South African hard rockers Seether are returning to the realm of new music when their eighth studio album, “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum,” lands on Aug. 28.
British thrashers Onslaught are blasting back into music players with their seventh studio album, their first in seven years.
We're all waiting for that 'return to normal' we've heard so much about over the last four months or so, but no one is really sure when, or if, that old status quo will return.
This week, a massive collection of music is heading your way from one of the larger-than-life figures that's been a staple of punk rock music since before there was such a thing.
If you ask a music fan they can tell you that the right songs at the right time can help weather most any storm.
Over the last few years, I've been witness to a lot of amazing transformations that take place at St. Louis's Enterprise Center – not the least of which was the change from its previous incarnation as the Scottrade Center.
The day after Valentine's Day, the self-proclaimed, proudly-announced 'Hottest Band in the Word' were welcomed into the open embrace of the crowds at the Peoria Civic Center.
Returning to the land of rivers and arches for the first time in nearly four years, Seattle-based prog metal icons Queensr˙che landed onstage at Delmar Hall with “The Verdict” tour on February 9th. Blending deep catalog tracks from the history of the band along with new cuts from the latest album, Queensr˙che also brought along some friends with them to showcase a truly eclectic rock evening.
In the middle of their “Rolling 7s” headlining tour, one of the hottest rock acts on the scene today dropped in to St. Louis on a brisk Valentine's Night to warm the hearts of their fans in the Gateway City. The Old Rock House was the site of the show, and the venerable venue was stuffed to the bursting with folks wanting to get in on the action of this killer crew from Los Angeles.