TILE kicked off their Eastern US tour this past Friday with a record release show in support of their new LP, ‘Come On Home, Stranger’ at the Berners in Bethlehem, PA. Check out the gallery […]
A few years ago, Henry and a mutual friend conducted an interview with Buddy (trombone) of Less Than Jake written by me. In a lot of ways, even though I had never spoken to Chris (guitar and vocals), this felt like a follow-up. They didn’t have a lot to report in terms of new developments, but we dove into the election theme of their Warped shows, why they have been putting out some of their best work lately, possible future ways they will be releasing music, releasing a live album…. that was recorded 15 years earlier and their 5th annual Wake and Bake Festival in Gainesville, FL.
You can see a ska show at any point in the year, but there is something about seeing Reel Big Fish outside in the summertime. The combination of sunshine, Hawaiian shirts, horns and upbeat songs […]
Davey Muise (vocals) is a very in-demand person for interviews. Despite this, he is a really friendly and talkative fellow and there was plenty to talk about. Vanna has been on every other Warped Tour since 2010 and more or less have it down to a science.
The Interrupters are a four-piece ska band from Los Angeles. They have been around since 2011 and their second full-length Say It Out Loud (Hellcat Records) was released just in time for their first trek on […]
A few years back, there have been doubts that anyone would ever see Judas Priest up on stage ever again. 2011-2012’s “Epitaph” tour was intended to be the group’s final world tour together. But with a new album that just came […]
Chart-topping indie rockers Modest Mouse helped kicked off the new “Yuengling Summer Concert Series at SteelStacks” last week in front of one of the most unique concert backdrops in the nation, the former Bethlehem Steel industrial plant in […]
Music photographer extraordinaire, Jamie Heim stopped by the Sherman Theater to capture Black Label Society on the 2014 Revolver Golden Gods Tour. This year’s line-up featured support from Butcher Babies, Devil You Know (featuring Howard Jones, ex-Killswitch Engage) and Down (Phil Anselmo of Pantera).
Right out of the gates, Manbeast launched into a frenzy of hardcore powerviolence. Opening the night off with with a set consisting of mostly brand new material, the trio (Eric, Luis & Tyler) played to a […]
Ending the night was Slow Warm Death‘s final performance. To say the evening was an understatement. Within a year of the band’s formation, they have garnered critical praise throughout various publications (print and online), had […]