Leading rock event, Download Festival, has announced rock giants Kiss, Iron Maiden and System of a Down will be appearing at the 2020 rock weekender.
Scottish pirate metal crew Alestorm have confirmed a November 2019 Canadian headlining tour with support from Napalm Records labelmates Aephanemer.
Catchy, riff-y and a whole lot of rum, that’s essentially what Alestorm sounds like! We spoke with vocalist Chris Bowes about the band and their upcoming trip to South Africa, including an appearance at Pirate Fest.
Legendary US metalcore pioneers Atreyu have been added to the Pirate Fest 2019 line-up with special Cape Town show in South Africa!
We chatted with Jason Mann, Muhammad Zubi and David Devo Oosthuizen, promoters of South Africa’s The Kraken Is Alive about their narrative based music festival for the alternative market.
Scottish band, Alestorm are bringing their brand of plank-walking “pirate metal” to South Africa, again, in September 2019. The group is now confirmed as one of the headlining acts for Pirate Fest 2019!
Day two of Bloodstock Open Air saw Combichrist, Venom Inc., Cannibal Corpse and more set things up nicely for an epic headline set from Gorjira. Check out the photos and review here.
Alestorm have made a very comfortable career out of pirate songs about mead, wenches and the High Seas. Recently their pirate ship docked in Manchester and we joined in drunken shenanigans as the band pillaged their way through the Ritz.
Bloodstock has added yet even more bands to what is shaping up to be one of the summer’s biggest stops for hard rock and heavy metal.
The guys in the Napalm Records-signed band Alestorm are well known for having a sense of humor and here’s the proof….
We’re now a couple weeks into the Vans Warped Tour, with over a month still to go. Here are ten of our most anticipated acts!
After an awesome first day, day two of Download saw the weather hold out as thousands of rock fans enjoyed another great day of music including AFI, Simple Plan, Rob Zombie, Max and Igor Cavalera and more. Read our review and check out the photos inside…
Giant rubber ducks, kilts, keytars and booze-soaked riffs can only mean one thing, Alestorm are in town!