On Cinco de Mayo we saw an awesome show at Jewel Nightclub & Music Venue featuring Vermont-based band, Stone Bullet and local New Hampshire rock act, Cross The Divide.
Toronto pop-rock outfit, Cherry Pools made their headlining debut to a sold-out crowd at Toronto’s Sneaky Dee’s, with support from Bicyclops and Plum.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, there are very few rock bands these days who can play the kind of wall-shaking arena-filling rock shows that Canadian rockers Nickelback can as Chad Kroeger and his band mates showed at the First Direct Arena.
Dylan Walker of extreme grind machine Full of Hell, decided to forgo the usual album-related Q&A and opted for our Purely Provocative interview, discussing vomit, blood, showering and vampires.
As albums like Aqua Vitae demonstrate, technical death metal is more than just a wall of chaotic noise. Read our review here…
The capacity crowd at Toronto’s Mod Club Theatre didn’t seem to mind waiting in the rain. They came to see Australian psychedelic rock band Pond, along with opening act Kirin Callinan.
Full Of Hell have shared the pummelling lead single and opening track, “Deluminate,” off their forthcoming full-length titled Trumpeting Ecstasy.