The third annual HardDrive Live Monster Energy Outbreak Tour kicked off in Los Angeles on Saturday night (Sept. 28), blasting eardrums with an epic hard rock party at Club Nokia.
In its fifth year, the Epicenter festival turned its attention to old-school punk stalwarts and up-and-coming scenesters. With veterans like the Offspring, Bad Religion and Pennywise joined by A Day to Remember, Pierce the Veil, All Time Low and Falling in Reverse, the day offered good times and rapid-fire rock.
Sick Puppies fans can begin circling the middle of July on their calendars as not only will the band's 'Connect' album finally arrive in stores on July 16, but the group also just shot a live performance for Walmart customers. The trio was in Los Angeles' Tuesday night (July 2) to film a set for that will turn up on the Walmart Soundcheck Risers website July 15, a day ahead of the 'Connect' album's release.
It was a big day for Falling in Reverse, as they celebrated the release of their new album, 'Fashionably Late,' with a special afternoon performance Tuesday (June 18) at the Roxy in West Hollywood, Calif. The band recently canceled their appearances on the Vans Warped Tour as singer Ronnie Radke and his fiancee celebrate the birth of their first child, so this show provided the only opportunity to see the band perform their new songs live for a while.