Watch Volbeat Play Their First Show With Former Slayer Drummer Jon Dette
VOLBEAT played their first show with the former KILLER and WILL drummer Jon Dette last night (Saturday Jan 29) at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland, Oregon. Debt fills for VOLBEATis the usual drummer of Jon Larsen, who tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, earlier in the week.
Fan-filmed video of the Portland concert can be seen below.
VOLBEAT canceled its show on Friday, January 29 at Ford Idaho Center Arena in Nampa, Idaho following Feedbackthe diagnosis.
VOLBEATof the US tour co-headlining with PHANTOM will end on March 3 in Anaheim, California.
VOLBEATit is “The Shotgun Blues” excerpt from the group’s latest album, “Spirit Servant”, has recently exceeded both the Billboard mainstream rock and Mediabase Active Rock charts, the Danish/American band’s tenth chart-topper, and cemented VOLBEAT‘s record for having the most No. 1 singles on the Mainstream Rock chart by an artist based outside of North America.
Revolver called “Spirit Servant” “excellent… the darkest and heaviest VOLBEAT still offers.” For the LP, the group, which consists of Michael Poulsen (guitar, vocals), Feedback, Rob Caggiano (guitars) and Kaspar Boye Larsen (bass), took his signature heavy metal, psychobilly and punk ‘n’ roll up a notch while showcasing Poulsenhis great ability to write songs and tell stories. “Rarely has a successful band been so voracious,” says Kerrang! album review.
“Spirit Servant” was written and recorded during the shutdown and quarantine necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The LP includes the “double barrel” of summer songs the band released last June: “Wait a minute girl” and “Dagen For” (with Stine Bramsen), the first of which became the band’s ninth number-one single on the Billboard Mainstream rock map.
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