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Joe Louis Walker to release “Viva Las Vegas Live” on May 10th 2019

On May 10th, 2019, Cleopatra Entertainment - in association with Cleopatra Blues - will release a brand new concert film “Viva Las Vegas Live” from Grammy Award-nominated Blues legend Joe Louis Walker.

Directed by Brent Backhus, this stunning 85-minute concert was captured in all its glory at the infamous Boulder Station Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada last summer during Walker’s 2018 U.S. tour.

Kadavar re-sign with Nuclear Blast and working on new studio album

Berlin, Germany-based rock overlords Kadavar have re-signed with their long-time label Nuclear Blast after a highly successful 7 year run encompassing three studio albums during which the trio has toured the globe relentlessly.

Commented singer and guitarist Lupus: “When we signed our first deal back in 2012, all of this was just a mere idea. Since then a lot has happened and after 3 records, 2 live albums and quite a few singles, we’re very happy to continue working with Nuclear Blast”.

Loudness to release “Live in Tokyo” on May 17th 2019

Loudness has been dominating the worldwide heavy metal scene ever since their birth in 1981 with classic albums like “Thunder in the East” (1985 / #74 US national chart) and “Lightning Strikes” (1986 / #64 US national chart). Their latest studio album from 2018, “Rise to Glory” was released worldwide through earMusic and was highly acclaimed both by the heavy metal maniacs and the critics.

Avatar to release new album “The King Live in Paris” on May 17th 2019

Avatar has announced a new live LP today titled “The King Live in Paris” recorded live at Download Festival 2018 held in Paris, France. The new release underscores fan favorites such as “A Statue of the King”, “Let It Burn”, and “Hail the Apocalypse”.
 
“Looking back at all that’s happened and what’s still going on it feels more like a document from a pivotal battle than a live album”, says frontman Johannes Eckerström.
 

Todd Rundgren’s Utopia to release “Live at the Chicago Theatre” on April 5th 2019

After a thirty-year-plus hiatus, Todd Rundgren’s Utopia graced the Chicago Theatre stage, with the hopes of promising fans an extraordinary, other-worldly concert experience. The original 70’s-formed band established a stellar reputation for stretching the prog rock/pop envelope and infusing their mostly original material with verve and state-of-the-art technique. On this occasion the band featured Todd Rundgren, Kasim Sulton, Willie Wilcox and Gil Assayas.