Korn. The veteran Nu-Metal act is celebrating 25 years this year of bringing us fans nothing but great music. Over time, they’ve transformed from the ever-loved metallers to dabbling with dubstep and back to their signature slap bass and heavy hitting tracks.
This past Thursday, I had the pleasure of catching Between the Buried and Me on their North American Summer Tour. It was supported by fellow proggressive metal artists The Contortionist and Nick Johnston. The show took place on July 25th at Toad’s Place in New Haven, Connecticut, and by the feel of the crowd, I could tell that it was definitely a heavily anticipated event that was not to be missed.
2019 Promo Photo by Matt Bender
Inside the Setlist recently had the chance to sit down with Randy Winter from The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus at the Hartford, CT stop of their "The Don't Hide Your Light" Tour. We talk about everything from how the alternative music scene has changed over the years to Randy's current "go to" playlist! Watch the full interview below:
Hyro the Hero is the Detroit rapper with a heavy metal outfit behind him that no one knows about yet. He's been the early act to check out on the Inaugural Rockstar Disrupt Fest in 2019! We had the chance to catch up with Hyro, so see what he has to say about this tour, how he stays motivated, what is new in his world, and whats to come in the future!
From the day that I met Crossing Rubicon frontman Scott Wawrzyniak, I knew there was something special about him. This was a man who refused to let his dreams die and would work endlessly to achieve them. Instead of just talking about what he wanted to accomplish, he would work relentlessly to make sure that everything that he wanted would materialize into existence.
Evanescence returned to Mohegan Sun Arena on Sunday, April 19th on the final stop of their brief tour which featured the band back to their standard rock format. At the show's end, Amy Lee vowed that we have not see the last of them and I have to say that we can't wait. Evanescence rocked the roof off the arena and gave the fans a night to a remember. The set featured 18 songs with no breaks. The energy from song to song remained and kept fans going through a straight hour and a half.