There’s no place like home and that was certainly the case for New York band Emmure, who wrapped up their Eternal Enemies tour to a packed house at Gramercy Theater.
With their eleventh studio album ‘Pale Communion’ under their belt, Opeth recently toured in promotion of the new disc. Support included incredible performances by In Flames and Red Fang.
It’s no secret the holiday season is filled with mundane, monotonous tunes. Thankfully, rock saves the day as this list of heavy hitters puts their own spin on these traditional songs. Acts like Guns N’ Roses and Motorhead's Lemmy Kilmister are just a couple of the rockers that raise our holiday spirits with screeching screams and heavy riffs
Michigan rockers Pop Evil turned up the heat in New York City with their recent headlining show at Gramercy Theater.
HIM treated their fans in New York City to one hell of a show at New York City's Webster Hall. Support included Motionless In White and Wounds.
Slipknot’s “Prepare for Hell” was easily one of the best of the year. The trek was a metal fan's dream, especially when support came from heavy hitters Korn and King 810.
It was bittersweet to see GWAR perform onstage at New York City's Irving Plaza on Nov 30.
California rock act Black Veil Brides got some love from their East Coast fans as they played a packed house at Best Buy Theater in New York City.
Australian act Twelve Foot Ninja took hold of New York City with a striking performance at the Studio at Webster Hall. Support was provided by Starset and the young metal heads in S--tKill.