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All That Remains To Embark on March 2013 Tour With Hellyeah + Nonpoint

Mary Ouellette, / Gilbert Carrasquillo / Ethan Miller, Getty Images All That Remains will chew up a lot of pavement in the coming months, as the band has just announced a Western U.S trek that will precede all of their festival touring this spring. The group will have an alternating list of support acts on the run, with Hellyeah and Nonpoint playing a majority of the tour, and  In This Moment subbing in on select dates. The trek launches March 18 at Albuquerque’s Sunshine Theater and continues through an April 1 finale at Seattle’s Showbox at the Market. The timing is great for All That Remains, who recently topped the charts with their latest single ‘Stand Up’ from the ‘A War You Cannot Win’ album. All That Remains will follow their March tour dates with a number of major festival appearances, including stops at Welcome to Rockville , Carolina Rebellion , Rock on the Range and Rocklahoma in April and May. They’ll also play a couple of dates on the Volbeat / Eye Empire trek in May. All That Remains 2013 North American Tour 3/18 — Albuquerque, N.M. — Sunshine Theater (w/Hellyeah + Nonpoint) 3/19 — Tucson, Ariz. — Rialto (w/Hellyeah + Nonpoint) 3/20 — Tempe, Ariz. — Marquee (w/Hellyeah + Nonpoint) 3/22 — Los Angeles, Calif. — Club Nokia LA Live (w/Hellyeah + Nonpoint) 3/23 — Reno, Nev. Knitting Factory (w/Hellyeah + In This Moment) 3/24 — Boise, Idaho — Knitting Factory (w/In This Moment, Nonpoint) 3/26 — Denver, Colo. — The Fillmore (w/Hellyeah, In This Moment + Nonpoint) 3/27 — Salt Lake City, Utah — In the Venue (w/Hellyeah + Nonpoint) 3/29 — Missoula, Montana — Wilma Theater (w/Hellyeah + Nonpoint) 3/30 — Spokane, Wash. — Knitting Factory (w/Hellyeah + Nonpoint) 4/1 — Seattle, Wash. — Showbox at the Market (w/Hellyeah + Nonpoint) Additional All That Remains 2013 North American Dates 4/13 — Orlando, Fla. — Tinker Field 4/27 — Jacksonville, Fla. — Welcome to Rockville 5/5 — Concord, N.C. — Carolina Rebellion 5/7 — Niagara Falls, N.Y. — Rapids Theatre (w/Volbeat + Eye Empire) 5/10 — Boone, Iowa — Lazerfest 5/15 — Lincoln, Neb. — Pershing Auditorium (w/Volbeat + Eye Empire) 5/18 — Columbus, Ohio — Rock on the Range 5/24 — Pryor, Okla. — Rocklahoma [button href=”” title=”Next: Check Out Other 2013 Must-See Rock Concerts” align=”center”]

Hellyeah, As I Lay Dying + All Shall Perish Singers to Play Mitch Lucker Memorial Show

Facebook: Suicide Silence The music world continues to mourn the loss of Suicide Silence ‘s Mitch Lucker , a rising star in the metal community who perished in a motorcycle accident on Halloween night earlier this year. In the wake of his death, a memorial show designed to raise funds for Lucker’s young daughter, Kenadee, was recently announced and now some of the talent has been revealed. According to a Facebook posting , the first three musicians to sign on for the “Ending Is the Beginning” show are Hellyeah and Mudvayne frontman Chad Gray , As I Lay Dying belter Tim Lambesis and All Shall Perish leader Eddie Hermida. The event is expected to honor the musical legacy of Lucker with guest vocalists taking turns joining the band onstage at the show. The event will take place at Pomona, California’s Fox Theater on Dec. 21, with the proceeds from the show going to a fund that will provide for the future education of the singer’s daughter. More guests are expected to be named in the weeks leading up to the show. Tickets for the event are currently available here . Even if you’re unable to attend the show, there are other ways to help out by either purchasing a shirt or making a donation at this website . [button href=”” title=”Next: Best Suicide Silence Songs” align=”center”]

