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COMMENTARY - 04/22/2020
Quarantine Jams 4/22/2020
This is a new article series in which I do quick spotlights on 3 or 4 albums that I've been personally listening to. First of many!
COMMENTARY - 02/12/2020
Holy Fawn Played Starland Ballroom
Four creatures made loud heavy pretty noises while opening for Thrice on their Vheissu tour
COMMENTARY - 12/10/2019
Bryan Batiste's Top Records Of 2019
My favorite records of the year listed in no particular order. Check it out!
COMMENTARY - 09/10/2019
Ceremony Played Union Transfer
Ceremony rolled through Philly last night on their tour in support of Into The Spirit World Now.
COMMENTARY - 07/22/2019
Baroness and Torche Enlightened Lancaster
When I saw Baroness was coming to the Chameleon Club near my home in Lancaster, PA, I started working on my excuse for passing up seeing one of my favorite bands.
COMMENTARY - 06/13/2019
Spirit Adrift Rocked Saint Vitus
The Arizona metal act pummeled the Brooklyn crowd with tracks off of their newest album, Divided By Darkness
COMMENTARY - 06/03/2019
The Bash Festival Took Over NJ
Craft beer and punk rock joined forces for a stellar day of drinking and music in NJ.
COMMENTARY - 05/19/2019
Wear Your Wounds Played Saint Vitus
The solo project from Converge frontman Jacob Bannon is a fully realized band now, and they played a bunch of material from their upcoming record, Rust On The Gates Of Heaven.
COMMENTARY - 11/06/2018
Unearth Incinerated Voltage Lounge
Unearth are out on tour in support of their upcoming record Extinction(s), and last night the Massachusetts metal vets descended upon Voltage Lounge.
COMMENTARY - 10/18/2018
Terror And Harms Way Played Voltage Lounge With A Stacked Lineup
On the final night of the Total Retaliation Tour, Terror and Harms Way headlined a PACKED show at Voltage Lounge in Philly.
COMMENTARY - 10/15/2018
Every Time I Die Destroyed What Was Left Of Saint Vitus
Concluding their 5 show run in the NYC area, Buffalo hardcore daddies Every Time I Die performed an intense, sweaty set at Saint Vitus
COMMENTARY - 10/10/2018
Culture Abuse & Gouge Away Played Voltage Lounge
Supporting their new records, Culture Abuse & Gouge Away played Voltage Lounge last night in Philly.
COMMENTARY - 09/24/2018
Emma Ruth Rundle & Jaye Jayle Played Saint Vitus
I descended upon Saint Vitus in Brooklyn to check out Emma Ruth Rundle's headline tour.
COMMENTARY - 11/06/2017
Live Reviews: Soulfly doing Nailbomb, GWAR - Blood Of The Gods Tour!
So recently, thanks to a partnership with the The Voltage Lounge and The Trocadero, Stereokiller was invited to check both Soulfly performing Nailbomb’s classic record, Point Blank on 10/23, as well as the Antarctic Monster Gods, GWAR as they return to the Troc 10/29 after a period of 2 decades since their last stop at the iconic venue. Here’s what we thought of the shows.
COMMENTARY - 11/06/2014
Stereokiller Interviews Pallbearer
Last week Pallbearer made a stop at the Metro Gallery in Baltimore for their tour with Tombs and Vattnet Viskar. Stereokiller was able to sit down and chat for a few minutes with bassist Joseph D. Rowland to discuss the bands current tour, Arkansas and an upcoming tour rumor.
COMMENTARY - 10/14/2014
The 10 Worst Photos From King Diamond In Silver Spring, MD
When King Diamond’s North American tour was announced early this summer, I was immediately excited. I’ve long been a Mercyful Fate/King Diamond fan so the opportunity to finally see the King in action was a godsend.
COMMENTARY - 05/01/2014
Emmure vs Attila: Contest For Worst Shirt Design
Down-tuned chud bands Emmure and Attila have each independently released horrid merch designs. Which one is worse? You be the judge.
COMMENTARY - 07/17/2012
The Rest of the Fests
Stereokiller.com presents a both factual and commentary based guide to some of the prominent music festivals that remain in the second half of 2012.
COMMENTARY - 07/16/2012
Three albums that do not suck - 6/16/2012
This is the first installment of the new weekly article series "3 albums that do not suck". I understand that we already do reviews, this is more of a way to spotlight albums that I think stand head and shoulders above the rest of the dreck we receive on a weekly basis. This week I chose "Baroness - Yellow & Green", "Xibalba - Hasta La Muerte", and "Windfaerer - Solar" - three great albums.