GODSMACK Attend INDY 500 Celebrity Parade

GODSMACK were among the stars on hand for the Indianapolis 500 Celebrity Parade on Sunday (May 30) at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Indiana. Check out pictures from Wire Image.

GODSMACK are currently taking a break from live performances before resuming their tour with METALLICA on August 16 in St. Paul/Minneapolis.

As for the break, "each of the guys in the band has their own plans," according to a posting on GODSMACK's web site. "[Drummer] Shannon [Larkin] is going home to hang with his family. [Guitarist] Tony [Rombola] is doing the same, in between rounds of golf. [Bassist] Robbie [Merrill] will probably spend most of his time on his motocross track on his farm. [Frontman] Sully [Erna] is going to la to finish editing the DVD then on to a family vacation through the States and then to the motherland: Italy."

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