Day 1 of Northern Invasion began with a bang at Somerset Amphitheater in Somerset, WI. We caught tremendous performances from A Perfect Circle, Parkway Drive and Breaking Benjamin to name a few!
The kick off to Canadian Music Week, Matt & Kim headlined at The Phoenix on May 7th with openers Goodnight, Sunrise and Monowhales. The glitter, confetti and blow-up dolls were real.
Greta Van Fleet rocked the whole house off with fans young and old at Rams Head Live. Featuring special guest, Dorothy, it was a show like no other.
Underøath is back and better than ever! We caught them on the “No Fix Tour” at Baltimore, MD’s Rams Head Live along with Dance Gavin Dance, Veil of Maya and LIMBS.
The Best is Yet To Come Undone at The Second City Toronto hits all of the right places with heart, seemingly endless energy, cheeky humour, and the very real emotions we’re all feeling.
When Fu Manchu plays in Phoenix, Arizona, it is sort of a rarity… similar to it actually snowing on the mountains that surround the metropolis that locals refer to as the “Valley of the Sun.”
After a weekend of endless live music in Leeds, Bank Holiday Monday sees even more fans pack out the O2 Academy in Leeds to catch Stockport indie favourites Blossoms. Check out the review and photos here...
The second and final day of Fort Rock arrived and the energy was remarkable. We caught so many amazing performances including, Breaking Benjamin, Stone Sour and Stone Temple Pilot.
The fandom of Reverend Beat-Man is cult-like in proportion. We caught the Voodoo Rhythm Records blues trash artist at Alex’s Bar on April 28th along with Thee Swank Bastards and Spindrift.
On Cinco de Mayo we saw an awesome show at Jewel Nightclub & Music Venue featuring Vermont-based band, Stone Bullet and local New Hampshire rock act, Cross The Divide.
Skindred rolled into London town for Big Tings. Along for the ride were CKY and Danko Jones, so a night to remember!
For the first time since its start six years ago, Fort Rock was held in Sunrise, FL. Day 1 saw crazy performances from many bands including, Shinedown, Five Finger Death Punch and headliners Godsmack.
Toronto pop-rock outfit, Cherry Pools made their headlining debut to a sold-out crowd at Toronto’s Sneaky Dee’s, with support from Bicyclops and Plum.
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.