Korn revisit their groundbreaking debut album for a night five thousand fans shoehorned into the Brixton Academy will not forget in a hurry. Read our review here.
It's truly admirable when a band can pull off the same experience you get listening to their album in a live setting.
Download Festival 2015 returned to Donington Park so Pure Grain Audio joined the rest of the masses for a weekend of booze, loud music, great bands and, as always, shitty weather. Read our review here.
YouMeAtSix, Finch, Taking Back Sunday, Beartooth and more pack an impressive bill for Slam Dunk 2015. Pure Grain Audio was on site in Hatfield for the Southern leg of the three day event.
I can guarantee that the Bovine Sex Club has never been as packed as it was June 4th, 2015 when Pittsburgh punk rock legends, Anti-Flag, played a special, intimate show.
Finnish rock ghouls Lordi brought the heavy metal arokolypse to Reading and proved the doubters who labelled them a one-hit wonder VERY wrong.
Punk rock legends the Dropkick Murphys leave the London punk scene with one massive hangover after the "Celtic Punk Invasion" tour rolls in to London. Our writer joined the party to bring back this review.
Fearless Vampire Killers make their long awaited return to UK stages as they head out on their rescheduled tour dates. PGA joined the masses in Nottingham for one of the shows.
Veteran punk rockers Less Than Jake team up with Yellowcard for a night of fun, fan favourites and shit-losing punk rock! Read our review of the London show here.
Most gigs involving Devin Townsend are pretty special but, as our writer found out when he attended this unique show in London, some of them are just unforgettable.
Max Raptor, Brawlers and the Water Rats teamed up for a short UK tour recently so Pure Grain Audio headed into Swindon to get nice and sweaty at one of the shows.
New Zealand outfit Devilskin are a massive hit back home so Pure Grain Audio made a point of checking out the band in the sweaty confines of the Borderline in London where the band made their UK debut.
On May 9th, 2015, San Francisco, CA's reigning kings of Alternative/Experimental/Funky Rock/Metal, Faith No More, now in their 34th year as a band, steamrolled through Toronto, Canada, playing their first show in the city in years.
Therapy? celebrate the release of their new album Disquiet by heading out on the road to treat fans to a set mixed with new tracks and old favourites. Read our review of the Reading show here.
Following the recent sold-out tour of Finland, the Von Hertzen Brothers made a short trip to the UK and our reviewer was on hand in Nottingham to check the band out as they cemented their place as a highly-rated international act.
Despite their new album Raise A Little Hell riding high in the rock charts, Irish rockers struggle to raise more than a ripple of excitement in Norwich.
Stoneghost celebrated the release of their groove-laden new album with a pummelling launch party in London. Read the review here.
Blues rockers Rival Sons brought their Southern swagger to Nottingham and our reviewer Olivia left Rock City suitably rocked and suitably impressed. Read her review here.
In the intimate surroundings of the Portlands Arms, screamo-hardcore favourites Funeral For A Friend treat a packed crowd to a set of old favourites and tracks from their recently released new album.
Dead Tired gets it, they understand the importance of a performance. This group had the energy of 1,000 coffees mixed with 500 Red Bulls.