British metalcore giants Bullet For My Valentine just wrapped up a run in the states with Florida’s Trivium -- holy nostalgia, batman -- this was a tour package that my younger, high school-era self had always dreamed of witnessing!
Day 1 of Northern Invasion began with a bang at Somerset Amphitheater in Somerset, WI. We caught tremendous performances from A Perfect Circle, Parkway Drive and Breaking Benjamin to name a few!
Greta Van Fleet rocked the whole house off with fans young and old at Rams Head Live. Featuring special guest, Dorothy, it was a show like no other.
On Sunday, May 13th, The Last Gang, Mad Caddies, The Interrupters, Bad Religion, and of course, NOFX performed at Punk In Drublic Fest in Philadelphia!
Underøath is back and better than ever! We caught them on the “No Fix Tour” at Baltimore, MD’s Rams Head Live along with Dance Gavin Dance, Veil of Maya and LIMBS.
After a weekend of endless live music in Leeds, Bank Holiday Monday sees even more fans pack out the O2 Academy in Leeds to catch Stockport indie favourites Blossoms. Check out the review and photos here...
The Skindred juggernaut continued to flatten venues across the UK and we caught up with the tour in Manchester where John Gilleese brought back these photo tings.
The second and final day of Fort Rock arrived and the energy was remarkable. We caught so many amazing performances including, Breaking Benjamin, Stone Sour and Stone Temple Pilot.
Emo/alternative legends The Used performed to a packed Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto, bringing along an eccentric but kick-ass opening bill in Red Sun Rising and The Fever 333.
For the first time since its start six years ago, Fort Rock was held in Sunrise, FL. Day 1 saw crazy performances from many bands including, Shinedown, Five Finger Death Punch and headliners Godsmack.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, there are very few rock bands these days who can play the kind of wall-shaking arena-filling rock shows that Canadian rockers Nickelback can as Chad Kroeger and his band mates showed at the First Direct Arena.
Day 3 of Welcome To Rockville 2018 was just awesome. We’ve got some killer shots from sets by The Fever 333, Turnstile, Bullet For My Valentine, Wolf Alice, Billy Idol, and the Foo Fighters!
Welsh rockers the Manic Street Preachers returned to Leeds for the umpteenth time and fans new and old flocked to the First Direct Arena to catch the band who were supporting their Resistence Is Futile album.
Last Thursday, George Thorogood and his band of merry Destroyers rolled through Toronto once again, bringing their 2018 “Rock Party” tour to Massey Hall.
Carpenter Brut brought some serious synth hurt to the Danforth Music Hall on April 27th, along with a driving good time thanks to openers, Le Matos.
Six bands hit the stage at Revolution in Amityville NY, on April 22nd, 2018, and it was a six-hour night of extreme metal thanks to Necrophia, Sanction, Enterprise Earth, Rivers of Nihil, and co-headliners Thy Art is Murder and Dying Fetus.
Joe Satriani enlisted the talents of John Petrucci and Uli Jon Roth to accompany him on the European leg of this years G3 tour. We caught up with the trio at the O2 Apollo in Manchester UK.
American power metal band, Kamelot hit The Opera House in Toronto on April 23rd and were accompanied by Dutch metal band Delain and Finland’s Battle Beast.
On April 19th, 2018, Canadian rock band, The Wild!, brought the ruckus to Toronto’s Lee’s Palace, alongside openers The Lazys and Crown Lands.
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.