This February, Van Halen finally put out their first album with David Lee Roth in nearly thirty years, A Different Kind of Truth.
They said it couldn't be done in a million years, but somehow Van Halen actually finished an album, released it, and have been on tour in the US for several months now without killing each other.
In today’s music biz, having a hit on the charts can mean even greater success than before, especially considering nobody’s actually buying music these days.
With Van Halen's new album, A Different Kind of Truth, finally unleashed on the world February 7, and with big first week sales projections in an era when nobody's buying any music at all, the band is indeed finally back.
I'm certain all Van Halen die-hards have these dates memorized by now, but just in case, their first new album with David Lee Roth since 1984, A Different Kind of Truth, goes live on February 7.
For a long time in the Van Halen camp, things looked very shaky at best that they'd ever be able to hold it together and get an album finished, let alone out in the world.
After years of speculation and unanswered questions, Van Halen with David Lee Roth back on vocals played a warm up show on January 5 at Café Wha?