WildStreet was a successful way to conclude an evening that supported local artists, and promoting the Hate the Hate cause. With all of the positivity and entertainment Kore Fest 6 had, who knows what surprises we will endure at next year’s Kore Fest 7.
Despite the hectic weather conditions and being a working Monday, fans of the brutal and Legendary Napalm Death gathered at a packed Gramercy Theater. Also in the line up the master musicians in Voivod and the young and raw energy of Iron Reagan.
Melodic Death Metallers Dark Tranquility had announced this early North American tour way back in the summer of last year. Talk about future planning head.
Moonspell takes over and brings an aura of darkness and haunting melodies that has made them a staple of the genre
Russian pagan/folk metallers ARKONA began their North America leg of their world tour with a live performance at the Gramercy Theater this past October 29th. The warriors are supporting their new record titled “Decade of Glory” which was released earlier this year. Arkona’s lyrics are heavily influenced by Russian folklore and Slavic mythology, and their music incorporates several traditional Russian musical instruments. The name of the band Arkona refers to the last pagan Slavic city-castle.
Deicide’s setlist had some of their best work ’til date. Right before the chaos ended there was a subtle warning from Glen Benton , hinting at them no longer performing a lot of their old material as the “new album is that good
Anathema, Alcest and Mamiffer at Gramercy Theater, NYC on September 14th, 2013
Chimaira, The Browning, Threat Signal live at Gramercy Theatre, Aug 21st, 2013