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  • Rob Zombie Killed A Sold Out Starland Ballroom

    When certain bands announce they’re touring I immediately look to see what the closest venue to me they’re playing. Rob Zombie is one of those so when he announced dates earlier this year I jumped at the Starland Ballroom show. Of course as the date drew near I began to realize that Starland Ballroom, a great ...
  • Crobot and Anthrax Rocked NYC

    Summer is here and so is the summer concert season. The months where live shows run rampant and we all get over our winter cabin fever. Which is ironic since I bought my tickets for Crobot, Anthrax, and Volbeat in October as winter began to creep in. But it was a great way to start. I ...
  • Daredevil Is The Series To Be Seen

    Over the years comic books have been turned into TV shows, animated series’, and movies more times than most of us can count. And sadly throughout the years we’ve been disappointed by the adaptions. Always something that ruined what so many have come to love because a writer or director sees it differently than the ...
  • Adrenaline Mob and Killcode Rocked Revolution

    This past weekend my official concert year began and it’s looking to be a long one. With AC/DC, Rob Zombie, and Mayhem Festival to just name a few that are already on my schedule I knew that seeing Killcode and Adrenaline Mob together at Revolution in Amityville was the perfect start. It’s been a while since ...
  • Periphery Gives Their Fans A Juggernaut

    There are definitely too many bands to keep track of when you are in the music industry. I’ve often come into a band many albums after they first made their start just due to sheer numbers of bands I’m keeping up with between big label names we all know, newer label names, and locals aiming ...
  • Nothing More Should Not Be Missed

    Nowadays there are a ton of ways bands can get noticed. Whether it’s social media, satellite radio, Internet radio, word of mouth or regular radio the possibilities are there. And there’s still the good old way of being seen on the stage as an opening band on a big headliners tour (still my preferred way ...

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