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IDLES – ‘CRAWLER’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Tom Ham Ever since Bristol’s IDLES rushed to widespread acclaim with their second album Joy as an Act of Resistance back in 2018, they have arguably remained the most important band within the so-called post-punk revival. Like so many other groups, they are returning from the pandemic as a more reflective and wiser band, which… Read more

Ice Nine Kills – ‘The Silver Scream 2: Welcome to Horrorwood’ Album Review

Photo Credit: F Scott Schafer There have been rock songs inspired by horror movies going at least back to “Monster Mash”, Bobby “Boris” Pickett’s 1962 classic, while horror imagery and themes have always played a major role in heavy metal, going back to Black Sabbath’s early days (and obviously through artists like Alice Cooper). However,… Read more

2000s Throwback Gallery: Vans Warped Tour 2007

Vans Warped Tour 2007 at the Tweeter Center Camden, New Jersey Chiodos Funeral for a Friend Killswitch Engage New Found Glory Paramore The Starting Line Photography by: Steve Trager

2000s Throwback Gallery: Projekt Revolution Tour 2007

Projekt Revolution Tour 2007 at the Tweeter Center Camden, New Jersey Fort Minor H.I.M. Linkin Park My Chemical Romance Saosin Taking Back Sunday Photography by: Steve Trager

2000s Throwback Gallery: Vans Warped Tour 2005

Vans Warped Tour 2005 at the Tweeter Center Camden, New Jersey Atreyu Avenged Sevenfold Dropkick Murphys Fall Out Boy My Chemical Romance Story of the Year The Starting Line Photography by: Steve Trager

2000s Throwback Gallery: Vans Warped Tour 2004

Vans Warped Tour 2004 at the Tweeter Center Camden, New Jersey Bad Religion Billy Talent Coheed and Cambria New Found Glory NOFX Sugarcult Tiger Army Photography by: Steve Trager

2000s Throwback Gallery: Vans Warped Tour 2002

Vans Warped Tour 2002 at the Tweeter Center Camden, New Jersey Flogging Molly New Found Glory NOFX The Mighty Mighty Bosstones Thursday Photography by: Steve Trager

A Day To Remember – ‘You’re Welcome’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Jimmy Fontaine Calling an album You’re Welcome, a title that essentially suggests that the band expects everyone to thank them for it, takes either a sizable amount of overconfidence or a very well honed sense of irony. It’s a bit hard to determine just which of the two it is in the case… Read more