One year after making their Toronto debut with labelmates, Hollerado and Little Junior (the latter opening this show), Calpurnia, fronted by Finn Wolfhard of IT and Stranger Things fame, returned to the city and brought the ruckus at The Phoenix.
Thanksgiving just got heavier! American metalcore band After The Burial, alongside The Acacia Strain, Erra and Make Them Suffer, hit The Phoenix in Toronto and brought the heavy.
While The Dead Daisies fall into the category of a relatively new band, the players in the group do not. Seeing them live is like watching a thirty-year-strong band perform. The group recently hit The Phoenix Concert Theatre for a show with Hookers & Blow.
Last Wednesday California’s Suicidal Tendencies, along with New York’s Sick Of It All, blew the roof off Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre and we’ve got the photos to prove it!
What’s better than going to a concert? How about going to a concert, with a bunch of your pals, to see Death From Above (who have risen from the grave)?
The kick off to Canadian Music Week, Matt & Kim headlined at The Phoenix on May 7th with openers Goodnight, Sunrise and Monowhales. The glitter, confetti and blow-up dolls were real.
Swedish metal heavies Sabaton united with German thrashers Kreator on this co-headlining tour and stopped by Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre.
Finland’s extreme metal legends Children Of Bodom, along with Dutch black metalheads Carach Angren, were in town last Thursday at The Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto.
CKY (Chad I Ginsburg, Jess Margera and Matt Deis), have debuted another new single titled “Replaceable,” the second new track to come from the band’s new LP The Phoenix.
The inimitable Biffy Clyro brought the live embodiment of their seventh full-length album Ellipsis to Toronto on Saturday night, performing an almost two-hour long set of some of their finest material to a capacity crowd of ecstatic fans.
Brooklyn New York’s pop diva, Bebe Rexha, stopped at The Phoenix Concert Theatre on March 23rd, bringing her “All Your Fault Tour” to Toronto.
Last Wednesday, the Californian deathcore band, Winds of Plague, blew through Toronto’s The Phoenix concert theatre.