“Revolution 3”, a tour featuring headlining performances by The Cult, Bush and Stone Temple Pilots, touched down at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage last week and left everyone in attendance awestruck.
Last Wednesday California’s Suicidal Tendencies, along with New York’s Sick Of It All, blew the roof off Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre and we’ve got the photos to prove it!
A massive metal bill consisting of Behemoth, Lamb of God, and Slayer is making its way around the US.
Korn along with openers Stone Sour turned an extraordinary night of “kick-ass metal” into an entirely new dimension of “blow your fucking ear drums out” at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage.
Interesting to see Korn on the bill, but nonetheless a solid set from the veteran headbangers. They performed just ahead of opening act Avenged Sevenfold and offered up a great performance.
A7X closed out the Toronto stop of the Mayhem Festival with a solid set. The place was rocking, the joint’s were rollin’ and the band commended the crowd as not being the biggest, but definitely being the LOUDEST!
Body Count rocked a solid set at Mayhem Festival playing “Cop Killer,” tunes from Manslaughter, and covering some Slayer.
Suicide Silence did their thang at Mayhem Festival in Toronto; I was stoked to hear them live with Eddie fronting the band. These guys know how to rock out, and they can get a crowd going wild.
I haven’t seen Emmure in nearly a decade, I was pumped to be able to see their set and shoot it. A huge crowd was waiting before their set even began, and the photo pit filled up fast. Emmure put on an amazing show; these dudes have amazing stage presence. I still don’t know how Frankie was able to wear that windbreaker and long-johns without passing out from the heat.