Northern Invasion Rock and Camping Festival Headliners Include Shinedown and Korn

Buzz 14:43PM EDT

On Saturday, May 14 and Sunday, May 15, 2016, at the Somerset Amphitheater in Somerset, Wisconsin, Disturbed, Rob Zombie, Korn, Shinedown and Chevelle are slated to headline the Northern Invasion Rock and Camping Festival.READ MORE

Godsmack's Sully Erna

Louder Than Life Announces Rob Zombie, Godsmack, ZZ Top as Headliners

Buzz 15:07PM EDT

Louisville's Louder Than Life Festival will return for a second year, this time featuring headlining slots from ZZ Top, Rob Zombie and Godsmack. Shinedown, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Slash (as well as Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators) are also listed among the top acts at the event this year.READ MORE


2015 Rise Above Fest Will Feature Seether, Godsmack, Slash, More to Promote Suicide Awareness

Buzz 13:08PM EDT

Next May will mark the third edition of Seether's Rise Above Fest, which raises money for suicide awareness. The first two go-rounds were solid — the group raised roughly $70,000 total for the cause — but this spring is sure to be the biggest spectacle yet in Bangor, Maine. The group has already recruited Godsmack, Slash and Papa Roach, among others. "It seems to be picking up a lot more steam, to a point where it's certainly bigger than we were thinking it was ever going to become," Seether's Shaun Morgan told "Billboard." The site reports Morgan was inspired to start the festival after his brother succumbed to depression and committed suicide in 2007. "I think there's going to be a lot more turnout, even, just judging by the bands who are going to be on the bill," Morgan said. "They're certainly of a very high caliber and a very high standard — not that the ones before weren't, but we're getting big names involved now, so that's really kind of exciting."READ MORE

Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach

Papa Roach, Seether Announce Joint 2015 Tour Dates [FULL SCHEDULE]

Buzz 13:02PM EDT

Nu-metal veterans Papa Roach have just announced a co-headlining tour with South African rockers Seether, "Billboard" reports, which will stretch for about a month in early 2015. The joint tour kicks off Jan. 9, 2015, in Orlando and finishes Feb. 7 in Las Vegas. Check out the full schedule below. "I think our bands go really well together," Seether bassist Dale Stewart tells "Billboard." "I think we complement each other. I think it should be a good show." Los Angeles trio Kyng will open every date.READ MORE

Trey Songz can afford that shirt now.

Trey Songz Staves Off Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith; Robin Thicke Pulls Off Impressive Mathematical Accomplishment

Genres 12:06PM EDT

Things have calmed down a little on the Billboard 200 after three straight weeks featuring new releases topping more than 150,000 in opening week sales. Trey Songz still managed to set a high bar with his new album Trigga, which sold 105,000 copies.READ MORE

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