Art Of Anarchy is a brand new super group featuring John Moyer, Scott Stapp and Bumblefoot. You don’t want to miss their debut NYC show for sure. Support will come from Cilver and The Dives.
Sixx: AM bring their “Prayers For The Damned” tour to Sayreville, NJ with their headlining show. Joining them will be Dead Fish Handshake and Cilver.
The Details: Revolver Magazine has just launched its “Hottest Chicks In Hard Rock” tour for 2014 and this package features Sick Puppies, Lacuna Coil, Eyes Set To Kill and Cilver. The tour run only started a few days ago and since its making a stop in NYC I am happy to announce that PiercingMetal fans can win a chance to see the show for free at our own Irving Plaza thanks to the fine folks at Livenation. Read more below on what to do.
Continue reading Win To See Revolver’s “Hottest Chicks In Hard Rock” @ Irving Plaza On 2/24/14
Hey there readers of Revolver Magazine and of course this humble Metal blog, its my pleasure to share with you the one of the latest tours to be announced with the “Hottest Chicks In Hard Rock” tour for 2014. The tour will feature a headlining Sick Puppies along with Lacuna Coil, Eyes Set To Kill and Cilver. Learn more below.
Artist: Me Talk Pretty
Venue: Gramercy Theatre (New York, NY)
Opener: Madina Lake, Shinobi Ninja, Man Of Earth, New Year’s Day
Label: Universal Music
I will admit that I was barely able to move after the previous evening’s Twisted Sister show and that made sense since their brand of a Christmas show is unlike any that you will experience. Of course you will have to read that report should you want more of the details. All in it made the idea of even leaving the couch something of a ridiculous notion much less attending one more concert. Still, I managed to “man up” as they say and headed into this strangely early starting event. It was being held at the Gramercy Theatre and the headliner was NYC’s own Me Talk Pretty. The other acts on the bill were Man On Earth, Shinobi Ninja and Madina Lake. I think there was a swap out with some other band but I was not there on time to see the very first group hit the stage. I walked in while the guys in Man On Earth were playing, and they had a very accessible sounding Alternative Rock to them and while they were tight this is not the kind of stuff that I focus much on these days. The audience did seem to enjoy them but as this was early in the night there was not yet much of a crowd assembled. Next up was Shinobi Ninja.
Continue reading Me Talk Pretty & Madina Lake @ Gramercy Theatre (12/18/2011)