DEF LEPPARD’s New Album ‘Diamond Star Halos’ Ranks #1 On Billboard’s Hard Rock Chart

Def Leppard 2022
Photo credit: Anton Corbijn

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame®-inducted icons and rock music legends DEF LEPPARD’s twelfth studio album Diamond Star Halos [UMe] has debuted on at #1 on Billboard’s Hard Rock Chart. The album also scored a Top 10 debut on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart, marking the band’s eighth Top 10 album of their career.

This summer, DEF LEPPARD will co-headline the massive 36 city The Stadium Tour with MÖTLEY CRÜE joined by special guests Poison and Joan Jett set to kick off June 16th in Atlanta, GA.

2022 is the year of DEF LEPPARD.  Check out the full track listing for Diamond Star Halos below.

TRACKLISTING:

1.        Take What You Want
2.        Kick
3.        Fire It Up
4.        This Guitar [feat. Alison Krauss]5.        SOS Emergency
6.        Liquid Dust
7.        U Rok Mi
8.        Goodbye For Good This Time
9.        All We Need
10.      Open Your Eyes
11.      Gimme A Kiss
12.      Angels (Can’t Help You Now)
13.      Lifeless [feat. Alison Krauss]14.      Unbreakable
15.      From Here To Eternity

TOUR DATES:

6/16    Atlanta, GA                              Truist Park
6/18    Miami Gardens, FL                   Hard Rock Stadium
6/19    Orlando, FL                              Camping World Stadium
6/22    Washington, D.C.                     Nationals Park
6/24    Flushing, NY                             Citi Field
6/25    Philadelphia, PA                       Citizens Bank Park
6/28    Charlotte, NC                           Bank of America Stadium
6/30    Nashville, TN                            Nissan Stadium
7/2      Jacksonville, FL                        TIAA Bank Field
7/5      St. Louis, MO                           Busch Stadium
7/8      Chicago, IL                               Wrigley Field
7/10    Detroit, MI                               Comerica Park
7/12    Hershey, PA                             Hersheypark Stadium
7/14    Cleveland, OH                          FirstEnergy Stadium
7/15    Cincinnati, OH                          Great American Ball Park
7/17    Milwaukee, WI                         American Family Field
7/19    Kansas City, MO                       Kauffman Stadium
7/21    Denver, CO                              Coors Field
8/5      Boston, MA                              Fenway Park
8/6      Boston, MA                              Fenway Park
8/8      Toronto, ON                            Roger’s Centre
8/10    Orchard Park, NY                     Highmark Stadium
8/12    Pittsburgh, PA                          PNC Park
8/14    Minneapolis, MN                     U.S. Bank Stadium
8/16    Indianapolis, IN                       Lucas Oil Stadium
8/19    Houston, TX                             Minute Maid Park
8/21    San Antonio, TX                      Alamodome
8/22    Arlington, TX                            Global Life Field
8/25    Glendale, AZ                            State Farm Stadium
8/27    Inglewood, CA                         SoFi Stadium
8/28    San Diego, CA                         Petco Park
8/31    Seattle, WA                             T-Mobile Park
9/2      Vancouver, BC                        BC Place
9/4      Edmonton, AB                          Commonwealth Stadium
9/7      San Francisco, CA                     Oracle Park
9/9      Las Vegas, NV                         Allegiant Stadium