The 2017 Vans Warped Tour
Klipsch Music Center
New Year's Day
Bless The Fall
Memphis May Fire
After The Burial
Falling In Reverse
Barb Wire Dolls
The Acacia Strain
Hands Like Houses
Mike Peters Celebrates the 30th Anniversary of the 'Spirit of '86' and a new live album. He will be performing September 22, 2016 at The Warehouse in Carmel, Indiana.
As you hear variables of cheers and clapping, a camera follows Martha Quinn as she winds through an outdoor backstage, up some
The Nots put on their make up for Cosmetic
The mustiness on solid concrete penetrated by the sheen of dampness. The humidity bending notes out of tune. The throbbing of a drum beat pointed to full throttle. Make-up smeared. That is if we all even gave a shit. The Nots only
Bush, Chevelle, The Dead Deads, and Black Map at The Lawn at White River State Park
Just in time for summer, Bush and Chevelle invaded the Circle City bringing with them the punchiness of The Dead Deads and powerful sound of Black Map. Sit back and enjoy photos from the show.
The 2016 Vans Warped Tour
If you are anything like me, the loss of the Mayhem Festival meant a loss of being able to catch a lot of bad ass metal bands that may not normally tour to your part of the world. Whether purely coincidental or genius in planning, the
You can feel the friction that lies between VLMA's open aired dynamics and its tense verbosity that explicitly contemplates social oppressiveness.
Their anti-social demeanor and raw primitiveness makes this band a raucous gem in the Fleeting Youth roster. On "Trendblender," they can use jangle pop as a weapon, and it is
If you had any part in the ‘90s alternative music scene, Amphetamine Reptile Records was no stranger to your collection. Much like other label revolutionaries of the time (Sub Pop, Wax Trax!, Alternative Tentacles, Lookout!, Merge, and Touch and Go, to name a few), Amphetamine Reptile Records (or AmRep) was
When it comes to punk culture, there is a fine line of snarkiness a band cannot cross over in fear of losing their initial message and turning away listeners. We can only take so much before things become ridiculous and asinine. But for the band WALL, their snark is portrayed
The Washington, DC, punk and hardcore scene of the 1980s has become as much a monument to the cultural dynamics of the city as the Lincoln and Washington Monuments serve as a landmark to the iconography of DC. A reminder of struggle, bonding, and change through a tense urban climate
Columbus, Ohio, seems like an unlikely place for a hardcore punk band with more fury than most East Coast muscle. The power this band emits from their self-titled album released last fall on A389 to the uber-energetic live shows, you cannot deny their integrity.
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