Live music is the lifeblood for a band like Twenty One Pilots. Their most recent live stream experience brought the duos candid expressions and wild imaginations to life like no other livestream has done over the last fourteen months, with brighter, bolder sights bringing 'Scaled and Icy' and the bands otherwise colour themed back catalogue to life with an hour long carefully choreographed, musical and visual masterpiece of an experience. This is the stunningly immersive story of 'Scaled and Icy'.
In a world where virtual concerts will hopefully be a thing of the past in three months' time, it is difficult to persuade fans that spending money on a virtual gig is worth their time. Insane production and uniqueness to get fans excited is needed in abundance – so do Black Peaks provide that in their live streaming effort?
Sludge-metal outfit Crowbar recently performed their third live stream, which was directed by Mike Holderbeast. The event featured a mixed setlist, including tracks the band rarely play live - find out what we thought about the show here!
Spanning two albums over two days, the recent live streamed shows by Norwegian prog masters Leprous were a great reminder of what concert life was like before the pandemic, while also acting as a first opportunity for many fans to witness the band’s latest album, 'Pitfalls', being played live, in its entirety.
We’re one year into a global pandemic (because one just *has* to strike every century, apparently), and we’ve begun to see more and more online shows. One could say that they’ve become all the rage in the industry, and these guys know it, because aside from being a three-part series, these new livestreams by Silverstein feature a highly outlandish storyline that makes everything truly… 'Out of This World' (*ba-dum-tshh*) - sorry, we couldn’t help it.
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!