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Photos: Rock Allegiance brings Philly the metal it was waiting for

Posted by on September 21, 2016

Last year’s inaugural Rock Allegiance festival in Chester, Pennsylvania, a town in between Philadelphia and Delaware, was a one-day affair that went well enough that when Danny Wimmer Presents announced a second year, it expanded to two days. Encompassing mainstream (Alice In Chains, The Offspring) and the underground (Max and Iggor Cavalera, Baroness), it was […]

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Photos: Axl Rose-assisted AC/DC thrills Madison Square Garden, 9/14/16

Posted by on September 19, 2016

The Axl Rose-fronted version of AC/DC made its New York City debut Wednesday at Madison Square Garden. The show, featuring Rose on vocals, Angus Young on lead guitar, Cliff Williams on bass, Chris Slade on drums and Scotty Young on rhythm guitar, was one of several U.S. and European dates rescheduled after the departure of […]

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Photos: The Lennon Claypool Delirium, NYC, Irving Plaza, 8/30/16

Posted by on August 31, 2016

  One of the more unlikely collaborations of the year is Primus bassist/vocalist Les Claypool with Sean Lennon, son of John Lennon. Granted, it’s not that odd, given that Lennon has been following in his dad’s footsteps since the mid ’90s. In fact, it was his band Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, who opened […]

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Review & Photos: Slipknot, Marilyn Manson, The Forum, Inglewood, CA 8/14/16

Posted by on August 17, 2016

  One might argue that Slipknot is one of the best bands to see live, but with excessive touring and festival appearances since they released .5: The Gray Chapter in 2014 do they still live up to the hype? What keeps their fans wanting more? Teaming up with another powerhouse from the 90’s, Marilyn Manson, couldn’t […]

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Review and photos: Deftones, Refused, Spotlights impress Boston, Asbury Park

Posted by on August 11, 2016

If you were alive and listening to heavy music in the ’90s, you probably owned albums by Deftones (probably Around the Fur) and Refused (definitely The Shape of Punk to Come). While Refused broke up just after the release of that seminal 1998 album, Deftones soldiered on, despite the loss of bassist Chi Cheng, who died in […]

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