With the British weather inching us into Summer, we kick-start festival season with the highly-acclaimed Camden Rocks Festival, headlined by big names such as Feeder, Pulled Apart By Horses and Royal Republic (to name just a few). They’ll be roaring through the ever-changing, eclectic and vibrant streets of Camden
Photos and Article by: Adrienne Row - Smith Ottawa, Ontario -- Ottawa’s most visually stimulating venue, House of Targ, hosted the second to last date of Red Handed Denial and Vaerisa’s Canadian east coast tour. The two bands were supported by opening acts Fragile Figures and Sovereign Council. Up first for the
Article by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar Photos by: Glenn Woodell and Wendy Podmenik Darugar The line went down past the venue and wrapped around the block, coiled in anticipation for the comeback of Good Charlotte, returning after a six year hiatus. Ages ranging from young 20's to folks in their 40's, the old
Article and Photos by: Bob Linneman It was a beautiful day for the annual MMR*B*Q Music Festival in Camden, NJ, held by local Philadelphia radio station WMMR. The marathon of music lasted over 11 hours and included; Stolen Rhodes, Rival Sons, Dinosaur Pile Up, Zakk Sabbath, The Struts, The Pretty Reckless,
Article and Photos by: Steven Principato Just another typical night at Brooklyn’s own sanctuary for all that is deemed unholy, the depraved denizens of Saint Vitus were once again treated to a spectacular yet eclectic triple-threat performance that easily rivaled the massive rock star guitar god performing just across the river,
Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson Indianapolis, IN - On May 12, the Old National Centre rocked out to headliner Breaking Benjamin and openers Mangrenade and Red. The bands performed on the spacious 55-ft wide stage in the venue’s elaborate Egyptian Room to a sold-out crowd. Mangrenade started the evening. After a nearly
Article and Photos by: Ian Urquhart Burlington, VT - The Higher Ground Showcase Lounge hosted its first rock show in months on May 13th, 2017. Fans gathered outside in the rain for over an hour to participate in the throw-down brought along by the three rock artists providing the evening entertainment.
Photos and Article by: Adrienne Row Smith Ottawa – Ontario, on a rainy Friday night Ottawa natives The Kindred made a pit stop during their Canadian tour to pay homage to their hometown. The band had Pantomime, The Dead Centuries and Halfsleeper help make a memorable evening. Openers Pantomime of Petawawa, who