Posts Tagged ‘Music News’


Heavy hard rockers, Throne of Vengeance are putting out a call for help in locating their stolen trailer. They have reported that their trailer was stolen from their storage unit just east of Calgary, Alberta Canada. So please take a look at the picture and share it so we can hopefully locate the unit.

Description: The trailer has TOV lettering spray painted in red on the passenger side, a chrome checker plate splash guard on the front, a white roof vent, and an interstate shield decal on both sides at the rear. License plate #4DC181.



If you don’t already have it, pick up their EP, Live Evil. “‘Live Evil’ is “a collection of songs based on our experiences in the last two years, covering everything from a close friend’s imprisonment for a victim-less crime to the realization of humanity’s demise to the contrast between good and evil and life and death,” says drummer Trevor Cobb.

If there’s anything we would like people to take away from the record, it’s that you should be your own person, do what makes you happy, be aware of your world and be real. We have the power to control our own destiny. Together, we are more powerful than any world leader.”

Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news. I will leave you with a video of their performance during Calgary’s Metal Fest.

~ Marisol


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Miss May I

Photo Credit: Rockin’ Ryan


Various stories are being circulated about a fan dying after a stage die at a Miss May I concert at Webster Hall in New York. We did confirm reports that an avid fan, Alberto Scott did collapse after stage diving at his favorite band’s show.  21 year old Alberto Scott has a love for music and has been a big fan of Miss May I. Here are a couple photos of Alberto and one is from over 6 months ago where he is posing with Levi Benton, lead singer of Miss May I.

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Conflicting reports have come in about if he died on the scene or after sustaining injuries from the stage dive. We will bring an official statement as released. Miss May I are aware of the situation and have posted the following on their Facebook page:

“Hey everyone, we are aware of the incident that occurred at Webster Hall last night and will be posting a statement shortly. However, we are awaiting further information regarding the situation before we are able to make a full statement.”

Regardless of when he died, we are so deeply saddened to hear this tragic news. We send out our heartfelt condolences to Albert’s family and friends. I hate seeing people who are not familiar with the mosh pit/stage diving scene who immediately call out who is to blame; security, the fan, the band, the music.  That is just not valid statements and it could have been just an unfortunate accident which can happen falling at a concert, tripping on stairs, or whatever. Let’s stop using our anger to misplace blame. The only real fact here is that a young man lost his life at the young age of 21 and that is tragic in itself.

Please take time to be careful out there at concerts and if you can help someone whether they are moshpitting or stage diving, please do your best to assist. I remember a time when being in the mosh pit was fun and was a tool for us to rid ourselves of our frustrations with life. We raged, we stage dived, and yes, we may come out black and blue, bruised or missing our shoes but it is sad to see someone lose their life in the same fashion. I wishyou all safety at concerts and your everyday life.

Miss May I recently released their album, Rise of the Lion and are set to appear on the roster for this year’s Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival alongside with Asking Alexandria, Avenged Sevonfold, Korn and many more.

~ Marisol