Posts Tagged ‘lamb of god’

Fiera wins battle yo open for Lamb Of God!!!

October 18, 2009

Fiera topped the other bands to win the right to open for Lamb Of God at the Shrine. It was a close battle and an amazing night for local metal in Springfield, MO. Congrats to all and what a great night!


Breaking Benjamin to play Shrine Mosque in Springfield, MO Dec. 6

October 6, 2009


Breaking Benjamin just announced a small slew of tour dates including one in Springfield, MO on December 6. They’re touring in support of their latest release, “Dear Agony.” These guys are no strangers to Springfield and are Rockfest vets so be ready for one hell of a party. More info…


Sacrificial Lambs: Lineup announced for the next battle of the bands

September 30, 2009

LOG_Gwar_ShrineMosqueIt seems everyone discovered a winning formula with this summer’s Korn show at The Shrine Mosque: Book a big-ticket national act, set up a battle of the bands among big-drawing locals to determine the opener, apply revenue from the battle of the bands to help offset the cost of the big-ticket national act. The formula returns October 17 with another battle of the bands–this time at The Outland Ballroom, as opposed to Remmingtons Downtown–to determine the opening act for Lamb Of God when the band comes to the Shrine with Gwar and Job For A Cowboy November 7. The lineup? Glad you asked. Peep it after the break.


Get Ready!!!! Lamb of God, Gwar & Job For A Cowboy to play Shrine Mosque (Springfield, MO)

July 29, 2009


We just got the up-to-the-minute confirmation of one of the biggest shows of the year. What did we tell you? Seriously, a huge THANK YOU goes out to all the amazing and hard working people that keep bringing in amazing shows to Springfield. They’ve just outdone themselves again with their latest show confirmation. More details after the break…


Page 20 of Guitar Edge magazine, March/April issue…

February 11, 2009

trashangelsgo…contains an article on Trash Angels, part of the magazine’s regular “Working Band” segment. The article isn’t available on the Guitar Edge website, so we can’t link directly to it, but it’s worth picking up the March/April issue the next time you’re at the newsstand just to see one of our local blues acts getting some love in a national magazine along with Yngwie Malmsteen, Lamb of God and more. Hopefully it’s the first of many more times.