The Pure Noise Records tour recently hit Toronto’s Opera House with Stick To Your Guns, Counterparts, Terror, Sanction and Year Of The Knife all delivering a killer time!
Progressive metal titans Between the Buried and Me, currently touring with British band TesseracT, made their way to Wally’s Pub in Hampton, New Hampshire and we caught the action live!
Enrapturing the The Opera House’s audience of Torontonians last Thursday, February 21st, The Neal Morse Band — featuring Neal Morse, Mike Portnoy, Randy George, Eric Gillette, and Bill Hubauer — delivered a dizzying display of exemplary prog.
Before their explosive performance at Toronto’s Opera House, we talked with drummer George Schmitz of Orange County, CA hardcore band Stick To Your Guns (Pure Noise Records) about the #HopeBringers initiative and their charitable endeavours.
Devil’s Night just got spookier! American metalcore heavies Emmure brought a crazy show to Toronto’s Opera House along with co-headliners Stick To Your Guns, plus openers Wage War and Sanction.
Whitechapel and The Black Dahlia Murder hit Toronto’s Opera House on June 12th along with openers Shadow of Intent, Aversions Crown, and Fleshgod Apocalypse.
On Friday, 4/20, American hard rock “supergroup” Sons Of Apollo hit Toronto’s Opera House, along with openers Felix Martin, and just kicked everyone’s ass!
Ministry’s current AmeriKKKant tour tore through Toronto’s Opera House and left a mark. Al Jourgensen and co. brought along Chelsea Wolfe for the ride.
Avatar brought their wildly entertaining brand of metal to a sold-out Opera House in Toronto, along with American rockers The Brains and Hellzapoppin.
Detroit’s horrorcore duo Twiztid stormed The Opera House with a TON of friends in tow including Michigan rapper Blaze Ya Dead Homie.
Dragonforce has long established that they can perform blistering fast riffs and solos – as far as I’m concerned they are untouchable in their class. What’s been great to see over the past few years is a conscientious effort from the band to work on material that adheres to more traditional genres of metal.
Review and Photos by Darren Eagles http://www.chelseawolfe.net Sargent House recording artist Chelsea Wolfe brought her genre-swapping brand of sometimes…