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Check out Dio spin-off band Last in Line’s new cover of The Beatles’ “A Day in the Life”

todayAugust 1, 2022

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The Dio spin-off group Last in Line has released a heavy-rock cover of The Beatles‘ classic 1967 song “A Day in the Life” as an advance single from a new EP that’s due out on November 11.

“A Day in the Life” is available now via digital formats, while a visually evocative companion music video has debuted on the earMUSIC label’s official YouTube channel.

The A Day in the Life EP will feature four songs, including the title track, the new song “Hurricane Orlagh” and live versions of two Last in Line tunes — “Devil in Me” and “Give Up the Ghost” — that first appeared on their earlier studio albums.

The EP, which can be preordered now, will be available digitally and as a limited-edition silver-vinyl disc. Only 3,000 copies of the vinyl EP will be produced.

Last in Line features two Dio alums — longtime Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell and ex-Black Sabbath drummer Vinny Appice — as well as singer Andrew Freedman and one-time Ozzy Osbourne bassist Phil Soussan.

Last in Line also has plans for a 2022 fall U.S. tour that’s mapped out from a September 23 concert in Laconia, New Hampshire, through a November 12 show in Columbus, Ohio.

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