Bringing their Miracle Pill tour to the UK, fans travelled far and wide to enjoy a night of quality American hard rock with Goo Goo Dolls. Check out the photos here.
Irish pop rock stars The Script brought their enormous Sunsets & Full Moons tour to Leeds First Direct Arena last week and you can check out the photos here.
Despite battling illness, Los Angeles blues songwriter Beth Hart put on a truly mesmerizing performance in Sheffield on the latest date of her UK tour. Check out the photos here.
We caught Texas post-rock instrumentalists This Will Destroy You in Seattle, WA with openers Amulets at Neumos for a smooth set full of massive and entertaining soundscapes.
Another sold-out date on their latest UK tour, Bowling For Soup, along with Simple Plan and Not Ur Girlfrenz put on a massive pop-punk party and you can check the photos here.
Folk-rock/alternative acts Magic Giant and American Authors brought their “Band of Brothers Roadshow” to Seattle, WA last week with Public for a fun night full of combined performances at the historic Showbox.
Back with a vengeance, touring North America for the first time in three years, Poland’s Vader hit Club Red in Mesa Arizona with very worthy death metal support from Abysmal Dawn, Hideous Divinity, and Vitriol.
Nu-metal heavyweights Korn and rockers Breaking Benjamin brought a lot of nostalgia, sing-alongs and sore necks to Manchester, New Hampshire’s SNHU Arena.
Oakland California’s thrashers Machine Head scorched the Danforth Music Hall on the Toronto stop of their Burn My Eyes 25th-anniversary tour with both new and original lineup gracing the stage, each to play their own bone-crushing set.
At the final night of his “Towers Of Song” tour, Dave Hause puts on a magical performance at Union Chapel, London, supported by Northcote.
To celebrate vocalist Aimee Interrupters birthday, The Interrupters, The Skints and Buster Shuffle put on a party and a half in Manchester. Check out the photos here.
Joined by Vein and Every Time I Die, Sheffield’s While She Sleeps bring their short UK tour to a crushing climax. Check out the photos here.
Helped by a very capable stable of opening bands that included Motionless In White, Stick To Your Guns, and Limbs, Beartooth got the crowd bouncing at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall.