WAR MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM ANNOUNCES THREE ROCK SHOWS THIS SPRING
Tickets on sale at WMARocks.com
NASHVILLE – The storied War Memorial Auditorium announces three shows from legendary acts that promise to rock Nashville this spring. Tickets are on sale at WMARocks.com, by phone at (615) 782-4030, and in person at the TPAC Box Office, 505 Deaderick Street, in downtown Nashville.
JUST ANNOUNCED: War Memorial Auditorium and NS2 present Seether with special guest Tremonti on Tuesday, May 19, at 8:00 p.m. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 13, at 10:00 a.m. On their sixth full-length album, Isolate and Medicate, multi-platinum alternative rock trio Seether strip their trademark melodic thrash to its core and deliver the most poignant, passionate, and powerful record of their illustrious career. With rigorous minimalism and maturity, chief songwriter Shaun Morgan – long one of rock’s most unheralded melodists – has become a composer of deep emotion and clear-eyed vulnerability. The band, too, has developed into one of rock’s most fearsome units, playing with precision, grit, and authority, yet still light on their feet. For more information on Seether, visit: http://www.seether.com/
Seether will be joined by special guest Tremonti, the solo project of Grammy Award-winning guitarist Mark Tremonti, better known for his blazing guitar work for the multi-platinum rock band Creed and most recently for fan favorite Alter Bridge. Tremonti has been dubbed Guitar World’s “Guitarist of the Year” for three consecutive years and released his debut album, All I Was, to critical acclaim in July 2012. Tremonti is gearing up for the release of his sophomore album, Cauterize, this May. For more information on Tremonti, visit: http://www.marktremonti.com/.
ON SALE NOW: Grammy Award-nominated multi-platinum hard rock titans Godsmack bring their upcoming co-headlining tour with HELLYEAH to War Memorial Auditorium on Wednesday, April 29, at 8:00 p.m. Godsmack preserves their connection to the streets of Boston on their sixth full-length album for Republic Records, 1000hp. Outlasting tides, trends, and a torrential industry climate since forming in 1995, the quartet has paved the way for a generation of rock bands. Their last album, 2010's The Oracle, rounded out a streak of three consecutive #1 debuts on the Billboard Top 200, an accomplishment only shared by Van Halen, U2, Metallica, Dave Matthews Band, and Linkin Park. Now, they leap forward without forgetting where they came from. For more information on Godsmack, visit: http://godsmack.com/.
After roughly eight years, three albums, countless tours as headliners, and hundreds of thousands of albums sold, HELLYEAH is making their biggest and boldest statement yet with their defining record, BLOOD FOR BLOOD. The album marks a new chapter for HELLYEAH, who pushed themselves to new limits and dared to take risks with their music by just doing what comes naturally. For more information on HELLYEAH, visit: http://www.hellyeahband.com/.
ON SALE NOW: War Memorial Auditorium and NS2 present Chevelle and The Used with special guests Marmozets on Tuesday, May 5, at 7:00 p.m. La Gárgola, which was released last year on Epic Records, is Chevelle’s seventh full-length record and builds on the group's impressive run, including the 2002 platinum-selling genre staple Wonder What's Next, the gold-certified follow-up This Type of Thinking Could Do Us In, the experimental epic Sci-Fi Crimes and 2011 Hats Off To The Bull, which debuted at #9 and #19 on the Billboard Top 200, respectively. For more information on Chevelle, visit: www.getmorechevelle.com.
The Used issued their gold-certified Self-Titled debut in 2002, quickly cementing them as leaders among the post-hardcore elite, thanks in part to unforgettable singles like “Box Full of Sharp Objects,” “The Taste of Ink,” “Blue And Yellow” and “Buried Myself Alive." Their latest LP, 2014’s Imaginary Enemy, climbed high on the Independent, Tastemaker Albums, Hard Rock, Alternative, Digital Albums and Top Rock charts. For more information on The Used, visit: www.TheUsed.net.
Doors open one hour before show time.