Full Devil Jacket: Valley Of Bones

After a 12-year hiatus, Full Devil Jacket are back with their latest album, Valley Of Bones. The alternative rock band first formed in 1997 after meeting at a tattoo shop in Jackson, Tennessee. The group went by the name Voodoo Hippies before signing to Island/Def Jam Records. They then …

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Breaking Benjamin @ Wellmont Theater

MONTCLAIR, NJ—Breaking Benjamin continued their tour with a stop at the Wellmont Theater in Montclair. With English band Young Guns as their opening act, the show was packed with good vibes and nonstop energy.

Young Guns got the crowd hyped as they opened the show with their single “I Want …

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Halestorm @ The Stone Pony

ASBURY PARK, NJ— Halestorm proved they could hold their own with Stone Pony regulars at their sold-out Summer Stage show. Playing under the misty Asbury Park night sky, the atmosphere complemented the riffs and powerful vocals from frontwoman Lzzy Hale.

Ohio’s Star Set and New York’s The Pretty Reckless opened …

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Monster Energy Supercross @ MetLife Stadium

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ—Another year of Supercross has come and gone at MetLife Stadium. The motocross sport started in Anaheim, CA in January and has finally made its way to East Rutherford, NJ for the penultimate race before finishing in Las Vegas on May 2.

For the first time ever at …

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An Interview with Volbeat: Nonstop For These Gentlemen

With their distinctive vocals and melodies, Volbeat is one band that’s hard to ignore. The Danish heavy metal band has been around for over a decade and has the fanbase to show for it. They’ve spent years on the road touring with bands including Metallica, Megadeth and Slayer.

Their fifth …

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Black N’ Blue Bowl: Hardcore NYC

Formally known as The Superbowl of Hardcore, the Black N’ Blue Bowl is back in town. The now two-day event has been around NYC since the early ’80s and played an important part in the hardcore and punk scene. Since then, the Black N’ Blue Bowl has continued to attract …

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Rival Sons: Hard Rock And Soul

Bringing together the right amounts of both blues and hard rock, Rival Sons have been compared to bands such as Led Zeppelin, Bad Company and The Doors. Their recently released album, Great Western Valkyrie, will make any classic rock fan feel nostalgic. Songs like “Open My Eyes” and “Secret” …

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Blues Traveler: Harmonicas And Good Vibes

What originally started as a high school garage band from Princeton, NJ, Blues Traveler has come a long way in the past 20 years. This jam band is known for their diverse styles of music including blues, folk rock and soul. They first rose to mainstream fame with their hit …

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Armored Saint: Still Winning

In 1982, Armored Saint was formed by a group of high schoolers. Over two decades later, the band is still going strong and gearing to release their newest record. Win Hands Down is set to be released in early June and packed with heavy metal hits fans have eagerly been …

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Fireships: Living The Dream

Fireships, the folk indie band from Brooklyn, are New York’s latest export. The group has already acquired a sizable following, and their newly released self-titled debut album has been highly anticipated. Each song on the album tells a detailed story of heartache or frustration. With lyrics like, “Your sad …

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