Queens of the Stone Age With Chelsea Wolfe Fillmore Miami Beach Wednesday, February 5, 2014 Better Than: Those sad years when Queens of the Stone Age stopped being a band, the Dwarves gig at Churchill's a few years back, and any recent Kyuss reboot. It's been 11 years since Queens of the Stone A ... More >>
At this current moment, Queens of the Stone Age is the best rock 'n' roll band on the planet. A bold statement, to be sure. However, while there exist other artists with similar relevance and artistic integrity, no group so deeply embodies the spirit of the genre's past while fighting to make fres ... More >>
Earlier this week, Crossfade reported on Coheed and Cambria bassist, Mic Todd, being arrested in Massachussetts for stealing oxycontin from a Walgreens hours before his band's opening gig for Soundgarden. Well, it's a good/weird week for rock star arrests as Nick Oliveri, ex-bassist for the Dwar ... More >>
Pity the hapless hipster who wanders into Sweat Records this Saturday night looking for a copy of Vampire Weekend's Contra. In an unusual but welcome change, the evening's in-store takes a turn away from the mellow indie and towards the grimy, in a four-band show organized by local trio Green Sky ... More >>
Norway's Satyr and Frost take SoFla by storm.
It's hard to overstate the influence of the long-running Norwegian band Satyricon on the world's extreme heavy metal scene. Its tenacity alone is amazing -- the core of the band, frontman/songwriter Satyr and drummer Frost, has been playing together continuously since 1992. On albums and tours, an a ... More >>
Sucking the 70's, Back in the Saddle Again (Small Stone)
These devil's advocates give the hard rockers their due