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Monday, October 5th, 2015 at 11:02 pm

Coheed and Cambria playing rare & intimate show in Brooklyn

C&C live at Uproar Fest 2013 in LI

New York’s own prog rockers Coheed and Cambria will be releasing their eighth studio album, The Color Before the Sun, on October 16 through Everything Evil Records. The new full-length follows the band’s 2012/2013 conceptual double effort, The Afterman: Ascension and Descension, and marks their first non-conceptual album ever. The band have so far unleashed three singles from the new LP; “You Got Spirit, Kid,” “Here to Mars” and “Eraser” (listen after the break).

To celebrate the release of the new LP, Coheed and Cambria will soon set out on an October through November U.S. tour with Thank You Scientist and others on select dates. But before they embark on that run, the guys will invade Brooklyn this Friday night (10/9) for a super rare and intimate performance at Saint Vitus that starts at midnight (right after the sold-out A Place to Bury Strangers, Grooms and Scully show). Tickets are on-sale now and still available as of this posting.

Check out a full list of upcoming C&C dates below…


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Monday, October 5th, 2015 at 2:02 am

NYC concert listings for Oct. 5 – 11, 2015


Here’s a list of rock and metal shows happening this week in the NYC area:

10/5 – Bring Me The Horizon, Issues @ Terminal 5 [sold out]

10/5 – Korn, Suicide Silence, Islander @ Irving Plaza [not many tix left]

10/5 – Pentagram, Electric Citizen, Satan’s Satyrs @ Saint Vitus [sold out]

10/6 – Four Year Strong, Defeater, Superheaven, Elder Brother @ Gramercy Theatre [tix]

10/6 – Pentagram, Electric Citizen, Satan’s Satyrs @ Saint Vitus [tix]

10/7 – Angel Vivaldi The Algorithm Save Us From The Archon Flags Don’t Matter The Astral Cadence Perspectives @ Back Bear Bar [tix]

10/7 – Atreyu, Beartooth, Wovenwar, Malaki @ Irving Plaza [tix]

10/7 – Suicide Silence @ Amityville Music Hall [tix]

10/8 – Cemetery, Electro Insides @ The Acheron [tix]

10/8 – Metalachi, Tragedy, Thrilldriver @ Gramercy Theatre [tix]

10/8 – The Shrine, Dirty Fences, Big Truck @ Saint Vitus [tix]

10/9 – A Place to Bury Strangers, Grooms, Scully @ Saint Vitus [sold out]

10/9 – KEN mode, Child Bite, The Austerity Program, Garrett Jamieson @ The Acheron [tix]

10/9 – Passafire, Lionize, Backbeat Soundsystem @ Knitting Factory [tix]

10/10 – A Place to Bury Strangers, Sannhet, Pawns @ Saint Vitus [tix]

10/10 – Blindside, Adept, Solence, Rideau @ Marlin Room at Webster Hall [sold out]

10/10 – Deaf Wish, Richard Papiercuts @ Cake Shop [tix]

10/10 – Mew, The Dodos @ Webster Hall [tix]

10/10 – Red Fang, Whores., Wild Throne @ Palisades [sold out]

10/10 – The Winery Dogs @ Best Buy Theater [tix]

10/10 – Witchtrap, Natur, Riotor, Iron Force @ The Acheron [tix]

10/11 – He Is Legend, Must Be The Holy Ghost, plus more @ The Studio at Webster Hall [tix]

10/11 – Dillinger Four, Night Birds, Big Eyes @ Saint Vitus [sold out]

10/11 – Jucifer, Serial Hawk, It’s Not Night: It’s Space @ The Acheron [tix]

10/11 – Mondo Generator, Peter Pan Speedrock @ The Bowery Electric [tix]

Did we miss anything? If so, let us know in the comments.

For a detailed list of upcoming shows (including upstate gigs), make sure to check out our calendar.

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Saturday, October 3rd, 2015 at 10:00 am

Killing Joke releasing new LP; announce 2016 North American tour (NYC date)

Killing Joke live at Irving Plaza in 2013

UK rockers Killing Joke will be unleashing their sixteenth studio album, Pylon, on October 23rd via Spinefarm Records, which has thus far produced the single “Euphora” (listen after the break). The band, consisting of Jaz Coleman (lead vocals), Kevin “Geordie” Walker (guitars), Martin “Youth” Glover (bass) and Paul “Big Paul” Ferguson (drums), have also confirmed a headline North American tour, kicking off in early 2016.

