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In This Moment’s Maria Brink and P.O.D.’s Sonny Sandoval Offer Scoop on ShipRocked 2012

Liz Ramanand, Loudwire It’s no secret that this year’s ShipRocked lineup is one not to be missed, and In This Moment  singer Maria Brink and P.O.D. frontman Sonny Sandoval both agree. During this summer’s Uproar Festival, Loudwire had the chance to talk to both vocalists about their upcoming appearance at ShipRocked 2012. It’s Brink’s second time setting sail and Sandoval’s first, and both expressed an equal level of enthusiasm for the upcoming trip. Along with In This Moment and P.O.D., the lineup also features  Korn , Godsmack , Five Finger Death Punch , Sevendust and much more. The ship sets sail Nov. 27 from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and makes stops in Key West, Fla., and Nassau, Bahamas, before returning on Dec. 1. For information on reservations, the itinerary, the performances and much more, check out GetShipRocked.com . Watch Maria Brink and Sonny Sandoval Talk about Shiprocked 2012 Video shot for Loudwire by Derek Soto, Sinestra Studios . [button href=”http://loudwire.com/godsmack-shannon-larkin-talks-shiprocked-uproar-sully-erna-vocal-cords/” title=”Next: Godsmack Drummer Shannon Larkin on Shiprocked 2012″ align=”center”]

Daily Reload: Godsmack, Metallica + More

Today in the Daily Reload: Godsmack’s Shannon Larkin serves up some exclusive dish about their upcoming ShipRocked and Uproar Festival plans, and he gives us an update on the vocal condition of singer Sully Erna. Also we learn that Australia is the perfect place to be next February and March, as the Soundwave Festival is bringing Metallica, Linkin Park, A Perfect Circle, Stone Sour, and Anthrax among others to stages

Godsmack’s Shannon Larkin on Drumming For Black Sabbath: One of the Best Things That Ever Happened To Me

Not many drummers can say they’ve had the opportunity to play for the legendary Black Sabbath but Godsmack‘s Shannon Larkin holds that honor and considers it to be one of the best things that ever happened to him. It all went down back in 1997 when a rescheduled Ozzfest show made it impossible for then drummer Mike Bordin to play the make-up date. Bordin was heading out on the road

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