This evening was like the cherry on top of a great evening of rock n’ roll in London, Ontario as fans made their way over to the London Music Hall to see Danko Jones perform their own rocking gig after seeing Danko himself earlier that evening playing with Volbeat.
This was a rock and roll show for the ages! Godsmack with Volbeat and Stitched Up Heart on the same bill made for one incredible (and loud) evening at London, ON’s Budweiser Gardens.
With their 1981 Extended Play EP flying high since its November release via Fearless Records, the two-piece I Don’t Know How You Found Me (iDKHOW) are starting to soar. We spoke to frontman Dallon Weekes about the EP, the recording process, keeping up with the times, and more.
We spoke with Dream Theater guitarist John Petrucci about the band’s fourteenth album, Distance Over Time (InsideOut Music), why people think they’re a concept record group, and an assortment of other topics that you likely wouldn’t see covered anywhere else.
Canadian rock superstars Danko Jones recently released A Rock Supreme via Indica Records and we spoke with lead singer and guitarist Danko about the ninth album, discussing everything from crowdfunding, to touring, to podcasts.
For long-time Alice In Chains fans from the Toronto area, it could not get much better than getting to see this performance at Orillia, ON’s Casino Rama with Dallas Green’s City and Colour as support.
Anyone who says rock ‘n’ roll is dead needed to have their asses at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall last Friday. Rival Sons and openers Crown Lands delivered an epic show!
For fans of Ministry, this was a dream evening featuring a screening of Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records, sets from Ministry and Cold Cave and so much more at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall.
Ricardo Hoyos plays “Tripp” in the latest Transformers film, Bumblebee. With the movie just-released on Blu-Ray, we spoke with Hoyos about his role in the film and his acting career.
Ahead of the April 26th release of The Shape of Dub to Come, the fifth album from Dub Trio, bassist Stuart Brooks took some time to chat about their new label, New Damage Records, instrumental material, and collaborations with vocalists King Buzzo and Troy Sanders.
Deafheaven, Baroness and Zeal & Ardor recently delivered some sublime sonic chaos at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall and we loved every minute of it.
Revered alt-rockers Failure delivered an exceptional-sounding performance at Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre, along with support from a solid albeit very poorly lit Swervedriver.
Young actor Jason Drucker plays Otis in the latest 21st Century Fox Transformers film Bumblebee. In advance of the digital release of the movie, Drucker spoke with us about his experience working on Bumblebee.
Within Temptation recently wrapped up a North American tour with In Flames as their openers. During their Toronto stop at Rebel, lead singer Sharon den Adel spoke to us about keeping her children safe on the internet, musical collaborations, and the band’s new album Resist.
Toronto’s Lee’s Palace was recently graced by John 5 and The Creatures where, adorned in a creepy face mask, John 5 delivered some mind-bending guitar riffs as patrons held hands to the sides of their heads in awe. Along for the ride were Jared James Nichols and Dead Girls Academy.
In Flames lead singer Anders Fridén took some time to speak about I, The Mask (Eleven Seven Music and Nuclear Blast), keeping a band together for so long, producer Howard Benson, and drawing inspiration form Slayer.
Following the thorny arc of the rise and fall of an important musical movement, as well as explaining how the details and artifacts of the entire Wax Trax! Records history was nearly lost forever, we celebrate the April 16th release of INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT: The Story of Wax Trax! Records with a very in-depth interview with Julia Nash.
On a windy Wednesday night in Toronto, The Black Queen rolled through the Velvet Underground for their first live show in the area, bringing with them New York city three-piece band Uniform and SRSQ.
Within Temptation and In Flames teamed up for an epic evening of music, fun, and birthday wishes on March 6th at Toronto’s Rebel nightclub.
The “Someone To Die For” tour brought Ours (Jimmy Gnecco) and Leeds (Royston Langdon of the well-known British band Spacehog) for their astounding singer/songwriter show through Toronto’s Horseshoe Tavern on March 4th.