We connected with Good Charlotte guitarist Billy Martin for an interview about the new album Generation Rx, freelance illustration, hip-hop, touring and more.
Our Last Night brought their explosive “Selective Hearing Tour” to Irving Plaza in NYC, along with I The Mighty and Don Broco, and we were there to catch the action!
The Beserker Blóthar has taken over as GWAR‘s lead vocalist and we spoke to him about the new Metal Blade Records release The Blood Of Gods, masturbation & more.
State Champs rolled through New York’s Irving Plaza on May 12th, playing two sold-out shows with support from Against the Current, With Confidence, and Don Bronco.
Canadian pop punk band Simple Plan hit Irving Plaza on October 12th and started their sold-out #TeamSPTour with “Opinion Overload”, the opening track for their newest album Taking One for the Team.
NOFX hit NYC’s Irving Plaza April 29th as part of the band’s “Hepatitis Bathtub Tour”. When you start a show beers in hand and with cross dressing, you know its going to be an interesting night.
Atreyu rocked New York’s Irving Plaza and opened the show with “Long Live”, the title track of their new album, proving they are back and fierce as ever!
Fans turned out in force to watch Periphery lead a four-band lineup at New York’s Irving Plaza on Feb. 12, but with the standing-room-only venue rapidly filling up once the doors opened, it was clear the audience was also lured in by the three supporting acts: Thank You Scientist, Wovenwar and Nothing More.
Starting last month, Motion City Soundtrack has been on a ten-year anniversary tour celebrating the album, which I was lucky enough to catch on January 28th at Irving Plaza in Manhattan’s Union Square.
Having seen ABR before, I knew that the young crowd would create a nonstop circle pit and hoist would-be surfers toward the stage.
Miss May I and August Burns Red, two of perhaps the most energetic metal bands to emerge in years, played to a sold out crowd at Irving Plaza.
Revolver’s “Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock” tour kicked off in North Carolina on February 20th, but on the 24th, at Irving plaza, Phoenix, AZ-based Eyes Set to Kill… well… killed it!
Long Island-based band Charetta hit the stage early and opened things up with a quick but tight set.