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    Ian Jane
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  • Pentagram - Live At The Knitting Factory, Brooklyn, NY, June 19th, 2019.

    Pentagram - Live At The Knitting Factory, Brooklyn, NY, June 19th, 2019.



    Hey, remember concerts? Concerts were fun. Covid-19 has kind of completely fucked concerts for the time being, who knows when we'll get to enjoy live music again, so with that in mind, why not relive past glories through pictures of concerts from days past? Let's do it!

    A mere seven months ago (it seems like an eternity at this point), the modern day version of Pentagram cruised through Brooklyn to play a show on June 19th at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg.
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  • Ian Jane
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  • Thor - Live At Dante's, Portland, Oregon, September 14, 2007.

    Thor - Live At Dante's, Portland, Oregon, September 14, 2007.


    Hey, remember concerts? Concerts were fun. Covid-19 has kind of completely fucked concerts for the time being, who knows when we'll get to enjoy live music again, so with that in mind, why not relive past glories through pictures of concerts from days past? Let's do it! A long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away known as Portland, Oregon, one Jon Mikl Thor - or just plain old Thor to the masses - played a show at Dante's, a club on West Burnside in the downtown area famous for o...
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  • Ian Jane
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  • Satan - Live At Saint Vitus, Brooklyn, New York, October 12, 2018.

    Satan - Live At Saint Vitus, Brooklyn, New York, October 12, 2018.



    Hey, remember concerts? Concerts were fun. Covid-19 has kind of completely fucked concerts for the time being, who knows when we'll get to enjoy live music again, so with that in mind, why not relive past glories through pictures of concerts from days past? Last week we looked back at some very fuzzy memories of the time Electric Eel Shock played Sabala's in Portland, Oregon on July 11th, 2006. Fourteen fucking years ago but this week, we don't need to set the time travel dial
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Electric Eel Shock, Live At Sabala's, Portland Oregon July 11th, 2006.

    Electric Eel Shock, Live At Sabala's, Portland Oregon July 11th, 2006.


    Hey, remember concerts? Concerts were fun. Covid-19 has kind of completely fucked concerts for the time being, who knows when we'll get to enjoy live music again, so with that in mind, why not relive past glories through pictures of concerts from days past? Let's start this off with some pictures and very, very fuzzy memories of the time Electric Eel Shock played Sabala's in Portland, Oregon, way back on July 11th, 2006. Fourteen fucking years ago. Anyway, here's a good rule...
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  • Ian Jane
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  • FEAR - Live At The Gramercy Theater, New York City, September 21st, 2018.

    FEAR - Live At The Gramercy Theater, New York City, September 21st, 2018.



    FEAR, celebrating their 40th anniversary with a tour that is, if not the original lineup, at least partially what is regarded as the 'classic lineup,' made a stop in New York City on September 21st, 2018. One of those bands that used to be able to blast through seventeen songs in fifty-minutes proved that, yes, forty years later, they should still blast through seventeen songs in fifty-minutes. Apparently time means nothing to Lee Ving, now pushing seventy but showing no signs
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  • Ian Jane
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  • Choking Victim - Tompkins Square Park 8-5-18

    Choking Victim - Tompkins Square Park 8-5-18


    Tompkins Square Park, located in the East Village in Manhattan, has long been a sight the locals associate with politics and activism. There were anti-war protests there in the sixties, and in the eighties it became a de facto homeless camp and was ripe with drug problems. In 1988, the cops came in and tried to oust the homeless that were living there. This resulted in a now fairly infamous riot, clips of which did wind up on newscasts around the New York City area. When it was a...
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  • Ian Jane
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  • The Dayglo Abortions Live At The Brooklyn Bazaar, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY June 22nd, 2018.

    The Dayglo Abortions Live At The Brooklyn Bazaar, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY June 22nd, 2018.



    On June 16th we went to the Brooklyn Bazaar in Greenpoint, Brooklyn to see The Street Dogs play with The New Darkbuster opening. While I was there, I drank a lot of beer and when I drink a lot of beer, I need to go to the bathroom - and so I did. Thank God! Because had I not I'd have never found out that a last minute Dayglo Abortions show was going on at the same venue in a week. It seems kind of fitting that I'd learn about a Dayglos show in a grubby, dirty, graffiti covered
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  • Ian Jane
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  • The Damned - 40th Anniversary Tour - Warsaw, Brooklyn NY 5-23-2017

