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Trampled by Turtles // Live @ The Ryman Auditorium // 5.18.18

Article and Photos by: Nick Durcholz   Nashville, TN – These Minnesota boys, beautified in the contemporary world of bluegrass, got a chance to scream their searing sermon in the mother church Friday saving many-a-soul. Hiss Golden Messenger opened filling the sacred sonic space with gorgeous lyrics and a chill, nostalgic tone. A perfect

Anthrax // Live @ Brooklyn Bowl // 5.12.18

Article and Photos by: Abigail Buckler   Las Vegas, NV - As one of the big four of thrash metal, Anthrax always draws a big crowd, the undying love of their fanbase undeniable. It's been a while since they've played Las Vegas, especially as a headliner, so there is an understandable excitement in the

Marian Hill // Live @ The Royale // 5.12.18

Article and Photos by: Andrew Kopanski   Boston, MA – Marian Hill’s latest album Unusual was just released yesterday but there’s nothing out of the ordinary about another high quality release from the band. Marian Hill is Samantha Gongol, Jeremy Lloyd, and Steve Davit – a group that met back in high

Amos The Transparent // Live @ The 27 Club // 5.12.18

Article and Photos by: Adrienne Row - Smith   Ottawa, Ontario – Amos the Transparent celebrated the release of their newest album, Anniversaries, and 10 years together as a band with a sold-out show at the 27 Club. The band was accompanied by Rum Fit Mosey, and The Love Machine. Up first for the evening

Ghost // Live @ The Taft Theatre // 5.11.18

Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson   Cincinnati, OH – It was early in Ghost’s 2018 Rats! On The Road Tour, which started on May 5, and the Taft Theatre was quickly sold-out to experience the theatrics of this Swedish heavy/doom metal band. The concert was a two-act show with a 15-minute intermission,

Parkway Drive // Live @ The Mercury Ballroom // 5.10.18

Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright   Louisville, KY -- The very large guy standing next to me wearing a black Parkway Drive tour t-shirt looked at me and said,"Hold on!" He didn't mean "stop," he literally meant "hold on," to something, anything that would brace me against the impending onslaught.

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