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Asking Alexandria plots "From Death to Destiny Tour" with plenty of support

Asking Alexandria -- backing their recently released album, "From Death to Destiny" -- will hit the road this fall with All That Remains, Sevendust, Emmure and For Today behind their recently released album, "From Death to Destiny." // Tour dates at SoundSpike Asking Alexandria -- backing their recently released album, "From Death to Destiny" -- will hit the road this fall with All That Remains, Sevendust, Emmure and For Today behind their recently released album, "From Death to Destiny."

Sevendust prepare for "Black Out the Sun"

Alt-metal act Sevendust will spend February on the U.S. tour trail ahead of an impending new studio effort, "Black Out the Sun." // Tour dates at SoundSpike Alt-metal act Sevendust will spend February on the U.S. tour trail ahead of an impending new studio effort, "Black Out the Sun."

Sevendust calls off remainder of European tour, U.S. shows ahead

Sevendust wrapped up its European tour over the weekend, cutting the trek short due to circumstances beyond the band's control, according to a press release. // Tour dates at SoundSpike Sevendust wrapped up its European tour over the weekend, cutting the trek short due to circumstances beyond the band's control, according to a press release.

In Pictures: Pointfest 28 in Maryland Heights, MO

St. Louis radio station 105.7 The Point has been hosting Pointfest since 1993 -- at first annually, and now twice a year.  Pointfest 28 (the 28th installment) took place on Sunday (5/15), and featured Korn, Sevendust, Papa Roach, Finger Eleven and Hollywood Undead, just to name a few. St. Louis radio station 105.7 The Point has been hosting Pointfest since 1993 -- at first annually, and now twice a year. Pointfest 28 (the 28th installment) took place on Sunday (5/15), and featured Korn, Sevendust, Papa Roach, Finger Eleven and Hollywood Undead, just to name a few.

In Pictures: Music as a Weapon Tour in Sacramento, CA

Disturbed is back in the driver's seat after giving fans a scare last month at about this time. Ticketholders of the 2011 installment of the Music as a Weapon Tour held their collective breath after the headliner's frontman, David Draiman, <a href="http://www.soundspike.com/news/tour/1562-music_as_a_weapon_tour_music_as_a_weapon.html">lost his voice</a> during the band's Feb. 8 set in Corpus Christi, TX. Disturbed is back in the driver's seat after giving fans a scare last month at about this time. Ticketholders of the 2011 installment of the Music as a Weapon Tour held their collective breath after the headliner's frontman, David Draiman, lost his voice during the band's Feb. 8 set in Corpus Christi, TX.

Music as a Weapon Tour derailed by illness

Disturbed frontman David Draiman reportedly his suffering from vocal problems, which is forcing some changes to some upcoming dates. // Tour dates at SoundSpike Disturbed frontman David Draiman reportedly his suffering from vocal problems, which is forcing some changes to some upcoming dates.
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