The God Bombs perform at Rams Head Live on April 23, 2018. (Photo by Jason Nicholson)
Brooklyn industrial trio The God Bombs — consisting of Justin Symbol, Jabbath Roa, and Edrick Supervi — opened Ministry on their latest North American tour, which just wrapped Saturday. The tour stopped at Rams Head Live on Monday, April 23, and we previously brought you shots of Ministry and pix of Chelsea Wolfe. Jason Nicholson was there to shoot the action, and now here are some pictures of The God Bombs as well.
Justin Hawkins fronts The Darkness at Rams Head Live on April 24, 2018. (Photo by Mickey McCarter)
Justin Hawkins is one of the most charismatic frontmen working the stage today. Surely, he would be easily as comfortable as a silver-tongued guest at the upcoming nuptials of Prince Harry or a freewheeling interloper in the seediest of bars. The singer and his band The Darkness deserve a lot of credit for a revived international interest in hard glam rock in the early years of this century, and they demonstrated their irrepressible talent in a brilliant show at Rams Head Live in Baltimore on Tuesday.
Chelsea Wolfe performs at Rams Head Live on April 23, 2018. (Photo by Jason Nicholson)
Goth songstress Chelsea Wolfe played Rams Head Live to open Ministry on Monday, and Jason Nicholson shot the show.
Al Jourgensen fronts Ministry at Rams Head Live on April 23, 2018. (Photo by Jason Nicholson)
There is nothing subtle about Ministry. From the start of their show at Rams Head Live in Baltimore on Monday, frontman Al Jourgensen and his motley crew took straight aim at President Donald Trump with songs from new album AmeriKKKant, released in March via Nuclear Blast. The resulting 15 songs of industrial metal satisfied the black-clad crowd in attendance to seek a salve to unspoken wounds.
The Darkness (Photo by Simon Emmett)
English glam rockers The Darkness released Pinewood Smile, their fifth studio album, via Cooking Vinyl last year. They are now on the North American leg of their Tour de Prance, which visits Rams Head Live in Baltimore on Tuesday, April 24.
Ellie Rosswell fronts Wolf Alice at Rams Head Live on April 13, 2018. (Photo by Shantel Mitchell Breen)
Back in 2013, my very musically advanced 13-year-old daughter shared a song with me that she had heard on a Spotify-curated playlist. She instantly fell in love with this song, and she could not wait to share it with me. I heard the song and said, “This song is great. Who is this? I need to look them up!” The band was Wolf Alice, a new band out of London, and the song was “Bros.”
Broken Social Scene performs at Rams Head Live on April 6, 2018. (Photo by Kyle Gustafson)
Is there a worse feeling than this?
Broken Social Scene (Photo by Norman Wong)
Broken Social Scene toured through DC after the release of Hug of Thunder, the triumphant return by Kevin Drew, Brendan Canning, and company, in 2017. The chamber pop darlings return for a second leg of the tour with a date at Ram’s Head Live in Baltimore on Friday, April 6.
Lee Ranaldo kicks off a year of great music at the Rock and Roll Hotel on Jan. 20, 2017. (Photo by David LaMason)
The year 2017 has been full of contradictions. For many, myself included, it was a year filled with uncertainty and frustration, but to a certain degree it also woke people up. And the music that was created was some of the best in years.
Cherry Glazerr shreds at Rams Head Live on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017 (Photo by David LaMason)
Cherry Glazerr rocked like the band have been around for much longer than their years, as seen in an energetic show opening for Slowdive at Rams Head Live on Thursday.