The mighty John 5 and The Creatures hit Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre for an awesome night of shredding, along with local up-and-comers, Sticks N’ Stones.
I like mojitos, loud music, and David Lynch.
If you keep track of local bands that deliver a good rock ‘n roll show, put Brother Leeds on that list. Read our thoughts on their upcoming full-length, ‘Love’s Young Nightmare.’
Voïvod drummer Michel “Away” Langevin chats about the band’s 15th full-length album, ‘Synchro Anarchy’ (Century Media), their incredible longevity, and pivotal moments in their history.
Joined side stage by Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee, Primus (w/ support Black Mountain) delivered one hell of a spectacle while covering Rush’s seminal ‘A Farewell To Kings’ album.
Big Juno win aside, The Beaches and The Blue Stones got totally groovy at Guelph Concert Theatre. Check out Mike Bax’s coverage.
Inertia Entertainment delivered an evening of heaviness from three talented bands as Opeth, Mastodon, and Khemmis laid waste to Toronto’s Queen Elizabeth Theatre.
Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather Trilogy, out via Paramount Pictures, offers the best video quality in any home format to date.
Simply stated, ‘Psychic Jailbreak’ sounds as pummelling and dangerous as any previous Cancer Bats album.
Mammoth WVH and Dirty Honey delivered simply stellar performances at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall as part of their “Young Guns Tour.” Fire!
Liam Cormier joins us for a lengthy chat about the new Cancer Bats album, #PsychicJailbreak, which drops on April 15th via Batskull Records, distributed and marketed by New Damage Records.
Sabaton vocalist Joakim Brodén speaks with Mike Bax about many a thing, including the band’s tenth studio album, ‘The War to End All Wars’ (Nuclear Blast Records).
Mike Bax headed to Buffalo’s KeyBank Center to witness Tool and supporting act The Acid Helps leave the crowd awestruck. Check our show review.
Incendiary blues player Eric Gales joins us for a chat about his banger of a new album, ‘Crown’ (Provogue/Mascot), which showcases the man like never before; Touching on themes of racism, triumph, and the power of love.
We recently connected with SATE, a Toronto-based killer vocalist, energetic live performer, and spiritual entity, to discuss her new body of music, ‘The Fool.’ It’s a body of music five years in the making and was produced by Hill Kourkoutis.