SHADOWS FALL, UNEARTH, OTEP To Perform At WSOU's 60th Anniversary Concert

SHADOWS FALL, UNEARTH and OTEP are among the bands that will perform at the 60th-anniversary party of 89.5 FM WSOU Seton Hall's Pirate Radio, which will be held on Friday April 18 at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey.

The following groups are slated to appear at the event:

SHADOWS FALL
UNEARTH
OTEP
FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH
BLOODSIMPLE
A LIFE ONCE LOST

For more information, visit www.starlandballroom.com/events.

WSOU was recently voted the #1 metal station for the second year in a row by FMQB magazine.

Since its inception, WSOU has always been a student-run radio station. To this day, students manage the day-to-day operations of the station.

WSOU began broadcasting on 89.5 FM on April 14, 1948.

(Thanks: Leanne Kohlbecker / WSOU Music Director)

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