Gear up for another kickass episode of the Altwire Podcast, where we bring you in-depth conversations with some of the most influential artists from the alternative music scene. Continuing our mission to provide a platform for musicians to share their stories and insights, we are delighted to announce our next guest—Shannon Larkin, the powerhouse drummer of the iconic rock band Godsmack.
In this upcoming episode, we’ll focus on Godsmack’s much-awaited final album, Lighting Up The Sky. As the band puts a bow on their collective discography with this epic release, our conversation with Shannon promises to be an intriguing exploration of the making of this album and the legacy Godsmack leaves behind.
Shannon Larkin has been an integral part of Godsmack since 2002, contributing his exceptional drumming skills to shape the band’s distinct sound. With multiple chart-topping albums and a legacy of being one of the biggest-selling modern rock bands of all time, Godsmack are absolute legends in their own right. Lighting Up The Sky is set to be a fitting conclusion to their incredible journey, and we can’t wait to dive into it with Shannon.
During our conversation, we’ll explore Shannon’s experiences with Godsmack, the creative process behind Lighting Up The Sky, and other fun stories, like The Scorpion King soundtrack. We’ll also discuss the challenges and triumphs of being a part of a successful rock band and their decision to make this their final album.
Don’t miss this captivating conversation with Shannon Larkin as he shares his thoughts on the making of Lighting Up The Sky and offers a glimpse into the world of Godsmack. Be sure to tune in to Episode 3 of the Altwire Podcast and join us as we uncover the creative journey of this legendary rock band.
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