Starting last month, Motion City Soundtrack has been on a ten-year anniversary tour celebrating the album, which I was lucky enough to catch on January 28th at Irving Plaza in Manhattan’s Union Square.
All across the UK, sold out signs are going up on posters for the Enter Shikari headline tour. Pure Grain Audio headed to Portsmouth to join the madness on the first night of the tour.
Marilyn Manson demonstrates how he has carved out a niche in pop culture and why he has managed to stay relevant over two decades after beginning his career—and rightfully so.
Sick Of It All have a reputation for live shows that are full of energy as well as plenty of punk riffs and hardcore beats. Tonight was no exception.
French symphonic deathcore troop Betraying The Martyrs bring an impressive line-up with them as their current European tour rolls into London.
The most anticipated heavy metal tour of the last few years rolls into Nottingham with headliners Slipknot living up to the fearsome live reputation they’ve built up over the last sixteen years.
No Devotion take a day off from their current UK tour supporting Gerard Way to get up close and personal at an intimate club show in Reading.
The stars came out to shine at the world-famous Roxy for a most worthy cause: to raise money through the Adopt the Arts program, benefiting music programs in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
And the circus came to town. In a high desert setting, amid carnival-like sideshows, games, rides and concessions right out of some kind of heavy metal storybook, this year’s Knotfest hosted an extensive lineup of bands.
While Queens-based punk quartet Bayside is no stranger to Asbury Park, New Jersey, this was the first time that lead singer Anthony Raneri, on a short solo acoustic tour, had performed at the legendary Asbury Lanes.
Volbeat end their touring cycle for Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies with a fine mix of new and old favourite in Norwich. Hopefully the UK won’t have to wait too long for them to return to these shores.
Vanity Draws Blood headlined an intimate gig at the Fighting Cocks in Kingston Upon Thames on Thursday, December 11th.
Despite rumours of van accidents and technical difficulties, Italian post-hardcore outfit Hopes Die Last still managed to tear up a hardcore frenzy on a cold December night in London.