Jake Wolfe takes all the shitty cards he’s been dealt and pours his heart and soul out into The Color Clear. Expect an emotional journey.
‘Abysmal’ is the kind of album metal needs in 2015 but you’d expect nothing less from The Black Dahlia Murder. Read our review here.
Not many (if any) bands can completely step out of one genre and into another without losing credibility, not to mention their fan base, but Bring Me The Horizon has proven they’re not most bands.
Babes in Toyland took the stage at Riot Fest 2015 to screaming fans and shouts of “YOU RAISED ME!” and “YOU ARE MY LIFE” being drowned out as they began to play.
Riot Fest 2015 saw The OBGMs take the main stage to screaming fans and trolling friends; the shit weather didn’t stop them from giving it all during their set.
Jesse Hughes of Eagles of Death Metal seemed to lay it all out and hold nothing back when we interviewed him at Riot Fest 215 in Toronto, with the help of Reano Films.
A Toronto favourite, The Dirty Nil took the stage at Riot Fest 2015 and continued making their hometown proud.
Partycat drew a bitchin’ crowd at Riot Fest 2015 in Toronto and it’s no wonder why, they keep it tight and put on one hell of a show!
Alexisonfire had one hell of a reunion show at Toronto’s Riot Fest, which only served to reiterate the fact that “they’ve still got it!”
Disturbed return with their first album in five years and, listening to Immortalized, it’s like they’ve never been away. Read our review here.
We Came As Romans’ self-titled fourth album dropped today, July 24th, via Equal Vision Records and you’ll want to get your hands on it ASAP.
Tear Out The Heart are pissed and they want you to feel their rage. Read our review of their new album here.
With a voice plucked straight from the blues era, check out our review of the latest release from these power-pop/blues infused rockers here.