The Slipknot frontman streamed a full production show from The Forum in Los Angeles.
Eilish also used the tour’s kick-off to make a powerful statement about body-shaming.
Mr. Bungle played to a packed house at Brooklyn Steel, performing cover tunes and songs from their ’80s demo.
Complete with a full performance of the 1976 album.
The Radiohead performed songs from his upcoming debut solo album, Earth.
Los Angeles rockers Dirty Honey brought their “Rolling 7s Tour” to Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory.
Mike Patton kicked off the show by singing “Won’t You Be My Neighbor”.
See photos from Clutch’s show at Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey, on December 30th.
The emo mainstays prove the seven year-wait was worth it.
The first of two warm-up gigs took place Monday night at New York’s Bowery Ballroom.
Slayer’s farewell tour stopped at the “World’s Most Famous Arena” on November 9th.
The goth-rock purveyors performed a 15-song set consisting of covers, rarities, and fan favorites.