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Newsted | April 20, 2013
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19 April

Newsted | April 20, 2013

Newsted’s back! I’m sure that some would argue that with all of his post-Metallica projects over the years … Echobrain, Ozzy, Voidvod, Papa Wheelie, painting (rumor has it that there’s...
O.M.D. | April 12, 2013
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14 April

O.M.D. | April 12, 2013

Why travel to Coachella and fight the crowds when you can stay home in the Bay Area and benefit from spill-over shows and a material decline in the hipster population?...
Metal Alliance Tour | March 28, 2013
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30 March

Metal Alliance Tour | March 28, 2013

The Metal Alliance Tour tore through San Francisco Thursday night with a show at the Regency Ballroom. With Anthrax headlining and support from two Bay Area heavyweights, Exodus and High On Fire, it should come as no surprise that
Steel Panther | March 23, 2013
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26 March

Steel Panther | March 23, 2013

There's no party quite like a Steel Panther party ... boozed-fueled middle-agers reliving their glory days, animal-print spandex, teased hair (mostly fake) and plenty of women willing to bare their breasts in front of 1,200-ish st
Imagine Dragons | March 16, 2013
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18 March

Imagine Dragons | March 16, 2013

If a band's success was measured by the number of people selling bootleg t-shirts outside their shows, Imagine Dragons would be considered well on
Flogging Molly | March 9, 2013
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11 March

Flogging Molly | March 9, 2013

Flogging Molly brought the "Green 17 Tour," an annual holiday celebration of all things Irish, to a sold-out crowd at Oakland's Fox Theater for the fou
Black Veil Brides | March 8, 2013
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09 March

Black Veil Brides | March 8, 2013

Black Veil Brides hit San Francisco's Regency Ballroom on their "Church of the Wild Ones Tour," headlining in support of their latest release,
The Used | February 26, 2013
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28 February

The Used | February 26, 2013

The Take Action Tour 2013 is nearing an end but not before hitting San Francisco's The Fillmore with four bands, six lead singers and a portion of the proceeds going to the It

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