The common phrase of the night from fans after seeing Nothing more rip apart the Studio at Webster Hall was “holy s--t!'
Swedish black metal band Watain are one of the most intense and entrancing bands you can see live. They shared their ritualistic concert experience with an intimate crowd in Brooklyn, their only appearance in the states for 2014.
Check out our review and gallery of Devildriver's recent show with Whitechapel and more at Studio 48 in New York City.
New Orleans sludge metal band Eyehategod rocked the intimate venue Europa in Brooklyn recently. Support for the night included forceful sets by Ringworm, Enabler and Sh-tkill.
Hellyeah have upped the energy and heaviness on their 'Blood for Blood' album, but is it worth your time? Read our review here.
A number of metal greats, including members of Machine Head, Testament and Adrenaline Mob, saluted late guitar great Randy Rhoads during a tribute show.
Amity Affliction take listeners on an emotional and powerful journey with their latest album, 'Let the Ocean Take Me.' Check out our review here.
On the 20th anniversary of their classic album 'Superunknown,' Soundgarden rocked the full album at a club show in NYC.
With a successful run with Periphery last year, it was evident that Twelve Foot Ninja impressed New York fans. When it came time for their headlining run, fans showed up energized at the Studio at Webster Hall to see them take the stage.
With a longer set, greater theatrics and tactics to touch all five senses, Ghost descended upon the Big Apple for the first time in 2014.