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Corey Taylor announces “Forum Or Against ‘Em” Global Streaming Event on October 2nd 2020

To celebrate the release day of his debut solo album, “CMFT”, on October 2nd, GRAMMY® Award-winning singer / songwriter, Corey Taylor has announced Forum Or Against ‘Em, a global streaming event of epic proportions featuring Corey and his solo band, shot at iconic Los Angeles venue, The Forum.

Connor Bracken and the Mother Leeds Band announce live streaming show on September 25th 2020

To celebrate the release of their sophomore album “Nightbird Motel” on Friday 25th September, 2020, Connor Bracken and the Mother Leeds Band are taking to the airwaves to play the entire album live from top to bottom. The songs on this album were written to be played live and while the band can’t congregate with you in a crowd, they’ve found another way to bring the show to your home.

Caspian announces live streaming event on September 30th 2020

Caspian, who recently released their fifth full-length album, “On Circles” (Triple Crown Records), have partnered with Audiotree to give music lovers a one-time opportunity on September 30th, 2020, to view the band’s Fall 2019 career-spanning performance, replete with The Losander Chamber Orchestra, from The Cabot Theatre.

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus announce live streaming show on October 2nd 2020

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus are set to support recently released “The Emergency” EP with their only full band performance for the rest of 2020, live-streamed from the World Famous Whisky a Go Go on Friday, Octobrer 2nd, 2020.

Tickets to the 7 pm PST performance will be available here at 9:00 am PST on Friday, 9/18.

Revival Black announces live streaming show on September 18th 2020

Liverpool’s hard rock emerging talent, Revival Black, are delighted to announce a Worldwide Streaming Event.

Live in Concert will take place on Fri 18 September, 2020, at 8pm - 10pm UK time.
 
The live show will be beamed direct from the ATC Live Rooms, Tamworth, England and will feature a 7 camera HD broadcast with studio-quality sound, featuring a giant video wall backdrop. The broadcast will include behind the scenes action and also band interviews.
 

Cradle Of Filth announce live stream concert from St. Mary’s Church on October 30th 2020

Despite the extremely difficult situation for musicians and concerts all over the world, Vampyric Masters of Extreme Metal, Cradle Of Filth, continue to appease their salivating fans by celebrating All Hallow’s Eve in style, even in 2020, the official year of the plague.

This time the band, draped around lead singer Dani Filth, take it to the next far-flung tower by announcing a live stream concert from St. Mary’s Church, Colchester Art Centre, England for the auspicious date of October 30th, 2020.

Don’t Believe In Ghosts announce special release party to celebrate new single “Still Holding On”

Don’t Believe In Ghosts returns with their brand new single “Still Holding On” and they want to invite you to a special release party to celebrate. The new single follows the success of “Living Like This” released earlier this year which landed on hundreds of radio stations around the world despite the start of a pandemic.

Bai Bang announces Festival Dates for Summer 2021

With strong intentions, and plenty of best wishes and positive vibes, the Swedish Hard Rockers, Bai Bang, have been putting the pedal to the Metal in order to make plans for live shows for 2021

As plans are being forged, three high quality confirmations came in the sweet images of the Russian Big Gun – Open Air Festival, the German mecca of all that is Metal and Rock, Wacken Open Air and the grinding meet up of the Hard Rock nation at HRH Sleaze in the UK.

Trivium announces “The Deepest Cuts” free live streaming show on August 29th 2020

Grammy-nominated metal band Trivium will follow up last month’s massively successful global concert event, “A Light Or A Distant Mirror”, which took place at Full Sail University, with another “can’t miss” performance. This show, dubbed “The Deepest Cuts”, will be markedly different from but just as thrilling as its predecessor.