Love ‘em or hate ‘em, there are very few rock bands these days who can play the kind of wall-shaking arena-filling rock shows that Canadian rockers Nickelback can as Chad Kroeger and his band mates showed at the First Direct Arena.
Day 3 of Welcome To Rockville 2018 was just awesome. We’ve got some killer shots from sets by The Fever 333, Turnstile, Bullet For My Valentine, Wolf Alice, Billy Idol, and the Foo Fighters!
Welsh rockers the Manic Street Preachers returned to Leeds for the umpteenth time and fans new and old flocked to the First Direct Arena to catch the band who were supporting their Resistence Is Futile album.
Metropolitan Park hosted this year’s Welcome to Rockville festival and we had a blast on Day 1, covering bands like Halestorm, Underoath and Parkway Drive.
Sum 41 hit up the sold-out House of Blues in San Diego, California to celebrate the “Does This Look Infected 15th Anniversary Tour”, with support from Seaway and Super Whatevr.
Indie pop giants Matt and Kim are wrapping up a trek in support of their upcoming release Almost Everyday. We caught up with the tour, including openers Tokyo Police Club, at the State Theatre.
Last Thursday, George Thorogood and his band of merry Destroyers rolled through Toronto once again, bringing their 2018 “Rock Party” tour to Massey Hall.
Carpenter Brut brought some serious synth hurt to the Danforth Music Hall on April 27th, along with a driving good time thanks to openers, Le Matos.
Six bands hit the stage at Revolution in Amityville NY, on April 22nd, 2018, and it was a six-hour night of extreme metal thanks to Necrophia, Sanction, Enterprise Earth, Rivers of Nihil, and co-headliners Thy Art is Murder and Dying Fetus.
Joe Satriani enlisted the talents of John Petrucci and Uli Jon Roth to accompany him on the European leg of this years G3 tour. We caught up with the trio at the O2 Apollo in Manchester UK.
American power metal band, Kamelot hit The Opera House in Toronto on April 23rd and were accompanied by Dutch metal band Delain and Finland’s Battle Beast.
On April 19th, 2018, Canadian rock band, The Wild!, brought the ruckus to Toronto’s Lee’s Palace, alongside openers The Lazys and Crown Lands.
Forgoing an opener, Steven Wilson performed for close to three hours at the Danforth Music Hall on Sunday, April 22nd, delivering an audio-visual experience that was second to none.
On Friday, 4/20, American hard rock “supergroup” Sons Of Apollo hit Toronto’s Opera House, along with openers Felix Martin, and just kicked everyone’s ass!
Trivium brought Code Orange, Power Trip and Venom Prison along with them on their UK tour and we caught up with the chaos at a sold out Manchester Academy.
Julien Baker played to an ecstatic crowd at the Academy of Music Theater in Northampton, MA, along with indie rock openers, Tancred.
Papa Roach are currently tearing their way across America on the “Crooked Teeth Tour” along with supporting acts Nothing More and Escape The Fate. We caught up with the guys at the State Theatre in Portland, Maine.
British rockers, The Darkness played a sold-out show at the Phoenix on Sunday, April 15th and it was a journey to falsetto-laced, glam rock heaven.
The Vamps kicked off their Night & Day UK tour at the FlyDSA Arena in Sheffield. Check out the photos here...
Gigs in venues like The Wardrobe, are going to be few and far between for breakthrough artist Mabel. Check out our review and photos here.