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More than a decade in, QOTSA is in its prime as a live act, delivering songs that manage to be at once unhinged and precise.
The past week has seen a deluge of new concert announcements, chock full of more Coachella spillover, metal heavy-hitters and other gigs to get excited ...
Part of the collection, which will be made available to the public, includes live interview recordings and signed albums.
This year, Punksinvegas.com has ramped up archival efforts with full discoveries from local bands.
Like any band stocked with road veterans, the story behind Parade of Lights is a little complicated.
We chatted up the opening act for Queens of the Stone Age, playing February 13 at the Joint.
Hawthorne has abandoned his previous geek-chic vibe for a much smoother neo-soul-crooner persona … almost.
The sound was ideal for a band that features so many different elements, each coming through with equal fervor and quality.
It ends with "Fire," its tribal pulse and melodic swells building to another resounding apex—and concluding another winning effort.
James Mercer of The Shins and producer Danger Mouse team up again and demonstrate that they’re a band, not a one-off side project.
The new hardcore trio rifled wildly through its debut performance, still garnering comparisons to the old band.
For the first time in six years, the longtime local punks have new music coming out.
Dennis Mitchell's local show launches this weekend.
“It needs to be about the sound, not the headliner.”
“Every time I hit that high note I feel like I break a rib.”