Limp Bizkit, Five Finger Death Punch, Rise Against, Etc. Set For 2021 Rebel Rock Fest

The initial lineup has been revealed for the 2021 Rebel Rock Fest. The event will take place at the Central Florida Fairgrounds in Orlando, FL on September 24-26 and the daily lineups can be found below:

September 24: Limp Bizkit, Parkway Drive, Skillet, Motionless In White, Pop Evil, Hatebreed, Finger Eleven, Knocked Loose, Fit For A King, DED, Light The Torch, Saul, September Mourning, Dirty Machine, and Fighting Giants.

September 25: Five Finger Death Punch, Legends Of Wu-Tang, I Prevail, Killswitch Engage, Body Count, DevilDriver, Attila, Escape The Fate, Nonpoint, Cold, Fame On Fire, Falling Through April, and Farewell To Fear.

September 26: Rise Against, The Used, Sevendust, Anti-Flag, All That Remains, Suicide Silence, Brett Scallions (Fuel), Carnifex, Spite, Stitched Up Heart, Islander, Dropout Kings, Rising Up Angry, and Below 7.

Limp Bizkit, Five Finger Death Punch, I Prevail, Etc. Set For 2021 Rebel Rock Festival

The Rebel Rock festival has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The event will now be held at the Orlando Amphitheater at Central Florida Fairgrounds in Orlando, FL on September 24-26, 2021. There will also be a pre-party on September 23. Here’s the initial lineup: Limp Bizkit, Five Finger Death Punch, I Prevail, Skillet, Body Count, Sevendust, Motionless In White, Anti-Flag, DevilDriver, Cold, All That Remains, Escape The Fate, Suicide Silence, Brett Scallions (Fuel), Nonpoint, Attila, Finger Eleven, Miss May I, Carnifex, Stitched Up Heart, Light The Torch, Saul, Spite, Islander, Another Day Dawns, September Mourning, and Fame On Fire.

Cold Bassist Lindsay Manfredi Releases New Book “Unfuckwithable: A Guide To Inspired Badassery”

Cold bassist Lindsay Manfredi has released a new book titled “Unfuckwithable: A Guide To Inspired Badassery.” You can purchase a signed copy for a limited time at Here’s a description of the book:

“This is bassist, Lindsay Manfredi’s, debut book that focuses on the Law of Attraction, as she shares her story to help make a difference in people’s lives… From everyday life, growing up in the midwest to getting her dream gig in her favorite band, Cold, UNFUCKWITHABLE is a must read for anyone willing to get real with themselves about who they are and what they want to do.”

Watch Cold, Crobot, Ex-Breaking Benjamin, Etc. Members Cover Temple Of The Dog’s “Hunger Strike”

Nick Coyle (Cold, Lifer) has shared a quarantine cover of Temple Of The Dog’s “Hunger Strike” as part of his “Corona Sessions.” In addition to Coyle, the track also features Brandon Yeagley (Crobot), Chris Bishop (Crobot), Aaron Fink (ex-Breaking Benjamin), Adam Kury (Candlebox), Brian Quinn (Candlebox), and Chad Szeliga (Black Star Riders, ex-Breaking Benjamin).

Watch Cold, Candlebox, Etc. Members Cover Filter’s “Take A Picture”

Nick Coyle (Cold), Geno Lenardo (ex-Filter), Johnny Nova (Cold), Lindsay Manfredi (Cold), Brian Quinn (Candlebox), Aaron Fink (Lifer, Earshot), and Chad Szeliga (Black Star Riders) recently teamed up for a quarantine performance of Filter‘s “Take A Picture.” You can watch that below:

Coyle commented:

“I’ve always loved ‘Take A Picture‘ and was originally thinking of doing a duo acoustic version with just me and Geno of Filter. Lindsay, our bassist in Cold, is staying with Geno during this lockdown and wanted to be a part of it too so then I thought… who else do I know that would be into playing on this?

So, I reached out to Chad to see if he wanted to play drums, hit up my guitarist in Lifer, Aaron, to play keyboards and my old friend Brian Quinn from Candlebox to play acoustic guitar.

And then I asked my good friend and bandmate in Cold, Johnny Nova, to play electric guitar. Luckily, everyone was into it and excited to be a part of it. I am grateful that these guys, and gal, wanted to be a part of my crazy vision.”

Cold Premiere “Quiet Now” Music Video

Cold have premiered a new video for their song “Quiet Now.” This track is from the band’s latest album “The Things We Can’t Stop.”

Scooter Ward commented:

“I had written the song, ‘Quiet Now,’ for a Cold Army member and dear friend, who had dealt with the loss of a family member during the recording of our new album. A photo was sent to me, of him and his father holding hands while his father was in the hospital… that photograph is what inspired the song. I knew the concept for the video needed to express the intense emotion of the song.

I contacted Patrick Huven from Ghost Motel and filmmaker Alex Schroer to direct and produce the video. I had previously watched their video for a song called ‘Hush‘ that they had created and loved the eeriness of it and their aesthetic. Patrick and I got together on the concept for the video being a mother mourning the loss of her child in solitude. We felt nothing could be more painful… the silence of it all. Not hearing the little sounds of a loved one who is no longer there.

However, the only problem was that he lives in Germany, and the distance would be an obstacle. We ended up shooting the story for the video in Germany and then my part here in the states. I reached out to our dear friend and amazing photographer, Dave Jackson, to film and direct my solo part. We filmed it in his studio in Wisconsin. The end result of the two merging together ended up being seamless and powerful.

