Seeing Alexisonfire perform at New York’s Terminal 5 was one of those cross-it-off-your-bucket-list things. With Angel Du$t opening the night, things just went from awesome to bad-ass.
The Unheavenly Skye Tour cruised through Boston’s oceanside Rockland Trust Bank Pavillion and brought with it incredible performances from co-headliners Coheed and Cambria and Mastodon, plus openers Every Time I Die.
With help form rapper Yung Pinch and electropop singer/DJ Elohim, the uber-talented, Platinum-selling Blackbear had everyone at Toronto’s Rebel roaring at the top of their lungs.
Celebrating a twentieth anniversary milestone of their critically-acclaimed This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours album, Welsh rockers the Manic Street Preachers delivered a career spanning set and then some to a sold-out crowd at the York Barbican.
Symphony X take their audience on an epic journey throughout the progressive metal genre at Electric Ballroom on June 6, 2019, supported by Brit heavy metallers Savage Messiah.
Treating fans to a set laden with hits like "Baggy Trousers" and "House of Fun", ska legends Madness kicked off the Summer season at Aintree Racecourse in style. Check out the photos from the show here.
Sacred Reich played in Phoenix, Arizona, promoting their upcoming album, Awakening, at home at Club Red in Mesa. Support from Vio-lence, Excel, Sworn Enemy, and Yidhra made for an awesome evening.
Europe is pretty spoiled for extreme music festivals these days, but don’t let SYLAK Open Air
slip under your radar. This small, friendly and eclectic gathering is one of the best ways to get your metal festival fix this summer.
With a new home and a sick line-up headlined by All Time Low, we joined thousands of alternative music fans in Leeds as Slam Dunk North bounced into town. Check out the photos and some of our highlights here.
Architects brought their Holy Hell tour to the Danforth Music Hall where they pummelled Toronto with an assault of high decibel music and pulsating lights.
Twenty One Pilots took Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena by storm and packed what looked to be two shows worth of energy into one non-stop, frantic crash of light and sound as part of their current “Banditos World Tour.”
When Chromatics hit Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall, along with Italians Do It Better labelmates Desire, In Mirrors, and Tess Roby, the entire night had an air of moxy that elevated everything beyond a mere live concert.
Featuring Twenty One Pilots, Tame Impala Logic and a whole comedy stage, this year’s edition of Boston Calling Music Festival delivered a mostly enjoyable experience, though with plenty of room for improvement in 2020.
Supporting their full-length recording, Anthem of the Peaceful Army (Republic), Michigan rockers Greta Van Fleet were in Toronto for two concerts, along with English blues-rockers Ida Mae, at the newly redone RBC Echo Beach.
During the final week or their “Holy Hell Tour,” Architects arrived at the hallowed grounds of Worcester, Massachusetts’ Palladium alongside the equally ferocious supporting acts Thy Art Is Murder and While She Sleeps.
Dave Hause was at the peak of his powers at London’s Scala on May 10th, supported by the excellent Cold Years and The Drew Thomson Foundation.
This evening was like the cherry on top of a great evening of rock n’ roll in London, Ontario as fans made their way over to the London Music Hall to see Danko Jones perform their own rocking gig after seeing Danko himself earlier that evening playing with Volbeat.
Florida death metal icons, Deicide, along with Origin, Jungle Rot and The Absence, tore through Club Red in Mesa, Arizona with a mix of brutality and high energy.
This was a rock and roll show for the ages! Godsmack with Volbeat and Stitched Up Heart on the same bill made for one incredible (and loud) evening at London, ON’s Budweiser Gardens.
Led by the unimitiable frontman Zakk Wylde, Black Label Society commemorated the 20th anniversary of the group’s album Sonic Brew with a whirlwind of flying hair and deafening metal. Along for the ride were stellar openers, The Atomic Bitchwax and Conan.