I'd pay good money to see them here in huntsville.... favorite band!
Come back to Oklahoma City after so many years. We miss u guys here. Lets rock this badass state of mine. COME BACK!
back to detroit...rock city....sully and the boys!
Alright...Come to Missoula Montana before I move to Arizona, then show up in Phoenix Arizona after I move so I can see Godsmack Twice!
need godsmack to come to ac in jersey or to philly somewhere by me asap.
My last concert was Godsmack, Limp Bizkit,& DMX in Detroit. Godsmack blew everyone off the stage no one even cared if anyone else played but them. Man, please come back & tear down D-town again!
Montreal the BELL CENTER!
Please come back to West palm Beach, Florida! You guys totally Rock!
Godsmack came as a breath of fresh air to the world of heavy metal when they arrived on the scene in 1998. Godsmack's ferocious tour dates and hit albums featuring the deep growl of lead singer Sully Erna earned the band the reputation as one of the most popular heavy metal bands of the new millennium. Even Godsmack's latest album, The Oracle, has given the band their third #1 album in a row, showing off their staying power. This will also be displayed on Godsmack's North American tour dates in 2011, which are tearing through arenas this summer.
Sully Erna formed Godsmack in 1995 after becoming tired of drumming and wanting to take a stab at singing. Godsmack's self-titled debut album became a huge success, going platinum four times thanks largely to the hit single, "Whatever." Headlining and high profile tour dates quickly followed, including an appearance at Ozzfest and supporting Black Sabbath on their tour. Godsmack continued to score hits with their albums, including Faceless in 2003, which featured the Grammy-nominated songs "I Stand Alone" and "Straight Out of Line."
After four years without a release, Godsmack released The Oracle in 2010. The album was praised by fans and critics as a return to the band's signature sound displayed on their first album. The album has also reignited Godsmack's tenacity for touring, as the band has numerous tour dates in 2011. After finishing up headlining appearances on the Mayhem Festival on August 14, Godsmack will perform around North America where they will be supported by Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and Adrenaline Mob. Don't miss these 2011 tour dates as Godsmack shows the world they're still in their prime.
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