Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie brought their Twins of Evil tour to Ottawa this Friday.
Slayer are going out with a bang.
The thrash metal icons are embarking on their final tour – accompanied by an all-star line-up of some of the finest thrash and death acts on the scene.
Jonas Åkerlund’s Lords of Chaos is a hyper-violent rock biopic that provides an intimate (and perhaps revisionist) take on notorious black metal band Mayhem.
Seminal thrash metal band Voivod celebrated their first-ever JUNO win with a wicked show that had fans moshing in the middle of a trendy London restaurant.
JUNOfest kicked off in London, Ontario last night as the city ramps up to host the 2019 JUNO Awards, with Canadian bands taking the stage at small venues across the city.
London’s Old East 765 showcased a sprawling (and very heavy) set of progressive death metal by JUNO nominees Beyond Creation.
Firepower, the latest offering from heavy metal pioneers Judas Priest, is nothing short of epic.
The only Ontario stop of Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie’s Twins of Evil tour was one sibling short, but still a ghoulishly good time.
Bluesfest went out with a power chord, with punk headliners Rise Against following a diverse line-up of Canadian rock bands on the festival’s final night.
Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach rocked a sold-out crowd at Barrymore’s on Wednesday.
Diemonds and Pigeon Park brought their cross-Canada tour to Ottawa’s House of TARG for a night of earth-rattling hard rock.