Phoenix psych rock group Strange Lot début their new single and music video, “Funny Sounds,” off their forthcoming album of the same name.
SOFTCULT joins us for our latest Women of Rock feature wherein twin sisters Mercedes Arn-Horn and Phoenix celebrate the release of their venomous new EP ‘Year of the Snake’ by discussing their female influences such as Kathleen Hanna, Laura Jane Grace and Wata (of the band Boris).
Phoenix-based rapper Tyraid recently graced audiences with the eerily-topical video for his 2019 track “Rectified.” The song comes from…
The ultra-talented King Diamond made a much-appreciated stop at the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona last week for an immersive sound and stage production with no shortage of originality that played like a metal musical broadway.
Phoenix, Arizona-based doom metal band, Mosara has just unveiled a punchy little two-track demo to close out 2019. Check out the tracks “I Cain” and “Clay and Iron” today!
The Chaos and Carnage Tour is rampaging across the US right now with Whitechapel and Dying Fetus co-headlining the bill. The line-up was stacked with brutal death metal and deathcore bands who each wreaked havoc at Phoenix, AZ’s Pressroom.
Indie group, Hippo Campus brought their headlining tour in support of their latest effort, Bambi, to Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre on May 1st, with up and coming artist, Samia for a strong evening of fun music.
Nashville, Tennessee’s indie rockers The Pressure Kids join us for this Stereo Six entry to list the records that helped inspire the band’s debut, self-titled EP.
The release of indie, alternative band Neon Saturdays’ new single “Phoenix” is today, so what better way to celebrate than to bring you the exclusive premiere?
The Black Dahlia Murder and Whitechapel are co-headlining a North American tour and we caught the show at The Pressroom in Phoenix, AZ. Openers were Aversions Crown and Fleshgod Apocalypse.
Faroe Island Viking metal legends, Týr came from the icy north to Joe’s Grotto in Phoenix, AZ. They brought along Aeternam, Ghost Ship Octavius and Orphaned Land for a metal-filled evening.
One year since their first live performance, we’re stoked to help the Phoenix, Arizona-based rock quintet, Post Hoc debut the music video for their new single “Tarantino”.
When Fu Manchu plays in Phoenix, Arizona, it is sort of a rarity… similar to it actually snowing on the mountains that surround the metropolis that locals refer to as the “Valley of the Sun.”