The magical Cirque du Soleil kicked off their European tour for Luzia and you can check out our photos from the breathtaking show here.
American rockers Trans-Siberian Orchestra celebrated the last night on their 2019 winter tour, the Christmas Eve & Other Stories trek, and helped to close off the decade at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena with a very satisfying, and exhausting experience.
Filling a room with thousands doused in festive red and green color combinations, August Burns Red jingle bell rocked their way into Christmas by putting on their annual metalcore holiday show along with Like Moths To Flames, Miss May I, and Knocked Loose.
On the final Saturday of 2019, cinematic rock act Starset capped off the year with one last show at the Thompson House in Newport, Kentucky. Playing songs off of their latest album Divisions, the band brought fans a world-building experience with an epic multi-media performance.
Bury Tomorrow’s “Make Metalcore Great Again” was a flawless show celebrating Black Flame at Roundhouse, London, supported by Employed To Serve and Blood Youth.
The rise over the last twelve months have been meteoric for Geordie songwriter Sam Fender so this highly anticipated return to Leeds saw the Academy packed to the rafters. Check out the photos here.
Brit rockers The Cult hit the road to celebrate 30 years of hit album Sonic Temple and we caught the tour in Leeds. Check out the photos and review here.
With their debut album set to drop in a few weeks, Doncaster pop-rock band Bang Bang Romeo celebrated the news with a few hundred fans, friends and family members in Leeds. Check out the photos here.
Indie/dream pop up-and-comers flor put on a performance that had Boston’s Brighton Music Hall literally swaying to the beat and giving their voice and lungs and a real workout.
Ukrainian progressive groove metal band Jinjer brought The Browning along to Club Red in Mesa, Arizona in promotion of their third, Napalm Records album Macro and it was an all-around excellent performance.
Reignwolf recently hit Toronto’s Mod Club Theatre, performing much of their debut record Hear Me Out. Windsor two-piece The Blue Stones added to the evening’s experience by dropping forty minutes of dirty blues.
1980’s rock ‘n roll legends Def Leppard, along with their counterpart Tesla, absolutely rocked the Budweiser Gardens in London, Ontario, filled with two and a half hours of hard-hitting classics and memories.
Years & Years promised fans a magical night in Scarborough and, despite a few technical issues appearing during support act Nina Nesbitt’s set, the whole night was exactly what they promised. Check out the photos here.