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Thursday, October 20th, 2016 at 11:02 pm

Flotsam and Jetsam going on tour w/ Helstar & Hatchet; playing NY


Arizona-based powered thrashers Flotsam and Jetsam will soon join up with Texas speedsters Helstar and California’s Hatchet for a November through December tour, presented by BraveWords. The outing clashes with New York for a trio of gigs: Poughkeepsie at The Chance on Nov. 18 [tix], Rochester at Montage Music Club on Nov. 19 [tix] and Brooklyn at Saint Vitus on Nov. 22 [tix]. A full tour schedule, with more dates to be announced, can be viewed below.

Flotsam and Jetsam are trekking in support of their new self-titled album, which they dropped in May through AFM Records. Last month, the band unleashed the official lyric video for their single “Seventh Seal,” which you can check out below. Helstar and Hatchet are touring in support of their latest LPs, Vampiro and Fear Beyond Lunacy, respectively (stream tunes from those below, as well).


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Wednesday, October 19th, 2016 at 3:00 pm

Thy Antichrist, Sacristy & Black Paradise to desecrate Brooklyn this Sat. (win tix)


This Saturday night (10/22), The Paper Box (17 Meadow St.) in Brooklyn will host a night of unholy metal featuring the grand return of Colombian black metal savages Thy Antichrist to the NYC stage. Schedule to provide local support that night will be Manhattan’s own black metal miscreants Sacristy and Queens-based doomy dark metallers Black Paradise.

Admission to the Worthy Scumbags/E-B-A Live Entertainment-presented gig is $15 at the door. If you would like to be guest-listed for 2 tickets, sign up below and we’ll pick a random winner this Friday morning (10/21). Doors open at 8pm, show starts promptly at 9pm.

Stream music from all three acts below.

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Wednesday, October 19th, 2016 at 11:51 am

Photos: Whitechapel, Suicide Silence, Despised Icon & Carnifex smashed Gramercy Theatre (10/13)

Pics by Dylan Lappin


Suicide Silence

The “Straight Outta Hell Tour” – featuring co-headlining sets from Whitechapel and Suicide Silence, plus opening support from Carnifex and Oceano – is currently on the final few days of its three-week run. The hike made a stop at a very packed Gramercy Theatre in New York City last Thursday night (10/13). A few of the east coast shows (NYC included) featured a special appearance from Canadian deathcore favorites Despised Icon. Check out more photos from the Manhattan concert below.

Starting next month, Whitechapel will head overseas for a series of fall dates in Europe, for gigs in the UK, Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Spain and more, beside bands like Thy Art Is Murder, Make Them Suffer, Obey The Brave, Fallujah and others (see all upcoming tour info). The guys are trekking in support of their sixth studio album, Mark of the Blade, which they released earlier this year through Metal Blade (watch the official clip for the single “Elitist Ones” after the gallery).




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Tuesday, October 18th, 2016 at 6:58 pm

KoreFest 6 going down this Sat. at Gramercy Theatre (win tix)


The sixth installment of “KoreFest” is set to happen this Saturday night (10/22) at New York City’s Gramercy Theatre. This year’s installment will feature a set from festival mastermind Kore Rozzik, plus additional headbanging performances by Bandita, Symfinity, Sinaro, Anaka and Wildstreet (reunion). The event is presented by “Hate the Hate” and will be hosted by Tim No. 37 Martinez.

Tickets are still available here (w/ some proceeds being donated to The Trevor Project & American Foundation of Suicide Prevention). We also have a pair of tix to give away, for your chance to win them, sign up below and we’ll pick a random winner Friday morning (10/21).

You can also listen to a few tunes from all bands on the bill below.

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Tuesday, October 18th, 2016 at 5:16 pm

Die Choking embarking on tour; coming to NYC w/ Department of Correction + more

Die Choking live in BK last year…

Philly grindcore trio Die Choking will soon set out on a week-and-a-half U.S. run beside French grinders Department of Correction, plus others on select gigs. The trip officially launches later this week and stops in Brooklyn at Silent Barn (603 Bushwick Ave.) for a “ABC No Rio exile show” this Saturday evening (10/22) with local support from Pyrrhon, Chepang and Inertia. The BK show is a matinee with doors opening at 2pm. All ages, admission is a $7-12 “sliding scale” at the door (RSVP).

