Day three of Rock On the Range 2017 was always the forecasted day for heavy rainfall. Naturally, it wound up being the day with the least amount of rain.
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Lzzy Hale and her band brought some serious rock attitude to Leeds last month and Pure Grain Audio was on hand to bring you this review of their headline show.
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Ahead of the release of their new album, Into The Wild Life, PureGrainAudio chatted with Lzzy Hale about the album and what it was like touring with country artist Eric Church.
Fans turned out in force to watch Periphery lead a four-band lineup at New York’s Irving Plaza on Feb. 12, but with the standing-room-only venue rapidly filling up once the doors opened, it was clear the audience was also lured in by the three supporting acts: Thank You Scientist, Wovenwar and Nothing More.
As direct support to Periphery, on their current, extensive “Juggernaut Tour”, Nothing More took an already warm crowd to a boiling point at The Yost Theater in Santa Ana, CA on January 23, 2015.
Nothing More is going the band to watch in 2015. They were certainly the band to watch during Knotfest’s final day. It was great to see them throw down in the midday heat.
Ever since Three Days Grace’s album One X, I’ve been waiting for a radio killing, rock band. The bands that I predominately listen to have too many breakdowns (I guess?) for Clear Channel, so my hope of the rock revolution to the indie pop invasion falls on the shoulders of alternative metal, which believe it or not, was the genre label for Nickelback’s album Silver Side Up, which I still love.