ALL Show Review

The most anticipated heavy metal tour of the last few years rolls into Nottingham with headliners Slipknot living up to the fearsome live reputation…
By on Jan 30, 2015
No Devotion take a day off from their current UK tour supporting Gerard Way to get up close and personal at an intimate club show in Reading.
By on Jan 28, 2015
The stars came out to shine at the world-famous Roxy for a most worthy cause: to raise money through the Adopt the Arts program, benefiting music pro…
By on Jan 19, 2015
And the circus came to town. In a high desert setting, amid carnival-like sideshows, games, rides and concessions right out of some kind of heavy met…
By on Jan 08, 2015
While Queens-based punk quartet Bayside is no stranger to Asbury Park, New Jersey, this was the first time that lead singer Anthony Raneri, on a shor…
By on Jan 07, 2015
Volbeat end their touring cycle for Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies with a fine mix of new and old favourite in Norwich. Hopefully the UK won't have…
By on Dec 21, 2014
Vanity Draws Blood headlined an intimate gig at the Fighting Cocks in Kingston Upon Thames on Thursday, December 11th.
By on Dec 20, 2014
Despite rumours of van accidents and technical difficulties, Italian post-hardcore outfit Hopes Die Last still managed to tear up a hardcore frenzy o…
By on Dec 17, 2014
Mastodon may not be the chattiest of bands but, as their fans found out in London recently, they more than lived up to their reputation as one of the…
By on Dec 16, 2014
Aussie hardcore favourites The Amity Affliction rolled into London on their latest UK tour headlining a night that left hardcore fans talking about f…
By on Dec 16, 2014
After Hellion played the Whisky on October 2nd, any preconceived belief that the band's golden era was set back sometime in the '80s has been dispell…
By on Oct 22, 2014
Cleveland metalcore heavyweights Affiance, have embarked on a CD release tour with Phinehas for their third full-length album Blackout, bringing thei…
By on Sep 28, 2014
The heavens opened on Sunday and with torrential rain and high winds predicted to last the rest of the day, it looked like Bloodstock was in danger o…
By on Sep 03, 2014
Headlined by the extremely controversial Norwegian black metal heavyweights Emperor, here's what went down on day two of Bloodstock Open Air 2014.
By on Sep 02, 2014
Marking the last night of their U.S. Summer tour, Yes treated their fans by opening with the Close to the Edge album in its entirety, albeit out of s…
By on Sep 02, 2014
On August 4th, 2014, I had a chance to see The Kooks play Toronto's Danforth Music Hall. I haven't listened to this band since they released their al…
By on Aug 26, 2014
Down are an interesting choice of headliner for the first day. Yes, there is no doubting that Phil Anselmo is a heavy metal legend but, to follow the…
By on Aug 25, 2014
On the L.A. stop of the "Worldwide Plagues Tour", Tampa's power metal vets Iced Earth and Sweden's Sabaton, performed for a fully-packed House of Blu…
By on Jul 22, 2014
On the festival's South stage, by far the smallest of the three, Torrance, California's Joyce Manor and their A.D.D brand of catchy punk rock capped…
By on Jul 07, 2014
Stage 48 in New York City is not your average rock venue. This swanky spot is a posh nightclub, complete with color changing walls and couches along…
By on Jun 30, 2014

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