The Brass Monkey
The crowd was buzzing when Monster Truck took to the stage, an energy building in anticipation.
John 5 brought his Thrills and Chills collective of characters to the Brass Monkey on Friday night, full of costume changes and lighting techniques.
Backed by an awesome light display and a full Brass Monkey, the band were energized and keen to please the crowd.
Protest the Hero will be in Ottawa playing back-to-back sold-out shows.
Showing up to the show with about 15 guitars to split between two guitarists, the band innovates sound and technicality, driven forward with harsh vocals and blasting drums.
Silverstein performed Saturday night at the Brass Monkey.
Australian deathcore legends Thy Art Is Murder took to the stage at The Brass Monkey after opening sets from Scar For The Wicked, Ghost Bath and Fallujah.
A lucky reader will win 2 tickets to the JUNO broadcast, return transportation to the Canadian Tire Centre, 2 JUNOfest wristbands, a Steam Whistle Retro Cooler, t-shirt and hat.
It was an era that existed sometime after the Beatles and before video killed the radio star. One that had flash pots, fog machines, strobe lights, tight pants, plenty of hair, guitars turned up to eleven, bone-rattling bass, drum solo madness, and the proverbial rock god lead singer. I’m talking about the big, bold, and […]