Los Angeles rock quartet KONGOS have confirmed a fall U.S. tour to coincide with the release of their upcoming new album, 1929: Part 2, due out on October 1st, 2019.
Veteran rap metal crew P.O.D., along with Islander, Hyro The Hero, and Nonpoint, delivered a special evening of hits and crowd singalongs at Manchester Music Hall in Lexington, Kentucky.
After just seven months, American Airlines Arena once more hosted Twenty One Pilots, with Bear Hands opening the show, and, given the numbers the duo pulled, you would have thought it was their first time back in over a year.
Lindsley Allen, the woman behind the hottest “rock ‘n roll burlesque” show on the planet, Cherry Boom Boom, gives us an inside look at her hugely popular ‘American Woman: Rock n’ Roll a Go-Go’ show.
Incredibly, on Steel Casket, Primitive Man have created something that is even more caustic than their debut and something that taps into a primal fear that is as ancient as primordial ooze.
Fast-rising hardcore superstars, Knocked Loose, fresh off the release of their Mistakes Like Fractures EP via Pure Noise Records, stopped by Hartford, CT’s The Webster Underground for an unrelenting and jaw-dropping performance.
Daron Malakian and Scars on Broadway performed a provoking two-hour set for a sold-out crowd last Thursday at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California. Thankfully for us all, we caught the show!
In all, -aire (Equal Vision Records) stands up as a strong sophomore album for The End of the Ocean. It clings slightly too tightly to its influences to truly stand out, but when those influences stand among the greatest of post-rock’s luminaries, the resulting music is always going to sound great.
Under the Regolith, out via Tridroid Records, may not be the most memorable record you hear this month, but it’s certainly one of the more exciting, enjoyable, and fun ones – hats off to Antiverse!
Can we fix our country and be united again? If we can imagine our country without presidents, politicians, uber-rich and large corporations, then what are we left with? I think we are left with a large swath of people who have more similarities than differences. We all are trying to just live and live the best we can.
Practically nothing that hints Ævangelist’s Matricide in the Temple of Omega was written for the ears of anyone other than the twisted beings creating it. And yet, there is something addictive about it. Out via I, Voidhanger.
With loss of life and love and people just destroying each other, aren’t we all just sick of it? I say fuck political grandstanding, playing to the crowd, and taking sides and not saying what we really feel to each other. Let’s just try to come up with real solutions.
Some thirty-plus listens on, ULTHA’s The Inextricable Wandering (Century Media) has revealed itself as one of the best metal albums of the past decade, let alone in the black metal sub-genre.