Godsmack Frontman Interrogated Over Military Involvement
Jay Babcock of Arthur magazine conducted an interview with Godsmack frontman Sully Erna on Monday, May 1, grilling the rocker on the band's decision to have their music used in U.S. military recruitment. You can check out a transcript of the interview, which ended with Sully finally hanging up on Babcock.
As previously reported, Godsmack's latest album "IV" moved 211,000 copies in its first week to debut on The Billboard 200 at Number 1. That's a little more than 50,000 units off the opening week of the quartet's last full-length, "Faceless," which landed at No. 1 in April 2003.
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