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21 Sep

This past Friday, we had the pleasure of attending the Chevelle show at the Starland Ballrom in Sayreville, NJ. We have to first start off by saying, we do not dislike Halestorm but we were annoyed that Burn Halo opened the show and not Halestorm. Burn Halo rocked the place for about a half hour. Unfortunately for Burn Halo, the crowd was a complete bore and still walking in and trying to get their $5 bud lights. Regardless, they were great and we’re looking forward to them coming back around the area real soon.

Most female fronted bands don’t get much respect and Halestorm is no different. Our appreciation for the band was hurt by the short, feisty, pushy lesbians who kept trying to work their way to the front. The Audio Perv got into an argument with one of these said lesbians but let it go. It was great to see Halestorm write an original song that sounds like rip off Janis Joplin and try to cover it by segueing into “Take Another Little Piece of My Heart Baby.” Anyways, we kind of wish the $3 shot special lasted for all of Halestorm’s set instead of just before it.

Finally, Chevelle came on and a huge pit developed. The band was tremendous despite Pete seeming like he was a little out of it or sick. You can read reviews over at Chevelle Online. The band played most of their singles like “The Red,” “Send The Pain Below,” “Jars,” “Well Enough Alone,” a new song acoustic in the encore and closed with “I Get It.” We just wish that we had heard “Dos.” Anyways, check out our photos below and some cool videos from blainewad (who also took some awesome photos Thank you!)

Click to enlarge pics, videos below the pics

20 Sep

On Thursday night, fun. played a sold out show at the Mercury Lounge in New York. They were incredible. Frontman Nate sang every song like it was his last and the crowd seemed much obliged to sing the songs back to him as well. Nate mixed in a couple songs from his old band, The Format, with songs off of fun.’s debut album, Aim & Ignite(iTunes, Amazon MP3, CD). Check out the setlist above the pics. (Btw, I took some cool videos but the audio is distorted. If anyone can recommend a program I can use, lemme know. Thanks!) Miniature Tigers were one of the opening bands. They were alright except for the lead singer making weird jokes and observations. Oh, and classy sweater buddy!

fun. setlist
1. Benson Hedges
2. I Wanna Be The One
3. All The Pretty Girls
4. Dog Problems
5. Light A Roman Candle With Me
6. Walking The Dog
7. Barlights
8. The Gambler
9. If Work Permits
10. At Least I’m Not As Sad (As I Used To Be)

Click on the pics to enlarge.

17 Sep

Last night, Metric, Phoenix and the Soft Pack made up one the best lineups of the year for a concert (that wasn’t a festival) when they played the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. Unfortunately, we weren’t there but a few awesome people with cameras were and they took some awesome photos and videos. Special thanks to starbright31 on Flickr (Check out their awesome We Are Scientists blog) for photos of all three bands) and to sleepydoll on Flickr for three of the Phoenix photos (10, 11, 12 if you’re going left to right and top to bottom). We also want to thank mysugarspun, TheGreeny13 and mytraveltales (who runs Rock Is A Girl’s Best Friend and reviewed the show).

(Click on the pics to enlarge)

Metric – “Help I’m Alive” (thx mysugarspun)

Metric – Gimme Sympathy / Sick Muse (thx mysugarspun)

Metric – “To anyone who dreamed to have a life without a boss. . .” (thx mytraveltales)

Phoenix – “Love Like A Sunset Pt. 2″ (thx mytraveltales)

Phoenix – “1901″ (thx mysugarspun)

Phoenix – “Lisztomania” (thx mysugarspun)

Phoenix – “1901″ (diff angle) (thx TheGreeny13)

Phoenix – “Playground Love” (thx ewalker41)

Phoenix – “Playground Love” (thx heylovine)

12 Sep

Gallows, the punk rock outfit from the U.K., may not be the first band you would predict to hit the gossip rags but that’s exactly where they ended up. When Harry Potter’s own Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) and Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) arrived in disguise to watch Gallows perform at the U.K.’s Reading Festival this past week, the band snapped a picture which ended up on People magazine’s website of all places. After watching Gallows rock Reading, Daniel and Rupert met up with Gallows front man Frank Carter, for a chat and some more photo opps in an outdoor VIP area.

Gallows will bring their ferocious live show back to the U.S. for two stints with rockers AFI in October and November and in between they will head to Canada with Flogging Molly.

Grey Britain is in stores now. For more info on Gallows including the latest news and tour dates visit

Tour w/ AFI *accept headlining dates where noted
Oct 2 Epic – Minneapolis, MN
Oct 3 Reggie’s Rock Club (Headline) Chicago, IL *
Oct 4 Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH
Oct 5 Bogart’s – Cincinnati, OH
Oct 7 Town Ballroom – Buffalo, NY
Oct 8 Northern Lights – Clifton Park, NY
Oct 9 The Crazy Donkey (Headline) Farmingdale, NY *
Oct 10 Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ
Oct 11 Club Zoo – Pittsburgh, PA
Oct 13 Webster Theater – Hartford, CT
Oct 14 Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel – Providence, RI
Oct 16 Water Street Music Hall – Rochester, NY
Oct 17 Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom – Hampton Beach, NH
Oct 19 The National – Richmond, VA

