Maybe it’s all the human shit on the streets of San Francisco. Maybe it’s the water. Maybe it’s the…
Kawaii metal band BABYMETAL made a stop in San Francisco at The Warfield with Avatar to close out their U.S. tour, and each band contributed in making it a very memorable finish.
Taking over the Golden Gate Park for the 12th year, Outside Lands transformed the park’s peaceful escape from busy city life to a bustling space full of fans, food, and fantastic music for the annual music festival.
Killswitch Engage and Parkway Drive have embarked on a massive co-headlining tour that kicked off at the Warfield Theatre in San Francisco, CA. Along for the heavy metal madness are both After the Burial and Vein.
With a discography that continues to prove timeless, it’s no surprise to see that Taking Back Sunday has continued to grow. We caught their 20th-anniversary tour at The Warfield in San Francisco, CA, along with openers Frank Iero and the Future Violents.
Although cemented in the tech death camp, Aenimus’s Dreamcatcher, out now via Nuclear Blast Records, shows that incorporating groove and rhythm into their music creates new a new direction worth exploring.
Touring in support of their seventh full-length album, Atreyu stopped at The Fillmore in San Francisco, CA for a memorable night with support from Memphis May Fire and Ice Nine Kills.
While making their way around the US on the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour, Mike Shinoda came through San Francisco for an evening at The Masonic with support from Don Broco and grandson.
Even after extensively touring earlier this year, In This Moment is not yet done. Check out their remaining 2018 dates, plus our killer live shots, and don’t miss out!
Gürschach have an interesting take on the zombie apocalypse; watch our premiere of the band’s latest video for “Undead Empire,” from their recent release Dark Matter.
We’re only a couple weeks out from the Golden Gate Park being flooded with the fans, food, and the phenomenal lineup of Outside Lands! Here are five sets that should be at the top of your list!
Ohio rockers The National and Danish microbrewery Mikkeller have partnered to release “Reality Based Pils”, a very drinkable, somewhat light, and straight-up pilsner in a cool can.
Touring to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their album Planet of the Ice, Minus The Bear made a stop at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, along with openers The New Trust.