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Slayer, Lamb of God and Anthrax lead a heavy lineup of metal at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut

Testament, Behemoth, Anthrax, Lamb of God, and F*ckin’ Slayer. I can’t believe a line up this insane is even legal. In my constant running from photo pit to my nosebleed seats, I was dodging puddles of blood on the floor and the halls of Mohegan Sun’s arena were echoing with metal heads chanting and hollering for their favorite band, SLAYERRR! Continue Reading

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Glam rock band The Struts sell out four nights at LA’s Roxy Theater (with Grace Mitchell)

English glam rock band, The Struts, performed at The Roxy Theater in Los Angeles, California. All four nights at the famous venue on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip were sold-out. Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

Tyler, Vince, Anderson and more: The five best things we saw at Sasquatch Festival

Sasquatch! Music Festival came and went in the blink of an eye. With a three-day schedule packed full of activities and non-stop music, a lot of memories were made. There were a few that stuck out more than others. Moments that won’t soon be forgotten. Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

Riverfest returns for a 41st year in Little Rock, featuring Highly Suspect, Margo Price, Young Thug and more

Last year, everyone was under the impression that RiverFest was going to be a thing of the past. Luckily, a new team saw the potential to turn it around and bring it back better than ever! The 41st annual RiverFest in Little Rock, Arkansas marked its return with a diverse lineup. Highly Suspect, The Lacs, and Young Thug were amongst the performers of the weekend. Continue Reading

4 weeks ago

Taylor Swift draws a crowd of nearly 60,000 fans at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field in support of “Reputation” (with Charli XCX)

Any move Taylor Swift makes is made in to a story. These stories, true or not, change people’s perspectives of her. That is exactly what inspired her album, Reputation. 56,000 people gathered at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, WA to see Taylor Swift perform and she blew every expectation out of the water. Continue Reading

4 weeks ago

Kendrick Lamar, The Killers, Halsey, The Chainsmokers and more light up the Alabama coast at Hangout Festival

Tens of thousands of music lovers spent the weekend at Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama. It was more than your average music festival, there were many things to do such as lay out at the beach, go for a swim, roller-skate, do yoga in the sand, enjoy great food, view the ocean from the ferris wheel, and much more. Over 100 concerts on eight stages throughout the weekend and there wasn’t a single act that you would want to miss out on. Continue Reading

1 month ago

Ghost B.C., fronted by new leader Cardinal Copia, perform for diehard fans at Washington D.C.’s Warner Theatre

Ghost B.C. came to Washington, D.C.’s Warner Theatre on May 20 and performed for a sold out crowd, who were excited to see the band’s new front man Cardinal Copia, performed by Tobias Forge. Continue Reading

1 month ago

Northern Invasion Day Two sees energy-filled sets from Andrew WK, The Used, I See Stars, Hawthorne Heights and more

After a cold, yet incredible start to Northern Invasion on day one, I was excited to walk into the festival grounds under a clear skies and a warm sun. Even with the first day stacked with bands I wanted to see, the lineup for day two was just as good, and as the crowd tricked into Somerset Amphitheater, I could feel the energy and eagerness rising. Continue Reading

1 month ago

Underoath hits St. Louis with a vengeance for a heavy show at Pops (with Dance Gavin Dance and Veil of Maya)

I never thought I would see Underoath tour again with all original members but alas – they’re back! Along with a guitar thrashing and head banging performance. The No Fix Tour hits St. Louis with a vengeance. Continue Reading

1 month ago

Shakey Graves brings thumping kick drums and passionate vocals to D.C.’s 9:30 Club

Shakey Graves has come a long way from a one-man band with a suitcase kick drum and a guitar on the railroad revival tour with the likes of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and Mumford and Sons. Continue Reading

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