The Opera House graciously hosted American heavy rockers Corrosion Of Conformity, along with New Orleans metalheads EyeHateGod and local act Pale Mare.
Avatar brought their wildly entertaining brand of metal to a sold-out Opera House in Toronto, along with American rockers The Brains and Hellzapoppin.
American metalcore band August Burns Red, along with deathcore act Born Of Osiris, rocked Toronto's Danforth Music Hall on Saturday night!
Day 2 began just as cold as Day 1 with an outdoor temp of -6 degrees, but the sold-out venue was the perfect temp and beginning the party was Post Malone!
It was -6 degrees outside, but it was warm and toasty within the Minneapolis Convention Center as Day 1 of the 2nd annual SNOWTA NYE Festival began in Minneapolis, MN.
Nothing More put on the kind of unique performance which left this venue dripping with sweat and in utter awe. Check out the review and photos here...
I had to carve path through a dense mass of people to get to the photo pit for Northlane’s set at Nottingham Rescue Rooms.
"Mogwai Fear Satan", the crushing highlight of any live Mogwai performance tends to run past the 15-minute mark when performed, boasting an earth-shattering crescendo that would have even Kevin Shields covering his ears for the sonic part of the song.
PVRIS’ played their biggest UK headline show to date recently, so we had to be part of this amazing night at O2 Brixton Academy!
Australia's progressive metal sextet, Ne Obliviscaris, came through Club Red in Mesa, Arizona along with Colorado's Allegaeon.
On December 7th, Gideon, the Alabama-based hardcore band, hit the Once Ballroom in Somerville, MA and got things moshing!
Nearing the very end of their fall US tour, The Story So Far stopped in Columbus, Ohio to perform at Skully's Music-Diner, along with Drug Church and Turnstile.
The LaFontaines' own trifecta of genres, between rock, indie-pop and hip-hop was on display at Rock City Basement on November 23rd.
On December 6th Hatebreed, along with Dying Fetus and Code Orange, hit The Opera House and kicked Toronto metalheads' asses!
Kasabian return to Yorkshire for the first time since their storming headline set at Leeds Festival earlier this Summer. Check out our photos here...
Gary Numan and his band (Steve Harris, guitars; Tim Muddiman, bass; David Brooks, keyboards and Richard Beasley, drums) laid waste to a sold-out crowd at the Opera House in Toronto.
Silversun Pickups hit the road with tour mates Minus The Bear this fall, and stopped by College Street Music Hall in New Haven, CT where they took the venue by storm!
We join fans who've travelled from far and wide to see Scandinavian band Blues Pills in the intimate surroundings of the Jazz Cafe in London.
With all the things we’ve heard, including cake and crowd surfing, we were more than excited to finally see Hoodie Allen at Playstation Theater in NYC on the last stop of his US fall tour.
On Saturday night SWMRS played The Opera House in Toronto, along with The Interrupters, and it was a punk bonanza!