Last night glam-revivalists Steel Panther brought their All You Can Eat World Tour to the House of Blues in Boston for a night of partying like tomorrow was the end of the world. The All You Can Eat World Tour which already boasted a twenty-one song set, also brought along New Zealand rockers Like A Storm to get the packed house of Bostonians ready to rock. While you may have never heard of Like A Storm, any band that kicks their set off with a didgeridoo is worth taking note of. The band put on a nu-metal inspired set rocking tunes like "Love the Way You Hate Me" and "Wish You Hell." In addition to a unique didgeridoo/drum solo, the band also laid down covers of Coolio's "Gangsta's Paradise" and AC/DC's "TNT."
Following a crowd-hyping set from Like A Storm, Boston was ready for the LA rockers to take the stage. As the acoustic intro of "Pussywhipped" filled the House of Blues, fanthers on the scene got restless. The band proceeded to hit fans with "Party Like Tomorrow Is The End Of The World" and emotional balled "Fat Girl." Front-man Michael Starr kept vibes family-friendly when he enlisted the help of females in the crowd to perform "17 Girls In A Row" and "Gloryhole". Half-way through the set, the band showed their sensitive side and slowed things down for an acoustic mini-set of new tunes like "Kanye West" and crowd favorites "Stripper Girl." The band closed out their set with a hard hitting line up of "Asian Hooker," "Eyes of a Panther," "Death to All but Metal," "Community Property," and "Party All Day (Fuck All Night)." Aside from great tunes, Steel Panther lived up to the reputation of their action-packed live show featuring blistering solos driven by lead guitarist, Satchel; hilarious comedy, sexual tension, and engagement between the band and the crowd. At the end of the night, Steel Panther delivered on a night of Rock & Roll and debauchery which Boston won't be forgetting anytime soon.
HeadRush TV caught up with Michigan rockers I Prevail at the the Massive Addictive in Worcester, MA to talk tour life, their "Blank Space" cover, and recent record deal with Fearless Records. You can watch the up and comers talk about stories from the road, their recent success, beard-combs, and current EP Heart vs Mind below.
This past Friday Godsmack rolled into the DCU Center for a hometown throw-down featuring Papa Roach and Hellyeah. The spring tour comes in support of Godsmack latest album 1000HP and Papa Roach offering favorites from their current full-length F.E.A.R..
As expected from a band who chose the name Hellyeah, Chad Grey and company took the stage with ferocity hitting fans up with new slammers like "Sangre Por Sangre" and "Moth", as well as crowd favorites like "You Wouldn't Know". After the short but oh so sweet set from Hellyeah, fans were primed for the next hard rocking set on the bill. After a quick EDM mood setter, Papa Roach wasted no time letting fans no they were in the building. The California rockers opened up with the title track of their latest album "Face Everything and Rise". Roachers got more than they bargained for as the band delivered on the perfect blend of new and old tunes, playing ballads like "Forever" and "Gravity" and pit-starters like "Last Resort" and "...To Be Loved". After the twelve song set, the metal crazed crowd in Worcester was charged and ready for their hometown heroes The arena was filled by the tune of ACDC's "For Those About To Rock" followed by a hammering "Generation Day". The local headliners delivered on their hard hitting reputation with tracks like "1000hp", "The Enemy", "Speak" and "Keep Away". The band also brought along their trademark "Batalla de los Tambores" featuring frontman Sully Erna in a drum battle with stickman Shannon Larkin. Despite curfew cut-off from DCU Center the all-star line up delivered on a night of hard-hitting rock and roll which, fans won't be forgetting anytime soon.
Remaining Spring 2015 Godsmack Tour Dates:
5/12 — Montclair, N.J. — The Wellmont Theater [Pre-sale live 2/11]
5/13 — Rochester, N.Y. — Main Street Armory*^ [Pre-sale live 2/11]
5/15 — Saginaw, Mich. — Dow Event Center^ [Pre-sale live 2/11]
5/16 — Columbus, Ohio — Rock on the Range
5/17 — Chicago, Ill. — Aragon Ballroom# [Pre-sale live 2/11]
5/19 — Moline, Ill. — iWireless Center^# [Pre-sale live 2/11]
5/20 — Brookings, S.D. — Swiftel Center^# [Pre-sale live 2/4]
5/22 — Pryor, Okla. — Rocklahoma
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