The jaunt will see Killing Joke returning to New York City at Irving Plaza on February 13, with ticket info tba. The Soft Moon will open all dates, which you can see below.


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Saturday, October 3rd, 2015 at 9:30 am

POSTPONED: Halestorm at Central Park SummerStage


Due to shitty weather, Halestorm‘s previously announced headline show at Central Park SummerStage in NYC scheduled for tonight (10/3) has been postponed until 2016, with an exact date to be announced soon. SummerStage comments:

Due to Saturday’s weather forecast of heavy rain and high winds, SummerStage’s outdoor Central Park show with Halestorm, previously scheduled for Saturday, October 3 has been POSTPONED to our 2016 season. Ticket holders will receive a full automatic refund at this time and be alerted about the new date as soon as we have that scheduled.

The band added:

We’re seriously bummed about the NYC show being postponed and already look forward to coming back in 2016 and rocking the park. We hope to see you all then We appreciate your understanding on this regrettable change; stay safe and dry this weekend!

Earlier this year saw the release of Halestorm‘s third studio album, Into the Wild Life, via Atlantic Records, peaking at #5 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart. Check out the official video for their latest single, “Amen,” below…


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Friday, October 2nd, 2015 at 1:10 pm

Gig Coverage: Ghost & Purson congregated at Terminal 5



Satanic heavy rockers Ghost kicked off their “Black To The Future” tour last week in Silver Spring, MD with help from London-based psychedelic rock act Purson. The junket cruised through New York City this past Sunday night (9/27) for a liturgy at Terminal 5, located deep in the bowels of Hell’s Kitchen.

A packed house at T5 eagerly awaited as holy smoke began to fill the air at around 9PM, while Allegri‘s somber and bleak “Miserere mei, Deus” track played through the main PA, serenely setting the mood for Ghost‘s triumphant return to the NYC spotlight. As with previous tours, Papa and his fiends signaled their readiness by ushering in their intro song, “Masked Ball,” by the great English composer Jocelyn Pook. Following a roar from the Manhattan audience, Ghost kicked off their set with the one-two punch of “Spirit” and “From the Pinnacle to the Pit” (which saw a video premiere at Vitus last month) from their just released third studio opus, Meliora.

The Swedish occultists followed with a block of songs from their first two LPs, Opus Eponymous and Infestissumam, offering the likes of “Ritual,” “Con Clavi Con Dio,” “Per Aspera ad Inferi,” “Stand by Him” and others. Plenty of newer cuts such as “Majesty,” “Circle,” “Devil Church,” “He Is,” “Absolution” and “Mummy Dust” also made it into the band’s 19-song set. Like they did in Brooklyn over the summer, the group chanted unplugged renditions of “Jigolo Har Megiddo,” “Ghuleh/Zombie Queen” and Roky Erickson‘s “If You Have Ghosts,” with a stripped down Papa, robe-less and decked out in a tuxedo and white gloves. The night’s encore consisted of “Monstrance Clock” with “The Host of Seraphim” outro.

Purson launched the night with their 60s/70s influenced psyche-rock, dishing out songs from their impending Desire’s Magic Theatre LP on Spinefarm Records.

A full photo recap from the show continues below, along with a list of remaining tour dates.




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Thursday, October 1st, 2015 at 8:53 pm

Venom Inc. & Necrophagia going on North American tour (see them in NYC)


Venom Inc – the new project featuring original Venom members Jeff “Mantas” Dunn (guitar) and Anthony “Abaddon” Bray (drums) along with ex-Venom member Tony “Demolition Man” Dolan (bass/vocals) – will be touring North American soil later this year beside Ohio bringers of death, Necrophagia.

The expedition launches next month in Philly and runs through December, while hitting New York City along the way for a show at the Marlin Room at Webster Hall on November 15 [tix]. Check out a complete list of dates after the break.

Necrophagia will be touring in support of last year’s WhiteWorm Cathedral album via Season of Mist. Stream said LP in full and check out live clips of Venom Inc., below…


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Thursday, October 1st, 2015 at 10:26 am

Iron Maiden confirm 2016 U.S. tour dates; catch them at MSG


Iron Maiden released their sixteenth studio LP and first studio double album, The Book of Souls, on September 4th through Sanctuary/BMG, and the gods of heavy metal are now ready to embark on a world wide tour in support of it.

