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Halestorm finally got off the road earlier this week after 20 months of straight touring behind the band's sophomore album, The Strange Case Of . . . . Even after finishing such a marathon schedule, singer Lzzy Hale told us that coming off the road is bittersweet: "Yeah, it is bittersweet 'cause I love being on the road and I'm so incredibly used to it now that I don't know how I'm going to, like, sleep in a bed that doesn't move and, you know, wake up and see the same scenery out my window (laughs) every morning. But I mean, that's -- we're definitely gonna keep busy and in the beginning of the year we're writing and recording a new record, and then do it all over again."


  • The Pennsylvania-based band has relocated to Nashville, where it's set up its own studio, to begin work on its third studio effort in January.
  • The Strange Case Of . . . came out in April 2012 and spawned three hit singles, including the chart-topping "Love Bites (So Do I)" and "Here's To Us."
  • "Love Bites" also won the Grammy in February for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance.
  • The group recently issued its second covers EP, ReAniMate 2.0, which featured Halestorm renditions of songs from Judas PriestAC/DCPat Benatar,Marilyn MansonDaft Punk and Fleetwood Mac.

CHECK IT OUT: Watch Halestorm perform "I Get Off" in Watertown, New York at the end of November:

Halestorm's Lzzy Hale On Coming Off The Road

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