Category Archives: Photos

Photos: In Flames, Hellyeah, From Ashes To New, Fillmore Silver Spring MD, 11/14/16

Posted by on November 22, 2016

Hellyeah and In Flames headlined The Forged In Fire tour on November 14, 2016 at the Fillmore Silver Spring in Silver Spring, Maryland. The headliners were supported by From Ashes to New and Source. Metal Insider contributing photographer Annamarie Nyirady was on hand, and documented the last three bands that played.   From Ashes To […]

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Photos: The Pretty Reckless know Who They’re Selling For with live show in Detroit

Posted by on November 16, 2016

The Pretty Reckless, currently on tour in support of their brand new album Who You Selling For, made a stop in Detroit, Michigan this past week, and we were onsite to capture the experience. Downtown Detroit was bustling this evening, with a raging anti-Trump protest, seeing thousands march in protest through the streets over the […]

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Photos: Meshuggah and High on Fire, Playstation Theater, NYC, 11/3/16

Posted by on November 4, 2016

  If there’s one thing worth navigating your way through Times Square for, it’s a double bill like Meshuggah and High on Fire at New York’s Playstation Theater. The show made it’s way to the NYC venue last night, and as one of the best one-two punches of heavy music on tour this fall, was […]

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Artist/photographer Nathaniel Shannon’s favorite photographs

Posted by on October 26, 2016

  This Friday (28), Brooklyn photographer Nathaniel Shannon will be expressing himself in an entirely different medium, as his debut album Trespasses will be released via Aqualamb Records. The album, released under the name Nathaniel Shannon and the Vanishing Twin, is a dark Tom Waits-like collection of Shannon’s bedroom recordings from over the last decade, and […]

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Photos: Gojira take victory lap at NYC’s Terminal 5

Posted by on October 24, 2016

As if releasing one of the standout albums of 2016 wasn’t enough, Gojira ended their monthlong tour with TesseracT last night at Terminal 5. For the band to have gone from being the support to Mastodon two years ago at the 3,000-capacity theater to headlining a near-sold out show there two years later speaks to […]

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