Arguably one of the finest bands to come out of the 1980s, Depeche Mode looped back again to Toronto to play a final North American show on their current “Global Spirit” world tour at the Air Canada Centre on Monday night.
Teenage Wrist mainlined it up from Los Angeles to play a headlining gig at London, ON’s Rum Runners, which consisted of tons of tracks from their new Epitaph debut LP Chrome Neon Jesus.
Dave Starr took MANY minutes out of his time to discuss Vicious Rumors and the seminal album, Digital Dictator, Science Fiction movies, new videos and Carl Albert.
Hurricane Nita Strauss is a guitarist as talented as she is beautiful. With a reputation as one of the hardest working axe-slingers in modern rock, Strauss is set to release Controlled Chaos, her first collection of original instrumental guitar music in September.
It’s pretty apparent from the candid footage included in Out on a Limb that Steven Tyler enjoyed every moment of working with his Nashville collaborators, as much as they enjoyed the opportunity to create music with him.
Ahead of their upcoming summer North American tour, we spoke with Armored Saint vocalist John Bush about Metal Blade, their rad album Symbol of Salvation, a live DVD and more!
Who’s French and funny and hails from la belle province? Derek Seguin, that’s who. Currently, in full swing on tour with fellow Montreal comic Abdul Butt, Seguin is guaranteed to leave a smile on your face.
Last Thursday, George Thorogood and his band of merry Destroyers rolled through Toronto once again, bringing their 2018 “Rock Party” tour to Massey Hall.
Seeing a live SATE show is an opportunity for musical transcendence, that rare feeling one can get when watching something musically unique. We caught up with the artist to talk new music, comics, and so, so much more.
Forgoing an opener, Steven Wilson performed for close to three hours at the Danforth Music Hall on Sunday, April 22nd, delivering an audio-visual experience that was second to none.
To advance the upcoming 40th Anniversary 4K re-release of Grease, Jamie Donnelly (Jan, one of the quirky members of the “Pink Ladies”) fielded a few interviews and talked about the film, and its enduring legacy.
Surprise world! Cancer Bats dropped a new album. The Spark That Moves is an eleven-song metallic hardcore monster that is guaranteed to get all up in your business.
Ministry’s current AmeriKKKant tour tore through Toronto’s Opera House and left a mark. Al Jourgensen and co. brought along Chelsea Wolfe for the ride.
Seeing Wolf Alice in a venue like Town Ballroom for eighteen bucks already felt like winning - and this was before it was announced that The Big Pink would open all dates on this leg of their US tour.
Ruminating on Hail Destroyer’s creation, Cancer Bats’ frontman Liam Cormier spoke with us about the album’s 10-year anniversary, how things have since progressed, and much more.
The Dead Daises vocalist John Corabi took a healthy chunk of time to talk about Burn It Down, the band’s creative process, their shorthand style of writing new material, and working with Marti Frederiksen.
Calgary three-piece riff-lords Woodhawk touched down at Toronto’s Bovine Sex Club on Good Friday to spread the word of doom amongst some like-minded Torontonian music-heads. Along for the ride were Low Orbit, Hawkeyes and Mountain Dust.
The level of performance SATE brings to the stage can only be described as world-class. We caught up with the artist at the Horseshoe Tavern along with The Celebration Army, CATL and Solhounds.
Iced Earth brought ear candy AND eye candy to Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre and, in both Sanctuary and Kill Ritual, had two great bands to accompany them for the ride.
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer Jonathan Wilson performed cuts of his latest release, Rare Birds, at Toronto’s The Great Hall with the added bonus of opener Kate Boothman.