Category Archives: Photos

Review and Photos: Gone is Gone, The Dragonfly, Los Angeles, CA, 4/27/16

Posted by on April 29, 2016

Gone is Gone is the relatively unknown project by very known musicians that recently popped up a few weeks back. Considering its lineup consisting of members of Mastodon, Queens of the Stone Age and At the Drive-In, the hype was immediate, and this past Wednesday, the band played their first-ever live show in Los Angeles, CA. Metal […]

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Photos: We Came As Romans, Miss May I, Wilson, Sworn In, Sayreville NJ, Starland Ballroom, 4/24/2016

Posted by on April 25, 2016

Tomorrow (26), the “Bands Vs. Food tour kicks off in Baltimore, MD with We Came as Romans, Memphis May Fire, Miss May I and For Today. However, leading up to that, since mid-month, the “Road to Bands Vs. Food” tour has been happening. That lineup found WCAR and Miss May I, but also included Wilson […]

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Review and Photos: Decibel Magazine tour w/ Abbath, High on Fire, Skeletonwitch, Tribulation, Los Angeles, CA 3/28/16

Posted by on April 14, 2016

The annual and always great Decibel Magazine tour traveled across North America these past few weeks and brought to many cities the mighty Abbath, High on Fire, Skeletonwitch featuring their new singer Adam Clemans, and Sweden’s Tribulation. The mix of genres has always been a staple on every Decibel tour, reaching for a larger audience […]

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Photos: Nekrogoblikon, Psychostick, Whisky A Go Go, Hollywood, CA 4/2/16

Posted by on April 11, 2016

Our good friends of Goblin metal band Nekrogoblikon released their latest album Heavy Meta last year and they have been touring hard playing it in every city they can get their creepy green hands on and this spring is not different. The band are crossing the vast land of Uncle Sam in company of Psychostick and […]

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Photos: Candiria, Alekhine’s Gun, New York, Studio at Webster Hall, 4/7/16

Posted by on April 8, 2016

While hard to define, Candiria pretty much defined their own wave of New York hardcore when they emerged in the early ’90s. Balancing complex polyrythms with odd jazz breakdowns, then gradually transitioning to a more commercial sound by the time of 2004’s What Doesn’t Kill You…, the band are getting set to release their first album since 2009 […]

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