Do you hear that? It's the "sound of madness." OK, not really, but a recent concert announcement might have you singing that hit rock song. 

Shinedown, a hard rock band known for hits such as "45," "Sound of Madness" and "Bully," will headline a concert with Starset and Empire City on Wednesday, April 18, at the Raising Cane's River Center Arena. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale now at, starting at $26.50. 

Shinedown formed in 2001 in Jacksonville, Florida, and has notched 11 No. 1 mainstream rock singles since, the third most all-time behind Van Halen and Three Days Grace. To date, Shinedown has sold more than 10 million records worldwide.

A sixth studio album is expected to drop in April. Guitarist Zach Myers has said the new material is heavier than the 2015 effort, "Threat to Survival." Bassist Eric Bass (that is really his name) is producing the new record. 

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