Rock and metal fans might not be familiar with Lindsey Stirling, but the violinist currently has the No. 1 album on iTunes with 'Shatter Me.' The title track features Halestorm's Lzzy Hale, and you can watch the video above. There's also a behind the scenes video with Hale and Stirling below.
Halestorm are just getting started on a new album, but decided to uses the stage as a sounding board to get a little feedback on one of their new songs. During their U.K. show in Manchester, the group showed off the new track 'Mayhem.'
Lzzy Hale and Halestorm are no strangers to cover tunes, banging out 2 cover EPs over the past couple years. And most recently they were tapped to contribute to the upcoming Ronnie James Dio tribute album 'This Is Your Life' which will also feature tracks from Anthrax, Metallica, Motorhead, and Rob Halford.
Though their album, 'The Strange Case Of …,' came out in early 2012, Halestorm just keep rolling along with hit songs from the disc. The latest, 'Mz. Hyde,' now has a powerful concert video companion, which can be seen above.
In true rock fashion, Halestorm spent the majority of 2013 out on the road in support of their second studio album ‘The Strange Case of…’ With their monster tour cycle wrapping up later this week, followed by a short holiday break, the band is ready to jump into the creative process for their third full-length studio disc.
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