‘Leave Me The Ashes Of The Earth’ is thirty-two minutes of five people unleashing their anger issues through music.
Black Label Society has confirmed that Doom Crew Inc., their eleventh studio recording, will drop on on November 26 via Entertainment One (eOne).
Even though they have been indefinitely separated from their loyal fans, The Strumbellas can’t help but feel some enthusiasm…
Ace Frehley’s latest offering, Origins Vol. 2, is a jewel of an album chock-full of cover songs that gracefully…
Just in time for both the cold, winter weather and the warm, family and friend-filled holiday season, six-time Grammy…
You know, there is just a line of decency in any situation, is there not? With the recent eOne release of their new single “Playing With Fire,” frontman Dylan Villain of Canadian hard rockers The Wild! runs down his top ten list of “things you shouldn’t ask a musician.”
Led by the unimitiable frontman Zakk Wylde, Black Label Society commemorated the 20th anniversary of the group’s album Sonic Brew with a whirlwind of flying hair and deafening metal. Along for the ride were stellar openers, The Atomic Bitchwax and Conan.
Last Wednesday night, amid a freezing rain downpour in Toronto, Corrosion Of Conformity, along with Crowbar, The Obsessed, and Mothership, played to an absolutely jam-packed crowd at The Opera House.
For our latest edition of And Justice For Art’s UnCovered series, we spoke with The Blue Stones singer and guitarist Tarek Jafar, and Windsor, ON artist Dave Houle, about the cover art for the band’s eOne debut, Black Holes.
Toronto’s indie-folk darlings, Birds of Bellwoods just released their debut full-length, Victoria and, to celebrate this monumental event, we are happy to have the band join us for a hilarious list of their Top 10 first Canadian tour pit stops.
Bostonian band Soul Remnants are streaming the lead single “Dissolving Into Obscurity” off their newly announced album Ouroboros, due July 21, 2017 via Entertainment One Music / Lifeblood Inc.
Last Wednesday, the Californian deathcore band, Winds of Plague, blew through Toronto’s The Phoenix concert theatre.