Thanksgiving just got heavier! American metalcore band After The Burial, alongside The Acacia Strain, Erra and Make Them Suffer, hit The Phoenix in Toronto and brought the heavy.
Nottingham Rescue Rooms was one of a number of sold-out venues on Royal Republic’s recent trek around the UK but our photographer jammed her way to the front to bring back these photos and review.
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.
Adelitas Way opened up for The Pretty Reckless at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, CA on October 8th, 2014. Bassist Andrew Cushing of Adelitas Way made a clear statement of who his favorite sports teams are when he represented the San Francisco Giants by wearing a Giants T-shirt on stage. At the time the Giants were a major contender in the playoffs for the World Series. Cushing was loudly cheered while on stage as be busted out sick bass lines. Even with the loss of long time rhythm guitarist, Keith Wallen in 2013, Adelitas Way struck fans with a solid album. Stuck, features 13 impressive songs that are a must listen. The album was released back in July earlier this year. This was my second time seeing them live, and once again I am not disappointed! Adelitas Way not only sounds great live, but they thoroughly have a good time on stage making the night fun for everyone.
The Canadian Thanksgiving weekend was upon us and for October, it was a damn warm night. 28 degrees Celsius; nuts, yes, but a good way to foreshadow the events of the night. Kicking the night off with a bang was Toronto’s own, white-shirt clad, Dancing With Paris. Definitely the heaviest of the night, these boys always put on a good show and never disappoint. DWP’s set had a good mix of old favourites and tracks off their new album, The Drought.