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SHOW REVIEW: Architects, Stray From The Path, Make Them Suffer

In a world with deeply heated political events and a host of other issues, music has become an outlet for many. Casual listeners and diehard fans alike find their purpose at concerts. From the front row mosher to the headlining vocalist, having an outlet for feelings has never been more poignant. This holds especially true for Brighton, England’s Architects. The group, already well-informed and against injustice, experienced a major shift that could turn a lesser band upside down. Architects – and the metal community as a whole – felt a…

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LIVE REVIEW: To Write Love On Her Arms – Heavy & Light 2017

To Write Love On Her Arms is an organization that has been around for over a decade, and in that amount of time, they have helped countless people who have struggled with depression, addiction, and suicide find the resources they need. Each year, the organization has dedicated one night to songs, conversation, and hope in an event called Heavy and Light. This event, held in Orlando, Florida, brings together people from all walks of life from all over the world to hear the words, whether through song, testimony, or poetry,…

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Live Review & Photos: Alter Bridge At REBEL, Toronto, ON

It’s been a long wait for Alter Bridge fans in The 6ix as it’s been over twelve years since their last headline gig here in Toronto. The now shut down Guvernment venue was the last stage to host Alter Bridge during their debut album tour in October of 2004. Now touring for their fifth album, The Last Hero, the four-piece from Orlando, Florida were received with open arms on Wednesday night at Toronto’s latest venue, REBEL nightclub. The impressive 105-minute set opened with the brand new “The Writing on the…

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LIVE REVIEW: Yellowcard at The House of Blues, Boston

Any scene kid – former or active – between the ages of 20 and 30 would pee their pants over the thought of getting to see Yellowcard perform live. The band is practically a Warped Tour institution and one of the highlights of the 2000s emo movement. But with the announcement of the band’s final tour and album, tickets to the band’s Farewell tour remained especially coveted last night (November 7) at the House of Blues Boston, where Yellowcard performed to their final Massachusetts crowd at their sold-out show. Casual…

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Photos: Underoath, Boston, MA

Coming off a three year hiatus, Underoath is back. Following a few festival appearances and the first half of the Rebirth Tour completed, the band took to a sold out crowd in Boston next to the historic Fenway Park. From the moment I walked in the door, the energy was nothing short of palpable. While the band had not been gone for that long, this reunion was about far more than just the name Underoath. After a record and two singles without him, former drummer Aaron Gillespie rejoined the unit…

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LIVE REVIEW: Face Everything And Rise Tour – Papa Roach, Rock City Nottingham UK

As you might expect for a Papa Roach show, tickets for tonight sold out way in advance. After 20 years together and eight albums, the Roach have managed to gather just a few fans. They may still be yet to have anything with quite as much success as 2000’s Infest (home to a little song called “Last Resort” you may have heard before), but by no means have they been inconsistent. Each album is still pumped full of hit after hit, and this tour is in support of their latest…

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LIVE REVIEW: Real Friends – Tampa, FL

There is no place I feel more at home than in a room filled with hundreds of complete strangers singing along to the songs that have gotten us through the most difficult times in our lives. For those few hours, though, we are not strangers – we are family. Never I have felt more at home than I did while attending a Real Friends show in Tampa, Florida recently. The crazy thing about pop punk shows is no matter how intense the lyrics and music are, you will ultimately feel…

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LIVE REVIEW: Secret Someones, Wolf Gang, And Sir Sly Ignite Los Angeles

Nirvana may not be the greatest band of all time, or deserve a spot in the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame, but you have to admit. It’s pretty impressive when one of your favorite bands covers a legendary song. And does it right. To add a few extras as to why Brooklyn’s new found glory Secret Someones deserve the utmost respect for going balls to the walls, they covered Nirvana’s “Breed” at the El Rey in Los Angeles, Monday night. Please follow and like us:

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LIVE REVIEW: Cymbals Eat Guitars, San Francisco, CA

I’ve seen my fair share of acts perform at the legendary Fillmore located in San Francisco. Granted, most of the past shows I attended consisted of a younger audience than the one I witnessed when I went to this particular concert. It was surprising to not see a fluster of girls running to the stage in hopes to hold the artist’s hand or whatnot. Please follow and like us:

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LIVE REVIEW: My Goodness W/ Adventure Galley Crystal Ballroom Portland, OR

When a radio station sells 94-cent tickets to an “I Saw Them When” show, don’t go with any expectations. But if you do, and My Goodness is on the bill, you’ll have your expectations blown out of the water. Please follow and like us:

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