On February 2, 2017, Round 7 of the 70000 Tons of Metal cruise set sail from Fort Lauderdale, FL. with 3000 fans excited to embark on 4 nights of pure metal debauchery featuring 61 bands on 4 stages aboard Royal Caribbean's Independence of the Seas.
Christian/Alternative Rock heavyweights Switchfoot and Relient K are currently wrapping up the second leg of the "Looking For America Tour" and we caught up with them a Portland, ME's the State Theatre.
Nothing says "Happy Valentine’s Day" like joining up with 2,000 other metal fans to see one of The Big Four play their third, and arguably their best, Among The Living, album in full.
Seaway headed the line-up of a four band feast in the depths of Rock City’s Basement. It was a good turn out for a small venue, with several band t-shirts adorned throughout the crowd.
While providing support for The White Buffalo, aka: Jake Smith, Jarrod Dickenson played a solo set wherein he managed to keep the gathered crowd enthralled.
Alt-rockers Big Wreck came to shake the Commodore Ballroom a couple weeks ago and rock it they did! A crowd with some age, clearly thrilled to be there, Big Wreck was all smiles throughout the entire performance.
Revered rock quartet, AFI, hit Toronto's The Danforth Music Hall on Wednesday, February 1st and exuded energy as they jumped all over the stage, tearing through one song after another.
Every time I have seen Arkells they have exuded energy, and when they played Vancouver on February 1st it was no different.
For more than three decades, RHCP has been wowing audiences with their melding of musical stylings and kinetic stage bravado, and tonight certainly delivered on all fronts.
Falling In Reverse's Ronnie Radke (vocals) entered the stage with a burst of energy and spent the majority of the evening sliding around without shoes.
Pop-punk fans couldn't have wished for a better line-up as A Day To Remember, New Found Glory, Neck Deep and Moose Blood brought the party to UK arena's last month. We caught the tour in Leeds to bring back this review and photo set...
Toronto's Mod Club Theatre was fully packed on Monday night as the crowd welcomed Nashville progressive rockers The Neal Morse Band.
Vancouver received a true treat last Tuesday when AFI took to the Commodore Ballroom stage. The emo, punk band that developed such a devout following in the early 2000's brought an extraordinarily passionate performance on their first Canadian stop of the "The Blood Tour".
Touring rock circus the Circus Of Horrors returned to the road for an incredible 21st year of shocking audiences across the world. The latest show rolled into York last week and you can see what went down here...
One of the most elite bands in black metal decimated Minneapolis this week. This is a short and sweet, black and white gallery to truly capture the band's essence. Minimal, but powerful.
It’s The White Buffalo, aka Jake Smith's, first trip to the UK but the audience reaction showed that there is an appetite here for this brand of Americana-fused folk rock.
Reel Big Fish hit the stage at the Playstation Theater on January 18th, 2017. The band was on their 20th anniversary tour of their album Turn the Radio Off.
Swedish metal veterans and Century Media Records artists, The Haunted, are currently touring as support to fellow countrymen Meshuggah, before joining up with Arch Enemy for some more European dates.
The atmosphere was perfect for this Saturday night concert and the Peppers went out and did what they always do - KICK ASS!
My hat goes off to Five Finger Death Punch for grabbing fill-in vocalist Phil Labonte of All That Remains and still putting on a top-notch performance!