CONCERT REVIEW: Rotting Christ 35th Anniversary Concert with Varathron, Live at Lycabettus Theatre


June 29th 2024, was a night to remember as Greece’s greatest metal export, Rotting Christ celebrated 35 years as a band. Presented by Rockwave Festival, the show was held at Lycabettus Theatre, which is located on a famous beautiful viewpoint overlooking all of Athens. Opening the show for them was Greek Occult Black Metal legends Varathron.Continue reading


CONCERT REVIEW: In Flames – Gatecreeper – Creeping Death at Saint Andrews Hall


Spring is here and the warmer weather has numerous bands hitting the road. A multitude of metal acts have made their way to Motor City and the locals are pleased as punch to have them. The Swedish darlings, In Flames graced Detroit with their presence last week. This notorious act has been on a month-long headlining trek and they brought along the mighty Gatecreeper, plus Creeping Death with them. Saint Andrews Hall is a venue known for their affection towards heavier acts and were ready to host the considerable commotion this tour would cause.Continue reading


CONCERT REVIEW: Judas Priest – Sabaton Live at MVP Arena Albany


Albany, New York may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of live music and specifically, Heavy Metal. If you take a look at the history of the MVP Arena which was opened in 1990 as the Knickerbocker Arena, you’ll find a gem of a venue in the New York capital. It opened with a concert by Frank Sinatra and has also played host to The Grateful Dead, Phish, The Rolling Stones, and even Metallica on multiple occasions.  Most recently it was visited by a Metal God in the form of Rob Halford with Judas PriestContinue reading


CONCERT REVIEW: Electric Callboy – Bury Tomorrow – If Not For Me at MGM Music Hall


MGM Music Hall, another venue that I have (shockingly) yet to shoot in, until tonight, and boy howdy, is it a show for books! We covered the Tekkno Tour last year here at Ghost Cult and it was genuinely one of the funnest shows I’ve ever been to or had the privilege of covering, and this time around we have a new crop of bands along for the ride. This time around the US,  Electric Callboy brought along British metalcore legends Bury Tomorrow and Pennsylvanian metalcore outfit If Not For Me out on the road this time to bring the party. Electric Callboy just dropped their new collab single with BABYMETAL that rules! So gang, it’s a Sunday night in Boston and we have German party metal and international metalcore on the menu… LET’S EAT!Continue reading


CONCERT REVIEW: Knocked Loose – Show Me The Body – Loathe – Speed Live at Showbox Sodo


It is an odd thing to see bands on the rise. At capacity, Showbox Sodo in Seattle holds 1,800 people. To see Knocked Loose, Show Me The Body, Loathe, and Speed there for the Weapon of Choice Tour, is something is incredible to imagine. I have been to that venue many times, and of those, few were sold out. Still, the night was thick with hardcore energy and the venue floor filled up quickly.Continue reading


CONCERT REVIEW: Architects – Of Mice and Men – While She Sleep Live at House of Blues Boston 


Five years. It’s been five long years since Architects made the trek across the pond to play live in the states again, but we finally got them back here for the Seeing Red Tour alongside Of Mice & Men and While She SleepsContinue reading


CONCERT REVIEW: Better Lovers – seeyouspacecowboy – Foreign Hands – Greyhaven Live at El Corazon


Greg Puciato, somewhere in the middle of the madness, stated that, “Out of the 20 or so shows I’ve played here (Seattle), this is my favorite one.”  

And what a night it was.

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CONCERT REVIEW: Saxon – Uriah Heep Live at Bergen Performing Arts Center


I had the supreme pleasure of seeing the two English juggernauts Saxon and Uriah Heep Live at Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood, NJ as part of their ‘Hell, Fire & Chaos’ U.S. Tour! Continue reading


CONCERT REVIEW: Doyle – Otep – Red Devil Vortex – Silence Is Survival Live at Reverb


This next song is a love song. You can dance to it if you want to. Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein of Misfits is bringing his own misfit brand of Horror Punk on a tour with co-headliner OTEP and friends and recently they made a stop at Reverb in Reading, Pennsylvania.Continue reading