Submitted by selena on Sep 6, 2020
Over the past few years, Bristol’s IDLES have acted as a counterweight to the continuous rush of despair and sadness emanating from every corner of the media.
With their third album “Ultra Mono” few weeks away (September 25th), the excitement that develops within IDLES fan base ahead of this… Read More
Submitted by mark on Mar 1, 2020
First up to take the stage at The Plaza Live in downtown Orlando was somewhat of a home state band, Eve To Adam. Having formed in Florida in the late nineties and playing many of the state’s rock venues they were no stranger to many in the crowd. When they hit the stage, there was no theatrics or… Read More
Submitted by al on Feb 23, 2020
Opening bands usually get the short end of the stick with attendance, lighting house sound and energy, but The Word Alive woke up a “Sold Out” show right out of the gate. Grinding out their opener “Trapped”, red jumpsuit vocalist Telle Smith wasted no time to reach out to the fans with his engaging… Read More
Submitted by al on Feb 20, 2020
Supporting the “Walk The Sky” tour, was Michigan natives Deepfall, and Sevendust’s very own, Clint Lowery. And it was amazing right out of the gate, to say the least.
As they crack open the night at the Rave, Deepfall fills the chasm of the venue with the thunderous sound of the rumbling “I’m… Read More
Submitted by selena on Feb 16, 2020
Swedish based band Cyhra are opening for Delain’s four dates UK tour. Boosted by the success of their 2017 debut album, “Letters to Myself”, the band is using the momentum and pushing forward with new album, “No Halos in Hell”. This is one of those albums that defines being places neatly in a boxed… Read More
Submitted by selena on Feb 8, 2020
Manchester based band Ritual King are already warming up the audience. They show that they can deliver anthem like rock that it’s also commercial, without losing the factor that make the band so hot. Their music is fundamentally heavy blues, influenced by 70s rock and modern stoner rock and makes… Read More
Submitted by selena on Feb 2, 2020
First on stage to warm up everyone is Glasgow based band Anchor Lane. They came to the public’s attention with the release of their EP “New Beginning”. They toured incessantly and they have garnered an impressive reputation as a thrilling and dynamic live act and have notched up significant… Read More
Submitted by selena on Jan 13, 2020
Mark is definitely a busy fellow. When not preoccupied laying down killer riffs for Lamb Of God, he’s recently developed his own eponymous solo project. His debut album “Anesthetic” came out in March 2019, featuring his signature heave-as-hell guitar. During the writing process, he was aided by… Read More
Submitted by al on Dec 14, 2019
It’s been a long time since I saw Crobot and their brand of rock. The last show was at Sonic Boom in Janesville, Wi, and I really needed to see them once again. This time, I got a chance to see them in a more intimate setting, with a more mature Crobot.
Carbellion got off to a busy start of live… Read More
Submitted by al on Dec 14, 2019
As a fan of old Mushroomhead, I couldn’t pass this up. Now saying that, I might as well eat those words. Waylon and crew crush everything that you would even imagine thinking that this is an ex-Mushroomhead frontman. The music just blew me away.
The led screens blasted imagery of Waylon in an… Read More
Submitted by Admin on Dec 14, 2019
Taking the line-up in turns, Gun we’re up first, and played a raucous set which included a few extra hits, like their brilliant cover of “Word Up”, which got the crowd waving their hands and dancing about the venue as they laid down that funky groove. Closing on a rousing cover of the Beastie Boys… Read More
Submitted by rockavlon on Dec 1, 2019
The long queue of people waiting outside going around the corner could only mean too things, ie that actually lots of people had turned up and that the doors had not opened at the appointed time and it was probably a bit of both. Gloryhammer, who were the support band, had been late to arrive, as… Read More