Extreme metal masters Skeletonwitch pounded the crowd like a meat tenderizer, and proceeded to devour all radiant light at the Metro Gallery in Baltimore recently.
From Vancouver, Canada, Actors bring their electrifying, modern take on post-punk and darkwave to Metro Gallery on Tuesday, April 30, in support of their debut full-length LP, It Will Come to You.
Adrianne Lenker, front person for the band Big Thief, creates the kind of music that is both beautiful and heart breaking. It’s also easy to lose yourself in the stories she tells. And tell them she did at Metro Gallery in Baltimore recently.
Hardcore legends Integrity, originally based in Cleveland, established a loyal following by releasing influential metalcore albums and consistently putting on memorable shows since the 1980s. Over the weekend, Integrity stopped by Metro Gallery for two sold-out headlining shows. The turnout on night one of the all-ages shows proved that Integrity continues to draw new fans.
Ego Likeness headlined a big show of dark electronic music in Baltimore on Friday, enlisting the assistance of Technophobia, Nahja Mora, Stars and the Sea, Fun Never Starts, and DJs Sex Charges and Candy Corn to fill out the bill at Metro Gallery.
Baltimore industrial quartet Ego Likeness are hosting a hometown gathering of like-minded musicians for an evening of music at Metro Gallery (1700 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Md.) on Friday, April 7.