Enter Shikari is a band that has always defied being placed in any genre-box. Every album has been different,…
Anti-establishment punks Against Me! had only just embarked on a month-and-a-half-long headline run with supporting act Stef Chura when…
Swedish indie-pop artist Tove Lo brought her “Sunshine Kitty Tour” to a sold-out Showbox SoDo in Seattle on February 24th, along with Alma, for a fun night full of singing, dancing, and quirky onstage banter that got the crowd going.
We caught Texas post-rock instrumentalists This Will Destroy You in Seattle, WA with openers Amulets at Neumos for a smooth set full of massive and entertaining soundscapes.
Folk-rock/alternative acts Magic Giant and American Authors brought their “Band of Brothers Roadshow” to Seattle, WA last week with Public for a fun night full of combined performances at the historic Showbox.
Nu-metal heavyweights Korn and rockers Breaking Benjamin brought a lot of nostalgia, sing-alongs and sore necks to Manchester, New Hampshire’s SNHU Arena.
Supporting their June release Orion, X Ambassadors hit Portland, Maine’s historic State Theatre on November 1st, with supporting acts Bear Hands and Vérité.
Genre-defying rockers Enter Shikari brought their intimate concert tour to the Bowery Ballroom in New York City with openers Can’t Swim for a headbanging good time that was crazy even by Shikari standards.
Indie/dream pop up-and-comers flor put on a performance that had Boston’s Brighton Music Hall literally swaying to the beat and giving their voice and lungs and a real workout.
One-man band Shakey Graves and psychedelic rock/indie-folk band Dr. Dog just wrapped up a multi-week co-headlining run at a chilly Portland, Maine’s Thompson’s Point and it was a heck of a way to wrap up the summer season.
As part of their “Pep Talks World Tour,” alt-radio staples Judah & The Lion played a nearly sold out House of Blues in Boston, Massachusetts on September 14th and elicited nothing but happy feelings for everyone in attendance.
Slipknot brought their Knotfest Roadshow to Mansfield, MA on August 27th, along with Volbeat, Gojira and Behemoth. The results were predictably superb.
The undisputed king of shock rock, Alice Cooper paid Maine Savings Pavilion at Rock Row a visit on August 10th for a weird (in a good way) and energetic summer concert, accompanied by Halestorm and Motionless In White.