AVATAR kicked off their four-part live stream concert series last weekend with the Age of Dreams. Performing their latest album 'Hunter Gatherer' in full alongside some of their biggest hits, the show was complemented by incredible visuals. Find out what we thought of the performance here.
This year August Burns Red went virtual with their annual Christmas Burns Red show, providing the live debut of tracks from their new album 'Guardians'.
During 'Tree City Sessions Volume 2', Dance Gavin Dance put on a show that was highly entertaining to watch, with a setlist that appealed to everyone (and was voted by fans, too) in a breathtaking venue, in the form of the Sacramento Tower Bridge. Oh, and they live streamed it for everyone to watch. Here’s our review!
Metalcore heroes Atreyu recently performed a special greatest hits set, as part of their 'Carry The Fire' livestream event, offering a short, sharp blast of nostalgia and a glimpse into the future. Check out what we thought of the streamed show here...
Architects recently performed a special show at London's Royal Albert Hall, live streamed to fans across the globe. Find out what went down during the night here!
Deaf Havana's James Veck-Gilodi recently performed a special, solo live streamed show from London's St. Pancras Old Church, read all about it here.
Suicide Silence are currently on their 'Virtual World Tour' and we attended the Stuttgart show from the comfort of our home. Read all about our new live music experience here!
With this looking set to be one of the last tours before the widespread cancellation of many live events due to the ongoing pandemic, we knew we couldn't miss the chance to catch Palm Reader and Employed To Serve playing Glasgow's Cathouse. Check out our review and photo gallery from the show here.
It was only less than a month ago since Anvil released their latest studio album, Legal At Last which followed their 2018 release Pounding The Pavement. In support of this new material they recently headed out on a UK tour, with support for the Manchester show being provided by Ragdoll Sunday and Electus.
One about the nice things of the 21st century is that pop music isn’t a dirty word anymore. Pop is cool and when Oh Wonder played SWG3 in Glasgow recently we were there to see one of the coolest pop bands around in action.