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Neutral Milk Hotel Says Its Final Goodbye to the East Coast With Reunion Tour Performance at Merriweather Post Pavilion

After a fifteen year gap without a single Neutral Milk Hotel performance due to the band’s discomfort with the press, this reunion tour came as a complete shock to NMH fans. With this most likely being the final opportunity to watch this well acclaimed indie rock band perform live on stage, the 3500 people at […]

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[CONCERT REVIEW] Manchester Orchestra, Balance and Composure and Kevin Devine + The Goddamn Band – 05/27/14

Manchester Orchestra took Silver Spring, MD by storm this past Tuesday, literally. But the rain and lightning couldn’t keep anyone away from the spectacle that took place at the Fillmore in Silver Spring. Bringing along fewer acts than normal, but equally as powerful, Manchester Orchestra brought along Pennsylvania natives, Balance and Composure along with Indie […]

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[Concert Review] Killswitch Engage, Trivium, Battlecross and Nothing More – 5/15/2014

Killswitch Engage invaded Maryland with force, once again, this time headlining Rams Head Live in Baltimore. Killswitch brought Trivium in direct support, as well as Battlecross, and Nothing More. We sent Terry from Scenes of Madness Photography to cover the show! Nothing More kicked the show off, taking the stage for their first show since joining […]

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CONCERT REVIEW – I See Stars, Like Moths To Flames, Ghost Town and Miss Fortune take over Baltimore

A lineup to bring the house down hit Baltimore Maryland at the Soundstage last Friday night. With their new album ‘New Demons’ coming out half a year ago I See Stars is still in full swing touring to support the release of it. On yet another headlining tour the group brought along the Ohio gang Like […]

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CONCERT REVIEW – Of Mice & Men, Issues And Beartooth Invade The UK

Quite why a lineup as good as the one on show tonight has been crammed into a venue as small as KOKO is a mystery, but the lucky 1500 or so who got tickets (which allegedly sold out within 6 hours) know they’re in for something special as they wait in the queue stretching up […]

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