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  • Concerts and shows to check out July 4th weekend in Portland 2017

    Concerts and shows to check out July 4th weekend in Portland 2017

    You've got a cookout planned, a great spot for fireworks, and you're relaxing in the summer heat. What's left? Live music. Few things are more fun than a concert, especially to celebrate a holiday in the middle of summer, when the concert season is at its peak. And Portland has a lot of concerts for...
  • Concerts and shows to check out July 4th weekend in Pittsburgh 2017

    Concerts and shows to check out July 4th weekend in Pittsburgh 2017

    You've got a cookout planned, a great spot for fireworks, and you're relaxing in the summer heat. What's left? Live music. Few things are more fun than a concert, especially to celebrate a holiday in the middle of summer, when the concert season is at its peak. And Pittsburgh has a lot of concerts...
  • Paul McCartney may finally be returning to Australia for first time since 1993

    Paul McCartney may finally be returning to Australia for first time since 1993

    The big wish of Australia's Paul McCartney fans for years that he tour again in the Land Down Under, where he hasn't played since 1993, might finally be coming true. The Melbourne Herald Sun reported June 12 that McCartney is in negotiations for dates in November and December. McCartney...
  • Concerts and shows to check out July 4th weekend in San Diego 2017

    Concerts and shows to check out July 4th weekend in San Diego 2017

    You've got a cookout planned, a great spot for fireworks, and you're relaxing in the summer heat. What's left? Live music. Few things are more fun than a concert, especially to celebrate a holiday in the middle of summer, when the concert season is at its peak. And San Diego has a lot of concerts...
  • Dope & (hed)p.e. announce The Monster High Tour

    Dope & (hed)p.e. announce The Monster High Tour

    Both Dope and (hed)p.e. spent the past few months touring North America, but not with each other. The two bands haven't hit the road together in a few years, which got them talking. Another band that was brought up in the conversation was New Jersey outfit Ill Nino, who recently finishing touring...
  • Orphaned Land and Pain announce North American tour

    Orphaned Land and Pain announce North American tour

    It's been seven years since Israeli metal outfit Orphaned Land toured North America. The outfit have made their way to Florida for the yearly 70000 Tons of Metal cruise on three separate occasions, but those unlucky to grab tickets were stuck watching YouTube clips of their performances. After...
  • The Number Twelve Looks Like You announce additional European shows

    The Number Twelve Looks Like You announce additional European shows

    New Jersey mathcore outfit The Number Twelve Looks Like You already have their summer plan with a trek through Europe supporting The Dillinger Escape Plan and a performance at the ArcTanGent festival. That wasn't enough for the outfit, who reunited last May after a six year hiatus. They wanted to...
  • VNV Nation announce North American club tour with iVardensphere

    VNV Nation announce North American club tour with iVardensphere

    Last fall, electronic outfit VNV Nation packed big venues for the North American portion of their Compendium trek. While fans appreciated the performances, a lot of them wanted the outfit to return to smaller rooms for their next tour. Thankfully, the band listened closely and decided to give them...
  • 5 must-see artists at the 2017 Northside Festival

    5 must-see artists at the 2017 Northside Festival

    With its vast alumni featuring Sleigh Bells, Chance the Rapper and Run the Jewels, the Northside Festival has been the place to see some of the biggest names in music interspersed with some rising acts in the area. This year's installment takes place this week (Wednesday, June 7 through Sunday, June...
  • Big Thief add Brooklyn dates to US tour

    Big Thief add Brooklyn dates to US tour

    So far this week, indie rockers Big Thief have released a new single with “Mary,” and have added a few more shows to their already busy summer tour. The group was already planning to celebrate the release of their upcoming Capacity album on June 9 with a hometown show at Rough Trade. They’ve now...
  • The best NYC concerts for June 2017

    The best NYC concerts for June 2017

    It's the moment New Yorkers have been waiting for since the freezing winter months. We've finally reached the month of June, and there's set to be a plethora of good times in store for the next few weeks. Some of the awesome memories might come from the amount of great shows heading to the Big Apple...
  • The best New Jersey concerts for June 2017

    The best New Jersey concerts for June 2017

    The month of June is finally here, and the amount of trips to the glorious Jersey Shore will certainly increase. If you're not in the mood for getting a copious amount of sand in your shoes, there are plenty of shows in the Garden State that will still bring the heat. Two hip hop giants rock the...
  • Paradise Lost announce European trek with Pallbearer and Sinistro

    Paradise Lost announce European trek with Pallbearer and Sinistro

    Back in March, English gothic rock group Paradise Lost started working on the follow-up to their 2015 release The Plague Within, which is their last album to feature drummer Adrian Erlandsson, who departed from the outfit last year. For this release, the band reunited with producer Jaime Gomez...
  • Jason Richardson (ex-Chelsea Grin) announce headlining tour

    Jason Richardson (ex-Chelsea Grin) announce headlining tour

    While he's only 25, Jason Richardson has seen the world numerous times as the former guitarist for deathcore outfits Born of Osiris, Chelsea Grin, and All Shall Perish. After four years with Chelsea Grin, Richardson departed from the group in 2015 to focus more on his solo career, which started with...
  • Mumford & Sons make triumphant return to Pittsburgh

    Mumford & Sons make triumphant return to Pittsburgh

    Four years have passed since Mumford & Sons last graced the Burgettstown Stage--now KeyBank Pavilion--and they've been missed. With the summer concert season in its infancy, the band kicked things off on a cold, rainy evening. "Let's have a dance in the rain, shall we?" frontman Marcus Mumford...
  • Terror Universal announce July tour with Kill The Precedent and Incite

    Terror Universal announce July tour with Kill The Precedent and Incite

    In late 2014, Ill Nino drummer Dave Chavarri and former Machine Head guitarist Ahrue Luster joined forces to create the horror metal outfit Terror Universal. After touring with Ill Nino, the band released their debut EP Reign Of Terror via 3Wise Records. The six track release, which includes a cover...
  • Today Is The Day announce dates for 'Temple Of The Morning Star' 20th anniversary tour

    Today Is The Day announce dates for 'Temple Of The Morning Star' 20th anniversary tour

    On September 23, 1997, Nashville noise rock outfit Today Is The Day released their fourth studio album Temple of the Morning Star, which was recently added to Decibel Magazine's Hall of Fame list. To celebrate the 20 year anniversary, The End Records released a remastered version of the album on CD...
  • The By Gods announce summer tour with Sad Baxter

    The By Gods announce summer tour with Sad Baxter

    Hailing from Nashville, rock trio The By Gods have been rising the ranks as one of the area's top bands with praise from publications such as Consequence of Sound and Impose Magazine. Last year, the outfit released their sophomore studio album Get On Feelings and follow up EP Phone Calls. Even with...
  • Norma Jean announce Canadian shows

    Norma Jean announce Canadian shows

    Georgia metalcore band Norma Jean has spent a good portion of 2017 tour in support of their latest studio album Polar Similar. While their recent trek with Periphery featured a couple of dates in Canada, some of the smaller cities in the area weren't pleased with the lack of love. With their...
  • Tom Shackleford

    Photos: St. Lucia surprise hometown Brooklyn fans with intimate acoustic concert

    St. Lucia are no longer touring as part of their album cycle for their sophomore LP in 2016’s Matter. That didn’t stop them from playing a nine-song acoustic set for their hometown fans on Sunday night. The five-piece group squeezed onto the small stage at Freehold, an indoor/outdoor gastropub...
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