Coheed and Cambria added a second Boston date to their 2016 tour — and we’re giving away a pair of tickets!
“With swirling dreadlocks, steampunk mic stands, and industrial canister spotlights, Korn’s staging evoked 1994 without becoming nostalgic.”
After a small warm up set of songs from throughout their career, Scottish brothers Jim and William Reid dig straight into their debut record from thirty years ago.
Ghost celebrate a black mass with throngs of unswerving disciples.
Celebrating the 20 year anniversary of “And Out Come the Wolves,” Rancid played the album nearly in its entirety at the House of Blues in Boston on Tuesday, Sept. 15. Photos © 2015 by Scott Murry.
Swedish metal band Ghost almost show us what’s beneath their masks: social phobias, booze gargling, and a lot of love for KISS.
Keep this bookmarked through the school year, and, in the words of the patron saint of getting wild, Andrew W.K.: “Party till you puke.”
Matt Vasquez of Delta Spirit chats about Fenway, Into the Wide, and what to expect on this tour.
Fat Mike and Erin Burkett wax nostalgic on their punk rock empire, Fat Wreck Chords. With the battles of today’s music industry, sage advice is dispatched to budding bands.
As the long days of summer burn hot through the mid-season months, it’s important to get the right lineup of live music on one’s agenda in order to squeeze all the fun-juice out of summer’s bountiful fruit.