With our world now being on lockdown and everyone experiencing their own levels of solitude, and a bit of silence, and with music being the conduit that holds us together, we felt now was the time to release the song. People are going through serious loss because of this on many levels, and music sometimes helps during these moments.

Our hopes are that a song can maybe help people feel not so alone in it all. Our hopes are that with music, perseverance, and the determination that is within us to overcome, things can be somewhat back to normal again soon.

We love you all. Stay healthy and follow the guidelines to ensure your safety. Our hearts are with you.”

More Artists Added To 2020 Rebel Rock Festival

More artists have been added to the 2020 Rebel Rock festival. That event will take place at the Central Florida Fairgrounds in Orlando, FL on September 18-19 and the updated daily lineups can be found below:

September 18: Judas Priest (celebrating 50th anniversary), Machine Gun Kelly, Trivium, Sabaton, Sevendust, Fuel, Suicide Silence, Light The Torch, Them Evils, Cherry Bombs, Stark, Eye Of The Bermuda, Rising Up Angry, Falling Through April, and Farewell To Fear.

September 19: Limp Bizkit (celebrating 20th anniversary of “Chocolate Starfish And The Hotdog Flavored Water”), Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah, Raekwon and Killah Priest, I Prevail, Skillet, Wage War, All That Remains, Anti-Flag, Cold, Attila, Diamante, Saul, The Convalescence, Defy The Tyrant, Dirty Machine, and Fighting Giants.

Cold Postpone Spring U.S. Tour

Cold have postponed their spring U.S. tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. The band are hoping to reschedule the shows at a later date.

Cold said the following:

“The well-being of our fans and our families have always been our top priority. And as broken-hearted as we are to do this, out of caution and due to increasing concerns over this virus, COLD will be postponing our “Different Kind of Tour” until further notice.

We thank all of you for understanding and supporting us during these unforeseen circumstances. Please stay safe. This too shall pass and hopefully, for all of the artists who had dates coming up, who had to cancel…. hopefully we’ll all be back out there soon.

While we wait for new dates to be booked, if you’d like a refund on your VIP tickets, please reach out to Sound Rink directly.

This all just happened today, so we are discussing options with promoters and venues to discuss new dates and/or refunding tickets for those who have already purchased. Again, this is a postponement. Not a cancellation.

We are going to continue to stay updated on this as we get more information. We will keep #Coldarmy informed.”

Cold Confirm That Their Upcoming Tour Is Not An Acoustic Run

Cold recently announced “A Different Kind Of Tour,” which was said to feature “stripped down” sets of new songs and fan-favorites. The band have since issued a statement about the trek to make it clear that they are not doing an acoustic tour.

Cold said the following:

“Cold would like to address an issue: Some platforms are mistakenly calling our new tour an “acoustic tour”. It is not. The goal of the tour has been, and still is to create a emotional, intimate night with the band and fans, as we play through all your favorites in addition to ones we haven’t played in years.

A chosen few will be slightly different variations of the songs. Cold Live is a perfect example. We played new versions using piano with strings, such as Cure my Tragedy, Bleed, and Black Sunday. We intend to play those, while adding Ugly, Wasted years, and Gone Away.

Some nights, we may go into a story about how a song or album were created. Some nights, we may go into what inspired the song.

The set will be delivered with a mix, along with songs that will be played as they have always been intended, creating unique melodic, heavy moments throughout the night.

In other words, it’s just a dope ass Cold show, with members of University Drive opening the show who will be performing their songs acoustically.

It will be an amazing night for all involved. Can’t wait to see you all. All our love.”

Tour Dates:

04/02 Laconia, NH – Granite St Music Hall
04/03 Albany, NY – Hollows
04/04 Norwalk, CT – Wall Street Theater
04/05 Providence, RI – Fete Music Hall
04/09 Ft. Meyers, FL – Buddha Rock Club
04/10 Destin, FL – Destin Rocks
04/12 Greer, SC – The Spinning Jenny
04/14 Charlotte, NC – Underground
04/15 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade (Purgatory)
04/17 Louisville, KY – Diamond Pub Concert Hall
04/18 Asheville, NC – Thomas Wolf Auditorium
04/19 Easton, PA – One Center Square
04/23 Boston, MA – City Winery
04/24 Harrisburg, PA – Midtown Arts Center
04/25 Hopewell, VA – Beacon Theatre
04/26 Teaneck, NJ – Debonair Music Hall
04/29 Lakewood, OH – The Winchester
04/30 Pittsburgh, PA – Crafthouse
05/01 Harrison, OH – Blue Note
05/02 Lombard, IL – Brauer House
05/04 Milwaukee, WI – Shank
05/06 Minneapolis, MN – Turf
05/07 Des Moines, IA – Lefty’s
05/08 Omaha, NE – Sokol Auditorium
05/09 Denver, CO – Marquis
05/13 Houston, TX – Scout Bar
05/15 Austin, TX – Come and Take it Live
05/20 Scottsdale, AZ – Pub Rock
05/22 Amarillo, TX – Hoots
05/23 Dallas, TX – Trees
05/24 San Antonio, TX – Rock Box
05/27 St. Louis, MO – Red Flag
05/28 Bloomington, IL – Castle Theatre
05/29 Indianapolis, IN – HiFi
05/30 Flint, MI – Machine Shop

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