Chron Goblin and Black Mastiff are two of the longest-running heavy rock bands in Alberta, if not all of Canada, with around 20 years of history between them.
Earthless psych-rocked the house at a sparsely attended Tuesday night show in Toronto.
Last weekend, the place to be was south of the border, as Acid King brought their Busse Woods 20th anniversary tour to Buffalo’s Mohawk Place
Brant Bjork used to be a summertime staple in Toronto. Back when NXNE took over every live music venue in town, he would play here once a year…
I’d been looking forward to this gig as soon as it was announced. Underground doom metal legends Pagan Altar — on a Saturday, no less — supported by three of the biggest names in Canadian doom.
You knew this one was gonna be special. Ending a two-year hiatus, Truckfighters announced that their 2019 tour would feature their seminal debut Gravity X, played in its entirety…
It was not so long ago that a Neurosis concert in Toronto was a rare occasion — but lately, they’ve become much more frequent. In fact, I can now say that I’ve seen ’em four times in the last six years…
This was Khemmis’ first headlining Toronto appearance — and my first time seeing them live.
While Conan unleashed the biggest mosh pit of the entire festival, and Toke might have been one of the top five bands I’ve seen throughout the weekend, many could feel the sense of finality and dread of returning to reality on Monday.
Arguably the talk of the entire festival was Pentagram playing a homecoming, headlining set on Saturday night.