The second and final day of Fort Rock arrived and the energy was remarkable. We caught so many amazing performances including, Breaking Benjamin, Stone Sour and Stone Temple Pilot.
For the first time since its start six years ago, Fort Rock was held in Sunrise, FL. Day 1 saw crazy performances from many bands including, Shinedown, Five Finger Death Punch and headliners Godsmack.
Day 3 of Welcome To Rockville 2018 was just awesome. We’ve got some killer shots from sets by The Fever 333, Turnstile, Bullet For My Valentine, Wolf Alice, Billy Idol, and the Foo Fighters!
Metropolitan Park hosted this year’s Welcome to Rockville festival and we had a blast on Day 1, covering bands like Halestorm, Underoath and Parkway Drive.
Florida’s Riptide Music Festival, presented by 104.3 The Shark, featured some of the scene’s hottest acts including Weezer, Saint Motel, New Politics, and plenty more!
Post Malone is one of the hottest artists right now, so when his “Stoney Tour” — feat Smokepurpp and Yung Pinch — rolled through Fort Lauderdale on October 17th, we had to capture the fun!
Testament and Sepultura are currently touring the U.S. along with Prong. They recently stopped at Tampa Bay’s The Ritz on April 12th, to deliver one of the most punishing shows witnessed by a local audience in 2017.
A Day To Remember (w/ Wage War) @ Tuscawilla Park (Ocala, FL) on March 18, 2017 [Photos & Show Review]
Playing just about every hit song from their extensive library, plus a couple new tracks, Amy Lee and crew proved that Evanescence are on track to once again reign the rock world.
Sick Puppies performed an amazing set during the Kink Music Festival in Orlando, Florida. The band wasted no time pumping out as much energy as they could muster and the fans responded back with as much love and support as I’ve ever seen them give.
Throughout the night, Sully Erna’s songs will take you on an emotional journey soliciting a wide array of emotions.
On July 29, 2014 the Summer Slaughter Tour came to the State Theatre located in St. Petersburg, Florida. Coincidentally, this year’s headliners were local boys, Morbid Angel. With 30 years on their resume, they’ve helped to create and redefine the foundations of death metal as we know it. That night, song after song, (including “Rapture,” “Where The Slime Lives” and “Existo Vulgoré”) they crushed the rest of the fest’s line up which included bands of the caliber of Dying Fetus and Origin, to name a few.