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.
It’s always a party when Buckcherry come into town, but when they're joined by Fozzy, it's double the fun!
The bill of Mastodon, Gojira and Kvelertak is undoubtedly one of the most exciting tour packages to be put together this year. All three bands complement each other in unique ways while sharing a large, intertwining fan base. The three modern metal leaders teamed up to invade New York City last night (May 15) and the energy within the city's Terminal 5 venue was buzzing with elation throughout.
With no opener needed, the Southern gentleman of Sevendust rocked New York City’s Highline Ballroom with an emotional and very moving acoustic performance. The band is touring in promotion of their new acoustic record ‘Time Travelers & Bonfires,’ as well as their latest studio album, ‘Black Out the Sun.’
Rocking for a cause is something Seether know a lot about. Their Rise Above Fest was born in 2012 and made its triumphant return to New England again this year on May 10 at the Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor, Maine. The festival, the brainchild of Seether frontman Shaun Morgan, aims to raise funding and more importantly, awareness about suicide-- something that Morgan has a deeply personal connection with after the loss of his brother Eugene in 2007.