Calgary, Alberta-based festival The Electric Highway has now confirmed its final lineup for the 2020 installment of the two-day fuzz fest with Dallas, Texas’ Mothership and Vancouver’s Empress.
With a mixture of musical influences and a resulting sound which is tough to nail down, Calgary, Alberta-based quintet Diamonds On Neptune return with their second single, a rock-leaning ditty called “Catawampus.”
Despite the mixed feelings about the result of the previous evening’s federal election, punk/ska band The Interrupters (Epitaph/Hellcat Records) gave everyone at Edmonton’s Union Hall a much needed musical release.
The Edmonton Convention Centre played host to Shinedown kicked off Canadian Thanksgiving in the most perfect way, as the band burned their way through the city, accompanied by Papa Roach, Asking Alexandria, and Savage After Midnight
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.
The mountains are calling and they sound an awful lot like Edmonton’s Arctos. Check out the band’s new single “Shattered Tomb,” a snapshot of the savage yet melodic black metal brilliance found on their debut album, Beyond The Grasp of Mortal Hands.
Many Edmontonian rock lovers flocked to The Starlite Room to catch the buzz on Black Pistol Fire late Tuesday evening. Along with rap duo Blackillac, the evening proved to be more than memorable.
Sloan Voxx of Voxx Productions joins us for a special guest blog on Decimate Metalfest 2019 and some of the female-focuses acts we should all be so lucky to see live, including: Into Eternity, KOSM, Ophelia Falling and Syryn.
The new EP Hostile by Calgary-based metalcore sextet Widmore keeps ticking all the boxes; If you like clean singing with your screaming, get into this band—they’re about to blow up, and for good reason.
Including The Kodiak, Spiritbox and Gutter King, Calgary’s metalcore sextet Widmore list their Top 5 upcoming Canadian metal/metalcore acts in anticipation of their upcoming EP release, Hostile, on June 28th.
Someone working on the Alberta tar sands clearly dug too deeply and stumbled upon something darker and more putrid than the black, sticky crude that oil junkies are constantly seeking. PATHETIC, Calgary’s old-school death metal trio, just dropped their new single “Hamatsa!”
Calgary, Alberta’s post-black metal band, Numenorean are set to drop their sophomore album, Adore, via Season of Mist on April 12th. So, what exactly influenced this group’s atmospheric, ten-track terror-fest? Read out latest edition of Stereo Six to find out.
The haze is returning for a third consecutive year! Calgary’s 420 Music & Arts Festival will be returning again this year April 18th to 20th, featuring headliners Crobot, Valley of the Sun, Disenchanter.