Revered metal act System of a Down have announced a string of special shows in the US this October!
Gothic metalcore band Motionless In White pumped up the crowd as they opened the main stage on day two of Ozzfest Meets Knotfest!
Despite high winds and the occasional dust storm, heavy metal band Huntress raged during day one of Ozzfest Meets Knotfest!
Roadrunner Records heavy metal mainstays, Trivium, played a vicious set for the Southern California crowd on day two of Ozzfest Meets Knotfest.
On Sunday, October 25, 2015, Slipknot topped their own sick party by playing a closing set at Knotfest that blew every other one of the day’s main stage acts to smithereens.
Judas Priest’s headlining performance on Saturday, October 24, 2015 was the pinnacle of Knotfest 2015, and arguably the best showing of the whole event.
There is a lot of fuel left in the Slipknot tank. They are heavyweights in the metal game. The sound, set list, stage production, and performance they gave on closing night was in-fucking-credible.
Nothing More is going the band to watch in 2015. They were certainly the band to watch during Knotfest’s final day. It was great to see them throw down in the midday heat.
Southern California’s Atreyu showed an impressive performance on the Knotfest main stage. This is a band that has earned its rank in the contingent of heavy metal.
Probably the most anticipated act playing this year’s Mayhem Festival is Body Count. The Los Angeles band, fronted by Ice-T, played some old favorites and a few songs off the recently-released Manslaughter album.
Showing off new vocalist Eddie Hermida, Suicide Silence gave the crowd an arresting performance in the desert heat. No stranger to Mayhem, the Southern California deathcore band was welcomed by the multitude who came to hear the heavy shit.
Death metal veterans Cannibal Corpse performed a short, but impressive set during the Southern California kickoff date for Mayhem.
For metal-loving Southern Californians, The Battle of San Bernardino was this Summer’s hottest event. On a lucky Friday the 13th (August), seven heavy bands, Warbringer, Overkill, Sabaton, Testament, Anthrax, Megadeth, and headliner Iron Maiden performed at a venue well-known for its big outdoor festivals. Testament and Anthrax played extraordinary sets, Megadeth shined, but it was the headliner, Iron Maiden, that blew minds. A killer set highlighting the ‘Seventh Son of a Seventh Son’ album, it was classic Maiden, playing in top form.
For metal-loving Southern Californians, The Battle of San Bernardino was this Summer’s hottest event. On a lucky Friday the 13th (August), seven heavy bands, Warbringer, Overkill, Sabaton, Testament, Anthrax, Megadeth, and headliner Iron Maiden performed at a venue well-known for its big outdoor festivals.