New Years Day brought their powerhouse rock show to The Handlebar in Pensacola, FL on October 18th.
Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK are international superstars — so it was no surprise when they sold out their final show at The Hollywood Palladium last week.
Brendon Urie has shapeshifted from a emo scene kid to the Broadway spotlight to international superstar. The Viva Las Vengeance Tour made its stop in Los Angeles at The Kia Forum earlier this week.
It was just another day of scrolling endlessly on TikTok when I kept hearing the same tune used for countless videos. It was “Mary On A Cross” By Ghost.
Esteemed British rockers Bring Me The Horizon hit The Kia Forum last week on their stop in Los Angeles. The band has been on their Post Human Tour since late September, where they kicked off in Brooklyn.
Post-hardcore veterans Alexisonfire stopped in Los Angeles last week on the tail end of their North American tour and surely did not disappoint.
Fencer, the self-defined garage opera band, is leading a new era of rock music with their own undeniably, dynamic sound.
Indie artist Lincoln has announced his debut album Everything is Wrong which is set to arrive on January 13, 2023.
The Birthday Massacre brought their North American tour to the Vinyl Music Hall in Pensacola, Florida on Sep 29th. The Toronto-based goth rock band was joined by Dead Posey and Korine.
The Ghost Club recently released their new single and video “Don’t Let Go”. The alternative rock band was founded in 2018 by Pittsburgh, PA singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Domenic Dunegan.
New Years Day is coming to The Handlebar in Pensacola, FL on October 18th. The iconic local venue closed four years ago but was recently reopened after renovations.
The Used is currently on tour with A Day to Remember supporting the latter’s Just Some More Shows tour. On Oct 1st, the bands opened the tour at the Pensacola Bay Center, which was the only show in ADTR’s home state of Florida.
Electronica synth-pop duo Blaqk Audio released their newest album, Trop d’amour, on September 16th. The pair celebrated the launch with hundreds of their biggest supporters and friends by playing an album release show on September 24th at The Fonda Theatre in Hollywood.
After touring all across the country, the Welcome To Hellvetica tour had its final stop in Richmond, Virginia last week, and it was a night to remember!