ALL Reviews

Field Trip's Day Camp will once again offer a variety of programming perfectly suited to little ones that will also give their parents a chance to take a break from the 26 acts that will perform on two stages.
on May 29, 2017
What do you get if you add Iron Maiden with doom? Well, judging by the new album from Below, the answer is something pretty awesome. Read our review here...
on May 28, 2017
Alien: Covenant is the filmic equivalent of a greatest hits album made by someone with a flawed understanding of why fans love the band.
on May 28, 2017
This weekend, buildings across Toronto are opening their doors to the public as part of Doors Open TO, giving them a sneak peek of the rarely seen corners of the cities' most captivating buildings.
on May 27, 2017
Straddling the line between hard rock and metal, Through Fire's debut Breathe could be the start of a very healthy career. Read our review here...
on May 27, 2017
War Machine is a movie made in a very modern sense in EVERY sense of the word. It’s a dramatic story for mature audiences that deals with everything from war, politics and economics, to sociology, culture and the media.
on May 27, 2017
At the end of the day, The Evolution of a Cro-Magnon is a great read. It's not for the faint of heart, but it really takes the reader on a wild journey.
on May 27, 2017
Many bands do something similar to what Volumes play but what is it that makes Different Animal stand out? Read our review to see...
on May 26, 2017
Canadian rockers Minotaurs come out swinging in their latest album, AUM, an ominous journey of psychedelic indie rock. Although it’s short, its rhythm and funky sound will leave listeners wanting more.
on May 25, 2017
Alternative quartet Faulkner share their 10 TOP favourite hip-hop/rap artists. Check out their dope AF collab with Royce Da 5'9" on the track "Keep Your Enemies Closer"!
on May 25, 2017
Self Supremacy is brutal and very angry, but is it any good? Read our thoughts on the new offering from the UK sluggers here...
on May 25, 2017
“Where Did All The Love Go?”, a single from Los Angeles trio The Rebel Light, is a poppy elegy to the good old days and the way things used to be.
on May 24, 2017
PureGrainAudio came up with this in no way definitive list of artists whose sets will be a "Must See" at Field Trip for fans looking to hear brand new songs, that aren't already in steady rotation on their play lists.
on May 23, 2017
It may not be the soundtrack to a revolution but, after over forty years in the industry, Paul Weller shows he can still bang out quality music as his twelfth solo album shows. Read our review here...
on May 23, 2017
The die-hard Danzig fans will find plenty of material here to satisfy their darkest desires, but only time will tell if it wins over any new fans.
on May 23, 2017
We asked some of the bands playing Slam Dunk this weekend for their advice and tips on a range of topics from festival weather to festival love to what you need to bring. Read on...
on May 23, 2017
Extreme tour grind machine Full Of Hell bring forth a concentrated grinding blast of near-perfection for their latest long anticipated masterwork Trumpeting Ecstacy.
on May 23, 2017
Papa Roach promised to take the classic elements of their sound and drag them into the modern age. Have they come good with their promise? Read our review of Crooked Teeth and find out...
on May 22, 2017
Impassable Fears defies comprehension and stereotyping as it takes you on a journey through the weird and wonderful world of drone.
on May 20, 2017
The L.A. trio's debut LP serves listeners with a half-hour musical experience spanning and fusing a bulk of rock sub-genres—from blues to grunge, to funk, to hip-hop, and everything in between.
on May 20, 2017

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