Pop Evil, Badflower and Eyes on Fire performed at Old National Centre in Indianapolis
The Noise and Dahlia Presents brought Pop Evil, Badflower, and Eyes on Fire (photos and interview of Eyes on Fire to come) to a rock hungry crowd. The night and sweaty became synonymous at Deluxe. Still floating
God Am will perform at the 5th Quarter on March 3 with Bionic Monks, Static Tension and Minus Blindfold
As February transforms into March, God Am returns with their first show of 2017. And what a better place to reverberate their hard and heavy sound than at Indy’s 5th Quarter Lounge.
This is not the Sunset Strip, but Indianapolis' American Bombshell will make you feel like it is. Earlier this year the Indy band hit Los Angeles to soak up the vibrancy that helps feed their gritty rock and roll sound. All of this stems from the Grammy Amplifier Contest they were
Queensrÿche is no stranger to performing stellar concerts in Indianapolis. The band first came to Indianapolis playing Market Square Arena, December 2, 1984 for The Warning Tour. Bypassing the city for the Rage For Order Tour, they returned November 24, 1988 to perform Operation: Mindcrime, again at Market Square Arena with a final trip to MSA
Indianapolis is not usually a jumping off point for a tour, but this was not the case with Sanctuary. Vocalist Warrel Dane told me prior the show that this was the first time Sanctuary had been to Indianapolis, though he had been here when he was with the band Nevermore.
In 1985, these group of Seattle kids formed a band that ended up giving a significant impact on the U.S. metal scene. Formed as Sanctuary and developing their demo work, it caught the eye of Epic Records that gave birth to their first full length album Refuge Denied. Produced by Dave Muscatine,
Since the addition of Derek Ware on bass and drummer Jeremy McCombs, Catalytic has been a steam engine sweating power and devotion through countless practice sessions and weekly gigs throughout the city. And no matter if they are amongst their peers, their fans, or themselves, they pour 110% into the
As we rush in the Autumn of 2015, Selective Memory is having the guys in Indianapolis metal band Catalytic take over our website. Look forward to the next three weeks of videos, music, words, and all kinds of shenanigans. But for now, get ready and learn more about this amazing
They have been called the hardest working band in the country and on July 19 in Indianapolis Shaun McCoy, Marty McCoy, Dave Tipple, Tommy Johnson and Jymmy Tolland, otherwise known as Bobaflex, proved why they have earned that designation. From the time they arrived at the 5th Quarter, I don't
It may not have been a cold, dreary October with branches contorting to the mysteries of the night as the hounds of hell howl like a strong wind sending Vincent Price chills down your spine. It felt more like a Herschell Gordon Lewis summer evening, and you are standing in