Headed to Aftershock in Sacramento and trying to figure out who to see? It’s a tough call, but we think Knocked Loose, Poppy, Bring Me The Horizon, and Tool should be on the top of your list.
While making their way around the US on “The Truth Tour,” Nothing More came through Sacramento for an evening at the Ace of Spades with support from Of Mice & Men and Palisades.
Monster Energy Aftershock closed out its largest year, bringing 60,000 rock fans together at Discovery Park in Sacramento, CA on October 13th and 14th for its 7th year. Here’s our recap of the TOP moments, plus some incredible live shots.
Noise metal legends Will Haven breathe entirely new life into their sound with sixth full-length album Muerte.
Fister and CHRCH combine on Crown and Throne Ltd. to release the Fister/CHRCH Split, and the result is a testament to the art of two dark and dismal doom acts combining forces for the greater good of heavy music everywhere.
Due to the release of their newest album, The Color Before the Sun, Coheed and Cambria was one of the most anticipated bands to play this year’s Aftershock Festival.
On Day 1 of this year’s Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA, All That Remains hit the stage with a new line-up. The band skillfully performed crowd favorites as well as several hits from their latest album, The Order of Things.
With the passing of Jonny Hetherington’s (vocals) father, Art Of Dying became the most inspirational band to play this year’s Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA.
Sometimes it’s the little things in life that bring you the most happiness. Seeing Zoltan Bathory, guitarist for Five Finger Death Punch, swing his super long dreads while banging out gnarly power chords is one of those things to cherish.
Making the Aftershock Festival truly special, Limp Bizkit’s vocalist, Fred Durst, sang a few songs from the middle of the crowd. Durst showed no hesitation getting up close and personal with his fans. Before their set started, Durst allowed a few special fans, including one happy youngster and his dad, to come back stage for a quick autograph session.
Two months prior to Seether hitting the stage at the Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA, Seether’s sixth studio album, Isolate and Medicate, was released. Spiking to number 4 on the U.S. billboard charts and number 6 on the Canadian billboard charts, fans anxiously waited till the end of the day in 100+ degree heat to hear Seether play. It was well worth the wait!
Whether you’re a fan of Rise Against or not, there are just some bands you need to see live. And Rise Against should be at the top of that list! Not only do they sound exactly like their CDs, pumping up the crowd seems like second nature to them. Between lead guitarist, Zach Blair, ripping into power chords while jumping off speakers and vocalist, Tim Mcilrath, getting up close and personal with the screaming crowd, you are in for a wicked good time. Rise Against played at the Aftershock Festival at Discovery Park in Sacramento, CA.
In 2011, fans of Atreyu were saddened to hear that they would be taking a break from making music and touring. Vocalist, Alex Varkatzas confirmed that the band was going on hiatus to “recharge and focus on other parts of our lives.” The anticipation for Atreyu’s return is officially over! Performing at the Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA in September 2014, Atreyu hit the stage with extreme energy reinvigorating fans. Atreyu is rumored to have a new album out next year!