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(Cancelled) Hinder “Celebrating 15 Years of Extreme Behavior” with Special Guests – Wayland & Blacktop Mojo

at The Paramount | Tue May 26

Location

The Paramount

370 New York Ave.
Huntington, NY 11743
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Tel: 631-673-7300

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Date & Time

08:00 PM
Tue, May 26, 2020
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(Scheduled event affected by New York's temporary public gathering restrictions)


Hinder “Celebrating 15 Years of Extreme Behavior” with Special Guests – Wayland & Blacktop Mojo

"Release plans for Hinder’s seventh studio album will be announced soon. The set will follow 2017’s The Reign and will be the first they do completely on their own terms. Cody Hanson explains:  “We’re excited about releasing the next album, but in a different way than usual. We’ve never had the opportunity before to completely control every aspect of the creative process until now. We’ve worked really hard to get to this point and we can’t wait to share the outcome with our fans!”  

Hinder formed in 2001 and have remained at the top of their game supported by a solid and steady fanbase. The proof is in the numbers, selling over 4 million albums and 10 million singles and amassing more than 150 million video views. The band has also seen more than 100 million streams and growing. 

As one of the few rock bands to grab massive cross-over success, Hinder’s 2005 debut album, Extreme Behavior is now certified 3x Platinum. In 2008 their sophomore effort, Take It To The Limit, surpassed their debut by peaking at #4 on the Billboard 200 and hitting the Mainstream Rock chart at #3 with single ‘Use Me.’ This solidified Hinder as the biggest new breakout rock act and catapulting them into packed arenas worldwide with the likes of Aerosmith, Mötley Crüe, Nickelback, 3 Doors Down, Papa Roach, and many others. Hinder proved consistent record hit making by following up with a #1 Top Modern Rock/Alternative Album, All American Nightmare (LP 3), and a #3 Top Hard Rock Album, Welcome To The Freakshow (LP 5)."

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