The Wildhearts returned to London and delivered exceptional set at Brixton Electric. With Towers of London and Massive Wagons along for the ride, they made this a nostalgic night to remember!
London’s exceptionally fancy Bush Hall was the setting for a sublime performance from musical trio The Lounge Kittens, promoting their new six-track EP, Have Another…... Opening the show was the double bass playing, observational comedy of Grant Sharkey.
Steel Panther transported the ecstatic crowd at London, UK’s The Roundhouse back to the ‘80s for a night full of inappropriate jokes, boobs, and good old-fashioned rock n’ roll. What more could one want on a Sunday before the reality of Monday morning comes around again?
[Spunge] hit London in the only way a punk band can with jokes, catchy tunes and a budget banner taking their support, Skaciety and the audience along for a fun filed ride.
Classic industrial metal band Pitchshifter, along with Earthtone9, hit The Garage in London for a show that proved the fact that both bands’ music has stood the test of time.
Mayday Parade, who are currently touring their new Rise Records release Sunnyland, hit Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre on November 7th with This Wild Life, William Ryan Key and Oh, Weatherly in tow.
Light some fire, cover yourself in neon yellow duct tape, rig up some seriously killer lighting and you’ll have yourself a Twenty One Pilots show. Joshua Dun and Tyler Joseph put on a spine-chilling show at Washington, DC’s Capital One Arena.
Billie Eilish kicked off her sold out “1 By 1” tour in Oakland, CA, bringing a spectacular show to The Fox Theater alongside Finneas and Childish Major.
The all-Aussie progressive invasion of Caligula’s Horse, Circles and I Built The Sky put on an enjoyable show blending flawless technical skill and plenty of groove to a sold-out London audience at Boston Music Room.
Anti-Flag and Cancer Bats could easily fill larger venues off their own back, let alone playing together, so it was amazing to see them headline London’s intimate, and most iconic of gay nightclubs, Heaven.Worriers.
Fans that hit Maxwell’s in Waterloo, ON on November 2nd enjoyed seeing a stadium-level show in a small club. Steve Harris and his British Lion project wowed the crowd after Coney Hatch brought the nostalgia.
Italian band Lacuna Coil will release a live recording of their 20th anniversary show in London entitled The 119 Show – Live In London on November 9th, 2018. Check out a clip for “House Of Shame” here.
Playing London’s RoundhouseCoheed and Cambria display their visionary songwriting powers, and assert their status as a must-see live rock band – with the exceptional Chon opening for them.