Pennsylvania rockers HALESTORM played a six-song set yesterday (Wednesday, October 31) at Sear Sound Studios in New York City as part of The Warner Sound's "The Live Room". You can watch video footage of their appearance below.
"The Live Room" is an exclusive The Warner Sound original series that captures today's most innovative artists performing live recording sessions in the most iconic recording studios across America.
HALESTORM will embark on a late fall headlining U.S. tour sponsored by Jägermeister. The trek gets underway on November 8 in Mobile, Alabama, wrapping up on December 15 in Orlando, Florida. Special guests on the bill will be IN THIS MOMENT and EVE TO ADAM.
"I Miss The Misery", the second single from HALESTORM's current album "The Strange Case Of…" , was a Top Five track at Active Rock radio.
HALESTORM singer Lzzy Hale was named the "Hottest Chick in Hard Rock" in Revolver magazine's annual round-up of the sexiest female rockers, beating out contenders like Lee, IN THIS MOMENT's Maria Brink and LACUNA COIL's Cristina Scabbia.
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