Lzzy Hale of HALESTORM didn’t have an easy time while growing up, particularly in middle school. She opens up about dealing with bullies and believing in herself in this APTV video message to her 13-year-old self.
“The great thing is that in a couple of years, you won’t be thinking of them,” she says about the bullies. “They’re definitely not as cool as you.”
She talks about forming a band as a 13-year-old, and going through many different members before deciding on a band that worked. “Your little brother is crazy; don’t kill him, because he’s legendary,” says Hale.
HALESTORM is among the many top artists who have recorded renditions of EAGLES OF DEATH METAL’s “I Love You All The Time” as part of the Sweet Stuff Foundation’s “Play It Forward” campaign to aid victims of last November’s terrorist attacks in Paris. The track is available now on the iTunes Store, Amazon, and Spotify, as well as the official “Play It Forward Store.”
HALESTORM has announced details of a major North American headline tour. The dates begin April 1 at Reading, Pennsylvania’s Reading Eagle Theatre in the Santander Arena and extend through late May. Support throughout the trek comes from special guests DOROTHY and the legendary Lita Ford. In addition, the tour will include stops at a number of festivals and summer radio concerts as well as a pair of much-anticipated dates alongside the one and only ROB ZOMBIE, slated for May 18 at Bloomington, Illinois’ Cellular Coliseum and May 19 at Saginaw, Michigan’s First Merit Bank Event Park.
HALESTORM’s third album, “Into The Wild Life”, debuted at No. 5 on The Billboard 200 album chart, selling 56,000 copies in its first week of release — more than double the first week haul of the band’s previous effort, 2012’s Grammy-winning “The Strange Case Of…”