Behemoth. The word signifies massive size, power, and utter disdain for anything in its way. Some bands have a way of selecting the perfect band, and Nergal hit the bullseye here. Part black metal, part death metal, part whatever metal-based pigeonhole of your choice, the band is all business when on stage. Dressed in […]
The first thing I saw upon entering the main room of House of Blues last night was two guys wearing full chain mail armor. Slightly later, I spied someone with a drinking horn fastened to his belt. Yes, Viking metal has arrived in town. For those not in the know, Tumba-based Amon Amarth is […]
The last (original) Stooge standing, Iggy’s back at it. Has he ever stopped? Nothing seems to be able to slow down this force of nature, not his outrageous actions on or off stage, his previously enormous appetite for drugs that would fell a small bison, or just general old age. Hell, he’s been eligible […]
Jose Gonzalez’s music still sounds removed from space and time.
The passion and fury that catapulted The Who to controversy and stardom still burned fiercely within Daltrey and Townshend as the band celebrated 50 years at TD Garden.
The Best Show, a radio show on WMFU, brought creators Tom Scharpling and Jon Wurster to The Sinclair for a solid night of comedy.
The leader of Tool took over Boston with his side project Puscifer, bringing The Orpheum to life like it’s no big deal. Now, about that wrestling ring.
The 20 Years Queer tour hits town, with a look back at Garbage’s debut record and associated B sides.
“With swirling dreadlocks, steampunk mic stands, and industrial canister spotlights, Korn’s staging evoked 1994 without becoming nostalgic.”
Low’s show at Brighton Music Hall offered a return to the club feel that marked the band’s ’90s debut.