Duuuude, I would go to pretty much every gig at this place…if it wasn’t in Detroit. As it stands, I was in town to see Church of Misery, a band that would have played Canada a few years ago, were it not for a U.S. government shutdown.
Italian progressive sludge/doom outfit Ufomammut has been around for 20 years now…and until last night, I had only seen ’em once, back in 2015.
Uncle Acid put on a pretty solid set focused on their most recent record, Wasteland. They also made full use of the former movie theatre’s setup, with a full video backdrop throughout their set…
I know it’s only February, but this might be the best bill, from top to bottom, I’ll see all year.
Coming in just under the wire, Gruesome Greg shares his top concerts of 2018.
Windhand and Satan’s Satyrs are two of Virginia’s finest exports, and I definitely don’t mind seeing them on the same stage for the second time.
This was the first concert I’ve been to post-legalization, so it was only fitting that Clutch opened their set with “The Mob Goes Wild”
Monster Magnet kicked off their North American tour last night with a long-awaited Toronto date — I’m not sure they’ve been to Hogtown since I moved here in ’05.
Quick question: When was the last time Wino played Toronto?
Tribulation is a Swedish dark metal quartet with four albums under its belt…but I hadn’t heard of them until very recently. I guess it shows how allergic to corpse paint I am.