DANKO JONES New Album ‘Rock And Roll Is Black and Blue’ Streaming Now

Today marks the United States release of the highly-anticipated new album by DANKO JONES, entitled Rock And Roll Is Black And Blue. In celebration of today’s release, Revolver Magazine is streaming the album in full. Head to Revolvermag.com to listen to the entire album right now, and afterward, purchase the album on iTunes or Amazon, or stream it on Spotify!

The first single from the album Rock And Roll Is Black And Blue, entitled ‘Just A Beautiful Day’, is currently making waves on radio stations around the globe. Last week, a video for the single directed by the Diamond Bros premiered with Loudwire.com! The video is still available for viewing now at Loudwire.com. Remember, a free download of the single is still available at www.dankojones.com.

DANKO JONES’ new DVD, Bring on the Mountain, and the short film from that DVD featuring the likes of Elijah Wood, Lemmy Kilmister (Motorhead) and more, The Ballad of Danko Jones, will be showing at several film festivals this fall! See below for a full listing of showings at a festival near you:

September 28 – Oct 9, London @ Raindance UK – Ballad of Danko Jones

October 4 – 11, Louisville, KY @ The Louisville Int’l Film Fest – Ballad of Danko Jones

October 12, Venice, CA @ Other Venice Film Festival – Ballad of Danko Jones

October 13, Venice, CA @ Other Venice Film Festival – Bring on the Mountain

October 13, 3.00 PM, Tucson, AZ @ Tucson Film & Music Festival – Ballad of Danko Jones

October 13, 9.30 PM , Tucson, AZ @ Tucson Film & Music Festival – Bring on the Mountain

Make sure to keep up with DANKO JONES online:
www.dankojones.com
www.rockandrollisblackandblue.com
www.facebook.com/dankojones
www.twitter.com/dankojones

Danko Jones: Bring on the Mountain DVD is a Must See

Seems like every band has a documentary about them these days. Some of them are riveting and some of them are just merely lame promo videos. But, lately it seems like efforts from everybody like Foo Fighters to Kings of Leon to Lemmy have produced fascinating looks into the lives and trappings of being in a band.
Well, add Danko Jones to the list of must see DVD’s. (check out a preview here). We here at PMM got a special preview and fell in love with the doc and Danko Jones’ music.
Bring on the Mountain keeps your attention from beginning to end and has some truly introspective and honest moments.
How Danko Jones built their rep and tackled the business really will take you aback, especially the way things happen on the fast and furious track of social media today. Artistic differences, producer problems, collaboraters, tours all over the world, studio shots, lyrical insight, Spinal Tap moments, every element one craves for in a visual history of a band is there. One of our favorite quotes has to be, “We’ll leave the saving the world to Bono” when talking about how they just want to rock and entertain. It’s amazing that DJ has the amount of video archives to draw from over their 15 year career. We cannot stress enough how much you need to check the doc out.

Canadian rock phenomenon DANKO JONES’s DVD collection, Bring On The Mountain, is in stores now and definitely worth picking up if you are a fan of DJ or just a fan of music. The two-disc DVD features a comprehensive 90 minute documentary spanning the band’s incredible career, including a slew of exclusive live clips from some of their most memorable performances from around the world. In order to give their fans the best viewing experience possible, the band has blended the greatest clips and moments captured on video throughout their career—forming the outstanding DVD that rabid DANKO JONES fans have been clamoring for. Shot by the Diamond Bros., the documentary offers a unique insight into the ups and downs of one of the hardest working bands around today.

An extra special treat for fans comes in the format of a short film titled The Ballad of Danko Jones. Based on Danko Jones’ most recent video trilogy, the film features actors Elijah Wood, Selma Blair, Ralph Macchio, Jena Malone, musicians Lemmy (Motorhead), Mike Watt (Minutemen, fIREHOSE), and many other familiar faces. All 19 music videos the band has ever made, including videos that have not been available in over 10 years, are also included.

DANKO JONES recently wrapped up recording a new album at Noble Street Studios in their hometown of Toronto, ON with producer Matt DeMatteo, and is currently in Vancouver working on the final mixes with engineer Mike Fraser. The currently untitled album is expected to be released early fall 2012.