Environment Canada issued an extreme weather advisory on Thursday night in Toronto as hurricane Rob Zombie blew through town and touched down at Budweiser Stage.
Tramlines Festival celebrated it's tenth anniversary this year and you can read our review and check out the photos from the three day event here.
Divided Heaven delivered a kick-ass performance. I’d call them a real “working man’s band” giving the audience some punk-influenced, straight-forward rock and roll. Even after a van meltdown on way to St. Louis from Chicago, these guys didn’t shortchange us.
Last Wednesday California’s Suicidal Tendencies, along with New York’s Sick Of It All, blew the roof off Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre and we’ve got the photos to prove it!
Weezer brought the heat to a cool summer night on the water at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater on July 18, 2018, with help from friends in Pixies and Sleigh Bells. Check out photos and a review here!
This past Sunday night DCD2 / Fueled by Ramen’s Las Vegas rockers Panic! At The Disco caused quite the stir at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena.
Welsh rockers the Stereophonics made their debut at the Scarborough Open Air Theatre last week and you can check out our photos and review here...
Excited Toronto fans waited in line for The Flats’ gates to open at Budweiser Stage since the wee hours of the morning on July 17th. Why? Vans Warped Tour was in town and the sold-out event was THE place to see and be seen.
We caught up with Coheed and Cambria (Roadrunner Records) and Taking Back Sunday (Hopeless Records) during a recent tour stop at Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing in Philadelphia, PA.
Even John Bush couldn’t explain why it had taken 18 years to bring Armored Saint back to Toronto as the Metal Blade band positively pummelled the Mod Club.
To celebrate all their new albums, Rivers of Nihil, Alterbeast and Inferi launched a nationwide tour to kick start things. We caught the madness and it was awesome!
It was amazing to see 13,500 like-minded music fans getting their alt-rock on at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto this past Saturday! Weezer and Pixies both sounded excellent and left the audience wanting more.
What happens when the Foo Fighters play to their largest-ever Toronto crowd at the Rogers Centre with support from The Struts and The Beaches? The answer rhymes with fandemonium.
Portland, Oregon’s UADA brought their mysterious personas and dark sound to Club Red in Mesa, AZ and, along for the evil evening were The Black Moriah and Wolvhammer.
Despite the heat advisory in effect, the annual Basilica Block Party in Minneapolis, MN welcomed over 11,000 music fans both days of the festival. Check out our photo-coverage.
While he was in the UK to headline Ramblin' Man Fair Festival, Myles Kennedy tagged on a few headline shows. Sabrina headed down to the Liverpool show to bring back these photos.
On July 6th, rock and roll’s hottest act, Greta Van Fleet, graced the REBEL stage for their first show of two shows in Toronto.
The Black Dahlia Murder and Whitechapel are co-headlining a North American tour and we caught the show at The Pressroom in Phoenix, AZ. Openers were Aversions Crown and Fleshgod Apocalypse.
Torontonians celebrated our southern neighbour’s Independence Day with a night of classic rock at Budweiser Stage when headliners Styx dropped by with Tesla!
Canada’s own Bryan Adams played to a sold-out house at Casino Rama Resort as part of his “Ultimate Tour” on July 4, 2018. Fans were treated to a two-hour romp through the rockstar’s extensive catalog of hits.