Oklahoma hard-rockers Hinder are releasing their album, Take it to the Limit, next Tuesday, November 4th. Hinder’s debut album, Extreme Behavior has sold over 3 million copies so anticipation is high for this one! The band has hit the road on the Jagermeister tour featuring Hinder, Trapt, and Rev Theory. Check out dates for a show near you.
Hinder will also be performing on the Jimmy Kimmel Show next Thursday, November 6th. If you are in the L.A. area just click dates for free tickets!
Blabbermouth.net posted the following article this afternoon:
HINDER frontman Austin Winkler has told The Pulse of Radio that the band will team up with MÖTLEY CRÜE for an arena tour early next year. Winkler did not provide any more information about the trek except that it will begin in January. HINDER will be supporting its second album, “Take It to the Limit”, which arrives on November 4 and has its own CRÜE connection: guitarist Mick Mars plays lead on the title track. Drummer Cody Hanson told The Pulse of Radio how they got together. “He actually called us up and wanted to do some writing,” he said. “And we were like, ‘Yeah, of course, I mean, would you be interested in playing some guitar on the album? And he was like, ‘Absolutely,’ you know. So we sent him the track and he loved it, and we ended up going up to his house. And, you know, he laid down a few different passes of the solo on ‘Take It to the Limit’. So it was an amazing experience, you know, getting to meet one of your idols, I guess.”
“Take It to the Limit” arrives on Election Day (November 4). The CD’s first single is called “Use Me”.
The new album will follow up HINDER‘s triple-platinum 2005 debut, “Extreme Behavior”.
Before joining the CRÜE in January, HINDER will headline this fall’s Jägermeister Music Tour, which kicks off on October 24 in Magna, Utah and lasts through mid-December. TRAPT and REV THEORY will be the opening acts.
3 Doors Down lead singer Brad Arnold has acute vocal laryngitis, and his doctor has advised him to postpone three shows on the band’s headlining tour, according to a news release from Riverbend. The band is also postponing a Thursday concert in Wichita, Kan. and a Sunday concert in Burgettstown, Pa.
3 Doors Down will announce new concert dates “in the near future,” according to Riverbend. Tickets for the three affected shows will be honored on the new dates.
Cruefest ’08 is now over and has been deemed a success.
If you could pick your own Cruefest bill for 2009, what 4 bands would you
choose to open for Motley Crue?
My Four choices are:
Also, if they want to turn this into a true festival environment, how about adding a second stage for 3 or 4 bands to play on?
Who would you pick for Cruefest 2009?
Hinder have unveiled a new widget that will be featuring a new video interview each week till the release of their next album, Take it to the Limit on November 4th. So far, the widget includes 3 interview clips that feature Austin Winkler (vocals) and Cody Hanson (drums) their manager Kevin “Chief” Zaruk plus producer Brian Howes (Puddle of Mudd, Rev Theory). So far, the videos include interviews about the band’s humble beginnings, how the band was discovered and the recording of their new album.
Check out the videos here: http://www.universalrepublic.com/widgets/hinder/webisodes/
Hinder’s new Album, Take IT To The Limit will be released on November 4th.
Here is the Track Listing:
1. Use Me
2. Loaded and Alone
3. Last Kiss Goodbye
4. Up All Night
5. Without You
6. Take It to the Limit
7. The Best is Yet to Come
8. Heaven Sent
9. Thing for You
10. Lost in the Sun
11. Far from Home
The first single, Use Me, was released to radio on July 7th, and can now be downloaded on I-Tunes.
In 2007, Hinder recorded a cover of the Steppenwolf classic, Born To Be Wild. NASCAR uses this song in their promotonial material videos on Sunday’s during racing season.
Hinder is going to release a CD/DVD version of Extreme Behavior in October. This video will be on the DVD . Check it out!
If you would like to check out the original version, here is 1969 Steppenwolf version:
In 2007, the four hard rocking guys that make up the band, Stereoside, signed with Bieler Brothers records.
Singer Jeff Shields is the former Tallahassee Idol winner. He has rejected many major label offers to sing country music, and joined Stereoside in 2006.
What does Stereoside sound like? Their modern rock sound mimics that of a couple of the better selling acts of late, Hinder, Daughtry and maybe a dash of Alter Bridge.
The CD, So Long is full of radio ready rockers, many of which could easily be hits, especially if Clear Channel allows their stations to play this record.
When singer Jeff Shields voice isn’t over powered by the music, his vocals shine. At times his voice reminds me of another singer that I am fond of, Johnny Gioeli from Axel Rudi Pell.
So Long is armed with a bunch of good songs, including, Sinner, Tattoo, Wasted and My Life. Sinner could be a massive hit for Stereoside. The tune Tattoo is very catchy and requires multiple plays. Wasted has a crazy amount of radio potential. There really isn’t a bad song in the lot.
Hopefully, Stereoside isn’t a band that gets lost in the mix. Their sound may not be original enough to get them the recognition they deserve. Jeff Shields is a big talent, and this disc needs to be heard by all.
Jeff Sheilds – Vocals
Ben Foster – Guitar, and vocals
Chris York – Drums
David Oliver – Bass