Folk rockers The Head and the Heart made their way to Portland, Maine’s Thompson’s Point to close out the venue’s concert season on a brisk Saturday evening, September 23rd.
Every Time I Die’s latest release, Low Teens brings the same southern hardcore we’ve come to expect and love from ETID, but with a touch darker lyrics and more polished sound than previous releases.
Despite much upheavel, the new Hey!Hello! album has finally seen the light of day so here are our thoughts on the latest work from rock icon Ginger Wildheart.
A cloud of sweet smoke ascended as the silhouettes of the members of The Contortionist took their positions on the stage awash in dim blue light.
On September 23rd, Dance Gavin Dance began their “Mothership” tour with Hail the Sun, Good Tiger, and the Contortionist at the El Rey Theater in LA, greeted by the anticipatory screams of both grown men and purple-haired teenage girls.
Aussie hellraisers Airbourne return with their fourth studio album so, grab a beer, crank this up and enjoy this blast of unapologetic rock n’ roll…
If you know, you already have it. If you don’t, you should read this and then go get it. Because this album is proof that Neurosis are still putting out incredible music. Read what you can expect and then go out and listen to yet another incredible release from one of the long-reigning champions of experimental heaviness.
On the evidence of bands like Raveneye, the UK hard rock scene has plenty to be excited about. Read our review of their new album NOVA here.