Die Choking will return to Silent Barn on January 26, 2017 for the NYC edition of “1Fest,” performing alongside the likes of Cloud Rat, Backslider, Escuela, Goolagoon and more [info]. Die Choking will also appear at the Syracuse version of “1Fest” at The Vault on Jan. 27 [info] and Boston’s interpretation of “1Fest” at a TBA venue on Jan. 28. Then in May, Die Choking will take part in “Maryland Deathfest,” with the likes of Autopsy, Insect Warefare, Siege, Warmaster and others.

Check out all upcoming tour dates and stream DC‘s latest effort, III, in full, below. The band are currently in the process of working on new material (stay tuned).


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Monday, October 17th, 2016 at 7:51 pm

Photos: Discharge, Eyehategod & Toxic Holocaust wrecked the Marlin Room at Webster Hall (10/14)

Pics by Ciro Gutiérrez



Earlier this year, UK punk rock legends Discharge were forced to postpone their U.S. headlining tour with Eyehategod and Toxic Holocaust due to visa issues. The trek came to fruition earlier this month, with over 10 dates, including a stop at New York City’s Marlin Room at Webster Hall this past Friday night (10/14). Additionally, the tour saw Lamb of God‘s Randy Blythe taking over vocal duties for EHG, since their regular singer Mike IX Williams is currently sidelined due to an undisclosed illness. Full photographic coverage from the NYC show can now be viewed in this post.

Over the spring, Discharge unleashed their seventh studio album and first LP in 8 years, End of Days, via Nuclear Blast. The new effort has spawned hits such as “Hatebomb,” “New World Order” and “Raped and Pillaged,” which you can listen to after the gallery.

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Monday, October 17th, 2016 at 6:22 pm

Felix Martin dropping new LP; going on fall tour (w/ NYC date)


Guitar expert Felix Martin will release a brand new (still untitled) full-length album, which he self-produced with Jamie King (Between The Buried And Me, Scale The Summit) handling mixing duties, in February of 2017. Felix describes the new effort as “clean, outside-the-box and inspired by my South American roots.” Pre-order info is coming soon.

Additionally, Martin will embark on a full headlining tour of the U.S. with support from proggy shredders The Fine Constant. The run kicks off next month with NY’s only stop going down in Queens at Blackthorn 51 on November 9 [tix]. The tour also hits nearby Clifton, NJ — check out all confirmed dates (w/ more tba) and stream some tunes below.


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Monday, October 17th, 2016 at 5:52 pm

NYC area concert listings for – Oct. 17 – 23, 2016

A Wilhelm Scream plays The Studio at Webster Hall on Thursday…

Stay up-to-date with our list of rock and metal shows going down in NYC & LI this week!

10/17 – Pink Mass, Pisskvlt, Haunt, Black Urn @ Saint Vitus [tix]

10/17 – Switchfoot, Relient K @ PlayStation Theater [tix]

10/18 – “Shred for Your Life” event @ Webster Hall [tix]

10/18 – Failure @ Webster Hall [tix]

10/18 – Low Anxiety, Bloodless, Mala Vista, The Sharp Shadows @ Goldsounds [tix]

10/18 – mewithoutYou, Needle Points @ Knitting Factory [tix]

10/18 – The Ricecookers, August On Sunday, It Came From Space, The Emperor of Ice Cream @ Goldsounds [tix]

10/19 – Cremation Lily, Shredded Nerve, Plague Mother, E-Saggila, V Sinclair @ Trans Pecos [tix]

10/19 – Enuff Z’Nuff, Prisoners of New York, FerreTT, Tempt @ Saint Vitus [tix]

10/19 – Nothing But Thieves, July Talk, The Wrecks @ Irving Plaza [tix]

10/19 – The Devil Wears Prada, Memphis May Fire, Silverstein, Like Moths to Flames @ Webster Hall [tix]

10/20 – A Wilhelm Scream, La Armada, All Torn Up, Ache @ The Studio at Webster Hall [tix]

10/20 – Daughters, Bambara, Jaye Jayle @ Saint Vitus [sold out!]

