The dream of the 90s was alive in Dallas last night as Everclear kicked off their Summerland tour. Bringing along … More
You can always count on Ministry to give you a visceral, louder-than-hell performance.
It was a high-energy gig that should put every young band on notice. This is how it’s done.
It was night where no one went home disappointed.
The crowd on hand was adoring & left for home with smiles plastered across their faces.
Suicidal Tendencies destroy Gas Monkey Live.
If you want to cast a critical eye towards their punk credibility, there’s one thing I know for sure: Fat Mike doesn’t give a damn what you think. If that makes him punk or simply an asshole is up to you.
Only pausing to encourage pit-action, Anselmo & his band were in a great mood, even if their songs are pure piss and vinegar.
30 years from the day they released their seminal thrash album “Reign in Blood,” Slayer was in Dallas playing to a sold out Gas Monkey Live.
Currently touring a retrospective set focused on the bands 1977 debut “Static Age,” the Misfits sounded as strong and relevant as ever.