On stage, the performance is enthusiastic and impeccable in its delivery, and the seasoned musicians show no signs of weariness.
As soundchecks go, there’s no half-arsed check of instrumentation, the band run through both old and new material, the latter giving us an insight into what to expect later this year.
Talas is back with its V2 line-up, and a run of shows through New York State has them playing six nights, finishing up with this sold-out show just outside Billy’s hometown of Buffalo, NY
We aren’t exactly sure how it happened but, despite ending night one at around 7 am, we somehow made it to see Gloryhammer open up the Pool Deck at 10:00 AM
Words and Pictures: Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media There’s more than a hint of all of the bands that I grew up listening to on both the studio output and live performances from The Struts. All too often we are faced with live bands these days that are technically proficient and yes, they may even […]
Live Report and Photos by: Zenae Zukowski Here at MyGlobalMind, this is our third year covering 70000tons of Metal. With that being said, three times is always a charm. On Round 9 of 70000tons of Metal, we covered more bands than ever (47 out of 60 and made it to a few double sets). However, […]
And in this “visual spectacular” era of legendary bands, its certainly one that is confident in its own skin and music that walks on to this cavernous stage with no backdrop, a minimal lighting rig
Not many bands today still embody the spirit of a Rock & Roll band, but Cheap Trick always hits the mark
Right from the start, you see this isn’t the same COC show from last year. ‘Stonebreaker’ kicks off the set, a song we haven’t heard them play live before. The only song off the new album ‘No Cross No Crown’ they played on the night was ‘Wolf Named Crow’
It’s a life achievement. It is a religion of vision. What else can we say? A piece of art, it’s a seventh wonder of the world.