Children of Bodom brought their "I Worship Chaos Tour" to San Francisco's Regency Ballroom in support of their 2015 release (I Worship Chaos) for a Monday night full of metal. with Abbath, Exmortus, and Oni.
Sumerian Records brought their "10 Years In The Black" Tour to San Francisco's Regency Ballroom for what can best be described as the "Sumerian Sampler." With five bands from the label ripping through 25-30 minute sets, the kids a
Sum 41 is back with a new record (13 Voices) and their first tour across America in 4 years. Made even more special by the return of original guitarist Dave "Brownsound" Baksh for his first outing with the band in 12 years, the "D
With a new album and a farewell tour, The Dillinger Escape Plan are going out on the top of their game. A rainy Thursday night found them at Berkeley, California's UC Theater. While openers along with Entheos, Cult Leader and O'B
It's been a long 12 years for Descendents fans waiting for the follow up to 2004's Cool To Be You but Hypercaffium Spazzinate has proven well worth the wait. And as if a new album wasn't enough to placate fans, Descendents are als
Haven't heard of The Federal Empire yet? Well now you have and, in all likelihood, you'll be hearing a lot more. The Los Angeles based trio was founded by Chad Wolf of Carolina Liar fame who is joined by McKay Stevens on synths an
Killswitch Engage + Exodus + San Francisco ... a potent combination for sure. Throw in a couple of recent stellar releases from each band and a crazy opener in Unearth (who unfortunately skipped their customary on-stage beer bong
Despite the fact that they hail from about 80 miles to the east, the San Francisco Bay Area has always brought the love for Deftones the way they would for any mega hometown band. So when it came town for a return visit in suppor
It's been nearly two years since the release of .5: The Gray Chapter and Slipknot shows no sign of easing up. Even an unplanned spinal surgery on the part of Corey Taylor barely caused a blip in their touring plans, resulting in o
Bay Area fans of They Might Be Giants were no doubt disappointed when the band's March show at Berkeley's soon-to-be-opened UC Theater was abruptly canceled at the last minute. So how does a quality act make it up to their fans?