After a phenomenal sweep of the 2020 Billboard Music Awards and Latin Billboard Music Awards with six wins, Snow…
I’ll readily admit I came to the Panzerfaust party a little late, ‘discovering’ this Canadian powerhouse in the best…
While news headlines continue to be dominated by all things Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)—and other stories either fall by the…
We caught up with Toronto blues-rock artist Jim Dan Dee to discuss new music, diversifying the blues in his own sound, and just how alive blues and rock n’ roll is in the year 2020.
For this episode of the Paltrocast, host Darren Paltrowitz spoke with Fozzy frontman (also current AEW World Champion and Talk Is Jericho host) Chris Jericho, singer/songwriter Michael Monroe, and Refused frontman Dennis Lxyzen.
L’héritage du monde, the debut album on Sepulchral Productions from Quebec’s Trépas, is an exhausting experience, but one that invokes sense memory beyond the aural making for a more memorable and honest one – and one that leaves a listener eager to repeat it.
Unus (Season of Mist), the sixth full-length album by Canadian group Necronomicon is a powerful piece of Lovecraftian death metal, but its impact is lessened by superfluous symphonic flourishing.
Former frontman of BC indie band Towers and Trees, singer-songwriter Adrian Chalifour recently began a new phase of his career as a solo artist, and we’d love to get you better acquainted via our premiere of his latest single “The Collapse.”
Hamilton, Ontario’s Blandlord are back with new music and this time it’s in the form of “Sun Explorers,” a single they say is “the anthem for the apocalypse!” Futuristic accuracy aside, this is the present and presently we’re listening to this track on repeat; as should be you.
Consisting of musicians Alan Tweedley and Stefan Jurewicz, All Day Breakfast is an Ontario, Canada-based garage rock duo which, on July 19th, served up it’s latest single, the super-savoury “Piglet.”
With over 20 years of high-energy shows to their credit, Buckcherry certainly delivered a scorching hot set of dirty rock at downtown Barrie, ON’s Mavricks Music Hall. Openers Joyous Wolf were equally impressive.