This was a rock and roll show for the ages! Godsmack with Volbeat and Stitched Up Heart on the same bill made for one incredible (and loud) evening at London, ON’s Budweiser Gardens.
Led by the unimitiable frontman Zakk Wylde, Black Label Society commemorated the 20th anniversary of the group’s album Sonic Brew with a whirlwind of flying hair and deafening metal. Along for the ride were stellar openers, The Atomic Bitchwax and Conan.
Liz Mauritz, lead vocalist for Austin, Texas-based pop-punk group Gold Steps, delivers a fantastic guest blog detailing various Easter Eggs in the video for their newest single, “Empty Space.”
Indie rockers Turnover brought along Turnstile and Reptaliens for an incredibly memorable tour closer at New Haven, Connecticut’s College Street Music Hall on May 9th.
Guitarist/vocalist/composer Fabio Brienza of atmospheric metal band Varaha spoke to us with the same expansive depth as he writes his music, elaborating on the band's new record A Passage For Lost Years and working with Prosthetic Records.
Newmarket, Ontario-based alternative/rock group, Graywater are debuting their new single “By Now, Somehow,” ahead of its May 24th release via all major streaming platforms. Hear it today... right here, right now! Dope, right?
Calm that heartbeat with some acoustic, singer-songwriter vibes thanks to our latest free song download, “Can’t Get It By You,” the newest single from Toronto artist Jon Stancer.
Hollywood Vampires, the rock supergroup featuring Alice Cooper, Joe Perry, and Johnny Depp, brought a star-studded affair to the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on May 11th.
Twelve fun, polished-yet-gritty rock tracks are what await listeners on the debut, self-titled full-length from Kansas City upstarts, Hot Suede. Good thing we’ve got an early sneak peak for eager fans....
Montreal native and art-rock connoisseur Jesse Mac Cormack lends some insight into his newest record, “Now” (out May 3rd on Secret City Records), with a track-by-track rundown of its ten dreamy, explorative songs.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s Hearken are one dope duo you should hastily add to your #rockradar. The band peddle a sort of indie grunge that is perfectly displayed on the brand new single, “Bloom.”
The Wildhearts returned to London and delivered exceptional set at Brixton Electric. With Towers of London and Massive Wagons along for the ride, they made this a nostalgic night to remember!
You know you’ve got a perfect lineup when fans are just as excited to see the support as they are the headliner. Movements might have been the main act at Irving Plaza, but Drug Church, Trash Boat, and Boston Manor ensured the crowd seemed got rowdier every time the lights went black.
For this edition of the Paltrocast, Darren Paltrowitz spoke with the legendary Dionne Warwick, Grand Funk Railroad and Bob Seger drummer Don Brewer, Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young guitarist Nils Lofgren, 311 singer and guitarist Nick Hexum, and chef and Nailed It star Jacques Torres.
With their 1981 Extended Play EP flying high since its November release via Fearless Records, the two-piece I Don’t Know How You Found Me (iDKHOW) are starting to soar. We spoke to frontman Dallon Weekes about the EP, the recording process, keeping up with the times, and more.
Gatineau, Quebec’s post-hardcore quintet, Fractures & Outlines, who are set to release their new album Defenseless on May 17th, are today debuting ALL of the new tunes and we’re proudly hosting the exclusive!
With less than three months to go, Bloodstock organisers have been rounding out the line-up with the last few additions. Check who is joining the metal masses at Catton Hall in August here.
UK metallers Savage Messiah are set to release their new album Demons this week and are already on the road supporting Symphony X.We got the lowdown on life on the road with the band when we spoke to them recently and you can read all about it here.
Finnish doom metal masters Swallow The Sun cemented their reputation at the pinnacle of their genre at London Underworld on May 6, 2019, supported ably by Oceans of Slumber and Aeonian Sorrow
As she continues to log the miles touring in support of her latest record SEVEN, we spoke to rock musician Jasmine Cain about her favorite musical gear, including her Warwick bass guitar, the Traynor YBA-300 amp and more!