A U.S. leg of the trek was announced this morning with a total of nine dates confirmed for early 2016. New York City will once again welcome Maiden on March 30 at the world famous Madison Square Garden. All tickets go on-sale to the public starting 10/10. You can also jump on a fan pre-sale on 10/6 through The Raven Age will open all stateside shows.

More dates, including a Canadian leg will be announced soon. Check out a complete list of U.S. tour dates below.


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Thursday, October 1st, 2015 at 9:50 am

Photos: ’68, Norma Jean & Sleepwave stormed Gramercy Theatre

Pics by Gabriela Jeronimo

Norma Jean


Metalcore swarm Norma Jean (playing their 2nd LP O’God The Aftermath in full), punk rock duo ’68 – feat. Josh Scogin (ex-The Chariot, ex-Norma Jean), Sleepwave and The Ongoing Concept are currently embarked on a North American crusade that kicked off a few weeks ago in Alabama and is set to conclude at the end of October in Texas. The trek blazed through The Big Apple this past Sunday night (9/27) for a WSOU presented showing at the popular Gramercy Theatre. Photos from the NYC gig continue below.

’68, who last year signed to eOne/Good Fight and released their debut full-length studio album titled In Humor and Sadness, recently booked a handful of UK dates with Beartooth (who play in NYC on Wed. (10/7) w/ Atreyu). Peep those dates here, and see all remaining U.S. shows after the gallery.

Sleepwave return to Manhattan on December 18 at Webster Hall with Armor For Sleep and The Cold Seas [tix on-sale now].




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Tuesday, September 29th, 2015 at 11:48 am

Gig Coverage: Trivium played a sold-out Saint Vitus



Florida heavy metal troop Trivium are currently knee-deep in a co-headline run with Tremonti as part of the 2015 edition of the “HardDrive Live Tour,” which hit Long Island at The Emporium two Sundays ago (9/20). At some point during the ongoing trek, Trivium added a special one-off show at Brooklyn’s 350-capacity Saint Vitus Bar for September 24. Tickets undoubtedly sold-out in no time.

Hardcore fans, who were lucky enough to snag tickets to the intimate gig, piled into the tiny venue on Thursday night on the eve of Pope Francis‘ much talked about NYC visit. Fortunately the pontiff’s local takeover was confined to the midtown Manhattan area, making traveling to the Greenpoint, Brooklyn rock spot surprisingly painless. With no opening support and a sense of excitement in the air, the show started promptly at 9:30pm with Trivium making their way through the thick crowd and towards the venue’s cramped stage, while the Ihsahn-composed “Snøfall” intro blared through the PA.

Without hesitation, the band jumped straight into the night’s first track, the riffy “Silence in the Snow,” off of their upcoming LP of the same name (out 10/2 via Roadrunner). With slight stage banter here and there, the gang continued through their 75-minute set, shredding through a total of 12 tracks, which included fan-favorites such as “Down from the Sky,” “Pull Harder on the Strings of Your Martyr” and “Built To Fall.” The mosh-pit frenzy crowd was also treated to new songs “Until the World Goes Cold” and “Blind Leading the Blind,” before the guys concluded their set with the title-track to their 2011 effort, In Waves.

Trivium‘s stint aboard the “HardDrive Live Tour” continues through the end of October (see all remaining dates here). Check out exclusive pics and full video from Vitus, as well as a just released stream of Silence in the Snow, below…



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Tuesday, September 29th, 2015 at 9:20 am

The Ghost Inside playing the Marlin Room at Webster Hall


Los Angeles metalcore favorites The Ghost Inside will be hitting the road on a headline U.S. run this fall dubbed “The Locals Only Tour.” As the trek’s moniker implies, the trip will see the band inviting local bands to open on each night of the tour.

New York City will host the journey on November 9 at the Marlin Room at Webster Hall with opening acts tba [get tix]. The tour also hits Portland, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta and more (see all dates + a tour announcement clip below).

The Ghost Inside are touring in continued support their latest studio album, Dear Youth, on Epitaph Records.


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