Managing Editor, USA (Portland, ME, USA)
- When he's not out in the woods, clomping around in streams, or looking at shiny rocks, you can find U.S. Editor and contributing photographer Nathan Katsiaficas in the photo pit, covering everything from heavy metal to punk, alternative, indie, and hip-hop.
Whether deliberate or just a product of their writing process, this album somehow manages to sound like a modern Trivium record, while successfully bridging together their past releases--all the way back to 2003's Ember To Inferno and 2005's Ascendancy.
PVRIS fans in Boston were treated to just that on October 12th as the band made their way home to play a packed House of Blues with support from Lights and opener Flint Eastwood.
On the night of October 6, 2017 two tours converged upon the freshly renovated Palladium in Worcester, MA, the Headspace Tour headlined by Issues, with support from Volumes, Too Close to Touch, and Sylar, and the No Sun No Moon Tourheadlined by The Devil Wears Prada, with support from Veil of Maya, Silent Planet, and Thousand Below.
Folk rockers The Head and the Heart made their way to Portland, Maine's Thompson's Point to close out the venue's concert season on a brisk Saturday evening, September 23rd.
K.Flay recently kicked off a fall tour in support of her April release Every Where Is Some Where. We caught up with her at Portland's Port City Music Hall with Roses and Revolutions.
We caught up with Aussie metallers Thy Art Is Murder as they came to Boston on September 19th for an intimate show at the Brighton Music Hall.
Scranton, PA punks The Menzingers kicked off their fall headlining tour in Portland, Maine last week at Port City Music Hall, bringing their friends in The Movielife along for the occasion.
Xfinity Theater saw fans get wild to sets from Stick To Your Guns, Silent Planet, Barb Wire Dolls, Hands Like Houses, The White Noise, War on Women, and GWAR!
The hottest festival tour of the summer, Vans Warped Tour, invaded Camden, New Jersey on Friday, July 7th.
We're now a couple weeks into the Vans Warped Tour, with over a month still to go. Here are ten of our most anticipated acts!
Rock band AFI just wrapped up a spree of dates with Nothing and Souvenirs on June 22 in Portland, Maine before a packed venue at Aura.
90's Alt-rock heavyweights Everclear are currently in the midst of a tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of their seminal album So Much For The Afterglow, bringing waves of nostalgia to fans far and wide in the US and Canada.
City and Colour just wrapped up a run in the USA that saw them playing midsize venues up and down the east coast. We caught up with their tour as it hit Portland, Maine's State Theatre on June 6th!
On May 19th, heavy metal legends Metallica descended upon the hallowed grounds of Gillette Stadium and shook the walls after Volbeat got the concertgoers all heated up!
Both bands put on a killer show, with Iron Reagan getting the crowd amped up and Volbeat kicking things up several notches at Portland, Maine's Maine State Pier on May 13th.
Pennsylvania punk band Beach Slang are currently opening for Jimmy Eat World on a North American run that wraps up soon on May 19th.
On May 7th Killswitch Engage played to a sold-out audience at Boston's House of Blues on the final date of their co-headlining run with Anthrax, The Devil Wears Prada, and opener Code Orange.
Buffalo, NY’s finest, Every Time I Die, just wrapped up a massive two-month run, the "Low Teens Tour" named for their most recent release, with support from Knocked Loose, Harm’s Way, and Eternal Sleep!
Easily one of the biggest tours this spring, Panic! at the Disco have just set off on the "Death of a Bachelor Tour," a massive two-month headliner across the United States in support of their 2016 album by the same name.