Our debut album would have a different kind of darkness and apocalyptic feeling to it where as Epitaph is much more emotive.
The Faceless finally make their long-awaited Irish debut. The setlist kicks off with a 1-2-3 of the opening tracks from their 2012 album Autotheism
Riot Fest was probably the best possible way for me to finally crawl out of that rock I’d been living under.
A band that has enjoyed as much worldwide success and acclaim as EPICA should have every right to rest on their laurels…
This event was to be the warm up gig for Saxon’s UK tour with Motorhead and Girlschool.
On July 31st Potsville PA.’s Crobot brought their “Drunk As Shit” Tour to the Q&Z Expo Center in Ringle WI., a small rural community of about 1700 in north central WI. When you think of live music a re-purposed grade school “in the middle of nowhere” probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind, but maybe it should be, because Q&Z has been attracting an impressive array of national acts of as of late.
Album number 2 is well on it’s way now, I’d say we have about half of it written so far and we’re all very happy with it so far.
As I approached the Prog stage about 15 minutes before Ian Anderson was scheduled to perform, an eager audience had already started to assemble creating the biggest crowd the stage had seen so far that day. Following hours of rain, it had dried up at last and we dared to hope it would stay that way.
If you saw the members of Clutch off stage you probably wouldn’t give them a second look. The four Maryland natives look like any other middle aged guys you might run into at the grocery store or see picking up the kids from school, but maybe that’s part of their appeal. There’s no rock star posturing, just high energy music that rocks hard, but never compromises it’s greasy groove.
This is an example of a gallery post. Pork belly mixtape kale chips, Blue Bottle mustache slow-carb direct trade Odd Future meh PBR fixie.