There are many bands who continually pay respect to their hometown, but you'd be hard pressed to find a group as dedicated to their city of origin as Thirty Seconds to Mars. The rock trio took over Los Angeles' historic Hollywood Bowl on Saturday (Oct. 12) and in the process signified just how far they've come since playing in a sweaty garage in the "city of angels" all those years ago.
Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare is now open, and for fans of bloodcurdling horror, it is like a dream come true. Loudwire was on hand at the Fairplex (dubbed the “Fearplex” for this event) in Pomona, Calif. for the opening night of Zombie’s latest venture, which is bound to succeed on frightening levels.
Offering up one of the most anticipated tours of the fall, Avenged Sevenfold rolled into the TD Garden in Boston last night (Oct. 9) – six-string's blazing. Only adding to the tour’s mass appeal were the addition of opening acts Deftones and Ghost B.C., making for a triple bill of royal proportions.
With a brand new album out this week and a song that's climbing the rock radio charts, alt-rockers Cage the Elephant played an intimate show to an energetic and excited crowd in New York City last night (Oct. 9). On the heels of the release of 'Melophobia,' the band's third studio album, SiriusXM created an invitation-only concert at The Studio at Webster Hall, a venue in New York City's East Village that holds around 300 people.
The pairing of Marky Ramone and Andrew W.K. may seem odd at first glance, but the duo teaming up to perform Ramones classics makes perfect sense. The Ramones make you wanna dance and Andrew W.K. makes you wanna party -- combine the two, and you've concocted a formula to create an unforgettable live experience.