Emmure brought the fire to London’s O2 Academy Islington with a phenomenal lineup of support acts which included Rise Of The Northstar, Alpha Wolf, Fit For A King and Canada’s Obey The Brave.
Fast-rising hardcore superstars, Knocked Loose, fresh off the release of their Mistakes Like Fractures EP via Pure Noise Records, stopped by Hartford, CT’s The Webster Underground for an unrelenting and jaw-dropping performance.
Ohio metalcore band The Plot In You made their long-awaited return to Toronto on April 6th at the Hard Luck Bar, with Dayseeker, LIMBS and RYLS. It may have had its slow moments, but the headliners more than made up for it on this night.
Not yet totally stoked on Boston Calling 2019? Maybe this will help... The 3-day festival includes 50 bands on two stages, a slew of comedians, the Boston Ballet, Imogen Heap’s Mi.Mu gloves, the best food in Boston, art, a giant Ferris wheel and plenty of additional activities.
What is the Toronto Festival of Beer, presented by The Beer Store? It’s only one of the biggest events the summer has to offer! Here’s our preview of all this year’s festivities, including live performances from Public Enemy, Dwayne Gretzky, Ja Rule and Ashanti.
Deafheaven, Baroness and Zeal & Ardor recently delivered some sublime sonic chaos at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall and we loved every minute of it.
Revered alt-rockers Failure delivered an exceptional-sounding performance at Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre, along with support from a solid albeit very poorly lit Swervedriver.
THE END Machine, featuring members of Dokken, Foreigner, Lynch Mob and Warrant, absolutely lit up Hollywood, California’s Whisky a Go Go on April 4th!
Melodic death metal pioneers In Flames further cemented their reputation as a must-see live band with a triumphant performance at London’s Roundhouse, supported by Norma Jean and Light The Torch.
London’s exceptionally fancy Bush Hall was the setting for a sublime performance from musical trio The Lounge Kittens, promoting their new six-track EP, Have Another…... Opening the show was the double bass playing, observational comedy of Grant Sharkey.
His hometown show was never going to be small but booking York Minster was about as grand as it could get for Benjamin Francis Leftwich’s homecoming show. Graham Finney joined the sold-out crowd for this breathtaking event.
Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 and Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low have joined forces to create Simple Creatures. The band put on a short, but highly pleasing performance of their new EP Strange Love at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Merging tattoos and music, Travis Barker’s MUSINK returned to the Orange County Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, California. Here are our TOP 5 observations and reflections on this year’s phenomenal edition of the annual festival.
Tonight saw The Script cramming their slick arena show into a stunning venue so, if you weren’t one of those lucky fans who managed to get hold of one of the thousand or so tickets, check out some of the photos here.
Toronto’s Lee’s Palace was recently graced by John 5 and The Creatures where, adorned in a creepy face mask, John 5 delivered some mind-bending guitar riffs as patrons held hands to the sides of their heads in awe. Along for the ride were Jared James Nichols and Dead Girls Academy.
Robyn recently ended her North American Honey tour at Toronto’s venue, Rebel and we were on hand to capture (and enjoy) every awesome moment.
It might have been Tuesday night but Scottish songwriter KT Tunstall had Leeds O2 Academy rockin' like a Friday night. Check out Graham Finney's photos here.
Johannesburg, South Africa’s Rumours Lounge was host to a wicked show on March 1st with local bands L.A. Cobra and Deadline teaming up for a rocking night dubbed Living After Midnight!
State Champs carried on with their “Living Proof” tour at Baltimore Soundstage where they performed a hugely energetic, and near flawless performance, along with equally noteworthy openers Grayscale, The Dangerous Summer and Our Last Night.
On a windy Wednesday night in Toronto, The Black Queen rolled through the Velvet Underground for their first live show in the area, bringing with them New York city three-piece band Uniform and SRSQ.