Two weeks are up and a lot has happened.

New album releases come from THE BIG DEAL, VISIONS OF ATLANTIS, ANNIKEN, JANI LIIMATAINEN, LORD OF THE LOST and HALESTORM. Songs from each of those releases are on the record.

There have been new single releases from GRIMGOTTS, THERION, FORTUS VENTUS, VOLTURIAN and DARTAGNAN.

FELLOWSHIP have recently been signed to Scarlet Records so to celebrate this, a song of theirs is on the list.

James Labrie, Devin Townsend, Charlotte Wessels, David Wallin (HAMMERFALL) and André Olbrich (BLIND GUARDIAN) all celebrated birthdays within these two weeks. Songs from their respective bands or that they featured in can be found on the list.

This week, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER announced the sad news of the tragic passing of their vocalist Trevor Scott Strnad. Our thoughts go out to his family, friends, fans and anyone who had met him. To honour this news, the list ends with one of their songs.

See you on the next playlist. In the meantime, look after yourselves and stay safe.

Rock Out Stand Out Playlist – 15.05.2022

Fortis Ventus – Cave Of Glass
HammerFall – Last Man Standing
Visions Of Atlantis – In My World
Jani Liimatainen feat. Tony Kakko – All Dreams Are Born To Die
Kamelot feat. Charlotte Wessels – Under Grey Skies
Blind Guardian – Mirror Mirror
Volturian – Empty World
Devin Townsend Project – Lucky Animals
dArtagnan – Tanz in den Mai
Thy Kingdom Will Burn – Nothing Remains
The Big Deal – Power On
Anniken – Keep The Light
Dream Theatre – Pull Me Under
Fellowship – Glint
Grimgotts – Ignite The Flames
Therion – Litany Of The Fallen
Lord Of The Lost – Children Of The Damned
Halestorm – Back From The Dead
KISS – Rock And Roll All Nite
The Black Dahlia Murder – Everything Went Black

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