Concert Review: Gemini Syndrome In San Diego, California!

(TRR) Gemini Syndrome played the Brick By Brick in San Diego, California on February 1, 2017. On a day off from their supporting slot on the Starset tour, the band had a rare chance to headline their own show. Passionate fans, lovingly known as “Synners”, were treated to a full set, … Continue reading

BEHIND CLOSED DOORS – A CONVERSATION WITH MATT DIRITO OF POP EVIL

Recently, I sat down with Pop Evil bassist Matt DiRito on the band’s tour bus for an in-depth interview about the state of Pop. With the exception of a short break over the holidays, the band has been on tour relentlessly for the past two years. With 2014 in it’s infancy, the band is … Continue reading

STONE SOUR AND POP EVIL SHOW NO SIGNS OF SLOWING DOWN ON 2014 U.S. TOUR

Heavy rockers Stone Sour and Pop Evil are two of rock’s hardest working bands, both in and out of the studio. It’s only fitting that these two juggernauts get together and hit the road for a hard-hitting U.S. run. Both bands are basking in the success of recent albums, and have been on the … Continue reading

Jonny Lang showing his soul on 2013 World Tour

Grammy Award-winning blues rocker Jonny Lang is showing his soul to the world in his 2013 world tour. A few days ago, Jonny brought his raw brand of blues to The Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA and rocked out for another packed house. From the moment he walked on stage, Lang … Continue reading

KORN KICK OFF FIRST LEG OF 2013 PARADIGM SHIFT TOUR WITH ASKING ALEXANDRIA AND LOVE AND DEATH

Nu-metal godfathers Korn have begun the first leg of their 2013 Paradigm Shift Tour. The exclusive run kicked off last night at The Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA. The 9-date trek are the first shows in support of their upcoming album, The Paradigm Shift, which drops on October 8 via Prospect Park Records. … Continue reading

THE AMERICAN WAY – BUDWEISER MADE IN AMERICA FESTIVAL 2013 IN REVIEW

As the 2nd annual installment of the Budweiser Made In America Festival was starting to wind down on Sunday, September 1, Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme made the statement of the weekend: “Well, Philly, it’s goddamn good to see ya.” It was certainly good to see Queens of the Stone Age back in … Continue reading