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Category Archives: Live Music

Tool are back on “The Pot” again for first time since 2012

Posted by on June 8, 2017

Tool are like the Grateful Dead now, in that they have legions of fans that will follow them anywhere, are increasingly known as a live band moreso than for their studio albums (c’mon dudes, 11 years?), and also that they have enough of a catalogue that they can pull out songs that they havent’ played in […]

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Pelican surprise-release new live album

Posted by on November 22, 2016

Pelican’s intstrumental post-metal is always a rewarding listen, and earlier this year, Belgian fans got to witness them live as they played the Dunk! Festival. The festival was livestreamed, and the organizers gave the band the recordings, which they remixed. They were only planning on releasing the recording on Bandcamp, which they did. However, dunk! is […]

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L7 celebrated world premiere of new documentary with a NYC secret show

Posted by on November 15, 2016

Grungy alt-metal rockers L7 played a secret show at Jesse Malin’s club Berlin in NYC’s East Village late Friday night to celebrate the world premiere of their new documentary L7: Pretend We’re Dead at documentary film festival DOCNYC, attended by the band, Joan Jett, members of the Lunachicks and film team. Rocking a short set for a […]

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Fan falls from upper level at Tool show

Posted by on February 4, 2016

On Sunday, January 31st, Tool wrapped up several weeks of dates with a sold-out show at New Orleans’ ridiculously-named Smoothie King Arena. Allegedly, the show didn’t end without incident, however, as a concertgoer either fell or jumped from the upper level of the concert landing on people below him. The Advocate reports that journalist Wesley Hodges, […]

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Brian Johnson jams AC/DC with Billy Joel

Posted by on March 22, 2014

Last night, Billy Joel, who’s playing Madison Square Garden once a month until he feels like stopping, had a pretty special guest come up and jam with him. AC/DC’s Brian Johnson joined Joel and his band for a rendition of “You Shook Me All Night Long.” As strange as that sounds (actually, it sounds like […]

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