Tag Archives: Winger

New & Noteworthy: Releases of Being – (5/5/2023 – 9/15/2023)

Posted by on September 16, 2023

    New & Noteworthy has returned! Metal Insider’s weekly column highlighting some of the newest rock and metal releases coming out each week. For this week’s list, we’re not only bringing you the week’s must-know releases, we’re taking you back to the albums that hit shelves since May that are worth a spin. These […]

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Monsters of Rock Cruise 2024: Joe Satriani, Extreme, The Darkness, and more added to lineup

Posted by on July 12, 2023

  The 2024 Monsters of Rock Cruise has been announced. Dubbed The Dirty Dozen, the cruise will set sail. on March 2nd, departing from Miami, Florida on the Roal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas, making it’s way to Ocho Rios, Jamaica and Nassau, Bahamas before returning on March 7th. Eddie Trunk will host next year’s […]

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Concert Calendar (6/20-6/25): A REALLY REALLY BIG SUMMER – Tom Keifer, Emperor, & more

Posted by on June 20, 2023

  Hey, guys! Ian here! Thanks for taking a moment of your chill session and checking out another finely crafted Metal Insider concert calendar. Between a cool Anvil show this past April and Tarja making her triumphant return to New York at the Gramercy Theatre on Saturday, needless to say we got pretty spoiled during […]

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Metal By Numbers: War Against Charts – 6/8/2023

Posted by on June 8, 2023

  Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. We’re back! The best way to return is with Metal By Numbers! Here are the notable debuts and sales from April 21st through May 26th.    May 26, 2023 Releases:   Notable Debuts: […]

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Winger share “It Comes Back Around” video

Posted by on April 6, 2023

  Winger have released a new video for their latest single, “It All Comes Back Around.” The track is taken from their upcoming album, Seven, out May 5th. The video was directed by Jack Sawyers and filmed in Nashville, just like their debut single, “Proud Desperado.” The album marks their first since 2014’s Better Days […]

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Rokisland Fest 2022 hits Key West featuring Brett Michaels, Night Ranger, Skid Row and more

Posted by on July 27, 2021

  RokIsland Fest 2022 is coming! This festival in paradise will kick off on January 14-17, 2022 in Key West, Florida. Legendary radio host and tv personality Eddie Trunk will host the event which will feature heavy metals greatest bands from the hair metal era. The first of its kind will see iconic acts like […]

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Winger Release Star-Studded Version of “Better Days Comin’”

Posted by on April 28, 2020

  With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we’re all wishing for better days. Now, progressive metal stalwarts Winger, along with some friends, is there to let you know that those days are on their way.  On Monday (27th), Winger released a new rendition of their song “Better Days Comin’” that features a hearty handful of familiar […]

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Spotify playlist: Witherfall’s favorite supergroups

Posted by on February 2, 2017

Witherfall, whose debut album Nocturnes and Requiems is out on February 10th, has a classic heavy sound to it that suggests the band has been around for longer than 2013, which is when the project first officially formed. Former White Wizzard members Joseph Michael and Jake Dryer got together with drummer Adam Sagan (Circle II Circle, Into […]

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Oh yeah, and Winger got a Grammy nomination yesterday…

Posted by on December 7, 2016

We were probably too busy reacting to the fact that Gojira picked up a a Grammy nomination for Magma to yesterday to notice what might have been the biggest surprise of the whole ceremony. Kip Winger is nominated for a Grammy – for Best Contemporary Classical Composition. Yes, that Winger, the one that Stewart liked on Beavis […]

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Metal By Numbers 4/30: The charts have seen better days

Posted by on April 30, 2014

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Winger and Sebastian Bach, huh? I would exclaim “What year is it?!” if not for the fact that there’s also a new Aborted album. Otherwise, it’s slim pickins in terms of debuts for this […]

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