

      I think all three new songs that have been released are decent and a step up from their recent catalogue over the past 10-15 years. Still, in my opinion, Def Leppard’s On Through The Night, High N Dry & Pyromania are the creme of the Def Leppard crop. I don’t know for sure but I would imagine Hysteria is their highest selling album. There’s a lot of great stuff on Hysteria and I like that record a lot. But to me the sound went a little too mainstream and the band has continued on a more pop rock trend since. However there are some classic Lep songs out there that remind me of the early days such as White Lightning & Paper Sun for example. I’m hesitant to pre-order the new album. I am gonna wait to listen on Spotify first. If I like it then I’ll buy it. I’m a firm believer in buying cds and vinyl vs streaming. Nothing beats having product in hand.

    • Dana on


      I love Paper Sun, but I believe, it is the only song I listen to, on Euphoria. I cannot recall for certain, because I have not heard that album in over a decade.

      As for Hysteria, Mutt Lange wanted to make a hard rock version of Michael Jackson’s Thriller, and that is why the album is so commercial and poppy. He wanted songs that would appeal to the masses, and get maximum exposure on the radio, and MTV. He succeeded in his goal, however I agree with you, that the band’s first three album, were the pinnacle, of their sound. Also, for me, in particular, High N’ Dry and Pyromania. On Through The Night is okay, but sound was a little raw for me, and the material was not quite as melodic.

      I always say, I need my Leppard to have an edge, but also with a bit of a polish. 🙂

  • jeff weaver on

    I don’t like this one.
    Nor do I like Kick. Both throwaway pop drivel more suited for an NSync comeback album.
    Too bad. I honestly loved Take What You Want. It actually got me anticipating that they changed their musical direction.
    Pyromania sold 10 million plus copies yet this band is always trying to recreate their “masterpiece” Hysteria -lol!
    They should have released Take What You Want on April 1 for an April Fools Joke.

    • Dana on


      There is no question, their hard rock sound was best.

  • Doug R. on

    Ugh, terrible! I like “Kick,” love “Take What You Want,” but this one? If I buy this album I’ll definitely be skipping this song!

  • robert davenport on

    I’m so impressed these successful well to do guys , dug deep and wrote an amazing relevant collection of music , I ordered the vinyl!

  • Real Paul Stanley on

    I just read that Alison Krauss is a guest vocalist on two songs. I like Alison but I’m definitely not getting my hopes up for this album after hearing this news.

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