The weather was great and the music was loud as we joined 80,000 rock fans for the first day of Download Festival 2017. Read our report here...
Saturday, June 10th was the third and final day of Las Vegas Death Fest and there was no sign of slowing down.
Hell or Highwater graced the Emerson Theater's stage with an abundance of energy, great sound, and unforgettable music while Stitched Up Heart followed with an intense and impeccable performance.
The onslaught of brutal Death Metal continued on Day 2 of Las Vegas Death Fest with headliners, Mortician, taking the stage long into the night and playing a killer set.
90's Alt-rock heavyweights Everclear are currently in the midst of a tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of their seminal album So Much For The Afterglow, bringing waves of nostalgia to fans far and wide in the US and Canada.
Chicago's Rise Against along with California's Deftones unleashed their "loudness" on Toronto at the newly rebranded Budweiser Stage on June 11th.
Las Vegas Death Fest kicked off on June 8, 2017, with some of the most brutal Death Metal bands from around the world!
City and Colour just wrapped up a run in the USA that saw them playing midsize venues up and down the east coast. We caught up with their tour as it hit Portland, Maine's State Theatre on June 6th!
A Lot Like Birds came to Pub Rock in Scottsdale, AZ while touring to promote their new album Divisi and brought along openers Household and OWEL.
Polish death metal band, Vader, with support from Internal Bleeding, Sacrificial Slaughter, Voices of Ruin and Micawber, took Club Red in Mesa, AZ by force!
American rockers CKY, along with Canadian bands The Wild and Tomahawk Love, blew through Toronto on June 6th, setting things ablaze at The Mod Club.
What do you get when you mix the playfulness of video game music, the technicality of jazz, and shreddy sensibilities of metal into one highly musical unit? Well, you get CHON!
Day three of Rock On the Range 2017 was always the forecasted day for heavy rainfall. Naturally, it wound up being the day with the least amount of rain.
Day two of Rock On the Range 2017 started off with more weather delays courtesy of a second storm cell looming over Ohio.
Welcome to Day 1 of the 11th edition of Rock On the Range. We shot a whole slew of bands and even a torrential downpour and stadium evacuation couldn't stop us from getting this coverage!
Toronto's Danforth Music Hall and a full house welcomed Irish American Celtic punk rockers Flogging Molly to town last Tuesday night, along with openers The White Buffalo.
Even the Rock On The Range Kick-Off Party at Express Live! featuring the return of Stone Sour to the live stage on the evening of May 18th was sold out.
May 30th marked Ho99o9 and Injury Reserve's powerful show at Toronto's Velvet Underground. That wasn’t all, though. It’s hard to say what was more captivating: their primal screams and politically charged bars, or their stage presence.
Seether stopped by the House of Blues in Boston, MA on May 14 and played a ton of classic tracks after Kaleido warmed up the crowd.
On May 19th, heavy metal legends Metallica descended upon the hallowed grounds of Gillette Stadium and shook the walls after Volbeat got the concertgoers all heated up!