On Friday (March 28), a number of major rock festivals revealed that Motorhead and Skindred had bowed out of their events due to "circumstances beyond our control." Skindred are now talking about their exit from the Rock on the Range and Rocklahoma festivals, revealing that they're not exactly happy about how things went down.
There's been a little bit of lineup adjusting for some of the major rock festivals taking place in the coming months. The big news is that Motorhead and Skindred will both be missing out on some of their scheduled appearances at several of the 'World's Loudest Month' festivals.
Skindred are set to unleash their fifth studio album, 'Kill the Power,' and the band is raising the bar even higher on their ragga-metal sounds. Loudwire recently spoke with frontman Benji Webbe about the creation of the 'Kill the Power' album and he also opened up about the band's live shows, unveiled plans for several ancillary projects and discussed how deejaying has affected his approach to ma
After revealing the lineup for this year's Rise Above Fest last week, Seether have unveiled more tour dates. Their Spring North American tour launches April 18 in Huntington, N.Y. Tickets go on sale Friday, Feb. 7 at this location.