The last time Kadavar came to Toronto was over five years ago, when they put on a solid 75-minute headlining set…and then we waited, and waited, and waited for them to come back.
Earthless psych-rocked the house at a sparsely attended Tuesday night show in Toronto.
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’ve lost count of how many times I’ve seen Boris over the years, but it’s always been at Lee’s Palace (except that one time, in Baltimore) and they always put on a good show.
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…
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.
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.
Black Tusk and Whores brought the energy up from Georgia to put a heavy end to the start of the week–with a solid supporting act straight outta Quebec!
Angel Witch has been an active outfit, more or less, since 1978…but they had never played Toronto until 2018.