The frontiers of rock and roll have gotten together to bring life back into a supposedly dead genre. Gaining inspiration from the 70s and early 80s rock and metal, longtime members of the HIP family The Dead Daisies hold the torch for rock and roll as we know it. The band is composed of members from highly prestigious rock bands such as Whitesnake, Dio, Mötley Crüe, The Scream, Thin Lizzy, Journey, Bad English, Hardline, Red Phoenix and Mink. They blend their backgrounds and influences to produce a sound that is heavy in rebellion, goes hard in the lyrics, and displays introspective visuals for a perfect collective and conceptual image.
Since 2013, The Dead Daisies have paved their own path for success. Currently, the band is comprised of guitarist Doug Aldrich, singer John Corabi, bassist Marco Mendoza, drummer Deen Castronovo, and rhythm guitarist David Lowy. Their discography is complete with four studio albums with the most recent, Burn It Down, released this spring. Obviously extremely talented, dedicated and passionate about the real art behind music sonically, visually, and creatively they’re respected as “Rock Gods.” The Dead Daises have been touring the entire world regularly, playing festivals like Download UK, Hellfest France, Graspop Belgium, Sweden Rock and the Wacken & Band Your Head Festivals in Germany. Working alongside prestigious bands such as Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd, KISS, Def Leppard, and many more, it was no wonder why they were the first American rock band to be let back into Cuba after the embargo was lifted.