Ice Nine Kills welcomes Fargo to Horrorwood Saturday night at the Sanctuary Event Center.
The Maryland post-hardcore band, Savage Hands, are set to release their debut album at the end of the month.
Metal titans, Slayer, said ‘goodnight’ to Fargo one last time Sunday evening on their farewell tour, “The Final Campaign” at the FargoDome.
Dropping tomorrow via Listenable Records, On The Rise, is a bluesy rock collection by the Spanish quintet Imperial Jade. With praises across Europe, we would like to add in a bit of positivity from America as well!
For fans of The Queens of the Stone Age we have the rock band Wolf Jaw’s upcoming album The Heart Won’t Listen up for review.
A Killer’s Confession, fronted by Waylon Reavis who is previously known for his work with MUSHROOMHEAD, are releasing their second studio album The Indifference Of Good Men next week on the 18th and we have an exclusive review to give you all the low down.
Ghost brought their theatrics to the Scheels Arena in Fargo, ND with Nothing More Friday night.
On tour with Dropkick Murphys, Clutch hit the chilly Bluestem Amphitheater stage in Moorhead, MN.
We all love to throwback and rock out to the music of our angsty youth. Dilworth, MN got to do just that Friday night with Red Jumpsuit Apparatus at the TAK.
Incubus played a sold out show with Red Sun Rising in Moorhead Minnesota at the Bluestem Amphitheater Saturday night.
I ventured to my first show at the Windbreak here in Fargo, ND Wednesday night and honestly my initial thought was “Why?”. A bar next door to a truck stop, with paper thin walls adjacent to the stop’s restaurant doesn’t seem like the ideal location for a rock concert. Anyone parked hoping to catch a quick nap was in for a rough time when Adelitas Way rolled in with Savage After Midnight and Taking Dawn.
A night of nostolgia last night in Detroit Lakes as Eve 6 and SmashMouth rocked the 2019 Bash on the Beach stage.
The rock scene has been saturated lately with pirotechniques and flashy laser shows, but that doesn’t always mean you are going to have a good time. Some of the most fun comes from keeping it simple and playing it heavy! Canadian rock band, Royal Tusk, got the memo and showed the Aquarium how to have a little extra fun without all of the added fluff.
It’s been a hot minute since Fargo was graced with a Wayland performance, last time being when they opened for Hinder at the Fargo Theatre. It was a treat to have them back this past Sunday night at The Aquarium, playing an intimate show for a small Father’s Day crowd.
Thursday night isn’t a night you would typically expect it to get loud in a small hotel bar, but I don’t think you could listen to a band like The Knotties without the volume up.