Day 5, the final day for some Rock N Roll R&R. The shows that we caught were: Joel Hoekstra's 13, John Corabi, Girlschool, Bullet Boys, Tom Keifer, and The Answer.
Pierce The Veil managed to deliver a stadium rock level show in a theatre environment while Crown The Empire and Falling In Reverse did an excellent job warming things up.
70000 Tons of Metal docked in Haiti on Day 3 of the cruise. Check out some shots of Marduk, Grave, Moonsorrow, Trollfest, Stam1na, and Uli John Roth.
Sepultura, Soilwork, and Aborted hit the Manchester Academy in Manchester, UK on February 28, 2017 and not a single eardrum was sparred.
Day four on the Monsters Of Rock Cruise and we've arrived in Cozumel, Mexico... sounds like it's Tequila time! It also just happens to be Super Bowl Sunday!
Easily one of the biggest tours this spring, Panic! at the Disco have just set off on the "Death of a Bachelor Tour," a massive two-month headliner across the United States in support of their 2016 album by the same name.
Billy Talent! Alexisonfire! The Tragically Hip! Monster Truck! The Dirty Nil! This evening’s performance was a celebration of Billy Talent's success story as the band delivered a 2-hour performance filled with easter eggs for this very special evening of Canadian music.
German thrash legends Kreator have just entered their thirty-fifth year of headbanging action and they show no signs of slowing down just yet.
Le Trouble's sound is a sublime mixture of modern independent pulling from the past via acts like The Strokes, Modest Mouse and even a dash of Lou Reed.
The third day on The Monsters of Rock Cruise and everyone is getting familiar with the ship. Favourite bars, restaurants, and more importantly where all the concert stages are.
Day 2 of the Monsters of Rock cruise is a party day at sea. Which means you can sleep off the remnants of last night and start the day at your leisure.
Matthew Good, despite being around for years, is still refreshing in his stage presence. He walks out like the Canadian Rivers Cuomo, but without pizazz - truly there to perform quality music.
DevilDriver and Death Angel brought their current to through Los Angeles, California's Regent Theater on February 9, 2017 and we were there to capture the evening's carnage.
Greenville, South Carolina's phenomenal soul-influenced psychedelic southern rock/blues guitarist Marcus King, and his band, made a stop in Toronto at the Horseshoe Tavern on Wednesday night.
On February 18th, ska punks Less Than Jake hit the stage once again at The Paramount in Huntington, New York.
Last Wednesday, the Californian deathcore band, Winds of Plague, blew through Toronto's The Phoenix concert theatre.
The Pool Deck Stage opened up on Day 2 of 70000 Tons Of Metal, where you could watch great bands like Anthrax, Vreid and Suffocation while sitting comfortably in a hot tub.
Death Angel turned The Phoenix into a thrash zone the other night. The California metallers blasted onto the stage and from there, things got wild!
The Monsters of Rock Cruise is about to embark on a Caribbean rock extravaganza! Join us on Day 1 of the band's performances including Winger, Kix, Stryper, Night Ranger and Danger Danger!
Hawaiian rock band Pepper hit the stage at The Paramount on February 18th, 2017 and got the crowd amped ahead of headliner Less Than Jake.