Hollywood icon Kiefer Sutherland made his debut live appearance in Leeds and you can check out the photos and review of the gig here.
Indie favourites Supergrass treated a packed-out Leeds O2 Academy to a night of top 90s indie and you can check out the photos and review here.
US pop-punk stars All Time Low gave a few hundred fans a very special evening when they performed an intimate gig at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds. Check out the photos here.
For their fans in Manchester, Alter Bridge made sure their Christmas got off to a great start. Check out the photos here.
“Steeltown” rockers, Arkells had a little party with some of their closest friends last Saturday night. With help from indie folk band Lord Huron, they blew the roof off Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena in front of some 15,000 really enthusiastic fans.
One year after making their Toronto debut with labelmates, Hollerado and Little Junior (the latter opening this show), Calpurnia, fronted by Finn Wolfhard of IT and Stranger Things fame, returned to the city and brought the ruckus at The Phoenix.
The 2018 edition of Toronto’s Festival of Beer boasted over 90 vendors and 416 different beers, meaning there was sure to be something to everyone’s taste. Oh, and Dwayne Gretzky rocked the crowd too, eh!?
This is the tour that everyone has been talking about! Florida metal giants Trivium just hit Geneva, Switzerland’s L’Usine with support from both Power Trip and Venom Prison.
German melodeath heroes Heaven Shall Burn hit Geneva’s L’Usine on March 22nd, just over half way through their “The Final March” European tour, with support from August Burns Red, Whitechapel and In Hearts Wake.
Technical death metal legends Nile hit Switzerland as part of their “What Should Not Be Unearthed Part III” tour, supported by another legendary band, US grindcore veterans Terorrizer.
That’s right, John Carpenter, the man who has brought you iconic pop culture characters like Michael Meyers of the Halloween series is on tour!