Recorded live in Paris on December 7, 2017 — the final night of Alice Cooper’s enormously successful Paranormal world tour, A Paranormal Evening at The Olympia Paris is fresh and ferocious — a relevant and raw, career-spanning collection.
Rainier Fog puts it all on the line; chugging guitars, pounding bass riffs, killer drums and signature William DuVall/Jerry Cantrell high/low harmonic choruses that can be called nothing but classic Alice in Chains.
Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honoring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #4 celebrates 2008’s The Dark Knight released via Warner Bros. Pictures.
Recorded at the Foo Fighter’s Studio 606 with Steve Evetts, Denver, Colorado’s In The Whale dropped their snarling, slamming EP Dopamine on August 3rd. We’re super-stoked the guys dished on the tracks’ meanings.
Dig comics? Well so does heavy metal band Bury Tomorrow! Celebrating their fifth and latest album Black Flame (Music For Nations / Sony Music), bassist David Winter-Bates shares his TOP 10 favourite comic books.
Taylor Swift, along with her opening acts Camila Cabello and Charli XCX, recently hit Toronto’s Rogers Centre as part of the “Reputation Stadium Tour” and once again proved why she’s the consummate rockstar.
In The Whale, a dynamic duo from Colorado, just released their fifth EP Dopamine and have amazed us with their sound. Heavy, high-powered and loud, you get a hefty dose of rock in five solid tracks with an acoustic taste at the end of the record.
Britney Spears, as well as some of today’s most prominent acts, seem to be charging quite a lot on top of their sky-rocketing ticket prices for their meet-and-greet packages. What’s the deal with this ridiculous trend that sees fans paying the equivalent price of a used Chevy truck?
Mixed and mastered by Dan Korneff (Breaking Benjamin, Paramore), the self-titled, full-length debut record from Belmont is an explosive collection — one bursting with heart-stopping urgency.
Can Chef Danny P. do any wrong? One this instalment of Baker’s Dozen, we get to try the “Grandaddy” of all rice dishes, the far out “Badly Beeten Risotto”.
If we were to describe Mantar’s new Nuclear Blast release The Modern Art of Setting Ablaze in terms of baseball, we would say that they emphatically knocked it out of the park. It’s searingly brutal.
Celebrating music, comedy, art and culinary eats, the three-day Kaaboo Del Mar extravaganza hits the shores of sunny San Diego on September 14th!
Manes now live life as an art-fused experimental rock outfit that is quite hard to pin down. The latest offering, Slow Motion Death Sequence, is listenable and flows well, but it might struggle to find a market.
Dee Snider’s first metal album is a lot of fun. Thought there are hard-hitting tracks and classic Dee vocals, overall it falls a little short of the mark.
Here’s our recap of four highlights, and one lowlight, from the August 4th event at Fort York in Toronto, featuring The National, Father John Misty, Jenny Lewis, Julien Baker, and Dan Edmond.
Uniform put out stomping industrial riffs with a twist of melody. The Long Walk is an album that revels in its humanity, as pained, flawed, and contradictory as that spirit is.
For the second time this year, Alter Bridge front man Myles Kennedy returned to London with his Year of the Tiger tour. This time, though, he was supported by a full band to enhance the experience.
Void Ritual’s Death is Peace represents the sharp end of grief, the white-hot anger that broils and writhes and lashes out, and yet is tempered by the depressing fact of one’s own inevitable demise.
Alt-rock combo Static Fires are set to release their debut album, Thirteen, on Friday 10th August, and we have an exclusive track-by-track breakdown from the rising rockers.
Chef Danny P. is at it once again. This week he’s having fun with some potent puns and shows us how to whip up the best brunch ever. Baker’s Dozen is back and this is “Grown-up Green Eggs and Ham”.