Day 3 of Osheaga was arguably the best day, partly because it didn’t rain finally and it was packed. Getting through the crowd was like finding your way out of a cornfield maze.
It is somewhat weird seeing a punk group in the middle of the afternoon as your first act but Beach Slang rocked the crowd with some comical anecdotes from the singer, James Alex.
Lead singer, Rome Ramirez and Eric Wilson along with new drummer Carlos Verdugo, delivered a nostalgic set that brought every fan back to the old days.
Co-headliners Rancid and Dropkick Murphys hit the stage at Coney Island in Brooklyn, NY on August 6th, 2017 along with Jake Burns and Bouncing Souls.
Day 1 started off sunny, and although I anticipated rain in the forecast I was not expecting a torrential rainfall which made the first day interesting.
Osheaga has become the Canadian equivalent to festivals like Lollapalooza thanks to a few distinguishing factors.
Hands down, Dashboard Confessional with The All-American Rejects and The Maine on August 3rd was one of the best shows ever at SummerStage. Check out photos and a review!
Muse played an amazing sold out show at SummerStage in Central Park, benefiting the Coalition for the Homeless. Check out photos and a review!
TFOB 2017 was filled with beer, Sloan, and... more beer. Read on for our full review!
A massive metal bill consisting of Behemoth, Lamb of God, and Slayer is making its way around the US.
WTFest 2017 rocked the banks of the Grand River in Brantford, ON and we caught up with Soul Asylum, Tonic, Collective Soul, and headliners Our Lady Peace.
Maryland natives Lionize hit Rebellion in Manchester, UK and soared through their set after Lancashire’s own Good Foxy warmed up the crowd.
Thursday, July 28th, skate shop chain Zumiez teamed up with design/apparel company Sketchy Tank to throw a free banger of a bash at Boston’s Royale.
Method Man and Redman may have been the headliners for the kick-off to the 2017 Toronto Festival of Beer but an appearance by Choclair during Saukrates' set turned it into a reunion of '90s Canadian hip-hop stars.
Korn along with openers Stone Sour turned an extraordinary night of "kick-ass metal" into an entirely new dimension of "blow your fucking ear drums out" at Toronto's Budweiser Stage.
Dragonforce has long established that they can perform blistering fast riffs and solos - as far as I’m concerned they are untouchable in their class. What’s been great to see over the past few years is a conscientious effort from the band to work on material that adheres to more traditional genres of metal.
Toronto got a treat last Saturday night with an epic performance by Oregon rockers Black 'N Blue. It's difficult to fathom, but this was their first-ever concert in Canada.
The band somehow puts together a 2 hour marathon of musical genius played at 100 mph, perfectly.
If you're looking for a throwback tour, mixed with a little something new, then you're in the right place.