Amon Amarth @ Irving Plaza

NEW YORK, NY—As a soon-to-be college grad I’ve been having severe withdrawal from loud noises. The never-ending shushing in libraries and even in my own house from roommates with papers and projects has left me...

The Killers @ PNC Bank Arts Center

HOLMDEL, NJ—Walking to a venue most people would feel excited to get a chance to hear some good live music, or at least that’s what they’re paying for. Some get there early; others make it just in time to see ...
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Mudvayne @ The Webster

HARTFORD, CT—You kind of know you’re watching a show in Connecticut when an hour and a half after doors open the line to get in has barely moved. The Webster is a bit deceiving; I was expecting a Knitting Factory-sized place, maybe enough for 100 or so people, which had me wondering how bad Mudvayne did on record sales their last album out. Luckily they didn’t do too badly.
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In Flames / Gojira @ Terminal 5

NEW YORK, NY—Walking past retail stores with every inch of window space conquered by red and green I was starting to feel the excitement as I got closer to the venue. It had been years since the last time I sa...
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Eisley @ Maxwell’s

HOBOKEN, NJ – The excitement of going to Maxwell’s for the first time made me forget about how horrible parking is in Hoboken. Despite my attempts at avoiding the parking garage, I was left with no choice. ...
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Devildriver / Napalm Death @ BB Kings

NEW YORK, NY—No matter how many times I see a show in NYC, I still can’t get over how good a turnout metal gets. Walking down to Times Square you see the typical tourists and the millions of people that are th...