Chris Polone and The Rail Club Live took to spilling all the tea on July 4th by taking a stand against the order to close by Texas Gov. Abbott.
“Future Sins” is an exciting glimpse into Mountain of Smoke’s future.
ARTIST: Signals & Alibis + ALBUM: Aislada + LABEL: Independent + RELEASE DATE: SEP 28, 2019 Post-punk is a thriving genre in Dallas-Fort Worth. Recent releases by … More
In our review of Pinkish Black’s latest album, Concept Unification, we called it one of the most interesting and provocative releases … More
In town for the first of two nights in the DFW metroplex, the greatest rock n’ roll band in the … More
This has been an amazing year for the void report. Probably best known for delivering live reviews of local and national … More
The Ridglea Theater is alive and kicking! On August 11th, 2018, metalheads descended upon the historic Ridglea Theater in Fort … More
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
Combine near-100 degree temperatures with a Wednesday night and a venue with no air, and you wouldn’t expect a turnout … More
Following an aborted Austin kick-off date, Sir Fat Mike Burkett brought his Punk in Drublic Craft Beer and Music Festival … More