Periphery Continue 15 Year Long Trajectory with “Periphery lV: Hail Stan”

Widely considered to be one of the pioneers of the Djent movement within progressive metal, Periphery's style and music has maintained it's discipline and originality throughout a 15 year...

Tool Returns with “Fear Inoculum” After 13 Years

One of the most revered bands in rock and heavy metal, Tool, returned in 2019 after a 13 year break from recording music with their critically acclaimed album titled...

Incubus Celebrates 20 Years of “Make Yourself” at ACL Live

Incubus has produced some of the most memorable rock music of the last two decades, proving that they can stand the test of time. Much of their catalogue continues...

Two Door Cinema Club Returns with “False Alarm” at ACL Live

Nine years after their debut Tourist History, Two Door Cinema Club returned with their fourth full-length album titled False Alarm, which was released via Prolifica and Transgressive Records on June...

Gwar’s “Use Your Collusion” Tour at Empire Control Room

The remarkable shock rock band Gwar made a return this fall with their "Use Your Collusion" tour alongside thrash metal friends, Toxic Holocaust and Sacred Reich. The tour arrived at...

Bad Religion’s “Age of Unreason Tour” at Emo’s Austin

It’s hard to imagine punk music without Bad Religion; their impact on the genre, which began in the 80s, was and continues to be profound. Punk is at its...

Photos: Soulfly and Incite at Barracuda Austin

After releasing their eleventh album titled "Ritual" and embarking on a North American tour for it's promotion last year, Soulfly returned to the US for a second round of...

Kataklysm Treats Austin, TX to Intimate Show at Come & Take It Live!

Juno Award winning metal band Kataklysm has had a long successful run since their inception in 1991 and recently released their thirteenth studio album titled Meditations on June 1st,...

Bad Religion’s “Age of Unreason” Tour at Webster Hall

The newly renovated Webster Hall welcomed punk legends Bad Religion on August 2nd for night one of their NYC stay. Brooklyn Steel hosted the band the following night for...

ALEXISONFIRE Returns After 10 Year Hiatus

After a decade away from music, Alexisonfire made their comeback with a politically driven single, “Complicit” and a tour, playing a two night gig at Terminal 5 on both...

Candlebox Celebrate 26 Years of Debut Album

It is hard to believe the 90s are now nearly 30 years ago; nevertheless, music from the decade continues to be one of the most popular to this day....

Rival Sons Bring Their Nashville “Feral Roots” to Brooklyn Steel

Ever since catching Rival Sons set as the opening act for Alter Bridge back in 2012, we knew the band had a special gift that was unlike any other...

Alex Ferreira Toca Concierto Acústico En Apoyo A “Canapé”

Conocido por su tierna manera de escribir canciones y su habilidad de demostrar una evolución musical, Alex Ferreira es uno de los músicos mas subestimados en el mundo de...

You Me at Six Keep Rock Spirit Alive at The Gramercy Theatre

British pop-punk band You Me at Six embarked on a U.S. tour in support of their sixth studio album titled VI. The band played the Gramercy Theatre on February...

Soulfly and Kataklysm Ravage Gramercy Theatre w/ Help from Incite and Chaoseum

It is hard to think of a more adored figure in the metal world than Max Cavalera. Not only has he developed his career in front of a generation...

As It Is “The Great Depression Tour” at Revolution Music Hall

As It Is have been making noise around the rock world ever since their hit album The Great Depression, which was released on August 10th, 2018. In support of their...

Doug G. Opens for Wu-Tang Clan at The Paramount

Prior to legendary Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah’s set at The Paramount on Dec. 30, Long Island-based musician Doug G. charged up the crowd as he delivered a performance...

Pixies Celebrate 30 Year Anniversary of “Come On Pilgrim” and “Surfer Rosa” at Brooklyn...

As the years pass by, it’s hard to believe that the work of the artists we grew up listening to have also aged. The Pixies iconic debut EP and...

David Cook Brings Acoustic Tour to NYC

A decade after winning the seventh season of American Idol, David Cook is an artist all his own. Most recently, Cook took over Broadway as the lead actor in...

Devildriver, Jinjer and Raven Black Invigorate Fans at Brooklyn Bazaar

While many people swarmed Irving Plaza to catch Hip-hip icons Cypress Hill on November 2nd, metal heads made their way to Greenpoint’s Brooklyn Bazaar to catch Devildriver and their...

Ben Howard’s Breathtaking Sold-Out Show at Hammerstein Ballroom

Ben Howard returned to New York City, selling out the first of a two night gig at the Manhattan Center - Hammerstein Ballroom on October 12. Following the success of...

Beartooth Plays Warsaw (Photos)

Beartooth played a packed Warsaw late last month, and we had a chance to catch their first show of a two night gig on September 22nd in Brooklyn. The...

Slayer Unleashes Hell One Final Time in New York

Hell was unleashed at Jones Beach this past weekend as Slayer took the stage in Long Island, New York for one last time. For nearly 38 years, Slayer has...

PHOTOS: Great South Bay Music Festival – Day 4

Long Island's Great South Bay Music Festival day four took place on July 15th and had a mature music theme compared to previous days. The festival brought out a...

PHOTOS: Great South Bay Music Festival – Day 3

Day three of Long Island's Great South Bay Music Festival took place on July 14th and included artists such as Andy Falco, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and Umphree's McGee....

PHOTOS: Great South Bay Music Festival – Day 2

The Great South Bay Music Festival Day 2 took place on July 13th, 2018 and included bands such as Less Than Jake and Sublime with Rome. Check out photos...

