The Victorious Sky Tour with Alter Bridge, Skillet and Dirty Honey touched down at Toronto’s Rebel where attendees got to see three great performances for one reasonable price.
Goth pop favourites Pale Waves signed off this current album cycle with a sold-out show in their hometown Manchester. Check out the photos from the show here.
Marianas Trench is incredible live, and we really mean incredible, and that remained the case at Toad’s Place in New Haven, CT in support of their latest 604 Records/Interscope Records album Phantoms.
Thom Yorke, touring behind his latest album Anima (XL Recordings), brought Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich and visual artist Tarik Barri to Scotiabank Arena for an immersive, arena-filling stroll through Yorke’s complex catalogue.
Playing for a sold-out crowd at Whisky a Go-Go in West Hollywood, Steel Panther threw a full-on party to celebrate the release of their fifth album, Heavy Metal Rules, with support from L.A. rock n’ rollers California.
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.
The emperors of Egyptology, Nile slayed a sold-out Camden The Dome in support of their new Nuclear Bast Records album Vile Nilotic Rites, supported superbly by Hate Eternal and Vitriol.
Montreal death metal band Kataklysm hit Club Red in Mesa, AZ in support of their Nuclear Blast album Meditations. Support from Exhorder and Krisiun made fo a highly entertaining evening!
Currently undertaking a new chapter in their twenty+ year career, alt-rockers InMe hit the road recently and our photographer brought back these photos.
Above Ground, a benefit organized by Dave Navarro and Billy Morrison to raise awareness and funds for mental health treatment (proceeds went to MusiCares), returned to Hollywood’s Fonda Theatre. Rock star ego was non-existent. Only love.
Local Edmonton technical death metallers got their fix of the extreme genre at The Starlite Room, as Canada’s own Beyond Creation blazed through town with the likes of Fallujah, Arkaik and Equipoise in tow.
Cheech & Chong swung by Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall for the first stop of their inaugural Canadian Tour, fittingly named the “O Cannabis Tour” for a night of laughs, memories and, well, some “light gardening”…
Twenty-year-old blues sensation Christone “Kingfish” Ingram stopped by Uxbridge Music Hall in Uxbridge, Ontario and without mincing words, the show was utterly incredible.