Tour w/ Flogging Molly
Oct 21 Sound Academy – Toronto, ON
Oct 23 The Outpost/Lakehead University – Thunder Bay, ON
Oct 24 Burton Cummings Theatre – Winnipeg, MB
Oct 25 Odeon Events Centre – Saskatoon, SK
Oct 26 Edmonton Events Centre – Edmonton, AB, Canada
Oct 27 Macewan Hall (Univ. of Calgary) – CALGARY, AB
Oct 29 Commodore Ballroom – Vancouver, BC
Oct 30 Commodore Ballroom – Vancouver, BC

Tour w/ AFI
Nov 3 Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, Oklahoma
Nov 4 The Pageant – St. Louis, Missouri
Nov 6 Uptown Theatre – Kansas City, Missouri
Nov 7 Riviera Theatre – Chicago, Illinois
Nov 9 Fillmore – Detroit, Michigan
Nov 10 The Sound Academy – Toronto, Ontario, CA
Nov 12 Electric Factory – Philadelphia, Pennysylvania
Nov 13 Roseland Ballroom – New York, New York
Nov 15 House Of Blues – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Nov 16 Tabernacle – Atlanta, Georgia
Nov 18 Pompano Beach Amphitheatre – Pompano Beach, Florida
Nov 19 House Of Blues – Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Nov 21 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre – Houston, Texas
Nov 22 Stubbs – Austin, Texas

26 Aug

The Audio Perv had the chance to catch Nine Inch Nails at Terminal 5 last night for the 3rd NYC show of NIN’s Wave Goodbye Tour. The Horrors opened and they were respectable but kind of forgettable. It was hot, sweaty and packed. NIN came on at around 9:05 and played for about 140 minutes. Peter Murphy from Bauhaus (BLAH!) was introduced by Trent Reznor as the guy who first took NIN on board into NYC many years ago. Murphy kind of scares us and his voice is as appealing as sitting on a pool cue. Anyways, we were in the back but managed to take a few photos and videos. Check ‘em out:


20 Aug

Them Crooked Vultures played their second show last night at Melkweg in Amsterdam. They’re also playing the Pukkelpop Festival. Pics are on the right and are courtesy of Madelien Waegemans. Check out some videos from the Melkweg show as well as a studio clip on TCV’s site.

10 Aug

Third Eye Blind played the third night (August 9th) of the Java Rockin Land festival at Pantai Carnaval Ancol and declared “We are not afraid!” There had been several security concerns due to the tragic events of July 17th where hotel bombings resulted in several deaths and injuries. Vertical Horizon, Mr. Big, Mew and others also played the festival. Thanks to Herdi Sularko, we have some pics and a brief video of the show. We’re told that Third Eye Blind played some new tracks off of their upcoming album Ursa Major and closed with a Michael Jackson song as a tribute to the recently deceased pop song. (Could it be the Jackson 5′s “I Want You Back” that they’ve been covering?) Check out the photos below and go here to see the video. (P.S. These are the best photos that we could get so soon from a show in JAKARTA, INDONESIA so don’t hate people!)






29 Jul

Green Day played another packed show at Madison Square Garden in New York City tonight (7/28). They played for about 2 hours and 50 minutes, which was longer than the previous night’s performance at the same venue. We weren’t there for the first show but we do know that this one was filled with industry booking people like superagent Nick Storch. Anyways, the band played less than half of their new album 21st Century Breakdown(iTunes) leaving off what could’ve been crowd pleasing anthems like “Horseshoes & Handgrenades” and “Peacemaker.” The band did however play a healthy dose of classic hits off of Dookie(iTunes), Nimrod(iTunes), and American Idiot(iTunes). The show even featured crowd surfing by older fans (early 30s-ish) and performances by fans invited onstage. One female fan invited to play guitar took the opportunity to kiss lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong (the cops are checking her ID to see if she’s legal, jk). We don’t have the official setlist but we definitely remember the band playing “She”, “Welcome to Paradise”, “Brain Stew”, “Hitchin a Ride”, “Good Riddance”, “Jesus of Suburbia”, “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”, “21 Guns”, “Know Your Enemy”, “Shout/Earth Angel”, an Operation Ivy song, “American Idiot”, “Macys Day Parade” and “Holiday.” Feel free to update the rest in the comments section (really tired right now). Like we said, we weren’t at the first night but we agree with Billie Joe when he said “the second night is always better!” Right on Billie Joe, enjoy the multitude of pics below the setlist or GO HERE.

Setlist (Thanks to billiejoe1 on GDA)
1. Song of the Century
2. 21st Century Breakdown
3. Know Your Enemy
4. Murder City
5. East Jesus Nowhere
6. Holiday
7. Static Age
8. Before the Lobotomy
9. Are We the Waiting
10. St. Jimmy
11. Boulevard of Broken Dreams
12. A Quick One While He’s Away (The Who)
13. Hitchin a Ride
14. Welcome to Paradise
15. Stop, Drop, and Roll/ Eye of the Tiger
16. FOD
17. When i come around
18. Going to Pasalacqua
19. Stuart And The Ave./ Who Wrote Holden Caulfield?
20. Iron Man riff
21. Brain Stew
22. Jaded
23. Knowledge
24. Basket Case
25. She
26. King For a Day
27. Shout/ Earth Angel (The Penguins)/ Christie Road
/ I’ll Be There
28. 21 Guns
29. American Eulogy
30. American Idiot
31. Jesus of Suburbia
32. Minority
33. Macy’s Day Parade
34. “Say I Love You”
35. Good Riddance