Hoobastank have streamed the video to their latest single “The Letter”, check it out here.
Set times have been announced for this year’s Rock on the Range festival in Columbus, Ohio, and starting tomorrow, you can enter to win a pair of weekend passes to the festival from TuneLab.com. Set times are subject to change: SATURDAY, MAY 16th MAIN STAGE: 1:20pm Black Stone Cherry 2:30pm Saliva 3:40pm Flyleaf 5:00pm Chevelle [...]
Staind will be on tour with Hoobastank starting on April 23rd, dates are: April 18th in New Town, MD @ 4 Bears Casino April 20th in Prior Lake, MN @ Mystic Lake Casino April 23rd, 24th in Hankinson, ND @ Dakota Magic Casino * April 25th, 26th in Walker, MN @ Northern Lights Casino April [...]
The lineup for this year’s Rock On The Range Festival have been revealed, check it out below: Slipknot, Motley Crue, Alice In Chains, Korn, Avenged Sevenfold, Buckcherry, Shinedown, The Used, Flyleaf, Chevelle, Atreyu, Blue October, Saving Abel, Saliva, Static-X, Hoobastank, Billy Talent, All That Remains, Rev Theory, Trapt, Black Stone Cherry, Crooked X, Sick Puppies, [...]
Hoobastank have debuted at No. 26 moving 15,000 copies of their new album ‘FOR(N)EVER‘. Notable rock acts in the Billboard Top 50 include: No. 4 Nickelback ‘Dark Horse‘ – 45,000 No. 19 David Cook ‘David Cook‘ – 18,000 No. 27 Kid Rock ‘Rock N Roll Jesus‘ – 15,000 No. 39 The Killers ‘Day & Age‘ [...]
A little before Christmas in 2001, I was sitting in my new car blasting my most recent CD purchase for friends. I told them, “These guys are gonna be huge, watch.” Their reply-”This band isn’t gonna be shit Nick.” So a few months later, Hoobastank had conquered rock charts with “Crawling In the Dark” and were watching “Running Away” gouge away at top 40 radio, en route to platinum sales. A little before Christmas in 2003, I was sitting at work blasting my most recent CD purchase for my then girlfriend. I told her, “This album is gonna make Hoobastank even bigger.” Her reply, “Nothing on here is gonna do anything.” By early 2004, Hoobastank was sipping from the top 40 cup once again thanks to the title track from their second album ‘The Reason‘, and, needless to say, the girl and I were no more. Along came 2006 and Hooba’s third album ‘Every Man For Himself‘, which satisfied few expectations, despite sporting several quality tracks and achieving gold certification. After some time to catch their breath, Hoobastank returned to the studio with their longtime producer Howard Benson (Daughtry, Seether). More than a year of meticulous crafting went into Hoobastank’s fourth album for IDJMG, entitled ‘FOR(N)EVER‘, which is in stores now.