LIVE REVIEW: Supersuckers & From Parts Unknown – 3/2/19 @ Main at South Side, Fort Worth, TX

In town for the first of two nights in the DFW metroplex, the greatest rock n’ roll band in the … More

Year In Review – Our Favorite Concerts, Albums, Bands, & Photos of 2018

This has been an amazing year for the void report. Probably best known for delivering live reviews of local and national … More

LIVE REVIEW: Ridglea Metal Fest – 8/11/18 @ Ridglea Theater, Fort Worth, TX

The Ridglea Theater is alive and kicking! On August 11th, 2018, metalheads descended upon the historic Ridglea Theater in Fort … More

SCENE: Cutthroat Conspiracy, Headstitch, Hunt the Dinosaur, Suffer the Human Condition, & Civil Unrest @ The Rail Club – 7/27/18

A Cutthroat come back! Civil Unrest got the evening going around 8 p.m. They’re an up-and-coming act with influences from Avenged … More

LIVE REVIEW: Aborted, Psycroptic, Venom Prison, Disentomb, Arkaik, Ingested, Signs of the Swarm, & Cesspool of Corruption – 6/13/18 @ Tomcat’s West, Fort Worth, TX

Combine near-100 degree temperatures with a Wednesday night and a venue with no air, and you wouldn’t expect a turnout … More

REVIEW: Punk in Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival – 5/6/18 @ Panther Island Pavilion, Fort Worth, TX

Following an aborted Austin kick-off date, Sir Fat Mike Burkett brought his Punk in Drublic Craft Beer and Music Festival … More

LIVE REVIEW: Wizards of Gore, Life of Scars, Creeper, Iron Jaw, & Chemicaust – 4/21/18 @ The Rail Club, Fort Worth, TX

It was a special night at the Rail Club. Not only were the guys from Rigor Mortis (playing as Wizards … More

FORT WORTH METAL FEST 2018 – Septicflesh, Dark Funeral, Cattle Decapitation, & More @ The Rail Club

March has been a busy month for metalheads in Dallas-Fort Worth. Last weekend, the Dallas Metal Scene hosted the Deep … More

SCENE: Rabid Flesh Eaters, Kill for Mother, Chemicaust, The Black Moriah, & Iron Jaw @ The Rail Club – 2/16/18

The Dallas-Fort Worth metal community rallied last night in support of one their own, Ms. Leslie Corbin. A long time … More