A serene Band of Horses revisit Milwaukee

Band of Horses played a half-ballroom performance for a enthusiastic Milwaukee crowd. The tour supports their most recent release Why Are You OK. A lengthy setlist was inclusive of the new album as well as hits dating back “The Funeral”.

Regrouped and revitalized, Thrice returns to music and Milwaukee

Hiatus or breakup, the last time around it was as if Thrice wouldn’t be returning for good. Fast forward a few years and out of nowhere the heavily melodic alt-rock group hit with To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere and a tour to top it off.

Breaking Benjamin, intimate and unplugged in Milwaukee

Breaking Benjamin’s latest, Dark Before Dawn, shook things up for the status of rock on the Billboard 200 last summer. Charting quickly to number #1, the bands newest album since 2009 was received wildly amongst fans, translating into constant touring since last summer.

Weezer, Glass Animals play Big Snow Show 10

Glass Animals made their second visit to the Brew City for a not so snowy, although sold out, Big Snow Show X.

Korn celebrates 21 years with debut album in Milwaukee

In a year of anniversaries, celebrations, and final tours, Korn adds themselves to the list reaching 21 years since the release of the self-titled debut Korn in 1994. The success of the original 20th anniversary shows prompted a quick October tour where fans got a full rundown of the entirety of Korn as well as a wider […]

Social Distortion celebrate 25 years of ‘Social Distortion’

Social Distortion is celebrating something special. It’s been 25 years since the release of their highly popular self-titled album Social Distortion and the tour celebrates that in a special way.

The Rave party with pop-powerhouses Charli XCX & Bleachers

Well known for singles “Boom Clap” and “Break the Rules” and early-career features on Icona Pop’s “I Love It” and Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy”, Charli XCX headlined The Rave with pop-punk-like glee. The “Charli and Jack Do America” tour also features Bleachers, spearheaded by Jack Antonoff of Fun.

Rob Zombie performs for enthralled Milwaukee audience

Due to soon release a sixth and self-described “best album yet”, the intimidating and audacious industrial heavy metal staple Rob Zombie has fired up his Super Monster Sex Action tour to stir up some gleeing diehard fans.

Mastodon & Clutch shell out roaring Milwaukee performance

Two familiar names in the progressive-rock arena returned to the Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee. Mastodon and Clutch, a distinctive match for a co-headlining tour, are best known for their edgier take on rock and high intensity live performances.

August Burns Red rattles Milwaukee’s Eagles Club

Metalcore powerhouse and Milwaukee favorite, August Burns Red, returned to The Rave/Eagles Club breaking a bit of a dry spell for the genre in the area.

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