Bullet For My Valentine will return to U.S. stages for the first time since before the Covid-19 pandemic. It…
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Halifax duo Smaller Hearts debut their newest single/video, “Belts and Braces,” ahead of their fourth LP, ‘Rock and Roll Was Here To Stay,’ which will be released on April 21 via Noyes Records.
Today, we speak with all three members (Tim Eymann, Caleb Davis, Troy Castorino) of Do You Compute to learn more about their origins, their debut record, some fun facts about the group, and more!
Saint Asonia have announced a series of headline shows in Canada, and released a new music video for their single “Devastate.”
The Nick Kinsey-led band Connie Cunningham and the Creeps unveil their single “Going, Going, Going, Gone” and formally announce their debut record, due this September via Earth Libraries.
Ravagers are self-described as street Rock‘N’Rollers from the wastelands of Baltimore, and they have just announced their first-ever European tour.
Alternative Industrial rock pioneers Filter today announced a series of headline dates that will connect several of their appearances at U.S. festivals.
Deadwolff are touring across the United States and Canada this May and June in support of their forthcoming debut full-length ‘Heavy Rock N’ Roll,’ due out on March 31st via Golden Robot Records.
Bringing the raw power of old-school punk to a new generation and audience, the Isle of Wight, UK band Grade 2, announces a headlining tour of the US.
My Morning Jacket have announced plans for an upcoming U.S. headline tour beginning on May 14 at Mobile, AL’s Saenger Theatre.
Gipsy Kings featuring Tonino Baliardo, in conjunction with Loud And Live, announce the 2023 North American tour entitled “Renaissance.”
For our latest Geared Up interview, we discuss with Charlie Cunningham his favourite Antonio Bernal Flamenco guitar, first-ever instrument, and some other random related gear questions.
The Doobie Brothers have added a Canadian leg to their 50th Anniversary Tour with ten stops across six provinces kicking off in Halifax, NS – the band’s first time performing there in over 40 years.