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Monster Energy Aftershock closed out its largest year, bringing 60,000 rock fans together at Discovery Park in Sacramento, CA on October 13th and 14th for its 7th year. Here’s our recap of the TOP moments, plus some incredible live shots.
Have you got your tickets as yet, South Africa? Hurry, hurry! International icons Guns N’ Roses are set to make an appearance on Thursday, November 29, 2018 at the FNB Stadium.
Here’s our recap of four highlights, and one lowlight, from the August 4th event at Fort York in Toronto, featuring The National, Father John Misty, Jenny Lewis, Julien Baker, and Dan Edmond.
For the second time this year, Alter Bridge front man Myles Kennedy returned to London with his Year of the Tiger tour. This time, though, he was supported by a full band to enhance the experience.
Supporting their new single via Deathwish Inc, motivational hardcore punks Modern Life Is War stopped off at Brighton’s The Haunt, along with the hotly-tipped Svalbard and Swain.
London’s alt-math, desert rock trio, Civil Villains has confirmed a handful of summer 2018 London-area gigs with an autumn UK tour still being finalised.
A long-awaited evening of artistry and emotion with Maynard James Keenan, Billy Howerdel, and the rest of A Perfect Circle at Brixton O2 Academy, with Talos in support.
Here’s our review of the three-ring freak show that is Queens of the Stone Age who, along with Royal Blood, graced London, ON’s Budweiser Gardens with their legendary presence.
Sick N’ Beautiful brought their firecracker of a show to Southampton’s The 1865, with Lilith and the Knight and Kane’d in tow. An experience drawing from the greats like Alice Cooper and … Katy Perry?
Shakey Graves made his way to Toronto’s Massey Hall, with And The Kids in tow, as part of his Sleepwalker tour, giving fans a surreal, dream-inspired escapade rounded out by his phenomenal performance.
The kick off to Canadian Music Week, Matt & Kim headlined at The Phoenix on May 7th with openers Goodnight, Sunrise and Monowhales. The glitter, confetti and blow-up dolls were real.
Right here is a concert bill that Britrock fans have dreamed of seeing since its heyday in the ’90s; we caught Terrorvision, The Wildhearts, and Reef at London’s Eventim Apollo.