Day two of Bloodstock Open Air saw Combichrist, Venom Inc., Cannibal Corpse and more set things up nicely for an epic headline set from Gorjira. Check out the photos and review here.
Delivering on its promise to be the “most extreme tour of the year”, we caught up with the Summer Slaughter Tour in Berkeley, CA on August 10th and watched as Between The Buried And Me, Born of Osiris, Erra, & co. levelled the venue.
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.
Day one of Bloodstock Open Air saw 15,000 metal fans enjoy a day of pure heavy metal that included the likes of Lovebites, Emperor and headliners Judas Priest.
Last Wednesday The Smashing Pumpkins rolled through Toronto and stopped at Scotiabank Arena on their “Shiny And Oh So Bright” tour. Local rockers Metric opened ahead of things getting old-school.
On Tuesday August 7th, Glasgow’s finest, Franz Ferdinand, rocked Portland, ME’s State Theatre.
The 6-string whirlwind that is Zakk Wylde brought his Black Label Society machine to town for a makeup date from their postponed January 2018 gig, along with Corrosion of Conformity and NOLA’s EyeHateGod.
Celebrating music, comedy, art and culinary eats, the three-day Kaaboo Del Mar extravaganza hits the shores of sunny San Diego on September 14th!
On August, 1st, guitar legend Jeff Beck, of The Yardbirds, fame treated fans at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage to an awesome night of classic rock. Joining him were Bad Company’s Paul Rodgers and Ann Wilson of Heart.
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.
Thousands of fans all in Iron Maiden t-shirts descend on Manchester Arena as the heavy metal legends roll into town on the Legacy Of The Beast tour. Check out our photos and review of this perfect heavy metal display here.
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.
Reggie’s Live in Chicago is well known for the wide variety of performances, but specifically for supporting the death, speed and thrash metal scenes. We hit the venue for Havok’s North American tour supported by Bloodletter, Texas Toast Chainsaw Massacre, Extinction A.D. and Jungle Rot.
The “Mourning in Amerika” tour, featuring Rise Against and AFI, rolled through Philly on August 4th hitting the Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing.
It was a hot summer day in So Cal, but that didn’t stop the dressed-in-black metal fans from packing the FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA, excited to catch Like A Storm, Shinedown, and Godsmack.
Buckcherry, Alien Ant Farm, Lit and P.O.D. - dubbed the GEN–X Summer tour - took over the intimate stage at Mavrick’s Music Hall in Barrie, ON for a hard-driving look back at one of the best decades for rock music.
The ninth edition of Heavy Montréal just wrapped and holy cow was it a memorable weekend. With over 50 bands spread out over the two-day festival, drawing in more than 27,000 fans, here are 10 ten things we learned this year.
Oh my.... Chicago’s punk gods Rise Against were in town at RBC Echo Beach, with friends AFI and Anti-Flag, this past Saturday night and it was RAD!
Janelle Monae recently hit Toronto’s Rebel nightclub for a stupendous 17-song set supporting her latest album Dirty Computer.
Now in its second year, the ‘77 Montreal festival took place on July 27th at Parc Jean Drapeau. We came, we saw, we photographed and, if you’re wondering how it was or maybe already pre-planning for 2019, here are eight things to know.