Letlive singer Jason Butler is one of rock’s most impressive young frontmen. Known for being road warriors, Letlive have gained an even bigger cult following since the release of their latest album ‘The Blackest Beautiful.’ Their fans are die-hard and Butler’s energy will undoubtedly inspire future performers attending their shows.
Offering up one of the most anticipated tours of the fall, Avenged Sevenfold rolled into the TD Garden in Boston last night (Oct. 9) – six-string's blazing. Only adding to the tour’s mass appeal were the addition of opening acts Deftones and Ghost B.C., making for a triple bill of royal proportions.
It was about as close as you could get, but Deftones put an end to the Cage Match winning streak of Volbeat. 'Romantic Dreams' edged out 'Lola Montez' with just shy of 51 percent of the final vote. Can Deftones make it two-for-two?
Volbeat are rolling with 'Lola Montez,' but they had a close scare from Stone Temple Pilots with Chester Bennington, who came up just a few percentage points shy of overtaking the returning champs. Now, aiming for their third straight Cage Match victory, can Volbeat be stopped?
Deftones may not appear in the video for their new single 'Romantic Dreams,' but their stamp is still all over the clip. The video serves as both a showcase for the new song and for the skateboarding prowess of Jason Park.
It's one of the hottest rock tickets of the fall and we want you to be able check out Avenged Sevenfold up close and personal. Loudwire and Noisecreep have teamed up with A7X to give you the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to the show of your choosing on the band's fall trek.
Earlier this month Avenged Sevenfold whet the appetite of their rabid fanbase with the announcement that they would be hitting the road in October. The band revealed some of the details for their ‘Hail to the King’ fall tour run with Deftones and Ghost B.C. including the dates and cities, but now A7X have confirmed the specific venues and ticket onsale dates.
Following an exciting Day 1 in which Metallica played their 1983 debut album 'Kill 'Em All' during a surprise set under the name 'dehaan,' Day 2 of the Orion Music + More Festival on Sunday (June 9) at Belle Isle in Detroit featured more stellar performances.
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