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|Godsmack is an alternative metal band from Boston, Massachusetts, USA. The name "Godsmack" did not come from an Alice in Chains song, though popular rumor deems it so. It came from the lead singer insulting one of his band mates for having a cold sore on his lip. The next time he came in for practice, he had one too. Sully Erna, the lead singer and practicing Wiccan believes in Karma, and his making fun of his band mate was the way in which he was repaid... His band mate told him that that was a "godsmack."
In 2002, Godsmack received a Grammy nomination in "Best Rock Instrumental Performance" for the song "Vampires" from the album Awake. In 2004, they were opening for Metallica, while headlining with Dropbox in the summer. Then they did acoustic shows for their newly released album The Other Side in the fall of 2004, while still opening for Metallica. In September 2004, Godsmack issued a live DVD titled "Changes," which the band recorded earlier that year. That same month, the group also released "Batalla de los Tambores," a live cut available only via online services such as Apple's iTunes Music Store, Real and Napster.
Godsmack is often categorized as Nu-metal, but most fans insist otherwise, citing such traditional metal sounds as Lead singer Sully Erna's voice and the inclusion of guitar solos and no rapping or mixing.
Sully Erna - Vocals/Guitar/Drums/Percussion,
Robbie Merrill - Bass,
Tony Rambola - Guitars/Backing Vocals,
Shannon Larkin - Drums/Percussion.
Lee Richards - Guitars,
Tommy Stewart -Drums.
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