Love, redemption, compassion, and forgiveness. Oh, how we yearn for them all. Well, to celebrate the day of love and compassion, today we bring you punk, acoustic, spoken word artist Ed Hamell, brandishing his brand new live track “Some Hearts.”
Currently trekking around Europe, Rise Above-signed Satanic doo-wop band Twin Temple delivered a touching and ritualized expression of devotion to the horned one at the Paradiso in Amsterdam.
If you have never had the opportunity to catch Sloppy Seconds live, this Live – No Time For Tuning reissue via Failure Records & Tapes is close enough to the real deal. 35 years of Junk Rock goes on!
Remember to “Tilt the Clox” back last month? If you didn’t, then your life has probably been a nightmare, so here’s a final reminder from Officer. While you’re at it, check out their “Tilt the Clox” music video, off their upcoming album Night Tennis.
Catching the devastating Fever333 in a venue the size of Stylus in Leeds was one too good to pass up. As we found out, the hottest live band on the planet right now didn’t disappoint.
Toronto was the final stop of Our Lady Peace’s annual Summersault Tour as it rolled through Budweiser Stage, along with Bush, Live and Dear Rouge, for a fully enjoyable evening of ‘90s alt-rock!
England’s Winterfylleth present their first live album, The Siege of Mercia, on Candlelight Records and its success lies in its careful curation as a snapshot of the band’s capabilities and a delightful narrative of their growth, musically and stylistically and reinforces their position as custodians of English black metal.
Lydia Lunch is not one to mince words, coddle you, or heal your boo-boo by putting a Band-Aid on it. Promoting her new book “So Real It Hurts,” we caught Lunch’s vivacious Verbal Burlesque at St. Louis, MO’s Crack Fox.
Our Lady Peace bassist Duncan Coutts chats about the ALT-imate Tour, touring with Live and Bush, upcoming new music, and the Trailer Park Boys.
Paltrocast episode 24 sees host Darren Paltrowitz chat with singer/songwriter Keb’ Mo’, En Vogue vocalist Terry Ellis, and +LIVE+ frontman Ed Kowalczyk.
Promoting their “Forged in Fire” host sauce in collaboration with Hella Hot Sauce, Exhumed hit Club Red in Mesa, AZ, along with openers SaintBreaker and Lago, for a spicy night of metal.
The Chaos and Carnage Tour is rampaging across the US right now with Whitechapel and Dying Fetus co-headlining the bill. The line-up was stacked with brutal death metal and deathcore bands who each wreaked havoc at Phoenix, AZ’s Pressroom.
Older, Fatter, Still the Greatest Ever – Live at Brixton perfectly captures the buzz and atmosphere at a Bowling for Soup show. It is a great introduction to the partying pop-punk band, reaffirming that they have no plans to slow down just yet.