Just moments after we’ve seen Halestorm headline The Roundhouse in London as a part of their UK and European tour, we had a chance to catch up with their bassist Josh Smith over email. Scroll down to find out more about the upcoming Halestorm album Into The Wild Life, their current tour and the advantages ad disadvantages of having a female singer.
It’s 10th of March, 2015 and we’re in London, England. It’s 7pm and the the weather outside is typically grim and chilly. It’s also a Tuesday night, which means that you’re already exhausted from the week that appears endless, yet still have a long way to go til Friday.
However, the closer we get to London’s Camden Town, the more we feel the undeniable excitement and buzz that fills the air as countless rockers are heading for The Roundhouse to catch one of the most popular and talked-about modern rock band of our times.
Tonight’s the night when Grammy winners Halestorm are in town to present their up and coming album Into The Wild Life and go a little crazy with all the London folks who’ve braced the cold outside in exchange for some good old rock’n’roll action. Read the rest of this entry »
“Familiar Taste of Poison” on last night’s episode of
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
The band recently wrapped up a tour overseas, and will continue to tour in support of their self-titled debut album, which made a top 5 debut on SoundScan’s “Hard Music” chart upon its release. After an amazing performance at this year’s Rock on the Range, Halestorm was included in SPIN’s “Best Moments at Rock on the Range 2010,” where they noted, “If any band deserves a bigger stage (and an even bigger production) for an outing at ROTR next year, it’s these alt-rockers.”
Current single “Familiar Taste of Poison” impacted Active Rock radio earlier this month, and the band will be shooting the companion video shortly. After wrapping up their July headlining dates, Halestorm will take part in the Uproar Tour with Avenged Sevenfold and Disturbed.