With the rain finally receding for the third and final day of Copenhell, fans were provided with a solid lineup that hosted multiple legends, including the mighty Slayer and Rob Zombie.
Day 2 of Copenhell, Copenhagen’s annual metal festival, was just as amazing as Day 1 including Performances from The Dillinger Escape Plan, Airbourne, Five Finger Death Punch, among many others!
Lockdown Festival and Heavy As Fuck Finals hit Toronto's Rockpile on Sunday, July 2nd, and we caught Bacon, Skull Goblet, The Dead Fuks, Distorthead, Dawn Valley, The Nasties and Road Wolves.
What’s cool and Canadian? Catching 54-40 two days before Canada Day at Maxwell’s Concerts & Events in Waterloo.
After playing to over 60,000 fans at Hyde Park in London two days earlier, Green Day brought their show to Yorkshire for a more intimate gig in Sheffield. Check out our review and photos here...
23,000 metalheads, 42 bands, 3 stages. Grab the 666 bus to Refshaleøen and walk the Highway to Hell to enter the gates of Copenhell, Copenhagen’s annual metal festival.
There was a real chill in the air last Wednesday evening as San Francisco's Third Eye Blind, along with L.A. alt-rockers Silversun Pickups and Ocean Park Standoff took over Toronto's Echo Beach.
Getting to see Bullet For My Valentine in a venue the size of The Phoenix is a total treat, and fans tonight knew it.
Arkells headlined a recent TO show, and along with fellow Torontonians July Talk and American alt-rockers Mondo Cozmo, it was a long day of music, dancing in the aisles, and partying!
The rock n' roll circus that is Eagles of Death Metal is a live act that you shouldn't only hear, it's something you truly have to experience.
Goatwhore came through Flagstaff, AZ on their headlining tour and performed after openers Anciients and Kill Command.
Despite dark clouds and the occasional downpour, that fun summer festival vibe was in full swing at Toronto's Budweiser Stage on June 20th. The Steve Miller Band, joined by Peter Frampton, brought all their hits to town!
Did Ghost sell their soul for fame and fortune? Perhaps. Either way, the guys put on a terrific performance and were perfect openers to warm up the crowd ahead of Iron Maiden.
With over 250 bands covering all genres of rock spread across multiple venues, there was no choice but to jump right in and hope we find our new favourite band. Check out our review and photos from Camden Rocks Festival right here...
Lucero is a badass blend of bourbon-fuelled blues-infused tattooed covered country rock with a ton of heart and soul that will make you think twice before you bad mouth country.
From The Dead Daisies and Blood Youth through the likes of Devildriver, Alter Bridge, Steel Panther and Clutch to headliners Slayer and Aerosmith, Download Festival sign off in style with a third day of great music and great weather. Check out our review and photos here...
After an awesome first day, day two of Download saw the weather hold out as thousands of rock fans enjoyed another great day of music including AFI, Simple Plan, Rob Zombie, Max and Igor Cavalera and more. Read our review and check out the photos inside...
The Iron Maidens just stopped by the Rockpile to perform a wonderful set of deep cuts lifting from the albums that make up the first ten years of Iron Maiden.
The atmosphere was immensely epic at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota before the almighty Iron Maiden took to the stage to destroy everything in sight.