CRADLE OF FILTH returned to San Francisco last Tuesday for the closing night of their Lustmord and Tourgasm United States tour, featuring an epic full performance of the British band’s classic 1998 concept album Cruelty and the Beast for the… Read More ›
KAT VON D alongside Prayers takes the August Hall by storm. As soon as the lights came on, the band members entered the stage one by one, (Mr. Pharmacist, Sammi Doll, Dave Parley and The Contortionist), each held roses… Read More ›
THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER kicked off their long-awaited North American headlining tour in this September! The Up From The Sewer Tour 2021 began September 3rd in Chicago and will run through October 10th in New York City.
MEGADETH and LAMB OF GOD cannot be stopped and the rescheduled run of the Metal Tour of the Year hit Concord, California just this last Thursday. Joining them, were special guests TRIVIUM and HATEBREED, heralding the long-awaited return to the… Read More ›
San Francisco’s blackened/traditional metallers NITE – formed by current and former members of Satan’s Wrath, Dawnbringer, High Spirits, and more recently stormed the stage at Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco with Creator Destructor Records label mates Realm Of Vision.
Concert Photo Review: DRAGONFORCE with UNLEASH THE ARCHERS And VISIONS OF ATLANTIS @ Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, California
Tonight I had the pleasure to attend the Dragonforce show at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco. To my surprise, the music venue was full almost to the point of looking like a near sold out show, which was surprising… Read More ›
Concert Photo Review: WHITEWOLF, AVOID, MOTIVES, ANEVER @ Homestead Bowl & The X Bar – Cupertino, California
Last Saturday night, I made a quick stop at the Cupertino’s Homestead Bowl & The X Bar to catch some of the talent playing that night.
GRAMMY® Award-nominated and platinum Sevendust co-founder, vocalist, and guitarist Clint Lowery released his solo debut, God Bless The Renegades, through Rise Records on January 31, 2020.
I arrived at Slim’s around 7:20pm, expecting a huge line by the door. There was no one there except for the security crew. Once inside, I saw about 50 people waiting for the show to start.
Unfortunately due to heavy traffic going towards San Francisco and commitments earlier that day I arrived after doors had opened at the Regency ballroom in San Francisco. However I was lucky enough to get there in time to catch American… Read More ›