Swedish metal heavies Sabaton united with German thrashers Kreator on this co-headlining tour and stopped by Toronto's Phoenix Concert Theatre.
Day 2 of the eighth annual Monsters of Rock Cruise brought passengers to Cococay in The Bahamas for the first of two beach party days.
Los Angeles four-piece rockers Vista kicks rolled through Toronto for the very first time on the weekend and got some local booties shaking at Adelaide Hall.
Day 1 included a headline set by Tyketto, along with killer shows by Pretty Maids and Autograph.
The eighties pop sensation Bananarama was in town last Friday night and it was another sold-out show at The Danforth Music Hall.
Exhumed stopped at Joe's Grotto in Phoenix, AZ and set off the fire alarm no less than eleven times. Opening the show was Phobia and Incantation.
Toronto's Massey Hall was home to Joe Satriani, who brought his G3 tour through town, accompanied on stage by Phil Collen and John Petrucci.
AWOLNATION made a stop at the House of Blues in Boston amidst their month-long tour to support their new album, Here Come The Runts, with support from Nothing But Thieves and Irontom.
The "Doomsday Tour," which sees UK metalcore giants Architects at the helm with supporting act Stick To Your Guns and opener Counterparts is currently in full swing and making its way across North America. We caught up with the tour as it came to The Palladium in Worcester, MA on February 18, 2018.
Bowling For Soup + Friends = One night of unbridled pop-punk fun. Check out our photos and review here...
Neck Deep's "The Peace and The Panic" Tour hit the Minneapolis, Minnesota venue First Avenue on Tuesday, February 13th.
Toronto's Massey Hall was home to Robert Plant's only Canadian stop during his current "Carry Fire World Tour."
Stone Sour and leader Corey Taylor decimated Toronto's Rebel nightclub on a mild Valentine’s Day along with help from Maria Brink and her In This Moment crew.
Pure Grain Audio caught up with the tour three dates in as Jamie brought his band to the Manchester Academy 3. Check out the photos here...
The fourth and final day of 70000tons of Metal is always the most insane. Many of the sailors dress up in costumes and the partying goes into overdrive.
Portugal. The Man played the first of two sold-out shows at the Palace Theatre on Friday, February 9th in St. Paul, Minnesota, along with openers Twin Peaks.
On Day 3, 70000tons of Metal was brutalized by Meshuggah, as well as Sonata Arctica, Cannibal Corpse, Wolfheart, and Die Apokaliptischen Reiter.
Milky Chance closed off their North American leg of the "Blossom Tour" with back-to-back sold-out shows in Vancouver.
Nu-metal rogues Alien Ant Farm returned to the UK recently bringing SOiL and Local H with them. Check out the photos and show review from the Leeds date here...
The Pool Deck Stage was open and ready for an epic party with headliner Sabaton on Day 2 of 70000tons of Metal.