Known for their eclectic live productions, alt-rockers Puscifer performed a perfect live streamed concert on Friday, October 30th to coincide with the release of their fourth full-length album, Existential Reckoning.
System of a Down and Korn came to Los Angeles with some friends for a few special occasions, and we have been made all the better for it. System of a Down took the stage for a two hour set to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of their album, Toxicity.
The band entered and immediately ripped into their first song as the super energetic frontman Caleb Shomo came running out on stage, with a Slayer shirt and bandana around his forehead.
2022’s Earthday Birthday was nothing short of a celebration of life and nature at the Central Florida Fairgrounds on April 23. While the rescheduled show back in September of 2021 was great, as always, this year felt different—better.
After four years, King Diamond has embarked on his first US tour since 2015. Tonight, we find the King appearing at the historic Worcester Palladium in Massachusetts to a packed crowd and full balcony of screaming fans. While he had some health issues in the past, with triple bypass heart surgery, it’s clear it has not slowed King Diamond down, nor has he skipped a beat.
The Devil’s Dozen was a livestream offering to fans sitting in conjunction with a similarly named, excellent, and thorough newly released documentary about the band, their forthcoming fifth album and second for Napalm, Ecdysis, and the fact they’ve spent the majority of the last two years off the road.
Most Tuesday nights are simple and uneventful, however Tuesday, June 14 was exciting for Hartford, Connecticut metal fans, as The Krewe Du Sang Tour featuring a lineup of VCTMS and Afterlife, and Louisiana’s own Cane Hill came to rock The Webster Underground.
The Night They Came Home: A Virtual Live Concert Experience was shot at the Eureka Public Library on Halloween, as the stage set-up was decorated with bookcases, hardwood floors, and various props.
Underoath performed in San Francisco this past week and brought the energy to The Warfield. They played a ton of classics like “Its Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front Door,” “In Regards to Myself,” “Reinventing Your Exit,” “A Boy Brushed Red Living in Black and White,” and “Writing on the Walls.”
“Enter the Necrophaze, there’s no mercy for you!” That quote perfectly sums up a Wednesday 13 show—no mercy. Outburn was front and center for the kick off of the tour. Because this show is the opening night of the band’s month long run with Nuclear Blast label mates The 69 Eyes, no one knows exactly what to expect and the fan's level of excitement is immeasurable.