w/ Sierra from VersaEmerge
w/ Sierra from VersaEmerge
Listen to Rock The Walls with Patrick Walford Tonight at 8pmET to hear exclusive interviews with We Came As Romans and Misery Signals. Listen in on iTunes Radio and the FREE idobi Radio app for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone Devices.
Listen to Rock The Walls with Patrick Walford Tonight at 8pmET featuring Interviews with Bring Me The Horizon, The Chariot, Skip The Foreplay, and Like Moths To Flames. Listen for free on idobi Radio’s app, available on iTunes, Google Play, and Windows Store.
Listen to Rock The Walls tonight for interviews with Like Moths To Flames, Abandon All Ships, Upon This Dawning, and Sleep Till You’re Dead. The whole night will be co-hosted by Nathan Ryan. Tonight only on idobi Radio.
I recently had the chance to catch the Toronto date of The Still Reckless Tour featuring Asking Alexandria, Trivium, I See Stars, Motionless In White, & The Amity Affliction. While I did interview Asking Alexandria prior to the show (Catch that on Rock The Walls this week at 8:30pmEST!) I took out my handy Flip Cam to take some videos in the heart of the crowd to really capture the craziness of the show. As you can see from The Amity Affliction video, kids were getting hyped up early! Here are the videos below! Rock The Walls on Twitter &… Read more »
Listen to Rock The Walls with Patrick Walford at a special Sunday Night 7pm-9pm time for interviews with Forever Came Calling, No Tide, and Stick To Your Guns. As well there will be Inside The Music features with The Wonder Years & There For Tomorrow!
Listen to Rock The Walls tonight from 8-10pmEST as host Patrick Walford plays the best in Pop Punk, Hardcore, and Metalcore. On tonight’s show Hunter Moore of Scream Out Loud joins the show to talk about their awesome new album Live It Up around 8:30pmEST and Mike Bilenki of Take Me To The Pilot drops by to talk about the band and the upcoming Rock The Walls Wintour at 9:30pmEST. In addition to interviews, there will also be special features with The Wonder Years, The Word Alive, and Protest The Hero! We’ll also talk Spring tours, Rumoured All Stars Tour… Read more »
A near-capacity crowd at Key Arena greeted headliners Incubus Friday night with open arms and open eyes – and deafening, wall-vibrating screams. Thousands of hollering fans – many encased in freshly purchased T-shirts from the merch tables – couldn’t be wrong: After more than a decade in the business, and years of touring far smaller venues with middling success, the band from sleepy Calabasas, California, has most definitely arrived. But before they took to the stage, their So-Cal neighbors, Hoobastank, warmed up the Key with a thunderous half-hour set. The foursome had no problem filling up the arena with their… Read more »