Beartooth stopped by Mill City Nights on Tuesday with Every Time I Die, Fit For a King and Old Wounds. Unfortunately we were unable to catch Old Wounds set. Here is photos from the rest of the night! BEARTOOTH EVERY TIME I DIE FIT FOR A KING
Mod Sun headlined a sold out show at First Avenue for his favorite holiday with help from Rocky Diamonds and POS!
On Saturday, March 12th Like Moths to Flames stopped by Amsterdam Bar and Hall in St. Paul with support from Ice Nine Kills and Light Up the Sky with local openers Between the Lights, In Search of Solace and Imagine the Silence.
Asking Alexandria stopped by the Myth Wednesday, February 17th, 2016.
This weeks Tattoo Tuesday features local rapper Brandon Bates! Check out his new music video for his song “B Thoughts”
The Hold On Pain Ends Tour presented by AP stopped by this past Saturday, April 11th, in Skyway Theater’s Studio B. The Color Morale headlined the tour, with supporting guests Slaves, Vanna, and Alive Like Me.
Famous Last Words, Tear out the Heart and For All I Am stopped by at Amsterdam Bar and Hall for their second to last show of “The Touring Dead” tour! Opening the show as supporting local acts were Odds of an Afterthought, Ithomiid and ChugChugWob!
For Today, a metal core band from Sioux City, Iowa, came up north and played Skyway Theatre’s Studio B, along with special guest Ice Nine Kills. Alongside were a few local sets, Its Confidential, In The Line of Duty, and VIA.
Silverstein celebrates ten years since the release of Discovering the Waterfront, by playing their whole album, as they headline the tour. Supporting acts include Beartooth, Hands Like Houses, Major League, and My Iron Lung. High energy night!
CORRELATIONS played their final show together at The Garage in Burnsville, MN alongside of other local bands.
SNOT and Thira played live along with supporting acts Sunday night. Stay tuned for an Official interview with Mikey Doling of SNOT and Kayden of Thira! Till then, Enjoy these photos.
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Issues headlined the Journey’s Noise Tour at The Garage on November 15, 2014. Supporting them on tour was I Killed The Prom Queen, Ghost Town, Marmozets, and Nightmares. Photos courtesy of Riley Downs. ,
Despite the name City of the Weak the band definitely gave nothing but a strong performance. They played about a half hour set at the Cabooze Friday, September 5th for Hideaway’s Back to School Smoke Out.