Ohio metalcore band The Plot In You made their long-awaited return to Toronto on April 6th at the Hard Luck Bar, with Dayseeker, LIMBS and RYLS. It may have had its slow moments, but the headliners more than made up for it on this night.
They’re new, they’re hungry, and their melodic hardcore is addictive. Woodbridge, ON-based quartet, Single Wound are following up the March 8th release of their Isolate EP with the premiere of the “Burden” live music video.
Florida pop-rock band, Set It Off brought the North American leg of their world tour to Toronto’s Mod Club on March 6th for a rousing show, along with With Confidence, Super Whatevr and L.I.F.T..
Albany pop-punkers State Champs brought their headlining North American tour to Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre, with Our Last Night, The Dangerous Summer, and Grayscale tagging along.
Japanese rock band, One OK Rock, supporting their newest effort Eye Of The Storm, hit Toronto’s REBEL on February 28 along with Waterparks and Stand Atlantic... it was bound to be a hell of a night!
Pkew Pkew Pkew continue to build on their strong run of solid-yet-safe punk rock with their new record, Optimal Lifestyles, out March 1st on Dine Alone Records.
Chastity took to Toronto’s The Rec Room on February 15th, along with supporting bands Greys and Casper Skulls. Oh, did we mention there was a surprise three-song set from Alexisonfire?!
Alexisonfire just dropped their newest song in almost a decade; give that a minute to fully sink in, and then check out our review of “Familiar Drugs”, out now via Dine Alone Records.
In our new series, One & Done, we profile bands that came into existence and, with their debut album, unknowingly sang their swan song. In our first instalment, we look back at the Sex Pistols and their debut, Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols, released October 28, 1977, via Virgin.
Ottawa hardcore band, Sedition have only played a grand total of three live shows and are already causing quite the stir. We sat down with vocalist Lance Crowder to delve further into the group, and what has transpired in its short life span.
Sunflower Bean’s newest EP, King of the Dudes (out January 25th via Mom + Pop Records), has the band exploring a heavier sound that suits them ridiculously well.
It is one again that joyous time of the year and we are running down the Top 10 Christmas songs that’ll get you in the spirit while staying true to your favourite heavy artists, including Motionless In White, Type O Negative, Issues, Breathe Carolina, All Time Low and more.
Before a recent Toronto date, we took chatted with Mayday Parade guitarist Brooks Betts about the band’s most recent tour and Rise Records release, Sunnyland, playing Canada, and Vans Warped Tour coming to a close.
Pop-punk band and Toronto locals, Incase We Crash have been grinding it out and today have released their second EP, No Education; an impressive sophomore recording that’s definitely worth a listen.
Yungblud brought his “21st Century Liability Tour” to Toronto’s Rivoli on October 21st to promote his album of the same name. It was an evening packed with fun which was only amplified by Louisville, Kentucky opener, Arrested Youth.
One year after making their Toronto debut with labelmates, Hollerado and Little Junior (the latter opening this show), Calpurnia, fronted by Finn Wolfhard of IT and Stranger Things fame, returned to the city and brought the ruckus at The Phoenix.
Toronto’s annual hardcore/punk extravaganza, Not Dead Yet, has come and gone. We caught Californian hardcore band, Terror at The Hard Luck and have 5 reasons they proved they're still the kings of hardcore.
Self-proclaimed fashion-art rock band, Palaye Royale have accomplished a lot since their incarnation. Unfortunately the new album, Boom Boom Boom (Side B), doesn’t quite meet expectations.
Pale Waves are shining brightly on their highly anticipated debut album, My Mind Makes Noises, out now on Interscope and Dirty Hit.
UK group Boston Manor are just about to drop their newest record, Welcome To The Neighbourhood, out September 7th via Pure Noise Records, which adds some heavier elements to their pop-punk sound while continuing to satisfy fans of their earlier work.