Hellyeah, ‘Drink Drank Drunk’ Video – Exclusive Premiere

Eleven Seven Music Hellyeah are a band that have likely never said no to a party invite, so it seems only fitting that they’d write the perfect theme song to accompany any rockin’ affair. In their new video for their anthemic party tune ‘Drink Drank Drunk,’ Hellyeah get up close and personal, taking fans right up onstage with them during one of their summer festival appearances. And Loudwire is proud to bring the party to you with the exclusive premiere of the ‘Drink Drank Drunk’ video (watch below). The mix of onstage antics and crowd debauchery paint a perfect picture of exactly what fans can expect at any Hellyeah show, and drummer Vinne Paul couldn’t agree more. “Our new video for ‘Drink Drank Drunk’ was shot live at Rocklahoma,” remarks the legendary stickman. “It captures the energy and spirit of what Hellyeah and our audience are all about!! Hellyeah!!” That energy and spirit was an integral part of the making of the song ‘Drink Drank Drunk’ too. In a past interview with Loudwire, Vinnie Paul called it their “heaviest party song ever” explaining it as, “Hellagroove, great riffs, everything about it is just us, 100%.” ‘Drink Drank Drunk’ is the newest single from Hellyeah’s latest disc ‘Band of Brothers’ released on July 17. The group is currently out on the road in support of the disc; check out all the remaining tour dates here to get a live taste of ‘Drink Drank Drunk.’ Watch Hellyeah’s ‘Drink Drank Drunk’ Video [Exclusive Premiere] [button href=”” title=”Hellyeah’s Vinnie Paul and Chad Gray Talk ‘Band of Brothers,’ Touring + More” align=”center”]

P.O.D. vs. Hellyeah – Cage Match

Photos: Razor & Tie / Eleven Seven Music P.O.D. continue on the path to victory with their new single ‘Higher,’ as they beat out Kid Rock in the last Cage Match. Hellyeah enter the matchup with their latest single ‘Drink Drank Drunk’ of their recent disc ‘Band of Brothers’ The group is made up of vocalist Chad Gray (Mudvayne), drummer Vinnie Paul (Pantera), guitarists Tom Maxwell (Nothingface) and Greg Tribbett (Mudvayne), and bassist Bob Zilla (DamagePlan). They are set to play Rocktoberfest and they will also be joining Lamb of God and In Flames on tour starting at the end of November. For a full list of dates and cities, go here . So will Hellyeah knock back an easy win with ‘Drink Drank Drunk’ or will P.O.D. be one step closer to the Cage Match Hall of Fame with ‘Higher’? Get in on the action and vote for your favorite track below. (This Cage Match will run until Friday, Oct. 19, at 8AM ET. Fans can vote once per hour! So come back and vote often to make sure your favorite song wins!) Listen to P.O.D., ‘Higher’ Listen to Hellyeah, ‘Drink Drank Drunk ? Sorry, you need to have javascript running to see this poll. ? Email Me When Cage Match Winners Are Announced Enter your email address below to receive the Loudwire newsletter, which will include notification of the daily winner of the Cage Match, as well as our top stories of the day. Email Rules of Cage Match: Fans can vote once per hour for their favorite song. If a song remains the reigning champ for five straight cage matches, it is retired to the Loudwire Cage Match Hall of Fame. With so many great songs out there, we have to give other bands a chance!

Daily Reload: Slipknot’s Paul Gray, Lamb of God, Motley Crue, Amy Lee + More

Here’s a look at the top stories of the day on Loudwire and around the Web: – A Des Moines doctor has been charged with the involuntary manslaughter of late Slipknot bassist Paul Gray. [Loudwire] – You wanted it, you got it. Lamb of God return to the road this fall, joined by Hellyeah, Hatebreed, In Flames, and Sylosis. See where they’re playing. [Loudwire] – Motley Crue and Kiss get

Hellyeah’s Vinnie Paul and Chad Gray Talk ‘Band of Brothers,’ Touring + More

On July 17, Hellyeah released their third studio album, ‘Band of Brothers.’ In its first week of release, the album landed at No. 19 on the Billboard 200 album chart. To help them celebrate the release of their heaviest record to date — and because we’ll make any excuse to chat with them — we recently caught up with vocalist Chad Gray and drummer Vinnie Paul to talk all things

Hellyeah, Tremonti + Baroness Make Strong Debuts on Billboard 200 Chart

New albums from Hellyeah, Tremonti and Baroness have debuted in the upper echelon of the Billboard 200 album chart in their opening week of release. Hellyeah’s ‘Band of Brothers’ lands at No. 19 while Tremonti’s ‘All I Was’ cracks the chart at No 29 and Baroness take the No. 36 spot with their new disc ‘Yellow & Green.’ ‘Band of Brothers’ is the third album from Hellyeah, and sold 19,000 copies

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