System Of A Down, Incubus, Korn, Evanescence and Deftones will headline Sick New World Festival, a new music festival in 2023 featuring some of the biggest names in nu-metal. Among the dozens of bands on the bill, it will mark the reunions of both Flyleaf with lacey Sturm and Coal Chamber. The event will be held on Saturday, May 13, 2023 at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds in Las Vegas, Nevada. This was the site of the recent When We Were Young Festival, that was forced to cancel one day of the fest due to high winds.
“Starting to feel normal again, feels good.” These words were spoken by Pete Loeffler, the front man for Chevelle, during their set at the Orange Loop Festival in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He is right in that people are attending festivals again but this is a new one.
Orange Loop Rock Festival, presented by LincStar Events has unveiled its daily lineup for the debut fest this summer. Taking place at the Showboat Festival Grounds outside the Showboat Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The weekend-long celebration of rock music and hair metal will feature iconic acts such as Stone Temple Pilots, Chevelle, Puddle of Mudd, Hoobastank, Hinder, John 5 and the Creatures, Stephen Pearcy, Great White, Doro, and more. Daily tickets are on sale now at the link below! Continue reading →
Created in 2012 by Everclear frontman, Art Alexakis– The Summerland Tour returns this week! This year’s tour features Everclear, Living Colour, Hoobastank, and Wheatus, kicks off this Thursday, July 1, at the House of Blues in Boston, MA. The tour will make its way through cities such as Chicago, Houston, Cincinnati and Kansas City, to name a few, and will eventually extend through early October as COVID mandates are lifted and more dates are added.
Hoobastank just completed a tour of the UK with Buckcherry, supporting their 2018 album Push Pull, out now on Napalm Records. Ghost Cult’s DJ Astrocreep met up with vocalist Doug Robb and guitarist Dan Estrin for a wide-ranging interview. The guys discussed their new album, their approach to recording, the band dynamics, coping with the success and expectations of their hit 2003 album The Reason (Island Records) social media pitfalls, and more! Continue reading →
Another early doors gig, as Hoobastank and Buckcherry hit Manchester, with support from Adelita’s Way. A bit warmer than my visit a week or two earlier and time for a chat with joint headliner Hoobastank prior to the gig – with Doug and Dan proving to be excellent company for the almost 30 minutes I end up chatting with them, the results of which will be on an upcoming Ghost Cult Podcast. After the chat, it is back down the stairs to take up what almost feels like my reserved spot at the barrier, ready for some entertainment.Continue reading →
Who can forget Hoobastank’s 2003’s Grammy nominated hit ‘The Reason?’ The band, which hails from Agoura, Calif.—the neighboring suburb of Los Angeles that brought you Incubus and Linkin Park—hasn’t had the same success since the release of their second album by the same name. They have released three studio albums since, toured with Velvet Revolver, opened for Creed’s reunion tour in 2009 and found themselves back on the Billboard 200 chart with 2012’s Fight or Flight (Open E). Teaming up with producer, Matt Wallace (Faith No More, Maroon 5) the quartet is back trying to stay relevant with Push Pull (Napalm). Continue reading →
Rockers Hoobastank has signed a new album deal with Napalm Records and will release Push Pull this spring. You can check out the first single and lyric video now for ‘More Beautiful’ below. Continue reading →
Loudwire Music Festival will be throwing their inaugural three day, multi stage rock festival on Friday, June 26- Sunday, June 28, 2015 at Jam Ranch (near Grand Junction, CO). Artists confirmed for the event include:
Linkin Park Rob Zombie Weezer A Day To Remember Halestorm Theory of a Deadman Chevelle In This Moment Hinder All That Remains Nothing More Hoobastank Bobaflex The Chimpz One – The Only Tribute to Metallica 3 Pill Morning The Comedown Otherwise Wayland Righteous Vendetta Scarlet & The Harlots The Blackfires Vajra Menew Splitfist Zam Trip