Article and photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar NORFOLK, VA: Sevendust and a slew of metal/ rock bands held another sold out show at the NorVA, which made for an intense evening of music that hit the spot for attendees suffering from the winter blahs. Originally slated to co-headline with Clutch in
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY -- Liz Cooper and her band, The Stampede, exude confidence and seasoning despite this being their first headlining tour. Based in the hyper-competitive musical environment of Nashville they're hitting clubs across the country through July in support of a first full length
Article and photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar NORFOLK, VA: Hampton Roads' local favorites Seven Ten Oil made an emotional return to the stage after a hiatus of several months, and this return was their debut at Boathouse Live, opening for Puddle of Mudd. The audience was full of supporters welcoming vocalist/
Article and Photos by: Steven Principato Teaneck, NJ - Returning once again to North Jersey - the place where it all started, Doyle took the stage before a familiar and devoutly loyal crowd as one might expect. As one of the hardest working musicians in the industry, Doyle (von Frankenstein) along with
Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson Indianapolis, IN – You can’t get much more intensely metal than Cannibal Corpse’s current tour, now winding down, with Hate Eternal and Harm’s Way. The combined darkness and raw power of these bands make for an evening of collective release. Chicago’s industrial hardcore Harm’s Way was
Article and Photos by: Andrea Chvatal Atlanta, GA — Rounding out the Thanksgiving weekend, With Confidence and friends rocked The Masquerade during their American cross-country line up for the Love and Loathing in Paradise Tour. To open the evening, we had the up and coming indie pop-rock band from Myrtle Beach, Small Talks.
Article and Photos by: Steven Principato Clifton, NJ -- The Guitar Collective tour, featuring a small collection of metal’s most recognized super guitarists including Nita Strauss and Angel Vivaldi, has obliterated yet another packed house. First to unleash a fierce barrage of bottomless guitar solos was “Hurricane” Nita Strauss. Well-known for her time