Rogue Wave played the Horseshoe Tavern on Sunday, March 25th, and it was quite a treat!
Danish alternative act New Politics are on the final week of the Lost In Translation Tour, which features supporting acts Dreamers and The Wrecks. We caught up with them at Portland, Maine’s State Theatre.
Iced Earth brought ear candy AND eye candy to Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre and, in both Sanctuary and Kill Ritual, had two great bands to accompany them for the ride.
IDLES played at the Hard Luck in Toronto at the tail end of their recent mini US/Canada tour.
Septicflesh and Dark Funeral co-headlined on their recent North American tour along with support from Thy Antichrist and we caught the last at Club Red in Mesa, AZ.
Canadian rock icons Our Lady Peace and Matthew Good brought hit Casino Rama Entertainment Centre for a hit-filled look a both artist’s extensive catalogues which have been wowing fans for over 25 years.
Finland’s symphonic metalheads Nightwish were in town last week performing at Toronto’s renowned Massey Hall, celebrating their current Nuclear Blast-released album Decades!
On Sunday, Musink saw a much lighter turnout with Lil Yachty, Machine Gun Kelly, Wifisfuneral, and The Fever 333 filling up the performance slots.
As expected, Saturday’s bill drew the biggest turnout at Musink 2018 with headliner Blink-182. Good Charlotte and The Interrupters played excellent sets, while Lil Aaron started things off.
We caught A Day To Remember crushing it on March 15th at Lowell’s Tsongas Center along with supporting act Papa Roach and openers Falling In Reverse and The Devil Wears Prada.
Musink’s opening day lineup featured five Southern California bands including old school punk veterans the Adolescents, FEAR, and headliners Descendents.
Day 4 of Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival was a perfect way to close out the 4-day weekend, especially with the spectacular performances from Arcade Fire, Zeds Dead and Two Feet.
Let me tell ya, bud, there’s nothing quite like seeing the Letterkenny wrecking crew raise a brew to the crowd on St. Patrick’s Day in front of a live audience!
UK alt-rockers Feeder may not have had the same impact on the music scene as their Seattle grunge counterparts but, judging by the packed Academy in Leeds, they've managed to outlast most of them. Check out our review and photos here...
Senses Fail, supporting their new album, brought a high-energy show to Baltimore Soundstage on March 10, 2018, with support from Reggie and The Full Effect, Have Mercy, and Household.
It may have been another day at the office for Cannibal Corpse but they sounded as devastating as they did when they first turned up for work over two decades ago. Check out our photos and review here...
Day 3 of Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival in Okeechobee, FL saw impressive sets from hit-makers the likes of Travis Scott, Snoop Dogg, The Roots, The Flaming Lips and many more!
Heavy metal legends, Iced Earth played a fiery set at The Pressroom in Phoenix, AZ along with openers Sanctuary, who are touring as a tribute to singer Warrell Danes who passed away in December.
We caught up with Texan pop punkers Waterparks as they came through Manchester as part of their Entertainment Tour.
Festival season began at Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival in Okeechobee, FL on Thursday, March 1st!