Posts Tagged ‘Nothing More’

MONSTER ENERGY STAGE WEST: Devour the Day (live photos), The Glorious Sons (live photos), Atreyu (live photos), In This Moment (live photos), Papa Roach (live photos), Godsmack (live photos), Rob Zombie (live photos)

MONSTER ENERGY STAGE EAST: Red Sun Rising (live photos), Nothing More (live photos), Pop Evil (live photos), Bring Me the Horizon (live photos), Five Finger Death Punch (live photos), Korn (live photos)

TENT STAGE: Zombie KidzUnlocking the TruthFrom Ashes to NewCharm City DevilsSuperheavenButcher BabiesSaint AsoniaHollywood Undead

Review by Jeff Maki

Can we end the debate now? Rock ‘n’ roll will never die. Metal will never die. Didn’t anybody listen to Neil Young? Didn’t anybody listen to Ronnie James Dio? If that isn’t enough, I have further proof in the 26,000 fans who attended the sold-out 2015 Rock Allegiance festival at PPL Park in Chester, Pennsylvania. Featuring living legends Rob Zombie, Korn and Godsmack, current rock bands carrying the torch like Five Finger Death Punch and Bring Me the Horizon, along with a lineup of other mainstays and up-and-coming bands, Rock Allegiance was a nonstop day celebrating rock and metal. (more…)


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Shindig Music Festival. Photos by Greg Maki. (more…)

Set times for this year’s Shindig Music Festival, set for Saturday, Sept. 19, in Baltimore’s Carroll Park and featuring headliners Godsmack and Stone Temple Pilots, have been announced. The event will feature two stages with live music from 1 to 11 p.m. and no overlapping sets.

Gates will open at noon. Set times are as follows. (more…)

Sully Erna of Godsmack

Sully Erna of Godsmack

This year’s Shindig Music Festival, set for Saturday, Sept. 19, in Baltimore’s Carroll Park, will feature headliners Godsmack and Stone Temple Pilots.

The lineup also includes Anthrax, Chevelle, Helmet, Reverend Horton Heat, Nothing More, Crobot and another band that will be announced after May 16. Local acts Silvertung, Black Angel Down and More to Monroe fill out the bill. (more…)


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Five Finger Death Punch, from left: Jeremy Spencer, Jason Hook, Ivan Moody, Chris Kael and Zoltan Bathory.

Five Finger Death Punch, from left: Jeremy Spencer, Jason Hook, Ivan Moody, Chris Kael and Zoltan Bathory.

Rock stardom wasn’t quite what Five Finger Death Punch drummer Jeremy Spencer thought it would be. While the band was on a quick ascent to the top of the metal mountain, he was descending into a personal of drugs and alcohol. Partying became his life, taking over so much that he dreaded his time onstage doing the only job he had ever wanted. It took a trip close to the edge for Spencer to decide to turn his life around and get the help he needed. Part of his therapy included putting his story on paper, a story that recently was published in his book, Death Punch’d: Surviving Fiver Finger Death Punch’s Metal Mayhem. Spencer pulls no punches and takes himself to task more than anyone else as he details what led him to where he is today. Now approaching three years of sobriety, he’s healthy and focused as Death Punch, supporting its two 2013 releases (The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell volumes one and two), gears up for a co-headlining tour with Volbeat and looks ahead to its next album. Live Metal’s Greg Maki caught up with Spencer to talk about the book, his sobriety, the tour and more. (more…)


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Five Finger Death Punch and Volbeat announced Monday, May 6, that they will join forces this fall on a co-headlining arena tour across North America, kicking off Sept. 16 and running through October. Live Metal will hit the Sept. 25 show at the Baltimore Arena in Baltimore, Md.

The tour also will feature Hellyeah and Nothing More. (more…)