As part of their Wisconsin Death Trip Tour, a reformed Static-X with a new, masked lead singer, delivered a high-energy performance at Toronto’s Opera House and brought along with them DevilDriver, Dope and Wednesday 13.
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.
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.
Supporting their brand new album, Phantoms, out March 1st via 604 Records, Vancouver pop-rockers Marianas Trench hit Toronto’s Sony Centre for a ghostly good show, featuring support from Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine.
Last Wednesday night, amid a freezing rain downpour in Toronto, Corrosion Of Conformity, along with Crowbar, The Obsessed, and Mothership, played to an absolutely jam-packed crowd at The Opera House.
“Steeltown” rockers, Arkells had a little party with some of their closest friends last Saturday night. With help from indie folk band Lord Huron, they blew the roof off Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena in front of some 15,000 really enthusiastic fans.
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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.¨
Last Saturday night, ‘80s new wave sensations Echo and the Bunnymen made a stop in Toronto’s Queen Elizabeth Theatre, which was packed to the rafters for their “The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon Tour”, with support from Enation.
Maryland rockers Good Charlotte, along with supporting acts Sleeping With Sirens and Knuckle Puck, made a stop at Toronto’s Rebel during their rad “Generation RX Tour”.
Emmy Award-winning composer Ramin Djawadi, featuring his 80-piece orchestra, made a stop at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto on October 14, for a visually spectacular Game Of Thrones Live Concert Experience.
Last week a diverse crowd flooded Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall for a capacity show featuring Southern California punk rock icons Social Distortion, plus opening act Will Hoge.
On another hot, late summer’s Toronto night, ‘90s alt-rockers Counting Crows and Live brought the goods at Budweiser Stage on their “25 Years and Counting Tour”.