There’s a certain charm to a venue as versatile as Heaven, which is an LGBT nightclub that doubles as a concert hall. Its stage has hosted some of the most revered artists of all time, and on Wednesday, October 13, it was Black Honey‘s turn to grab a piece of the action for their sold out headline show.
The Pure Noise Tour stopped in Indianapolis last night as part of its 25-date trip across North America.
Sam Fischer is an Australian singer-songwriter who has worked with some global pop superstars, including Ciara, Lennon Stella, Louis Tomlinson, Elle King, Jessie J, Virginia To Vegas, and many more. On Tuesday, October 5, he headed to London for his first headlining show in the city, which turned out to be a dream come true for him and his audience alike.
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are a British punk rock four-piece from Hemel Hampstead, Hertfordshire. Known for their energetic live shows and staggering stage presence, the group will release their fourth studio album, Sticky, on October 15.
The new, highly anticipated single by Italian rock band Måneskin was released yesterday and is already in the top 30 trending on YouTube.
Flawes are three lads originally from Huddersfield but now based in London, belting out alternative pop songs at every opportunity. Freddie Edwards, Josh Carruthers, and Josh Hussey were happy to bring us a special night at Omeara with special guests too.
Bull are four Yorkshiremen whose sound mixes their alt-rock influences along with vocalist Tom Beers’s down-to-earth songwriting and a particularly wry sense of humour. On Wednesday, September 29, they headed down south to London for an energetic show at The Lexington, which was undoubtedly a night to remember.
Jagwar Twin’s music speaks to the heart rather than the mind—it communicates with your intuition and subconscious before you have even processed what’s going on.
A Monday night may not be the go-to night out for many. But, when The Reytons played on a dreary Monday night at Camden’s Underworld, they proved that you can bring the energy of the weekend to anywhere, anytime if you want. These newly crowned kings of indie came to the capital for their first London show and brought the […]
Megadeth, Lamb of God, Trivium, and Hatebreed live at the Arkansas Music Pavilion in Rogers on September 23, 2021.
The Tinley Park, IL pop-punk band Real Friends has returned after the departure of vocalist Dan Lambton. With Cody Muraro joining them as a vocalist, their latest EP, Torn In Two, was released via Pure Noise Records on September 17.
Mason Hill are a band on the up, and on September 24, they were preparing to play a much anticipated London show at The Underworld Camden. Fans poured into the venue in a steady stream, grabbing their drinks and heading to the main room, which was buzzing with excitement.
Korn live at Germania Insurance Amphitheater, Austin on September 18, 2021.
Lifeforms is Angels & Airwaves‘ sixth studio album, and to say it has been long-awaited is an understatement; you may be forgiven for thinking it might never have happened.
New Found Glory, Hot Mulligan, and LØLØ live at The UC Theater, Berkeley on September 11, 2021.
It was a mixed bag of people filling up the main space of Camden’s Roundhouse when goth-rockers The Sisters of Mercy played their first show of a three-date residency on Friday, September 10.