We were on hand to witness an absolutely crushing performance from Oldham County, Kentucky’s finest, Knocked Loose, as they came to please fans at Portland, Maine’s State Theatre on June 27, 2019.
Everyone at Toronto’s Mod Club Theatre left the venue in a state of euphoria after seeing former Prince guitarist Donna Grantis perform songs from her latest eOne Music record Diamonds and Dynamite.
Based on James Cameron’s Avatar, while Cirque Du Soliel’s Toruk may not be the most heart-stopping of shows, visually, it is one of the most stunning. Check out some photos from the show when it came to Manchester Arena recently.
After a day at the races what better way to spend your evening than in the company of pop-punk stars Busted. Check out our photos and review from their show at York Racecourse here.
Day Three of Download Festival saw Slayer play their final UK show, Fever 333 detonate on the Avalanche Stage and Tool send everyone home on a massive halluginogenic trip. Check out the photos and our highlights here.
We caught up with Indie rockers The National and Courtney Barnett as they came to play the outdoors venue Thompson’s Point in Portland, ME on a rainy June 19, 2019.
While all talk was of the return of the Iowa metal titans Slipknot, there was plenty of other highlights from Day Two of Download Festival and you can check out our thoughts and photos from another packed day at Donington Park right here.
Having filled stadiums like this for years, metal titans Metallica brought their Worldwired tour to the Manchester Etihad Stadium with support from Ghost and Bokassa and you can check out the photos here.
Veteran rap metal crew P.O.D., along with Islander, Hyro The Hero, and Nonpoint, delivered a special evening of hits and crowd singalongs at Manchester Music Hall in Lexington, Kentucky.
After just seven months, American Airlines Arena once more hosted Twenty One Pilots, with Bear Hands opening the show, and, given the numbers the duo pulled, you would have thought it was their first time back in over a year.
Stopping Mavricks Music Hall in Barrie on their “Sunset Strip Live!”Canadian tour, Steel Panther and openers Striker were met with 1,200 screaming fans of varying ages, dressed to the nines in their favourite glam metal garb.
From Rob Zombie to an ever-improving festival experience there were plenty of reasons that Download 2019 rocked hard despite the weather and you can check out our thoughts and photos from Day One here.
Metal Blade deathcore vets, Whitechapel deliver the crushing performance of which they are capable, whilst openers Underside win a slew of new fans in a breakthrough set at London’s O2 Islington Academy on June 18, 2019.