I found out that Mikael Åkerfeldt from Opeth was sick in a roundabout manner last week. The BandsInTown Application…
When post-rock group God Is An Astronaut hit Toronto’s The Opera House in late September, we spoke with brothers Torsten and Niels Kinsella about their ninth album Epitaph (Napalm Records) and playing European festivals with the likes of Monolord, Converge, and Crowbar.
Toronto metal fans were given a real treat when The Opera House hosted All That Remains, Lacuna Coil, Bad Omens, and Uncured for a show that was a metalhead’s delight.
As part of their Wisconsin Death Trip Tour, a reformed Static-X with a new, masked lead singer, delivered a high-energy performance at Toronto’s Opera House and brought along with them DevilDriver, Dope and Wednesday 13.
Led by the unimitiable frontman Zakk Wylde, Black Label Society commemorated the 20th anniversary of the group’s album Sonic Brew with a whirlwind of flying hair and deafening metal. Along for the ride were stellar openers, The Atomic Bitchwax and Conan.
Last Wednesday night, amid a freezing rain downpour in Toronto, Corrosion Of Conformity, along with Crowbar, The Obsessed, and Mothership, played to an absolutely jam-packed crowd at The Opera House.
Silverstein hit The Opera House in Toronto on December 16th for the “When Broken is Easily Fixed” tour along with Hawthorne Heights, As Cities Burn and Capstan!
Black metal legends Behemoth brought their dark and eerie vibe to Toronto’s The Opera House on November 6th with a high-energy show including At The Gates and Wolves In The Throne Room.
Hard rock band CKY and post-hardcore group Slaves brought their co-headlining tour to Toronto’s The Opera House on August 1st, 2018.
Dripping in rich ‘70s rock & ‘80s nostalgia, Tupper Ware Remix Party kicked off their Together Through Time tour with Planet Booty at Toronto’s The Opera House on May 18th.
American power metal band, Kamelot hit The Opera House in Toronto on April 23rd and were accompanied by Dutch metal band Delain and Finland’s Battle Beast.
On December 6th Hatebreed, along with Dying Fetus and Code Orange, hit The Opera House and kicked Toronto metalheads’ asses!
Gary Numan and his band (Steve Harris, guitars; Tim Muddiman, bass; David Brooks, keyboards and Richard Beasley, drums) laid waste to a sold-out crowd at the Opera House in Toronto.