Mathew Dapkins

MASSIVE BEER REVIEWS: Tell Shaky and Boxcar Joe IIPA by SingleCut Beersmiths

Beer: Tell Shaky and Boxcar Joe IIPA Brewery: SingleCut Beersmiths Style: Double IPA Age: 2017 ABV: 9.00% IBU: 145 It has been a while since we’ve reviewed anything from SingleCut, so it’s about time to try something new from this Queens, New York brewery. Tell Shaky and Boxcar Joe is a double dry-hopped Imperial IPA […]

 Mathew Dapkins

MASSIVE BEER REVIEWS: Incandenza Sour IPA by Hudson Valley Brewery

Beer: Incandenza Brewery: Hudson Valley Brewery Style: Sour IPA Age: 2017 ABV: 6.00% We took a stroll up the Hudson River this week to give a relative newcomer brewery-wise, Hudson Valley Brewery, a whirl! Incandenza is a sour IPA brewed with two-row barley and raw white wheat, hopped with citra and simcoe in the whirlpool […]

 Keith Perks

PHOTOS: Every Time I Die, Harm’s Way, and Eternal Sleep at Planet Trog in Whitehall, 02/02/17

PHOTOS: Every Time I Die, Harm’s Way, and Eternal Sleep at Planet Trog in Whitehall, 02/02/17

Every Time I Die kicked off their Low Teens Tour, named after the Buffalo, New York metalcore band’s latest album, in Pennsylvania with a show in State College on Feb. 1, following it up with a crazy concert on Thursday, Feb. 2 at Planet Trog Entertainment Complex in Whitehall, a laser tag center with a […]

 NEPA Scene Staff

Scranton’s Motionless In White plays with Falling In Reverse and Issues in NYC Jan. 27 and Philly Jan. 28

Scranton’s Motionless In White plays with Falling In Reverse and Issues in NYC Jan. 27 and Philly Jan. 28

From a press release: Las Vegas post-hardcore band Falling In Reverse is bringing Scranton metal band Motionless In White, along with Issues, Dangerkids, and Dead Girls Academy, on their national “The End Is Here” tour, which stops at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on Friday, Jan. 27 at 6 p.m. and The Fillmore […]

 NEPA Scene Staff

Before anticipated album release, Brooklyn metal band Life of Agony plays Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg on May 12

Before anticipated album release, Brooklyn metal band Life of Agony plays Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg on May 12

From a press release: Brooklyn hard rock/metal crossover band Life of Agony is releasing a new album, “A Place Where There’s No More Pain,” this year, and Northeastern Pennsylvania will get an early listen to some of those songs when the band comes to the Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg on Friday, May 12 at 8 […]

 Rich Howells

Tool, Chance the Rapper, Phoenix, Lorde, and Childish Gambino play Governors Ball Music Festival in NYC June 2-4

Tool, Chance the Rapper, Phoenix, Lorde, and Childish Gambino play Governors Ball Music Festival in NYC June 2-4

As we reported two weeks back, it leaked that platinum-selling alternative metal band Tool will be headlining the seventh annual Governors Ball Music Festival on Randall’s Island in New York City. Now the full lineup has been officially announced, confirming Tool’s first show in the Northeast since 2012 and in NYC since 2006, along with […]

 Rich Howells

Tool will headline 2017 Governors Ball Music Festival in NYC, their first Northeast concert since 2012

Tool will headline 2017 Governors Ball Music Festival in NYC, their first Northeast concert since 2012

It may be another “10,000 Days” before we hear that long-awaited new album from Tool, but we’ll see the platinum-selling alternative metal band a lot sooner in person. According to Consequence of Sound, Tool will be headlining the seventh annual Governors Ball Music Festival, a massive multi-genre music festival that will be held June 2-4, […]

 Keith Perks

PHOTOS: Low Cut Connie, Shilpa Ray, and Karikatura at Bowery Ballroom in New York, 12/02/16

PHOTOS: Low Cut Connie, Shilpa Ray, and Karikatura at Bowery Ballroom in New York, 12/02/16

After playing there back in April, Philadelphia rock ‘n’ roll band Low Cut Connie returned to The Bowery Ballroom in New York City to bring the house down again with Brooklyn cabaret punk powerhouse Shilpa Ray and NYC-based roots pop band Karikatura on Friday, Dec. 2. It was a great mix of original music to […]

 Rich Howells

MUSIC VIDEO: Scranton’s The Menzingers are nostalgic ‘Lookers’ in new live tour video

After seeing colorful characters engaged in a funny food fight in their “Bad Catholics” music video that was released last month (and shot in their hometown of Scranton), it seems that Philadelphia punk band The Menzingers kept it simpler for the new black and white video for “Lookers,” the first single from their upcoming album, […]

 NEPA Scene Staff

This is not a Rickroll – Rick Astley takes first U.S. tour since 1989 to Philly Feb. 11 and NYC Feb. 17

This is not a Rickroll – Rick Astley takes first U.S. tour since 1989 to Philly Feb. 11 and NYC Feb. 17

From a press release: English singer and viral Internet sensation Rick Astley will tour the United States for the first time since 1989 on the heels of his just-released album “50,” (BMG), the latest development in a remarkable comeback year for the pop icon. “50,” Astley’s first U.S. album release in decades, debuted at No. […]

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