1 day ago | Concerts
The Sword, Kadavar, All Them Witches Fitzgerald’s October 11, 2015 Upon their emergence from the very loudest corner of Austin’s music scene more than a decade ago, the Sword were decried by quite a few around the country as a gimmick band, merely...
7 days ago | Inquiring Minds
For years now, the Sword has served as something of a standard-bearer for Texas heavy metal. The Austin group’s epic, throwback riffage made a big splash upon their debut in 2006, and they’ve been trotting the globe ever since, preaching vintage d...
19 days ago | WTF Island
In some small way, perhaps Mac Sabbath was inevitable. Just as Black Sabbath arose from the soot of Birmingham, England, to herald the end of pop’s peace-and-love ‘60s and usher in something altogether darker and heavier, now, too, has a Black Sab...
22 days ago | Concerts
Chelsea Wolfe, Wovenhand Rudyard’s British Pub September 18, 2015 Halloween is still more than a month away, but the first, haunting chills of the season invaded Montrose on Friday night. Chelsea Wolfe, the blackened L.A. folk-rocker, swooped into...
1 month ago | Concerts
K-Rino, Point Blank & Friends Warehouse Live September 10, 2015 If it hadn’t been made clear to us yet after three solid decades of hustling and grinding, sometime around 2 a.m. on Thursday it became simply impossible to deny: the South Park C...
1 month ago | Houston Music
Majestic Hotel is the record that Kyle Hubbard never thought you’d hear. Hell, this time last year, odds seemed pretty set against it ever existing at all. After struggling mightily to come up with a worthy successor to his critically acclaimed 20...