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Bayside // Live @ Emo’s // 4.19.17

 Article and Photos by: Megan Choi  Austin, TX -- Earlier in January of this year, Bayside announced that they would be touring together with Say Anything. Support would be from Reggie and The Full Effect, and each band would get to play more than just a handful amount of songs for their

Elephant Revival // Live @ Headliners // 4.14.17

Review and Photos by: Michael W. Bright   Louisville, KY -- This show was a performance for those dedicated to stringed acoustic performances at the highest, most virtuous level. The folks who came to Headliners on this evening were passionate fans of Elephant Revival, an entity whose eclectic mix, both recorded and

Testament // Live @ Starland Ballroom // 4.20.17

Articles and Photography by Steven Principato   Sayerville, NJ - In the continuing struggle of keeping the eternal flame of classic metal burning brightly, a triple edged assault comprised of legendary acts Prong, Sepultura, and Testament arrived at NJ’s most popular rock venue, vowing to uphold their 30 plus year obligation of hearing

Festival Preview: Chicago Open Air // July 14-16, 2017

Calling heavy metal fans!  Bridgeview IL will be hosting Chicago Open Air July 14-16.  The three-day festival headlines Kiss on Friday, Korn on Saturday, and Ozzy Osbourne will close the festival on Sunday.  Need more?  How about Godsmack, Rob Zombie, Seether, Slayer, Stone Sour, Lamb of god, Hellyeah and so much more.  Come to Toyota Park, southwest of Chicago, for three days of metal celebration. For details, ticket sales

The Decemberists // Live @ The Fillmore // 4.14.17

Article and Photos by: Bob Linneman   Philadelphia, PA -- Julien Baker opened the evening at The Fillmore with a very hypnotic performance using just a single Fender and looping pedal board. In a very minimalist performance Julien’s vocals quickly quieted the sold-out crowd as the they hung on every note. The Decemberists

Gnash // Live @ Emo’s // 4.7.17

Article and Photos by: Joshua Guerra American singer/songwriter Gnash brought his Sleepover Tour to Emo's in Austin, Texas, and brought along a heaping number of opening acts, which included Triangle Park, MYBOYJON, BLANKTS, Tulpa, Wrenn, Imad Royal, Max, and Sweater Beats. With very many openers each artist had about 10-15 minutes to

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