Who said rock was dead!?
Try telling that to The Dead Daisies.
The band’s latest album Holy Ground hit the global rock charts and climbed to spine-tingling heights with the best results for any of the bands’ albums to date!
Holy Ground cracked number 3 on the US Billboard Current Hard Music, No.
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This week in HEAVY we catch up with Wardruna to talk about their spectacular new album Kvitravn which hit the shelves late last week.
In music news System of a Down announce a massive Livestream event, plus plans to release another single plus Soulfly give us news on…Continue Reading

The Dead Daisies have been busy during the COVID pandemic, teasing fans with singles from their long-awaited new album – the first to feature Glenn Hughes on vocals.
Guitarist Doug Aldrich sat down with HEAVY during the week, guitar in hand, to run us through the bands’ new album Holy Ground, which…Continue Reading

Some big news as far as releases go this week, and HEAVY has interviews with some of the major players!
Doug Aldrich from The Dead Daisies chats about their upcoming album Holy Ground, while Inglorious stop in to chat about their new belter of an album We Will…Continue Reading

The Dead Daisies have gone from strength to strength since the release of their self-titled album in 2013.
They have released four studio, one live and one covers album to a growing army of fans worldwide and are praised by the global media in an era where Rock has been declared dead…Continue Reading

The Dead Daisies have released their third single this year, “Holy Ground”.
“Holy Ground” was the first song written by Glenn Hughes for the pre-production sessions for next years album of the same name which will be out on January 22.
Glenn says of the song: “Holy Ground has an intense groove, dramatic…Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY DIGIMAG #120 HERE Welcome to edition #120 It’s been a big week in metal all things considered. This week HEAVY chatted with Phil Campbell and Perth outfit Chaos Divine about their new albums, as well as updates from The Dead Daisies and new isolation supergroup CrisisAct. News brokeContinue Reading