    The Damned - 40th Anniversary Tour - Warsaw, Brooklyn NY 5-23-2017


    The Damned (with support from California's The Bellrays) took the stage last night in Brooklyn at the Warsaw concert theater in front of a sold out crowd. The date that had to be rescheduled after guitarist Captain Sensible tumbled off the stage and did some damage to his ribs towards the end of the Toronto show earlier on the tour. While the good Captain was put away in the hospital for a spell after the incident, you'd have never known it last night. He played with the energy and e...
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  • Ian Jane
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  • Mayhem With Inquisition And Black Anvil, Gramercy Theater, New York City 2-19-17

    Mayhem With Inquisition And Black Anvil, Gramercy Theater, New York City 2-19-17


    Norwegian black metal legends Mayhem closed off their De Mysteries Dom Sathans Alive tour, in which they played their seminal debut full length album live from start to finish on February 19th in New York City at the Gramercy Theater to a capacity crowd (well technically the finish was February 20th at St. Vitus, a show that was added at the last minute and which sold out incredibly quickly). The night opened with support from local black metal act Black Anvil, whose latest albu
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  • Ian Jane
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  • Carcass With Crowbar, Ghoul & Night Demon - Gramercy Theater, NYC 8-04-2016

    Carcass With Crowbar, Ghoul & Night Demon - Gramercy Theater, NYC 8-04-2016




    Carcass With Crowbar, Ghoul & Night Demon - Gramercy Theater, NYC 8-04-2016 The second to last night of the One Foot In The Grave tour stopped in Manhattan last night at the Gramercy Theater for a sold out show. Night Demon were up first, but 'the man' would let me off work in time to check out there set, which was disappointing because their album, Curse Of The Damned, is really good and by all accounts, so is their live show. Ghoul, touring in support of their l...
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  • Ian Jane
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  • Venom Inc. Live At Saint Vitus, Brooklyn NY 6-1-2016

    Venom Inc. Live At Saint Vitus, Brooklyn NY 6-1-2016






    Venom Inc. Live At Saint Vitus, Brooklyn NY 6-1-2016
    By Ian Jane and Horace Cordier

    Ian Says…

    Venom Inc., are Venom. At least in a sense. Tony 'Abaddon' Bray and Jeff 'Mantas' Dunn may not plays drums and guitars with Conrad 'Cronos' Lant anymore, but it almost doesn't matter because these days, they've got Tony 'The Demolition Man' Dolan on vocals and bass. While Dolan's work filling in for Venom (not Venom Inc.) in the
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Thor - A Rock Odyssey Live In New York 5-14-2016

    Thor - A Rock Odyssey Live In New York 5-14-2016



    This year, Thor's first album, Keep The Dogs Away, turned forty. And what better way to commemorate that momentous occasion than by putting on the Thor show to end all Thor shows? That was clearly what Jon Mikl Thor and Rich Fabio had in mind when they set out to create Thor: A Rock Odyssey, a titanic three set affair that went down in Manhattan this past weekend at the Highline Ballroom. I was lucky enough to be invited early, to watch the load in and the sound check ...
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  • Ian Jane
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  • Corrosion Of Conformity With Mothership & Polygamist - Live At St. Vitus 4-14-2016

    Corrosion Of Conformity With Mothership & Polygamist - Live At St. Vitus 4-14-2016



    Brooklyn's St. Vitus played host, last night, to a triple threat of metal from across the spectrum in one of this week's shows honoring the venue's fifth year in business. First up were the burrough's native sons, Polygamist. George Souleidis, one of the bar's owners, fronts this three piece and they opened the night with a solid set of sludgy, stoner metal with Souleidis expressing some pretty sincere gratitude to everyone in attendance for supporting the bar in the first...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Cradle Of Filth With Butcher Babies & Ne Obliviscaras Live In New York City - March 8th, 2016.

    Cradle Of Filth With Butcher Babies & Ne Obliviscaras Live In New York City - March 8th, 2016.





    Last night marked the final stop on Cradle Of Filth's latest North American tour. Taking place in Manhattan at Webster Hall, support was provided by Ne Obliviscaras and Butcher Babies.




    The opening slot on this tour saw Ne Obliviscaras, a six piece death metal band hailing from Melbourne, Australia, touring North American for the first time and as their set drew to a close you could clearly see from the smiles on their
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  • Horace Cordier
    Senior Member

  • Black Sabbath - Live In Kansas City February 17th 2016

    Black Sabbath - Live In Kansas City February 17th 2016




    After a quick pit stop at the hotel after arriving in Kansas City, the first order of business is to meet the VIP group and head into the Sprint Center for BLACK SABBATH's soundcheck. VIP Nation have this thing down to a military science so the rules are spelled out upfront: no personal photos and all cell phones are to be handed in to be returned after the meet and greet. Our group is about 15 people - one of the smaller ones according to our hosts. We are also hande...
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