John Gilleese caught The Virginmarys in action in Manchester recently and brought back these shots from the gig…
John Gilleese caught Fizzy Blood in action in Manchester supporting The Virginmarys and brought us these awesome photos…
Never Found are a 4-piece punk rock band based out of Oxford, UK. John Gilleese caught up with them at the Manchester leg of Aiden’s recent “Last Sunrise Tour.”
Following on from our first gallery this morning, check out the second gallery from this year’s Hit The Deck festival including shots of headliners Skindred and Cancer Bats.
Festival season in the UK is now well under way with Hit The Deck taking place in Nottingham and Bristol. In the first of two galleries from the Nottingham date, out photographer brought back these shots.
Lordi brought their heavy metal mayhem to the UK recently and our photographer was on hand to bring you these shots from their show in Reading.
Earlier this year Within Temptation was voted “Best Live Band” at the Metal Hammer Awards, and if you have ever been to a Within Temptation show it is easy to see why! Within Temptation brings some serious game when it comes to their live performance. They really go out of their way to make the night special for adoring fans. Vocalist Sharon den Abel mentioned they brought more gear then ever before to the United States in order to give fans the best show of their lives. Within Temptation hit the road with Amaranthe to promote their 6th studio album, Hydra. We had a chance to see their epic set in September at the famous Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, CA.
Despite the departure of their vocalist prior to the tour, UK hardcore boys Brutality Will Prevail kicked up a storm in Reading as they opened for Canadian maulers Cancer Bats with their brutish hardcore certainly working the crowd and the security into a sweat ready for the headliners.
For metal-loving Southern Californians, The Battle of San Bernardino was this Summer’s hottest event. On a lucky Friday the 13th (August), seven heavy bands, Warbringer, Overkill, Sabaton, Testament, Anthrax, Megadeth, and headliner Iron Maiden performed at a venue well-known for its big outdoor festivals. Testament and Anthrax played extraordinary sets, Megadeth shined, but it was the headliner, Iron Maiden, that blew minds. A killer set highlighting the ‘Seventh Son of a Seventh Son’ album, it was classic Maiden, playing in top form.
The crowd was pumped at the soon-to-be torn down Roseland Ballroom for a night of both new and classic metal. Huntress lead the way with the sexy Jill Janus in a tight 20 min set warming up the crowd for the legendary Testament.
The crowd was pumped at the soon-to-be torn down Roseland Ballroom for a night of both new and classic metal. Huntress lead the way with the sexy Jill Janus in a tight 20 min set warming up the crowd for the legendary Testament. The band was tight, but it was MA-based Killswitch Engage who seemed to rule the night with tons of crowd surfing and crisp vocals by frontman Jesse Leach.
Warm up acts 3 Pill Morning and Hail to The Yeti also got things simmering as evidenced by the crazy crown reactions.