On the heels of a sold-out CD release show three nights earlier at the legendary Los Angeles Henry Fonda Theater, AFI made their way to a sold-out FOX Theater in nearby Pomona on Friday, October 25. Eager to get their first glimpse of the Ukiah, California rockers in four years, the diehard AFI fans were […]
American rockers The Used played at Pomona Fairplex Thursday night October 17 as part of Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare concert series. SoCalMusicToday.com photographer Robert Fayette was there to bring back these images.
The Epicenter Festival returned to the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on Saturday. The festival featured performances from The Offspring, A Day to Remeber, Bad Religion, Pennywise, Pierce the Veil, Falling in Reverse, The Wonder Years, Fidlar, New Beat Fund, and Plague Vendor. SoCalMusicToday was there to bring back these images.
Fall Out Boy along with Panic! At The Disco played a SOLD OUT show to the band’s die-hard fans on Friday night September 20 at The Honda Center in Anaheim. This was one of two stops in Southern California for Fall Out Boy as part of their US Fall Arena Tour. SoCalMusicToday.com photographer Robert Fayette […]
Summer is nearing and finals are rapidly approaching. The excitement of three months away from school, homework and having to wake up as the sun is barely coming up is building. Sing It Loud’s sophomore record, “Everything Collide” captures the essence of the summer season that will leave you singing your hearts out. The first […]
VH1 Classic’s That Metal Show is set to premiere its 5th season this Saturday, May 8th. After four successful seasons in New York City, the show packed up and moved across the country for season five in Los Angeles. We briefly caught up with the series hosts Eddie Trunk, Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson to […]
While in the midst of recording the follow-up to 2006’s “Saturday Night Wrist,” Deftones bassist Chi Cheng was involved in a tragic car accident. As result, the longtime bassist has been hospitalized and in a minimal conscious state. “Eros” as it was to be called, was set to be the Deftones sixth studio record until […]
Since its original release date of November 2008, English metalcore band Bring Me The Horizon’s sophomore record, “Suicide Season” has pushed the band to new heights for years to come. The follow-up to their 2006 debut, “Count Your Blessings” strayed away from the deathcore sound in favor of a more experimental sound that was noticeable […]