Drummer Dirk Verbeuren is in the studio working on the 16th Megadeth studio album. He also has other new music in the works, including new material from Bent Sea and Cadaver. Here he checks in with Roppongi Rocks with an update from the studio.
Rock legend Marco Mendoza – of Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy, The Dead Daisies, Ted Nugent, Blue Murder and Black Star Riders fame – performing a splendid version of “Viva La Rock” as an encore during his terrific Japan tour. Filmed at Shinsekai in Tokyo on Saturday 18th May 2019. Mendoza is backed up by Conrado Pesinato (Out Of The Woods, ex-Graham Bonnet Band, Alcatrazz, Hardly Dangerous) on guitar and Kyle Hughes (Bumblefoot) on drums.
Roppongi Rocks premieres Junkyard Drive‘s brand new video for the track “Sucker For Your Love”. The song is from the Danish rockers’ album “Black Coffee” which has been released via Mighty Music.
Roppongi Rocks premieres former White Lion frontman Mike Tramp‘s new video for the track “Dead End Ride”. This is the first single from the Danish singer’s new album “Stray From The Flock”. The album will be released on 1st March via Target Records.
Roppongi Rocks premieres former Accept and Bonfire frontman David Reece‘s new video for the track “Forest Through The Trees”. The song is from the Reece album “Resilient Heart” which was recently released via Mighty Music. Reece will tour in Germany and Switzerland in February as the opening act for original Accept singer Udo Dirkschneider.
Roppongi Rocks premieres the video for the track “Edge of Time” by American melodic progressive rock band Ghost Ship Octavius, featuring Matthew Wicklund (ex-Warrel Dane, Armageddon) on guitar, Van Williams (ex-Nevermore, Armageddon) on drums and Adōn Fanion on vocals and guitar. A full studio album will be released on Mighty Music in February.
Roppongi Rocks premieres former Accept singer David Reece‘s new video for the track “Two Coins and a Dead Man”. The track is taken from his latest album “Resilient Heart” which is out now via Mighty Music. Reece will tour in Germany and Switzerland in February as the opening act for original Accept singer Udo Dirkschneider.