10/20 – Pennywise, Strung Out, Unwritten Law, Runaway Kids @ Irving Plaza [tix]

10/20 – Pretty Boy Floyd @ Blackthorn 51 [tix]

10/21 – Daughters, Pop. 1280, Jaye Jayle @ Saint Vitus [tix]

10/21 – MakeWar, The Decline, Hot Knife, SteveO & the Crippling Addictions @ Goldsounds [tix]

10/21 – Satan, Cauldron, Sanhedrin @ Marlin Room at Webster Hall [tix]

10/22 – Bangladeafy, Sargasm, Consonance, Transience @ Village Pub [tix at the door]

10/22 – Dream Theater @ The Capitol Theatre [tix]

10/22 – Judas Priestess @ Blackthorn 51 [tix]

10/22 – Kore Rozzik, Wildstreet, Anaka, Bandita @ Gramercy Theatre [tix]

10/22 – Red Hare, Second Letter, Your 33 Black Angels @ Saint Vitus [tix]

10/22 – The Wonder Years, Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, Moose Blood, Seaway @ Webster Hall [sold out!]

10/22 – Valence @ Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre (late show: 10:30pm) [free!]

10/23 – Goes Cube, Primitive Weapons, Descender @ Saint Vitus [tix]

10/23 – Gojira, Teseract, Car Bomb @ Terminal 5 [tix]

10/23 – Grim Reaper @ The Marlin Room at Webster Hall [tix]

10/23 – The Garden, So Pitted, Heyrocco @ The Studio at Webster Hall [tix]

10/23 – The Wonder Years, Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, Moose Blood, Seaway @ Webster Hall [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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Friday, October 14th, 2016 at 10:50 pm

Mac Sabbath, Metalachi & Okilly Dokilly going on 2017 U.S tour (w/ NY gigs)

Mac Sabbath live at Gramercy Theatre last month…

Parody metal acts Mac Sabbath (fast food-themed Black Sabbath tribute band), Metalachi (mariachi influenced headbangers) and Okilly Dokilly (a bunch of dudes who really like the character “Ned Flanders” from “The Simpsons”) will be joining up in early 2017 for a full-blown U.S. tour being dubbed “The Mockstrosity Tour.” The 22-date trip, also being called the “heavy-metal-shtick trifecta,” kicks off in early March in Omaha, NE and runs through early April in San Diego, CA.

New York stops on the trek include Buffalo at Tralf Music Hall on March 23 [tix tba], Syracuse at The Westcott Theater on March 24 [tix tba] and Manhattan at Le Poisson Rouge on March 29 [tix]. The circus also hits nearby-ish markets Worcester, MA, Montclair, NJ and Richmond, VA.

Check out all announced tour dates, plus stream the official teaser clip and tunes from all three bands, below…


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Wednesday, October 12th, 2016 at 5:28 pm

Photos: Symphony X brought their “Underworld” tour to Gramercy Theatre (10/5)



New Jersey’s own progressive metal experts Symphony X recently concluded a string of North American headlining tour dates, which kicked off at Philly’s Trocadero late last month and came to a close at New York City’s Gramercy Theatre a week ago today (10/5). The mini-tour saw Symphony X dish out a full performance of their latest studio record on Nuclear Blast, Underworld, as well as a handful of hits from their V: The New Mythology Suite, Paradise Lost and The Divine Wings of Tragedy LPs.

Right before the band’s last song, vocalist Russell Allen asked the crowd what song they wanted to hear, only to be bombarded with chants of “The Odyssey.” For obvious reasons (mainly because the track is 24-mins long) the band were not able to perform said song, though Russel promised to play it next time they are in town.

Next up for SX, they perform a grand show at The Metro Theatre in Sydney, Australia tonight (10/14). The guys have stated they will book more U.S. shows in 2017 (stay tuned).



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