It’s been well over a decade since A Perfect Circle performed in Toronto. Anticipation for tonights Toronto performance at Air Canada Centre was high, especially with the prospect of hearing some new material live. “Hourglass,” “The Doomed” and “Feathers” did indeed deliver in this regard, making their Toronto live debuts this evening.
Italy's Psychedelic Witchcraft seek to rock, enthrall, and celebrate with everyone, with their latest live-free clarion call in Sound Of The Wind.
Overall, Dark Flag is a competent recording, but you’ve likely heard something very similar before.
Prepare to be blown away by Cavalera Conspiracy's latest, and perhaps greatest, record.
When it comes to holiday albums, few recordings are more universally-loved than the Vince Guaraldi Trio's A Charlie Brown Christmas.
The Body Politic have some decent ideas, but they need to work on fitting them all together as a cohesive, enjoyable whole.
On November 17th, Toronto's Brenda will issue their new 5-track EP Creeper. Check out our exclusive track-by-track and album premiere!
Catapult the Dead’s latest is a meaty offering of quality atmospheric doom.
The Impericon Never Say Die! tour once again rolled into London's Camden Electric Ballroom with a deservedly large following and a brilliant line-up.
Ahead of the release of their debut album Care Plan For The Soul, Yorkshire rockers The Sourheads talk us through each track and the inspiration behind it...
As a community, we must constantly demand that those responsible for abusing or exploiting fans are exposed and held accountable.
Wiz Khalifa has released another one of his albums of exuberant pot smoking, plane riding, money chasing theatricals. But is the Laugh Now, Fly Later mixtape any good?
News of the World showcases a top band in peak form, and this new release from Hollywood Records ought to appeal to new fans and Queen die-hards alike.
The Benefits of Gusbandry is the perfect comedy to watch with your partner in crime, no matter who they are.
Unsigned Wheeling, WV-based metalcore/mathcore fivesome, False Accusations, share an exclusive track-by-track of their four-song EP, I Know You Must Ache!
A year after their excellent debut album ...In The Shadows Below, Year of the Cobra ensures you're still paying attention with Burn Your Dead.
Until the next release rears it's sinister head, this is some totally satisfying doom-laden metal from rising stars that should be found in your collection.
The quality of this DVD (which also comes in Blu-ray) is fantastic, and the band is in top form as soon as the first note of “Black Sabbath” shakes the rafters.
In conclusion, Where is Duke Lion? He's Dead... is one of the most batshit crazy albums I’ve heard in a long, long time.
The melody behind the tune is soothing to the ears, and should make you want to play it over and over again. A great listen.