Georgia rockers Baroness have just added a bunch of new dates to their upcoming North American tour. Along with the new shows, Baroness have offered a short video introducing the band's new drummer and bassist, while chronicling where the band currently finds itself nine months after a terrifying 2012 bus crash nearly killed the band's members.
It's infinitely soul-nourishing to witness a live performance unlike anything you've ever experienced. Iconic acts such as Iron Maiden deliver an elaborate set design with moving pieces, flames and a giant animatronic Eddie mascot, GWAR shoot blood and guts into the crowd while maiming various public figures, and basically everything brought onstage for Slipknot's stage setup could kill someone at any time. These bands are legendary for their live shows, and Swedish metal act Ghost (aka Ghost B.C.) are well on their way to ascending to those same heights.
This summer promises to be a scorcher regardless of the weather and that's because the 2013 Rock Allegiance Tour will be providing an incendiary rock show for fans across the country. The trek, sponsored by Monster Energy, features a U.N. of hard rock, with Volbeat, HIM, All That Remains and Airbourne making up the bill. Now, the first round of dates for the tour has been announced.
New Jersey outfit Senses Fail rocked their tri-state neighbors in New York City last night (May 9) at Highline Ballroom with help from Such Gold, Real Friends and Major League.
The Ramones may have dissolved in 1996, but new generations are constantly being introduced to the music of the punk rock architects. There are millions of Ramones fans worldwide who were too young to check out the band while they were still active, but drummer Marky Ramone and his 'Blitzkrieg' act are giving fans a taste of what a live Ramones show was like back in the day.
Metallica's second Orion Music + More Festival is creeping up on us as summer draws near. To get fans pumped for the diverse fest, Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett has revealed a mass of details about the 'Kirk's Crypt' exhibit, which will include meet + greets, Hammett's massive collection of vintage horror film posters and more.