Behemoth Announce 30th Anniversary Livestream Concert

Behemoth have announced a 30th anniversary livestream concert, which they are calling “XXX Years Ov Blasphemy.” The virtual event will take place on Halloween (October 31) and it will feature three different performances recorded in three different locations. Each set will focus on a different decade of the band. Tickets can be found HERE. Frontman Adam “Nergal” Darski commented:

“30 years of blasphemy and bring on 30 more! What better night than All Saint’s Eve to celebrate this most unholy Anniversary than with us, as we present the most ambitious project of our career to date, ‘XXX Years Ov Blasphemy‘. Legions, when I say this is the ultimate cinematic Behemoth experience, I cannot express how much I mean that. Another huge risk for us, but as always, we go feet first and push our limits. The result will be a sight to behold. We’ll see you in The Forest…and more!”

Incubus Announce “Morning View” 20th Anniversary Livestream Concert

Incubus will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of “Morning View” during a special virtual concert next month. The event will stream live from Malibu, CA on October 23 and tickets can be found HERE.

Terror & Hot Water Music To Cover Each Other’s Songs For Upcoming “Splitsville” Livestream

“Two Minutes To Late Night” have revealed the details for their next “Splitsville” livestream event. The virtual set will take place on September 24 and it will find Terror and Hot Water Music covering each other’s songs. Tickets can be found HERE.

Obituary Announce September Livestream Show

Obituary have announced that they will be playing a livestream concert later this month. The virtual event, which they are calling “11th Hour 12-Pack Studio Live Stream,” will take place on September 25 and tickets can be found HERE.

The band commented:

“Down to the wire…as the band is in the studio, putting the final touches on the new album, we are also gearing up and preparing for the U.S. Tour with Black Label Society which is just a few weeks away. With that said, we know that fans around the world are also waiting and wondering when they will be able to see us perform live so this is what we are going to do: We are setting the cameras back up in the studio and will stream one of our final rehearsals for everyone to be a part of!

We are picking 12 songs for the tour setlist and are turning to our fans for help!

We want to hear from you guys which songs we should play so let’s hear it! You tell us which songs you want to hear and we will monitor all our socials and the Obituary website for all of your song suggestions and YOU GUYS will help us pick the setlist for the tour AND we will play them in front of the cameras for you guys! We’ll taking suggestions all week and unveiling the setlist next Monday, September 20th!

We are also going to bring you inside the studio to witness the boys writing, discussing and working on new material plus give you a little taste of the New Album and play you guys a NEW SONG, if that sounds cool with you!

We are officially calling this the “11th hour 12-pack” Studio-Live-Stream!

You guys Ready?

Let’s do this!!!”

Coheed And Cambria & The Used To Livestream Holmdel, NJ Show

Coheed And Cambria and The Used are currently on tour together, but if you can’t catch a show in person, you may be in luck. The two bands have announced that they will be livestreaming their September 19 show at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ. Tickets can be found HERE.

Machine Head To Perform “Burn My Eyes” In Full During Free Livestream

Machine Head’s “Burn My Eyes” 25th anniversary lineup, Robb Flynn, Logan Mader, Chris Kontos, and Jared MacEachern, will be performing the album in full during a free livestream show. Fans can watch the set tomorrow (August 6) at 3 PM PST via Twitch, Facebook, and YouTube.

The band commented:

“Head Cases! Join us for an extra special Electric Happy Hour this Friday, to both celebrate the 27th birthday of Burn My Eyes and to cap off the hugely successful 25th Anniversary tour that was curtailed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

We’re stoked to announce that we’re getting the boyz back together one more time for a Burn My Eyes bonanza on this Friday’s Electric Happy Hour, where Robb and Jared will be joined by Chris and Logan for a full album play-thru!

As it’s such a monumental occasion, we’ve cranked the production up to the next level. The stream will be a multi-camera affair, so as well as the usual crushing audio, you’ll be able to view the band in action from all angles.

And the best news yet? It’s streaming FREE on Machine Head’s Facebook and YouTube pages and also on Robb’s (@robbflynn) Twitch channel this Friday from 3pm Pacific Standard Time!!”

Red Fang Announce New Date For Their Livestream Show

Red Fang have announced that their upcoming virtual concert will now stream on August 11 at 7:00pm PDT / 10:00pm EDT. The event will feature a performance at Mississippi Studios in Portland, OR. That set will find the band celebrating the 10th anniversary of “Murder The Mountains“ and the release of their latest album “Arrows.“