It’s been a minute, as the kids say, since we’ve seen PVRIS in action but the alternative three-piece are back and brought much joy to the ears of those at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York, along with L.A. artist Upsahl.
Toronto was the final stop of Our Lady Peace’s annual Summersault Tour as it rolled through Budweiser Stage, along with Bush, Live and Dear Rouge, for a fully enjoyable evening of ‘90s alt-rock!
Playing their first Connecticut show in years at Hamden’s The Space Ballroom, indie rock band Ceremony delivered an incredibly engaging performance, with support from Choir Boy and Ned Russin’s Glitterer.
Ukrainian progressive groove metal band Jinjer brought The Browning along to Club Red in Mesa, Arizona in promotion of their third, Napalm Records album Macro and it was an all-around excellent performance.
The Pagan Rebellion Tour touched down at Club Red featuring Arkona, Metastoll and Adavant for a night of Estonian and Russian heavy metal.
Social Distortion, Flogging Molly, The Devil Makes Three, and Le Butcherettes touched down at RBC Echo Beach and although rain cancelled Social D’s set, the rest of the lineup more than made up for it.
Summer festival season in the UK signed off in style as a host of top pop and rock acts and 40,000 fans descended on Sefton Park in Liverpool for Fusion Festival. Check out some of the photos including headliners Kings of Leon and more.
Headlined by the Foo Fighters, The 1975 and Post Malone, Leeds Festival bathed in three days of glorious sunshine. Check out our extensive photo gallery along with eight reasons why Leeds Festival 2019 rocked our Summer.
Slipknot brought their Knotfest Roadshow to Mansfield, MA on August 27th, along with Volbeat, Gojira and Behemoth. The results were predictably superb.
Epitaph act Off With Their Heads played an unforgettable punk show at New Cross Inn, London UK, supported by The Murderburgers, Nosebleed, Aerial Salad and Triple Sundae.
Callista immerse an intimate Brighton audience at The Pipeline with their hypnotic post-rock, supported by Dead Letter, Kesagake and Flote Sulu [Photos & Show Review]
Hometown metal heroes Jonestown laid waste to Brighton’s The Hope & Ruin, supported superbly by In Fear They Follow, Deference, and Ariandelle.
The Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, California hosted a gathering of musicians and other celebrities for an epic evening at the annual Rock to Recovery 4 benefit concert and fundraising event, honouring Katey Sagal and John Feldmann and featuring a performance by Sacred Sons.