Bring Me The Horizon - 5/8/2019 - Milwaukee, WI

Bring Me The Horizon performing in Milwaukee, WI 5/8/2019

Earlier this year Bring Me The Horizon had to, unfortunately, cancel the last dates of their First Love Tour due to vocalist Oli Sykes rupturing a vocal cord. Nearing the end of February 2019, Bring Me The Horizon announced that they would be heading back to the states for a spring tour titled their Second Base Tour with support from Brittish rapper, Scarlxrd.

The Damned Things - The Brooklyn Bazaar - 5/7/2019


On May 7th, 2019, The Damned Things made their stop in Brooklyn, NY amid their spring tour in support of their newest release on Nuclear Blast Records, High Crimes. If you know what superstars were in this supergroup, you would have been waiting online for the tickets sales to start; and good thing I did because these guys managed to sell out The Brooklyn Bazaar. Although the venue was tight knit, the band successfully packed a crowd of 700 into the main ballroom.

The Get Up Kids - Problems (Album Review)

The Get Up Kids - Problems

Something very unusual happened in the last few years. As the 2010's began coming to a close, a genre long thought dead made a surprising revival: Emo. I am not talking about Emo acts like Fall Out Boy, My Chemical Romance or Taking Back Sunday, the type of emo I am referring to feels a lot more like their forefathers The Promise Ring, Braid, and Texas is the Reason.

Dead By Wednesday - Self Titled (Album Review)

Dead By Wednesday Album Review

New England’s Dead By Wednesday released their new self-titled full length album via Combat Records/EMP Label Group on April 19. The new album showcases a rebirth and new era of the band since their inception in 2005. A decade after their first record, the band has evolved musically, while keeping each step of the way as hard hitting and true, as the last. 

Bad Religion - Age Of Unreason (Album Review)

Bad Religion- Age Of Unreason Album Art

Thirty-nine years is a long time. Formed in Los Angeles in 1980, Bad Religion have released several politically charged studio albums and have seen the changing of Six United States Presidents, the end of the Cold War and The Great Recession. Age Of Unreason arrives at a time when a poignant criticism of our current political climate is long overdue, and who better to deliver that much needed message to the youth of today?