THE AMITY AFFLICTION with Archetypes Collide and The Seafloor Cinema, Hartford, CT, Webster Underground,...
On Sunday, April 10th, Australian metalcore band The Amity Affliction brought their headlining tour to the Webster Underground in Hartford, Connecticut. The event sold out weeks in advance, allowing fans to build their excitement for an exceptional show.
On April 3rd, Beartooth rocked the house at the San Jose Civic. The tour consisted of Erra, The Devil Wears Prada, Silverstein, and Beartooth.
On March 16th, The Darkness and The Dead Deads rocked out at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco. The Darkness played a great mix of material during their 16 song set list.
On March 12th, Judas Priest celebrated its 50th anniversary tour at the Fox Theater in Oakland, CA. They performed for almost two hours and played all their hits.
CANNIBAL CORPSE with Whitechapel, Revocation, and Shadow of Intent, Berkeley, CA, The UC Theatre,...
On March 11th, Cannibal Corpse, Whitechapel, Revocation, and Shadow of Intent rocked The UC Theatre in Berkeley, California.
DragonForce kicked off their North American Tour in Santa Ana, California and fans could not contain their happiness.
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.”
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.
Although the much anticipated Bay Strikes Back tour featuring Testament, Exodus, and Death Angel has been postponed multiple times—it’s now slated to kick off on April 9, 2022—that didn’t stop Death Angel from playing a headlining, sold out show at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco.
Tool began with “Fear Inoculum,” a standard opener for them, but nonetheless a perfect song to start the night. They played hours of fan favorites such as “Opiate,” “The Pot,” “Pushit,” “Pneuma,” and “Hooker with a Penis.” After a 12 minute intermission, Danny Carrey took the stage alone to play his unforgettable solo, “Chocolate Chip Trip.”