Female-fronted power metal quintet Huntress recently wrapped up a tour with metal titans Testament, Killswitch Engage, and Lamb of God, who they’ll be heading to Europe with in the new year. Frontwoman Jill Janus plays hardball and is certainly one of the boys. Classically trained and positively wicked, Janus sat down for some girltalk with idobi writer Alex Rudisill at one of their final dates with such a legendary lineup.
SoCal heavy-hitters Rotting Out are on the road right now with pop punk youngsters The Story So Far. Taking cues from their idols the Suicidal Tendencies, Rotting Out are carrying on the tradition of aggressive West Coast punk and hardcore. idobi writer Alex Rudisill spoke to frontman Walter Delgado after their set at the Philadelphia […]
Beartooth kicked off their first full US tour with August Burns Red, Blessthefall, and Defeater at Union Transfer on Friday night. Frontman Caleb Shomo took some time between sets to speak with idobi writer Alex Rudisill about tour, what’s next for the band, balancing his projects, and even John Mayer.
Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare has announced its full Halloween 2013 lineup. Jello Biafra will headline the event with Agent Orange, Andrew WK, Mod Sun, and Beware of Darkness rounding out the lineup.
idobi Network is proud to be a sponsor of Park Rock 2013 happening August 24th in Great Mills, Maryland. The festival includes a myriad of bands including Major League, This or The Apocalypse, Carousel Kings, The Baby Grand, and The Big Time.
The first idobi Radio “Now You Know” showcase took place at the Ottobar in Baltimore, MD on Sunday night. All of the bands put on a great show and it was a very close decision and we are pleased to announce that Who Is Atlas was chosen as the winner.
For fans of genuinely good music played by people who are clearly passionate about what they create, Twenty One Rooms is something you will wholeheartedly enjoy. After all, what’s not to like about an album recorded live in a dead poet’s haunted mansion?
The Eddie, Jason, and Chris Show headed out to the Denver, CO date of the Vans Warped Tour to find the best up and coming acts on the tour! Click “Read More” to check out interviews with Echosmith, New Beat Fund, RDGLDGRN, Delta Rose, and Kairo Kingdom.
One listen to Driver Friendly’s latest EP, Peaks + Valleys, and you’ll know why the band is gaining momentum like they are. The six songs on the EP are short and sweet, but are chock full of energy, passion, and a whole lot of fun.
We’re beyond stoked to announce that idobi will be partnering with Riot Fest this year for the Denver and Toronto dates of the annual travelling festival. To familiarize you with the festival as you start planning road trips and marking your calendars, we’ve put together a crash course in Riot Fest’s history and everything you have to look forward to this year.
The Baby Grand, The Eleventh Hour, and The Big Time will head out on the all-acoustic Stripped Down Summer Tour later this month.
With a sound that calls to mind the likes of The Black Keys, The White Stripes, and Kasabian, Orthodox is one of those records that is meant to be heard live in the middle of a rowdy crowd on a hot Saturday night in some too-cramped club.
With its catchy guitar riffs, fast and hard drum fills, and simple vocal harmonies, Count To Four’s Between Two Cities is a record that begs to be listened to on a hot summer night, with the windows down and the stereo loud.
In her latest album Wheel, Laura Stevenson contends with the confusing and contradictory cycle that is life. Through artfully-composed folk songs, rife with prose and interwoven with irony, Stevenson captures the mystifying enigmas that plague us all.