Louder Than Life knocks out 2K16 fest season
In a year of ups and downs all over the world, Rock N’ Roll shined through in one of its most accomplished years in recent history. Bands old and new released music, toured the countryside and mingled with their fans. With groups such as Metallica and Guns N’ Roses finding their way again, it should make for an exciting festival/concert season coming up in 2K17. But, those bands carrying the torch since it was passed such as Disturbed, Korn and many more…Rocked out the stages this past year showing the world that Metal and good ol’ Rock N’ Roll will never say die. Team Fuze had an excellent opportunity to be up close and personal with all of you concert goers and the bands themselves this past year – not one festival or concert was the same. Every show was unique in its own right trying to stand out from the rest in what’s become a music lovers dream – Mega Music Festivals. Louder Than Life ’16 in Louisville, KY proved to be a homerun by exciting fans and leaving them panting for their return in ’17. They lined up some of the biggest bands in the land such as Slipknot, Avenged Sevenfold, Korn Disturbed, Alter Bridge and more, while providing top notch food and drinks along with safety in mind – hotel and camping packages. We tend to let our coverage of the last festival of each year hang in balance till the winter blues start to set in for everyone so we can showcase what we do, the artists do and most importantly…what the event promoters do to bring you top of the line shows. In that respect here is our coverage of Louder Than Life Festival ’16 that includes a full photo gallery and interviews with some of the biggest names in Rock music today. Cheers and here is to looking forward to LTL this upcoming year and the rest of the fests gearing up for what’s going to be another ICONIC season in 2K17!
Myles Kennedy of Alter Bridge
Neil Fallon of Clutch
Lee & Dylan of I Prevail
Mykey & Sal of Smashing Satellites
Eric Hall / The Fuze Magazine
Kelly Cass / Interviewer / The Fuze Magazine
Kim Cilluffo Photography / The Fuze Magazine
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