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Airbourne

Airbourne

Few bands today embody the pure rock ‘n’ roll spirit as fully as Airbourne. As drummer Ryan O’Keeffe told us, there was no alternative career path, no plan B. In late September, frontman Joel O’Keeffe injured his ankle in a fall from the stage, but there was no quitting. He finished the song, the show and the tour. Rock ‘n’ roll is in these Australians’ blood, and there’s no turning back for them. The band’s fourth album, Breakin’ Outta Hell, released Sept. 23, is filled with the same kind of loud, brazen, bluesy party anthems found on its first three efforts. Some things are better left unchanged. Airbourne wrapped up its U.S. headlining tour in October in Baltimore, and Live Metal’s Greg Maki sat down on the band’s bus with Ryan O’Keeffe to discuss the new record and more. (more…)

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Airbourne

Airbourne

Airbourne has confirmed its new album title, Breakin’ Outta Hell, also the title of the first single/video, along with a headline tour of North America for September and October. The tour will kick off in San Diego on Sept. 12 and conclude in Baltimore on Oct. 14, taking in 21 shows along the way. The new single will be released July 8.

The Australian outfit (led into action by brothers Joel and Ryan O’Keeffe, vocalist/lead guitarist and drummer, respectively; guitarist David Roads and bassist Justin Street complete the lineup) will launch its latest, fourth studio album, produced by Bob Marlette (who helmed the band’s Runnin’ Wild debut in 2007), and engineered and mixed by Mike Fraser, who has worked with Aerosmith, Van Halen, Metallica and more, worldwide this fall via a new deal with Spinefarm Records. (more…)