Godsmack are currently on tour with the traveling Uproar Festival with Shinedown, Staind, Papa Roach and many more. During the Aug. 31 date in Pittsburgh, Pa., a shirtless fan jumped onstage during Godsmack's set, and after running around a bit, placed a hat atop the head of frontman Sully Erna. Multiple security guards tackled the fan with the intensity of an NFL linebacker, which prompted Erna to stop midway through a song and give the guards a piece of his mind.
With a ridiculously jam-packed day that featured 14 bands on three different stages spread out over 10 nonstop hours of music, the 2012 Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival offers up one heck of a music equation resulting in only one thing - an overdose of rock.
Now in its third year, the 2012 class of Uproar Fes
As the summer gives way to fall, it's good to know that there's still some good times to be had and solid hard rock to be consumed at the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival. The trek just launched, but before things got underway singers Sully Erna from Godsmack, Brent Smith from Shinedown, and Rick DeJesus from Adelitas Way took part in a chat about the event at the Rockstar Uproar festival website.
It's good to be Godsmack! Shortly after the release of their latest live disc 'Live & Inspired’ in May, the Boston rockers are gearing up to spend the rest of the summer as a co-headliner on this year's Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR Festival, sharing the bill with an all-star cast that includes Shinedown, Staind, and Papa Roach.
One of the more fun and interesting parts of Godsmack's 'Live & Inspired' disc has been the cover songs they took on for the studio portion of the release. Having already shot up the charts with their take on Joe Walsh's 'Rocky Mountain Way,' the group is now moving on to their Beatles cover, 'Come Together.'