Posts Tagged ‘Chameleon Club’

Lacey Sturm

After leaving Flyleaf in 2012 to focus on her family, Lacey Sturm stormed back onto the music scene in 2016 with Life Screams, her solo debut. It became the first solo female release to top the Billboard Hard Rock Albums chart, but her work didn’t end there. Last year also saw the release of her second book, The Mystery, following 2014’s The Reason. Even with her career taking off again, her family remains a priority; husband Josh Sturm plays guitar in her band (and is her primary songwriting partner), and their two young sons are on the road with them. When her headlining tour recently came to the Chameleon Club in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Live Metal’s Greg Maki got the latest from Lacey. (more…)

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Matt Snell of Five Finger Death Punch

Matt Snell of Five Finger Death Punch

FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH LIVE PHOTOS
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Review by Greg Maki
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The call: “Five Finger!” The response: “Death Punch!” The chant began to echo throughout the Chameleon Club soon after Nonpoint finished its 35-minute set. It was not a sign of audience disappointment with the band that just left the stage; Nonpoint gave a typically high-energy performance highlighted by a robust “Bullet with a Name” and had plenty of fans of its own in attendance. But with “The Bleeding” tearing up the airwaves for several months and a new single, “Never Enough,” just released to radio, there is a buzz, an excitement around Five Finger Death Punch, an anticipation from fans who might have had the chance to see them live only in small doses on last year’s Family Values Tour or on an arena tour with Korn. (more…)