Godsmack on November 8 at 8:30 p.m.

William Saroyan Theatre Fresno Convention & Entertainment Center

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Grammy-nominated hard rock giants behind “I Stand Alone” share cuts from their latest album, 1000hp, in a set of alternative metal hits

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  • Godsmack’s sound: a blistering earful of adrenaline-pumping alternative metal fueled by rapacious riffs, assailing drums, and the wrathful vocals of founding singer Sully Erna
  • How long they’ve been shredding: since 1995, after which they quickly became hard rock royalty in their native Boston
  • When the rest of the world caught on: with 1998’s self-titled debut, which went quadruple-platinum and lead to high-profile slots at OzzFest and Woodstock ‘99
  • Gobsmacking stats about Godsmack: they sold over 20 million albums in the span of a decade, landed 20 Top Ten radio hits, garnered four Grammy nominations, won Rock Artist of the Year at the 2001 Billboard Awards, and rock even harder nearly two decades after forming
  • How much they love Boston: for their latest album, 1000hp, the band went back to its Boston roots to write new tracks, and built their new studio, Godsmack Headquarters, near town to record it
  • How much Beantown loves them back: Boston mayor Marty Walsh recently declared August 6 as “Godsmack Day”
  • What you’ll hear: new songs that pack all of the Godsmack punch, but with a newfound punk rock energy, plus searing fan favorites such as “Whatever,” “Voodoo,” and “I Stand Alone”

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