On December 15th, attendees at London O2 Forum saw something special in Bury Tomorrow’s biggest headline show to date, along with their multinational metalcore support in 36 Crazyfists, Cane Hill and Crystal Lake.
Brooklyn’s Barclays Center was host to Radio.com’s annual “Not So Silent Night” show which hit New York for the very first time. Along with ALT 92.3, the gig included Muse, Mike Shinoda, Florence + The Machine, and many more.
The Christmas spirit was flowing as Black Stone Cherry rocked up in Leeds for a night of Southern-rock drenched riffery. Check out our photos and review here.
Hard rock heavyweights, Def Leppard brought their "Best Of" tour to the UK recently where they performed hit album Hysteria in full. Check out the photos and review here.
Indie fans of all ages poured into the First Direct Arena in Leeds as 90's Indie stars James and The Charlatans performed some of their biggest hits from the era. Check out the photos and review here.
Ending their "Almost Christmas" tour in Leeds, Bowling For Soup and friends made sure they signed off in fine style with a night of drunken debauchery. Check out the photos and review here.
There couldn't have been a better surrounding to see Zeal & Ardor than in an actual Church which is exactly what we did. Check out the photos and review here.
The “Erase Me Tour’s” loaded line-up made it too easy for Playstation Theater to sell out, but this isn’t new for an Underoath (Fearless Records) show in NYC. We caught the recent gig which included Dance Gavin Dance as immediate support, plus The Plot In You and Crown The Empire as superior opening acts.
Presented at Live Nation’s “Lounge” as a part of their ongoing Ones to Watch Northside Sessions showcases, this evening’s performers featured Crown Lands and The Dirty Nil, and it was a ripper!
[Spunge] hit London in the only way a punk band can with jokes, catchy tunes and a budget banner taking their support, Skaciety and the audience along for a fun filed ride.
Swedish rocker and frontman, Tobias Forge, and his entourage of assorted nameless ghouls from Ghost, thrilled fans at the sold-out Sony Centre on Saturday, December 8th during the Toronto stop of the North American leg of “A Pale Tour Named Death.¨
CKY and Sumo Cyco put on a riotous night of rock n' roll in Manchester and our photographer John Gilleese joined in the debauchery to bring us back these photos.
Real Friends hit the Mod Club Theatre in Toronto on Tuesday, November 20th with supporting acts Boston Manor, Grayscale and Eat Your Heart Out for a fun-filled, energetic evening.
Ministry rolled through Toronto touring their 2018 Nuclear Blast Records release, AmeriKKKant. Al Jourgensen and co. hit the Rebel stage and ripped through their set with impressive support from Alien Weaponry.
Fairfield, Connecticut’s The Warehouse was recently host to New Politics and their supporting touring partners, the groovy Bikini Trill and energetic The Score.
In August, indie singer Miles Kane returned with his first solo album and, as we found out when we joined him in Leeds on his current headline tour, he's making damn sure the world knows he is back.
The touring package called Generation Axe, featuring Steve Vai, Yngwie Malmsteen, Zakk Wylde, Nuno Bettencourt, and Tosin Abasi, recently hit Kitchener, ON’s Centre in The Square and it was a guitar fans’ wildest dream come true.
Supporting all-female rockers Hinds, both Fling and Sports Team gave good accounts of themselves on a Thursday night in tiny Leeds venue. Check out our review here.
Northern Ireland’s alt-rock trio, Therapy?, triumph with a superb London show at O2 Academy Islington, promoting new album Cleave out now on Marshall Records. Openers were King Creature.