GODSMACK To Release 10th Anniversary Box Set

Gary Graff of Billboard.com reports that GODSMACK will release a 10th anniversary box set later this year.

The Boston band — currently on a theater run continuing to promote its 2006 release "IV" — plan to commemorate the 10-year celebration of their first album with a package that gathers together its four studio albums, the acoustic EP "The Other Side" and a DVD featuring mini-documentaries about the making of each album. There will also be some live footage and possibly the group's 2004 acoustic performance in Las Vegas.

"We're just gonna try to make it really special," drummer Shannon Larkin tells Billboard.com. "Basically Universal, who we've been with since day one, said to us, 'You tell us what you need and we'll write the check. We want this to be special, too.' We wanted to make it a road case, but as we were doing some research we saw that METALLICA made one of their box sets look like a road case, so that's out. If anyone has any suggestions, we're open..."

Read more at Billboard.com.

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