Mr. Bungle played to a packed house at Brooklyn Steel, performing cover tunes and songs from their ’80s demo.
Los Angeles rockers Dirty Honey brought their “Rolling 7s Tour” to Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory.
The thrash metal band played a pair of sets featuring new and classic members to celebrate their iconic 1994 debut album.
The Bay Area thrash legends delighted fans at two sold-out gigs at Slim’s in San Francisco.
Blackwater Holylight provided support for the sold-out evening of massive riffs and methodical grooves.
Tool played a stellar set, but militant security proved distracting for the sold-out arena.
Slayer’s farewell tour stopped at the “World’s Most Famous Arena” on November 9th.
The Danish metal legend brought “The Institute Tour” to town with support from Idle Hands and Uncle Acid.
The acoustic “American Darkness Tour” presents the songstress at her most direct and affecting.
What could be The Original Misfits final show turned out to be a historic triumph.
The Brooklyn alt-metal band played an intimate show exactly 26 years after the release of their debut album.
The legendary British heavy metal band promised their biggest production ever and delivered just that during a second night in Brooklyn.