QUEEN IT’S A KINDA MAGIC The long-running tribute show and full concert experience Queen – It’s A Kinda Magic will tour with its new cast through Western USA this Spring. The show recreates Queen’s 1986 World Tour concert, featuring over ...Read More »
This past fall, Swiss industrial black metal pioneers SAMAEL played a couple of select shows around ...
TILES Announces 25th Anniversary Show And Retirement Of Vocalist Paul Rarick; Band To Forge Onward With New Vocalist
Detroit-based progressive rock quartet TILES regretfully announce that longtime vocalist Paul Rarick...
Don’t Miss DIMEBASH at Observatory OC in Santa Ana, CA on January 25! Hosted by Sirius ...
Hello and Happy New Year to all you preferred pretty people of the pit! A brand-new year and your in...
Brace yourself, Fort Lauderdale! The Monster Energy Fort Rock Festival will take over its new home a...
San Diego rockers EARTHLESS To Release “Black Heaven” Album In March, ‘Gifted by the Wind’ single just released
EARTHLESS, the San Diego-based trio whose most recent release, the 2013 album “From The A...
German Instrumental Rockers LONG DISTANCE CALLING Release Video For New Song ‘Ascending’ From Upcoming Album ‘Boundless’
German instrumental rock powerhouse LONG DISTANCE CALLING recently announced the release of their si...
SANCTUARY, are granting fans that which the late, great Warrel Dane was tragically unable to pr...
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY Premieres ” The Luddite” Video From Their Just Released New Album ” No Cross No Crown”
“The Luddite”, the new video from CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, can be seen below. The s...
Ayreon Universe – “The Best of Ayreon Live” to be released on March 30 via Music Theories Recordings / Mascot Label Group
You knew it was coming… Only 6 months after the AYREON UNIVERSE took to the stage, Mascot Labe...
Normally, when multiple acts are on the bill, the opening act suffers a little from lack of audience. This was not the case with Frank Turner, who has a sizable cult following, and can easily fill the Crossroads, and most ...Read More »
As a psychedelic/electronica band, Infected Mushroom really cannot be described in words, or even photos. Without hearing them, it’s really hard to truly understand what to expect from their show; in fact, much of the spectacle comes from the audience, ...Read More »
When four young men were cast in the television roles of a struggling rock band inspired by The Beatles’ A Hard Day’s Night, few could have predicted the impact The Monkees would make on music and pop culture at large, ...Read More »
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Grinders has the best pizza in Kansas City. I don’t say this because I have a new advertiser, and it’s not a shameless attempt to get free food (unless Stretch happens ...Read More »
Though I was born in the early 80s, I grew up listening to a lot of Oldies, thanks to my mother’s love of them. One band I remember hearing on her rotation regularly was Herman’s Hermits. Though Peter Noone is ...Read More »
Though known mostly for the band which shares its name, Kansas has a long tradition of birthing great music, thanks in large part to its thriving Jazz community, Kansas has produced several bands, which never reached the iconic status they ...Read More »
Happy New Year! It’s been almost one year since Photos from the Pit has been launched, and it’s been quite a ride. I’ve almost gone full circle now. This time last year, I shot El Monstero at the Uptown Theater, ...Read More »
This is the big one, just in time for Christmas. There were no Christmas carols, 98.9 The Rock presenting A Twisted Xmas with Steel Panther, nobody seemed to mind. Known for their outrageous stage antics, over the top costumes and 80’s ...Read More »