Godsmack fans are pretty damn dedicated. At a Memphis show in May, floods, tornado-caliber winds, and, ironically, Osama bin Laden caused a show that neither Godsmack nor its fans will ever forget. The stage was flooded, tornado sirens were wailing, and thousands of fans had mud up to their ankles all day. "A makeshift stage was created from literally 200 pieces of plywood," Godsmack drummer Shannon Larkin says. "Then, right when we started our second song, 'War and Peace' — a total power blackout. In short, we played the whole show with no lights and just sound, because the... More >>>