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Live Review: Alessia Cara gets up close and personal with special fan event in Toronto

It’s been an insane twelve months for Alessia Cara since the release of her sophomore album The Pains of Growing last November. The album was met with impressive reception, and had most media outlets praising the Grammy Award winner for her unique writing style and sound. Since then, she has …

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Live Review + Gallery: Stone Temple Pilots, Rival Sons, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown at Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, IL (09.25.19

Confession: I haven’t followed Stone Temple Pilots since Chester Bennington left the group in 2015. It’s tough enough for a band to reinvent themselves when a well know singer, such as their first frontman, Scott Weiland, leaves. But I thought Chester’s addition to STP was a stroke of genius. He …

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Live Review + Gallery: COUNTERFEIT at Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY (09.10.19)

“COUNTERFEIT was amazing!” Literally the only thing that kept going through my mind after leaving Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory on Tuesday September 10th. The band quickly became a favorite of mine after having watched them perform their hearts out the previous year. Now, back with new music and a more positive …

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Live Review: BABYMETAL, Avatar at Terminal 5 in New York, NY (09.15.19)

On Sunday, September 15th, The Metal Galaxy World Tour landed at Terminal 5 in New York City bringing with it the Japanese Kawaii metal sensation BabyMetal who brought along the Swedish theatrical metal antics of Avatar.  Avatar opened up the evening like always, dressed in their usual attire reminiscent of a 1700’s royal army, …

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Live Review: Knotfest Roadshow Jones beach Theater Wantagh, New York 8/28/19

This year Slipknot had announced plans to take Knotfest on the road this summer for a six week long North American Tour. The tour, appropriately named Knotfest Roadshow, features a packed lineup with metal titans from four different countries, Coppehangan’s very own Volbeat, French metal giants Gojira and Poland’s extreme black metal band Behemoth, and of coarse …

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