Switchfoot took over the House of Blues in Boston earlier this week on their “Looking for America” tour with Relient K.
Senses Fail recently landed at the House of Blues in Boston after kicking off touring with As It Is and Sum 41 on the “Don’t Call It A Sum-Back Tour” this fall.
This past weekend the House of Blues in Boston, MA had the pleasure of welcoming back Parkway Drive amidst their Unbreakable North American tour with We Came As Romans and Counterparts.
Being As An Ocean is on a North American tour with Amity Affliction and recently made a stop at The Palladium in Worcester, MA.
Trophy Eyes recently hit Worcester, MA for a show at The Palladium ahead of the October 14th release of their Hopeless Records album, Chemical Miracle.
After the Burial’s latest album, Dig Deep, came out via Sumerian Records at the beginning of the year and it was no surprise the band was back on the bill for the annual Summer Slaughter Tour.
Revocation returned to Massachusetts for the annual Summer Slaughter Tour’s stop at The Palladium in Worcester and unleashed a fury of metal!
Cannibal Corpse headlined the annual North America Summer Slaughter Tour and were greeted by a large crowd at their stop at The Palladium in Worcester, MA.
The crowd for Summer Slaughter was quickly growing as Slaughter to Prevail hit the stage and put on a brutal set early on in the night.
On July 5th at Boston’s Brighton Music Hall, we caught up with letlive. who are blazing their way across North America in support of their new Epitaph Records release, If I’m The Devil….
Long Beach, CA hard rockers, Sunflower Dead, recently announced their tour with headliners Powerman 5000 and (Hed) PE. The tour visits 27 U.S. cities throughout the month of August, coming to a close in Grand Rapids, MI on August 30th. The tour also features a stop at DirtFest in Birch Run, MI on August 9th. In episode 4 of our exclusive Sunflower Dead tour journal, lead singer Michael Del Pizzo hits us from the Paladium in Worcester, MA and tells us about the benefits of using baby-wipes on tour.
Boston recently had the pleasure of welcoming Glasgow-hailing post-rock giants, Mogwai. Having never witnessed a band of their caliber or unique sound live, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I had been to many instrumental performances before – jazz, classical, progressive – but I knew this was going to be different.