Seeing pop-punk stars Busted in a venue as tiny as the Brudenel Social Club is a rare occurance so we jumped at the offer of joining a few hundred hardcore fans for one of three album launch shows the band played on the same day.
Brit hard rockers Inglorious's Manchester set didn't quite hit the heights our reviewer was expecting but still managed to rock hard enough for four hundred of their hardcore fans who packed into the Academy 2.
Usually seen rocking the foundations of venues like this one, classic Brit rockers Thunder brought their stripped back "Please Remain Seated" tour to York so we went along to check it out.
London electro-indie outfit Bastille put on a mesmerising visual and audio extraveganza for fans in Manchester recently and you can check out our review and photos here.
Alt-rock staples Walk The Moon and post-punk group Bear Hands delivered big time on a chilly Thursday night in Portland, Maine at the State Theatre for a nearly sold-out show.
With support from Side Hustle, Jane’s Party threw a private listening party to showcase some fresh songs from their upcoming album, Casual Island, out February 15th via Cadence Music Group.
We caught up with mainstream alt/rock giants Panic! At the Disco as they hit the hallowed grounds of Nashville, TN’s Bridgestone Arena with supporting act Two Feet, plus opener Betty Who.
Honestly, the thought of sending out photographer to cover Canadian bruisers Cancer Bats in place like Rebellion in Manchester made us shudder a little bit. Thankfully Sabrina Ramdoyal survived to bring back these awesome photos.
Their new album took seven years in the making, their last visit to Leeds took even longer so, on their debut appearance at the First Direct Arena, the band had some making up to do and they did that with a stunning performance. Check out the photos here.
We caught up-and-coming Toronto artists Valley and Lemin. at a concert presented at The Lounge at Live Nation as a part of the Sirius XM ongoing Ones to Watch Northside Sessions showcases.
Powerwolf brought the metal to the masses at Bristol SWX for yet another sold-out show of their “Sacrament of Sin Tour,” with ear-shattering support from stadium rockers Kissin’ Dynamite and Swedish metal band Amaranthe!
Atlanta heavyweights Mastodon roll into Leeds, UK for the latest date on their UK run. They were joined by Mutoid Man and Kvelertak and you can check out the photos here.
During a stop off in the UK recently, PureGrainAudio was invited down to the dress rehearsal for Cirque Du Soleil's Totem show. Here are a few photos from the two hour spectacular.
Emo staples Silverstein, celebrating the 15-year anniversary of their debut, When Broken Is Easily Fixed, played at Portland’s Aura on January 10th with support from Hawthorne Heights, As Cities Burn and Capstan.
After a long summer tour, All Time Low were back at it in Milwaukee for “Haunted Holidays” at The Rave, along with supporting acts, The Maine and The Wrecks.
Silverstein hit The Opera House in Toronto on December 16th for the “When Broken is Easily Fixed” tour along with Hawthorne Heights, As Cities Burn and Capstan!
Touring in support of their seventh full-length album, Atreyu stopped at The Fillmore in San Francisco, CA for a memorable night with support from Memphis May Fire and Ice Nine Kills.
On December 15th, attendees at London O2 Forum saw something special in Bury Tomorrow’s biggest headline show to date, along with their multinational metalcore support in 36 Crazyfists, Cane Hill and Crystal Lake.
Brooklyn’s Barclays Center was host to Radio.com’s annual “Not So Silent Night” show which hit New York for the very first time. Along with ALT 92.3, the gig included Muse, Mike Shinoda, Florence + The Machine, and many more.
The Christmas spirit was flowing as Black Stone Cherry rocked up in Leeds for a night of Southern-rock drenched riffery. Check out our photos and review here.