Shinedown, a rock powerhouse with unparalleled success on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs Chart, is embarking on the 26-date fall leg of “The Revolutions Live Tour”. This comes on the heels of their multi-platinum seventh studio album, “Planet Zero”, which not only reached the top spots on various global charts but also confronts societal issues urging a move towards empathy and constructive conversations.
The tour will see the record-breaking rock band performing at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield on September 23, following their sell-out U.S. arena tour earlier this year. With opening acts Papa Roach and Spiritbox, fans are in for a high-octane evening of music.
“A Symptom of Being Human”, Shinedown’s recent Top 20 mainstream hit on Hot AC Radio, has garnered significant attention, hitting #1 on SiriusXM’s The Pulse. This accomplishment is no minor feat in the current music landscape, with rock bands finding it increasingly challenging to break into pop territory. However, the song’s message speaks to many. It underscores the idea that our imperfections and struggles make us uniquely human. This track, like many others from Shinedown, touches upon resilience, mental health, and the value of empathy. The band’s commitment to breaking musical barriers is evident in their release of both pop and acoustic remixes of the hit.
Shinedown’s “Planet Zero” has been a roaring success since its debut, landing in the Top 5 on the Billboard 200 Chart, the Official UK Albums Chart, and clinching the #1 spot on six other Billboard charts. It has already produced three #1 rock hits, including the title track “Planet Zero”, the evocative “Dead Don’t Die”, and the anthemic “Daylight”.
Recognized for their profound live performances and significant messages conveyed through their songs, Shinedown has amassed over 6.5 billion streams worldwide. The band, boasting a record of 18 #1s on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs Chart, has consistently delivered tracks that resonate across various audiences. Their unwavering commitment to producing music that touches on relevant societal issues has made them one of the most influential modern rock bands of the past two decades.
For those keen on experiencing Shinedown’s electrifying live show in Mansfield and absorbing the potent messages behind their chart-toppers, mark your calendars.