Shinedown and Three Days Grace may be co-headlining their current tour, but the third act on the bill isn't exactly your average opener. Veteran hard rock outfit P.O.D. has been playing alongside the two bands throughout both legs of their touring, making for a solid trifecta of rock acts. P.O.D.'s sets are making it worthwhile to get there early, and the band has enjoyed a set crossover of late with Shinedown's Zach Myers joining their performances to play their cover of U2's 'Bullet the Blue Sky.'
“You left me here like a chalk outline” – the chorus to the first single off of Three Days Grace latest disc ‘Transit of Venus’ rang out almost prophetic in nature as the band took the stage to ravage a rock-hungry New England crowd on a freezing February evening in Lowell, Mass., on Wednesday (Feb. 20).
P.O.D. may be homers for the San Diego Chargers, but with their team out of the playoff picture, they'll travel to Atlanta this weekend to serve up some hard-hitting rock for those in attendance at the NFC Championship game. The rockers have been chosen as the halftime performers at the event, in part, due to the popularity of one of their tracks during Falcons football games.
It's guaranteed to be one of the hottest tickets of early 2013, with Shinedown and Three Days Grace setting out on a co-headlining trek. Add in rock vets P.O.D. and you've got a truly special music package. Now, what if we told you that you could win a pair of tickets to the show of your choice on the upcoming trek? Sounds pretty great, huh?!
Waking up in sunny Key West Fla., after a serious night of partying was the case for some on the ship while others slept in and awoke to the sound of Lit in the afternoon to kick off the second day of music mayhem.
P.O.D. was scheduled to perform in Ventura, Calif. Sunday (Oct. 28), but canceled the gig after some controversy erupted with the venue. Originally scheduled for the Ventura County Fairgrounds, the Hell's Coming festival was moved to a smaller venue after fairground officials objected to the lyrical content of the P.O.D. song, 'Youth of the Nation.'