Metal fans of all ages gathered to see Hatebreed perform for what frontman Jamey Jasta recalls as their 21st year performing live.
Review by Rachel Milstein
Post hardcore band Issues had no issues captivating fans for their Monster Energy Outbreak Tour at Upstate Concert Hall.
On Sunday night A Day to Remember (ADTR), along with stellar opening acts Parkway drive and State Champs, played a sold out show at The National in Richmond, a space with a well-known reputation for being one of the most enjoyable music venues in the state of Virginia. The interior of The National provides patrons with a satisfying combination of classical theater design with a modern edge, the perfect eclectic environment for one of rock’s biggest acts to take the stage. The energy and anticipation flowing throughout the space was apparent from the moment one arrived at the venue and viewed the sea of fans, many decked out in band shirts and other merchandise, forming a massive line that wrapped around the much of the venue. The second that the doors opened, fans flooded into the venue and crowed eagerly around the stage on the first floor and trickled upstairs into the balcony seating.
Warner Bros recording artist LIGHTS brought her Midnight Machines Acoustic Tour to NYC on May 4th for what promised to be a great night for all in attendance. LIGHTS brought out LoLo with her as tour support, which would prove to be a wonderful choice as the two singers both have outstanding command of the stage with just their vocals and personalities. These two talented women sold out the Marlin Room at Webster Hall to add to a string of sold out shows.
A night of beer drinking and classic rock n’ roll perfectly describe The Cult’s performance at Upstate Concert Hall, April 2.
Music Notes Reviews had the chance to ask Garrett Nickelsen, bassist for The Maine, a few questions about their current co-headliner with Mayday Parade, the most recent release, American Candy, and their upcoming run on Warped Tour. Check out what he had to say below and be sure to grab your tickets to see them on warped tour now!
A night of diving into the crowd, jumping on fans backs and expressing indignation towards Donald Trump don’t begin to describe the crazy acts at Silverstein’s headlining show at Upstate Concert Hall last Monday.
Fans lined the streets hours before doors Friday night to see some of their favorite bands take the stage at the Paramount in Huntington. Mayday Parade and The Maine brought their American Lines Tour out to Long Island with support from 8123’s The Technicolors.
Wildways are using their debut full-length album, Into the Wild, to show they don’t need to fit themselves within one genre to show off their skill set.
Set it Off and Tonight Alive brought their Fight for Something Tour to Irving Plaza for a sold out show and what promised to be a fun filled night for all involved. Out supporting the two groups for the tour were The Ready Set and Say We Can Fly.