Recording the new Chickenfoot album is on Joe Satriani's calendar. The guitarist has just finished a solo European tour, but he's also been working on new music for the Sammy Hagar-fronted group. 'Chickenfoot III' was released in September 2011.
The last time Michael Anthony was on 'That Metal Show,' his former Van Halen (and current Chickenfoot) bandmate Sammy Hagar didn't feel his friend went into quite enough detail about his departure from one of rock's most famous and successful bands.
Based on the six songs we’ve heard so far from the upcoming Deep Purple tribute album ‘Re-Machined: A Tribute to ‘Machine Head’,’ fans are in for a much bigger treat than the sometimes dubious cover album format often delivers.
There’s a whole lot of roll out before Chickenfoot can rock, and the band is giving fans a chance to see exactly how much effort goes in to preparing for a show before they ever step onstage.
With Chickenfoot in the midst of a brief overseas tour, the members of the band have been hitting the promotional trail, doing rounds of interviews in support of their latest release, ‘Chickenfoot III.’ And you know what that means: plenty of questions about the new Van Halen record. Chickenfoot singer (and ex-VH vocalist) Sammy Hagar has never been shy about expressing his opinions when it comes
Chickenfoot‘s new song ‘I Need a Job‘ would surely find agreeing ears at the Occupy protests nationwide, and the band says they’re not opposed to bringing it to them. In an interview with Aquarian writer Bryan Reesman, Sammy Hagar says he doesn’t support them, but his bandmates disagree.
Chickenfoot swung on by ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ on Thursday night to rock out two songs — ‘Big Foot’ and ‘Three and a Half Letters’ — from their recently released second album, ‘III.”
Chickenfoot, the rock supergroup featuring guitarist Joe Satriani, Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith and former Van Halen members Michael Anthony and Sammy Hagar, will release their new album on September 27th.