Article and Photos by: Steven Principato New York City, NY -- On a typically congested Friday night, directly in the nexus of all which that is NYC tourism, a rock and roll legend prepared to take the stage at Playstation theater. Long established and revered for his epic and often turbulent
Article and Photos by: Steven Principato NYC -- In a darkened room commonly reserved for dance parties frequented by hipsters and NYU alumni, a rather different brand of artistry ruled this venue tonight. Under a common flag of unique, sophisticated, and even exotic brand of heavy metal not commonly occurring in today’s climate
Article and Featured Image by: Steven Principato NYC - As the popular and progressive Pope Francis wrapped up his inaugural visit to New York City, an ominous blood moon ascended upon the gotham night, ushering in an ideal setting for the arrival of his un-holiness, Pope Emeritus III and his clergy of nameless
Article by: Steven Principato We have nothing to be vengeful for, except vengeance itself. Historically, heavy metal has become a genre notorious for rigidity and fierce traditions. Defiantly unwavering from its draconian traditions of dark brutality and the glorification of all that is evil, one might agree that all is awesome
Article and Photos by: Steven Principato It was an energetic show Thursday night at Irving Plaza, as two Nashville natives took the stage to an enthusiastic crowd at the NYC venue (and on a schoolnight!). Firekid, an electro-bluegrass duo fronted by singer/songwriter, Dillon Hodges, effortlessly got the fast growing audience of
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