There have been a string of awesome supergroups coming out lately. But this one may just be the heaviest! Into the Fire features Bryan Scott (The Union Underground/Cult to Follow) on Vocals, Craig Nunenmacher (Black Label Society/Crowbar) on drums,and SOiL alumni Adam Zadel and Tim King on guitar and bass...
Over the years, we have made MANY fond memories with the guys from SOiL. Whether it's from the Taylortown show back in the day or from last year at Festapalooza, we know Ryan McCombs and company pretty well. But for those of you that don't know the band like we do, the YouTube internet show Bus Invaders raided SOiL's bus and gave an up close and personal view of what it's like to be on the road w
2013 was a banner year for our buddies in SOiL. Not only did they reunite with original singer Ryan McCombs (which is AWESOME) and put out a new album, 'Whole' (which is absolutely PHENOMENAL). But they also melted faces and kicked ass all over the world on tour. So, building on their success from last year, SOiL is back with a brand-spanking new single, 'The Hate Song'.
Soil took the stage at Festapalooza this afternoon following American Fangs, Digital Summer, and Texas Hippie Coalition, and got the crowd screaming and pumping fists.
Among their powerhouse setlist included fan favorites "37 Stitches" and their recent hit "Shine On." Check out the photos we caught while they owned the stage.
When I first heard that Ryan McCombs got back together with SOiL, I was elated. During their time with Ryan, they were a force to be reckoned with, consistently cranking out hard hitting material that could go toe to toe with any band on the planet.
But then I got to thinking, how could their new album 'Whole' ever compare to 'Scars' or 'Redefine'?
The countdown is on to the 99X-Redd's Apple Ale Festapalooza, presented by Bossier City Harley-Davidson! The first major outdoor rock festival in the SBC in over 15 years goes down Saturday, September 14th at Festival Plaza in downtown Shreveport, with seven great bands scheduled to play for an all-ages audience...