Great South Bay Music Festival – Day 1

The 12th annual Great South Bay Music Festival took place from July 12th to the 15th and I had the absolute pleasure of covering it in Patchogue, New York....

The Magic Numbers Return to The US with “Outsiders”

UK pop-rock group The Magic Numbers made their return to New York City last week, playing a two-night gig at Rough Trade in Brooklyn and Mercury Lounge in the...

Mike Shinoda’s “Post Traumatic” EP Release Show – NYC

The rock and metal world was left to mourn after the tragic death of Chester Bennington. Fans of Linkin Park were left to wonder what the future of the...

Kat Cunning Performs with Pride at Mercury Lounge

The up and coming singer-songwriter Kat Cunning has been garnering praise and love from critics and fans alike. She’s not your typical pop singer; with a unique approach to...

Royal Blood at Brooklyn Steel

After a scary injury at Boston Calling in which lead singer Mike Kerr “broke” his foot from a fall, Royal Blood still managed to make it to Brooklyn, NY...

Andrew W.K. Brings The Party to Irving Plaza

Andrew W.K. and his “Party Hard” motto has been alive since his breakthrough single, appropriately titled “Party Hard” off of I Get Wet, released now for almost 17 years....

The Darkness Electrifies at Brooklyn Steel

The Darkness brought rock n’ roll nostalgia to Brooklyn Steel on April 20th in support of their latest release Pinewood Smile. Released on October 6th, 2017 via Cooking Vinyl,...

Photos: Jinger and Cradle of Filth at Irving Plaza

In support of their latest release, Cryptoriana -The Seductiveness of Decay, extreme metal band Cradle of Filth played a packed Irving Plaza on April 7th. Uncured from NYC opened...

Septicflesh’s Orchestral Doom at Gramercy Theatre

Greek Symphonic Metal band Septicflesh stopped by NYC's Gramercy Theatre for a sold-out show on March 10th in support of their latest release, Codex Omega which was released via Prosthetic...

Sabaton, Kreator and Cyhra Bring the Best of European Metal to The Paramount

On the night of March 4th 2018 a show unlike any other graced Long Island's The Paramount and that show was Cyhra, Kreator, and Sabaton. This lineup erupted with hundreds...

Kate Kay Es Shares Love and Good Vibes at National Sawdust

Australian singer-songwriter Kate Kay Es made her mark in Brooklyn with her powerful voice, multi-musical abilities and charisma when she finished a soulful night of music featuring artists Kamilah...

Narcotic Wasteland’s [Dallas Toler-Wade] First NYC Show

Originally known as the lead singer/guitarist of the Ancient Egyptian technical death metal group Nile, Dallas Toller-Wade has decided to embark on a new journey with his project Narcotic...

Hoodie Allen’s ‘The Hype Tour’ Homecoming at The PlayStation Theater

  Hoodie Allen is best remembered for his viral YouTube hit “You Are Not A Robot“ (2011) which strung a chord with suburban college life, but he’s not been forgotten...

Fit for a King Brings Out NYC Metalcore Community

The new generation of metalcore bands arrived to The Gramercy Theatre on November 22nd, and with it the entire community that strongly supports the ever-growing genre. Phinehas, Like Moths to...

Mägo de Oz llega a La Boom con su energia Céltica

La banda legendaria Mägo de Oz llego a La Boom (promocianado por Zamora Live Entertainment), el club Latino mas adorado de Queens, NYC la noche de Noviembre 20. Junto con...

HIM Says Farewell with Final US Tour Date at The Manhattan Center

The iconic Finnish goth-rock band HIM decided to call it quits earlier in 2017 and subsequently announced a farewell tour across North America and Europe to say goodbye to...

Dee Snider and Killcode: A Homecoming

Dee Snider and :::KILLCODE:::, can you say “Ouch”!!! These guys attacked the Northeast on two consecutive nights, November 3rd and 4th, and put a hurting on audiences attending The...

A Furious Treat At Bowery Electric w/ Liza Colby Sound and Barb Wire Dolls

November 1, 2017 saw a night of raw, female-fronted power at The Bowery Electric, as Barb Wire Dolls and The Liza Colby Sound rocked the packed room with fire...

The Toadies Return with “Rubberneck” Nostalgia

Gramercy Theatre in NYC welcomed a 90s-loving crowd when The Toadies brought old and new jams to the venue on October 18th. The Toadies are best remembered for their...

Greta Van Fleet Takes Manhattan

Classic rock is not dead, it goes by the odd moniker of Greta Van Fleet.  On August 24th, I was fortunate enough to get into one of  Greta Van...

Anathema Plays a Sold Out Gramercy Theatre

Out of Liverpool, England, Anathema has managed to capture fans from around the work with their beautiful ethereal, progressive metal sound. A near 30 year career has produced 11...

The Melvins and Spotlights Sell Out Irving Plaza

The Melvins NYC marked their 23rd stop on the North American tour. Melvins are touring in support of their double album A Walk With Love & Death which was released on July...

Gerardo Ortiz, La Septima Banda y Los Cadetes de Linares Llegan a La Boom,...

"El Rey del Corrido", Gerardo Ortiz llego a La Boom en Queens, Nueva York el domingo 30 de julio acompañado por La Séptima Banda y Los Cadetes de Linares;...

Behemoth, Lamb of God and Slayer Bring Old and New Metal Generations to MSG

This year brought the heavy metal scene a treat, one of the most exciting tours of the year featuring Behemoth, Lamb of God and Slayer. Three completely different metal...
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