South Africans love a good anthem. Ours, with its four different languages, beautifully and tragically tied to our history,…
Amidst all of the Covid-19 concert and tour cancellations, English singer, songwriter, and actor, Yungblud has announced he’ll be…
Club XL saw the largest crowd it’s seen to date, and All Time Low certainly delivered an energized and memorable show. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania fans were very grateful, to say the least.
Toronto dark rock trio A Primitive Evolution has confirmed a Toronto show for March 14th at Lee’s Palace with UK band Sulpher.
Currently trekking around Europe, Rise Above-signed Satanic doo-wop band Twin Temple delivered a touching and ritualized expression of devotion to the horned one at the Paradiso in Amsterdam.
Queensryche’s “The Verdict 2020 U.S. Tour” arrived in Anaheim last Thursday night at the House of Blues along with John 5, and we can safely say that the band’s classic sound was still very much intact.
Insomnium wowed the audience at their Islington Assembly Hall show supported by melodeath masterpieces, and the opening set brutality of Conjurer.
Nickelback have confirmed a lenghty summer tour celebrating the 15th anniversary of their hit album All The Right Reasons. Support features rock heavies Stone Temple Pilots, plus Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown and Switchfoot on select dates.
Pixies fans in Toronto showed up in full force to a sold-out performance at The Phoenix Concert Theatre, accompanied by local openers Ice Cream, playing a collection of fan favourites that spanned their long, influential career.
Hamilton’s hardcore quintet Rarity celebrated their recent New Damage Records release, The Longest Lonesome, with a rare and ripping surprise parking lot show. Today they join us for a behind-the-scenes look at how the event went down.
Fans (including Mike Bax) in attendance at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall got treated to two exciting sets of music, a variation on heaviness given the differences in style between openers Power Trip and the evening’s headliners, High On Fire.
Toronto, Canada’s annual Winterfolk Blues and Roots Festival is back for its 18th instalment and has confirmed the first…
It was a thing to behold, observing the commanding presence and instrumental craftsmanship put on display by Mongolian metal band The Hu while in town with Crown Lands at The Granada Theater in Lawrence, Kansas.