Not Dead Yet brought America’s hardcore heavy-hitters, Terror back to Toronto for its 8th festival! The band were accompanied by Candy, Year of the Knife, Backtrack, and Harms Way.
Emmy Award-winning composer Ramin Djawadi, featuring his 80-piece orchestra, made a stop at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto on October 14, for a visually spectacular Game Of Thrones Live Concert Experience.
Brighton rock band Black Peaks visited Leeds recently during their current UK headline tour in support of new album, All That Divides. Check out the review and photos here.
Pop all-stars Chvrches recently performed two sold-out shows at Boston, MA’s Orpheum Theatre, along with support from Lo Moon, and covered Drowning Pool? Yep, last weekend was more than magical!
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.
Judging by the reaction from the packed house at The Church in Leeds, Crawley disco-indie lot Black Honey are on the edge of big things. Check out our review and photos inside.
We hit the House of Blues in Boston, MA and caught Thrice, supporting their Epitaph Records debut Palms, accompanied by LA punks The Bronx and shoegaze act Teenage Wrist.
On Monday, October 15th, The Milk Carton Kids took the stage at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer. For a Monday night in Philadelphia, the crowd was full of dedicated fans, the anticipation amongst them evident.
As The Vamps closed out their successful fall tour at Playstation Theater on Oct 4th, they proved one thing: boybands are still alive, and thriving.
Having just released their new album, The Unheavenly Creatures, progressive rockers Coheed And Cambria made a short visit to the UK and we were lucky to catch them in Manchester. Check out the photos and review here.
Singer-songwriter Tom Walker prepares for the release of his long-awaited new album with a sold-out gig in Manchester. Check out the review and photos here.
Last week a diverse crowd flooded Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall for a capacity show featuring Southern California punk rock icons Social Distortion, plus opening act Will Hoge.
Every night is a party night for Sheffield boys Reverend & The Makers as we found out when we joined the masses in Leeds for the opening night of a three date run. Check out the photos and review here.
To a packed house at Leeds University Student Union, Glenn Hughes showed he is still THE Voice of Rock! Check out our review and photos here.
Fresh from a summer of festival, we catch indie/pop fave Tom Grennan in front of a sold-out crowd at the O2 Academy in Leeds.
Thanksgiving just got heavier! American metalcore band After The Burial, alongside The Acacia Strain, Erra and Make Them Suffer, hit The Phoenix in Toronto and brought the heavy.
Comeback Kid and No Warning brought the pain to Toronto with UK powerhouse Higher Power, and Toronto locals Mil-Spec, when they hit The Velvet Underground a few weeks ago.
Aussie boys The Amity Affliction filled the beautiful surroundings of an old church in Leeds with their melodic hardcore. Check out our photos and review of the show here.
The ‘70s are alive and well at the Bottom Lounge in Chicago. Monster Magnet was joined by Dead Feathers, Dark Sky Choir, and Electric Citizen for an evening of stoner rock.
Guitar legend Slash, along with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators, played a rare show at Casino Rama Entertainment Centre, last Thursday, to a packed room full of fans whose interest spans across decades of his uber-successful career.