In a global exclusive, The Dead Daisies have premiered their ‘Dead and Gone’ video on Planet Rock.
The latest offshoot from the Australian-American band’s rip-roaring fourth studio album ‘Burn It Down’, ‘Dead and Gone’ is released to the world as a single today (22nd June).
Its proper horrorshow accompanying video melds footage of The Dead Daisies belting out the stomping rock n’ roll anthem alongside appearances from the undead, which were created, filmed and edited by legendary horror visionary Tony Valenzuela (Black Box TV, Villisca).
The live performance parts of the video were filmed at Black Box Music (Rammstein, 30 Seconds To Mars, Linkin Park, Marilyn Manson) with the zombie footage being added in Los Angeles at Daisyland studios.
Feast your eyes and ears on the video here:
Singer John Corabi says of the track: “Dead And Gone is one of those tracks that must be played LOUD!!! It’s got a great groove, and it’s basically about living life, (responsibly) having fun, and not letting ANYBODY judge you for wanting to have a great time!!!!”
Having triumphed on their April 2018 UK tour, The Dead Daisies will rock Steelhouse Festival this summer appearing on a Sunday bill that boasts Black Star Riders, The Wildhearts, The Quireboys, Massive Wagons, Mason Hill, The Dust Coda and more. Get tickets here.
They will then see out 2018 on a high by headlining Planet Rockstock on Sunday 2nd December. Planet Rockstock day and weekend tickets (without accommodation) are on sale from Planet Rock Tickets now.