NWOBHM legends Iron Maiden arrived to melt the faces of those assembled at Mansfield, MA’s Xfinity Center. Supported by opener The Raven Age, this show was downright awesome!
The new kid in town in summer festivals is Sad Summer Festival. It made its way through Worcester, MA’s The Palladium on July 14th and with a bill featuring Mom Jeans, Four Years Strong, The Wonder Years and Mayday Parade. It did not disappoint!
During the final week or their “Holy Hell Tour,” Architects arrived at the hallowed grounds of Worcester, Massachusetts’ Palladium alongside the equally ferocious supporting acts Thy Art Is Murder and While She Sleeps.
Alternative rock mainstays, Goo Goo Dolls, are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their ground-breaking album Dizzy Up The Girl. We caught up with the band at a sold out House of Blues in Boston, MA.
On the hallowed grounds of Worcester, Massachusetts’ The Palladium, on the final day of the venue’s annual horror and metal-themed celebration Rock and Shock, we caught Trivium, Avatar and Light The Torch.
Pop all-stars Chvrches recently performed two sold-out shows at Boston, MA’s Orpheum Theatre, along with support from Lo Moon, and covered Drowning Pool? Yep, last weekend was more than magical!
We hit the House of Blues in Boston, MA and caught Thrice, supporting their Epitaph Records debut Palms, accompanied by LA punks The Bronx and shoegaze act Teenage Wrist.
The Palladium in Worcester, MA was packed to gills as Parkway Drive, alongside August Burns Red, The Devil Wears Prada and Polaris, brought the heavy.
Punk rock legends Alkaline Trio are in the final week of the first leg of a massive North American tour with support from Ogikubo Station and Together Pangea. We caught the tour when it hit the House of Blues in Boston on August 18th.
Julien Baker played to an ecstatic crowd at the Academy of Music Theater in Northampton, MA, along with indie rock openers, Tancred.
Southern California’s Movements (Fearless Records) hit Allston, MA’s Brighton Music Hall on their first-ever U.S. headline tour and brought along Can’t Swim, Super Whatevr and Gleemer.
We caught A Day To Remember crushing it on March 15th at Lowell’s Tsongas Center along with supporting act Papa Roach and openers Falling In Reverse and The Devil Wears Prada.
The Decibel Magazine Tour featuring Norway’s Enslaved, Wolves In The Throne Room, Myrkur, and Khemmis is currently in full swing. Fans packed into Boston’s Royale for an early show.