Whitehall, PA – Tonight’s SOLD OUT event takes place at the famous Planet Trog. Upon squeezing into the venue, all I could see was audience from wall to wall. It’s been a while since I’ve seen this place has been this packed. As I try to fight my way in through the crowd I noticed the band up on stage was my friends in Cedar Green finishing their set. I wish I had known they were opening as I would’ve arrived a little bit earlier. The thing you should know about this venue is that this place isn’t huge. It’s a small club with a 400+ person capacity. It is connected to an indoor laser tag arena.
As we prepared to welcome 2017, 2016 proved that it had a little life left in it when Clutch came to the Sands Event Center in Bethlehem on December 29th… Continue reading Exclusive: Psychic Warfare Comes to Bethlehem
On a rainy Sunday Night (All Hallows’ Eve, to be specific) Philadelphia’s Underground Arts hosted a punk show made up of bands that are rapidly growing into formidable musical entities: Bad Cop/Bad Cop and The Interrupters. Continue reading Bad Cop/ Bad Cop with The Interrupters at Underground Arts
October 11th, 2016. Sands Event Center – Bethlehem, PA
With five bands on the bill, someone had to go first and that was Butcher Babies. Unfortunately, this show had an extremely early start time, so this reviewer managed to arrive right as they bid farewell to the crowd. Still, judging by seeing them in the past, they surely had an energetic performance highlighting their latest release Take It Like A Man. Continue reading Megadeth Brings the ‘Dystopia Tour’ to the SEC
Over the past week and a half, I’ve seen several erroneous reports that a “lost” Bowie album has resurfaced and is now available for purchase. What these articles are referring to is what the Bowie camp are purporting to be The Gouster, a scrapped album that eventually gave way to Young Americans, currently included in the recently released Who Can I Be Now? box set. Continue reading Album Review: David Bowie – ‘Who Can I Be Now?’ (1974 to 1976) Box Set
Between The Buried And Me‘s frontman Tommy Rogers has a new record coming out November 4th under his Giles moniker called Velcro_Kid via Sumerian Records.
You can check out the first single “Strangers In A Paranoid Mind” which has a heavy industrial-vibe below. Also, look for current tour mates Devin Townsend guest on the song “Gazer.”
Velcro Kid comes out November 4, and you can pre-order it here.