Hard rock band Trapt, best known for the 2002 single "Headstrong," on Feb. 28 will headline Northampton's Gin Mill & Grille.
The Gin Mill is the same venue where Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin on Thursday began angrily berating the venue's sound technician before abruptly ending the band's concert.
In August 2009, Trapt opened for Puddle of Mudd during the latter's headlining performance at Musikfest in Bethlehem.
Trapt's other popular songs include "Still Frame" and "Stand Up." The group's most recent studio release is 2013's Reborn. The follow-up, DNA, is set to drop in the summer.
The Gin Mill has also announced the band Saving Abel will perform April 28 at the venue. Tickets for that show cost $20. Saving Abel's singles include "Addicted" and "18 Days."