Testament and Sepultura are currently touring the U.S. along with Prong. They recently stopped at Tampa Bay's The Ritz on April 12th, to deliver one of the most punishing shows witnessed by a local audience in 2017.
Whether the show takes place here in America or home in Belgium, one thing’s for sure: The Sore Losers bring the fire.
Local Natives' Toronto show was fun and danceable with a feminist, political undertone—who can ask for more?
Nashville-based psych rockers All Them Witches came to warm up Toronto's legendary Horseshoe Tavern with a powerful set from their hot new album Sleeping Through the War.
If you haven’t had a chance to see Carnifex yet, they are still on tour in the U.S. through March and will be in Europe this summer. Their talent, passion and pure brutality are unparalleled.
Agnes Obel and her three bandmates delivered a humbling performance of eighteen songs that sounded nothing short of perfect.
With the inclusion of The Beatles "All my Loving," Gloria Gaynor’s "I will Service" and Neil Diamond’s "Sweet Caroline" it was clear that Me First and The Gimme Gimmes saved the best for last.
Seaway headed the line-up of a four band feast in the depths of Rock City’s Basement. It was a good turn out for a small venue, with several band t-shirts adorned throughout the crowd.
The next time Reel Big Fish or any of these bands comes to your town, drop everything and GO.
American heavy metal band Avenged Sevenfold bring their epic new show to town with Disturbed and In Flames in tow. Read our review and check out some photos from all three bands here...
Clutch, as usual, forgo any gimmicks to treat rock fans to another night of massive sounding rock riffs to sign off what has been a shitty year for music fans. Read our review of their London show here...
It might be a rare sight these days but as the Headstones showed in Toronto just before Christmas, the real rock and roll attitude is still alive and fighting. Read our live review here...
Denim, leather, plenty of fitting tributes to Lemmy and a career-spanning set from NWOBHM legends Saxon. The Motorhead frontman would have been proud looking down tonight.
How awesome was it when New Zealand’s Ulcerate visited the desert planet of Arizona for the very first time touring in support of their latest offering, Shrines of Paralysis? Pretty fucking awesome, mate!
Recently The Lounge Kittens headed out on their biggest headline tour to date and our reviewer caught up with the band at a fairly intimate gig in London. Read the review here...
Throughout the night, Sully Erna's songs will take you on an emotional journey soliciting a wide array of emotions.
French metallers Gojira just wrapped up what was likely the LOUDEST metal tour you could've seen this fall, the Magma tour, which saw the band criss-crossing North America with support act Tesseract.
Aussie wrecking crew Massive returned to the UK for a short tour recently and PureGrainAudio joined the party on the opening night in Nottingham. Read our review and check out some great photos here...
Numenorean played a show like there was forty thousand people in attendance with little to no incentive.
Rotting Christ’s encore, "Non Serviam", was the exclamation point ensuring that nothing was left on the battlefield. Not only did they play with the fervor of a band just getting their first chance on the big stage, they were super-appreciative of the Phoenician response.