I Prevail & Halestorm rock Michigan like a hurricane

Clarkston, Michigan went absolutely wild on July 13th. Four bands collided for the ultimate rock show — the likes the city has never seen. Fit For a King started off the night strong, with Ryan Kirby not holding back on anything. He immediately started screaming in everyone’s face. Bassist Ryan “Tuck” O’Leary also kept up […]

blink-182 performs ‘One More Time’ at San Diego’s Petco Park

Blink-182’s sold-out homecoming concert at Petco Park on Sunday, June 30th was a wild ride for 40,000 fans. The night was packed with nostalgia, with original members blending their signature humor, raunchiness, and a surprising amount of heartfelt moments as part of their One More Time Tour. It was excellent to see the San Diego […]

Reliving teen angst with Say Anything in St. Louis

Say Anything, one of the early 2000s pop punk bands that had my pre-teen years in a vice grip, recently toured in celebration of the 20-year anniversary of their second studio album …Is A Real Boy. As has been the trend with many emo and indie bands with albums reaching decade-long milestones, the band played […]

Asking Alexandria & friends shake up Seattle’s Showbox SoDo

Seattle’s music scene was ablaze on Sunday, May 12th, as the iconic rock band Asking Alexandria took centerstage at the Showbox SoDo in Seattle as part of their All My Friends North American Tour. It was a showcase of talent from start to finish, featuring opening acts NERV, The Word Alive, and Memphis May Fire, […]

Bad Religion & Social Distortion disrupt Vegas

Under beautiful desert skies, illuminated by neon lights and enormous LED screens, the promise of pleasure and joy are bet on 24-hours per day and, for a lucky few, those bets pay off. For those fans who bet on tickets to the sold-out Bad Religion and Social Distortion show at the Virgin Hotel and Casino […]

Billy Morrison releases ‘The Morrison Project’ with all-star collabs

Well-known British guitarist Billy Morrison has just released his new album titled The Morrison Project on April 19th through TLG/Virgin Music Group. Morrison’s main recognition comes from his previous position as bassist of The Cult and from 15 years as Billy Idol‘s rhythm guitarist, playing alongside lead guitarist Steve Stevens. His standing in the music […]

Intervals rocks Detroit with instrumental metal madness

A unique night, for sure, happened at St. Andrews Hall in Detroit. Different bands who had a similar sound, yet all sounded so different came together on April 12th, 2024. There was something for everyone to enjoy with this lineup. Makari and Body Thief started the night, warming up the crowd. Makari brought the alternative […]

Otoboke Beaver obliterates at Nashville’s Eastside Bowl

In my 10+ years of music journalism, I have attended some pretty weird and usual shows, events ranging from soda spraying clowns to bands that have set their instruments on fire. Without trying to sound pretentious, I had honestly thought I had seen everything. That was until this past Thursday evening at Nashville’s Eastside Bowl. […]

Breaking Benjamin & Daughtry deliver thunderous rock to Erie, PA

On March 26th, the Erie Insurance Arena in Pennsylvania became the epicenter of rock music as three powerhouse bands took the stage, igniting the night with raw energy and unforgettable performances. Breaking Benjamin headlined the event, with special guests Daughtry and Catch Your Breath, creating an electrifying atmosphere that left fans buzzing long after the […]

Mac Sabbath makes mouths water at the Observatory OC

On Friday, March 22nd, Mac Sabbath invaded Orange County, California, headlining a show at The Observatory in Santa Ana. The eccentrically garbed, McDonald’s-inspired band was supported by the Venomous Pinks and O.C. veterans of punk, D.I. Venomous Pinks, the all-female punk band from Arizona, kicked things off with their high energy, getting the crowd in […]