Black Veil Brides are now one win away from adding another song to the Cage Match Hall of Fame. In a heated battle, the band's current single 'We Don't Belong' emerged victorious over the Pretty Reckless' 'Heaven Knows' to make it four straight Cage Match wins. But they have a pretty solid opponent standing in their way this week.
Disturbed's 'Stupify' just extended its win streak to four in the last Classic Cage Match, besting Linkin Park's 'One Step Closer' in a battle of songs from the year 2000. Can David Draiman and company complete their run to the Classic Cage Match Hall of Fame with their fifth straight victory? There's just one song standing in their way.
Black Veil Brides could be on their way to the Cage Match Hall of Fame. The band's latest song 'We Don't Belong' just won the third of five matches needed to reach the vaunted goal. But they had a fight on their hands in the previous battle as We Butter the Bread With Butter's 'Meine Brille' gave them all they could handle. Can they keep the streak alive?
It couldn't get much closer in the previous battle, as a furious late rally by Disturbed kept their Classic Cage Match streak alive. 'Stupify' earned just shy of 51 percent of the final tally, edging out A Perfect Circle's 'Judith.' David Draiman, Dan Donegan and company will now send their rhythmically powerful 'Stupify' back into the Classic Cage Match against another breakout hit from the year 2000.
Black Veil Brides are rolling! The band's latest single 'We Don't Belong' just collected its second Cage Match victory, this time besting A Day to Remember's 'Right Back At It Again.' Does the track have what it takes to make the Cage Match Hall of Fame? We'll soon find out as they take the next step against a new opponent.
It was a hotly contested battle all week long, but Disturbed's 'Stupify' overtook Godsmack's 'Awake' following a late-week rally to emerge victorious in the last Classic Cage Match. The hard rocking single from 2000 featuring Dan Donegan's driving riffs and David Draiman's rhythmically lyrical delivery has now taken two Classic Cage Match battles in hopes of making it to the Classic Cage Match Hall of Fame.
Congrats to Disturbed, as their classic song 'Stupify' bested Papa Roach's 'Last Resort' in a tight match of 2000 singles in the Classic Cage Match. The heavy driving guitar from Dan Donegan and rhythmically lyrical vocal delivery of David Draiman on 'Stupify' still stands up well over a decade since its release. The song will now advance to face another massive song from 2000.
Welcome back! After taking a break for the holidays, Cage Match is ready to rock again in 2014! We pit two new rock singles against each other to see which one will survive and advance to the next round.