Killing Joke recently celebrated 40 years of trailblazing goth rock at Baltimore Soundstage. Paivi shot the band in action!
Hardcore punks Fear will celebrate the band’s 40th anniversary with a show at Baltimore Soundstage on Thursday, Sept. 20.
English goth rockers Killing Joke are celebrating 40 years with a 40th anniversary tour, and they perform at Baltimore Soundstage on Monday, Sept. 10.
The Front Bottoms returned to the area performing a two-part set that included three of their releases played in their entirety. When I arrived at Baltimore Soundstage this past Wednesday for The Front Bottoms show, the line was wrapped around the building. Fans formed a line at least three hours before doors so they would be front and center for this performance! There is no denying that The Front Bottoms have a solid fanbase.
Myles Kennedy has one of the more distinct voices in hard rock today. While the rock landscape is full of rough, low-end singers, Myles’ voice is higher in register, similar to guys like Axl Rose and Bruce Dickinson. On Wednesday night, looking much more youthful than his nearly 50 years of age, dressed in a black button down shirt and sleeveless white undershirt, and playing in front of a simple black curtain imprinted with The Year of the Tiger logo, Myles put his voice on full display, playing a solo acoustic show for a sold-out audience at the Baltimore Soundstage.
Rap-punk duo Ho99o9 collaborated with 3Teeth to release two songs recently — “Time’s Up” and “Lights Out.” The two Los Angeles bands then teamed up for the Lights Out America Tour, which played at Baltimore Soundstage on Sunday!
Los Angeles industrial quartet 3Teeth teamed up with rap-punk duo Ho99o9 to collaborate on tracks, “Times Up” and “Lights Out.” The two bands then launched a joint tour, the Lights Out America Tour, and they performed at Baltimore Soundstage on Sunday, April 8. Paivi was there to capture the action!