Review and photos by Ellen Eldridge Stolen Babies and Lacuna Coil opened for Coal Chamber and Sevendust at one of the most aesthetically pleasing shows to grace Tabernacle Atlanta. The guttural growls and high-pitched squeals reached by cabaret metal singer Dominique Lenore Persi got the early crowd’s blood pumping. Persi commanded attention as soon as […]
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Live Review and Picture Book: Dropkick Murphys with Old Man Markley & Jim Lockley and the Solemn Sun @ The Tabernacle 3/4
Photos and Review by Hillery Terenzi If the ancient wisdom is to be believed, March comes in like a Lion. That lion roared loud and proud on March 4th when Boston’s beloved Dropkick Murphy’s brought their unique blend of Irish-Folk, Punk and Hardcore to the Tabernacle. Supported by Los Angeles’ countrified kindred spirits, Old Man […]
Photos and Review by: Catrina Maxwell with CatMax Photography, LLC Imagine Dragon sold out the Tabernacle, but after seeing Nico Vega I think they had a part in selling out that venue as well. I had never heard of the band Nico Vega before and as I entered the press pit I wasn’t […]
Photos & Review by Hillery Terenzi Flogging Molly is a band that I’ve been wanting to see for many years now. I had extremely high expectations for Saturday’s sold out performance at the Tabernacle and they filled them all plus more. The crowd was a mixture of young and old with kilts and flat caps. […]
Founded in Los Angeles in 1997, Flogging Molly has always defied categorization. The infectious originality of their songs is a badge of honor and key to the band’s creativity, their urgency. They infuse punk rock with Celtic instruments—violin, mandolin and the accordion—and they merge blues progressions with grinding guitars and traditional Irish music, the music […]
Bloc Party Tabernacle – January 16, 2013 By Justin Lyons Photos by Codi Glancy London outfit Bloc Party hadn’t been back to Atlanta in more than five years and gave fans a little bit of everything on Wednesday night at Tabernacle. The foursome has experimented with their sound over the years and recently came off […]
Icelandic artist Sóley is a member of the indie-collective Seabear and Sin Fang, but is touring behind her debut album We Sink (Morr Music). Sóley was just voted MTV Iggy ‘Artist of the Week’ and has received over 8 million YouTube views for a fan’s uploaded stream of her song ‘Pretty Face.’ Sometimes incredibly catchy […]
AMG Weekend Picks: Taking Back Sunday, Jackopierce, Life in Color, Regina Spektor, Kreayshawn & More!
It’s beginning to look a whole lot like winter. The weather is getting colder and the wind is biting. Leaves are covering the streets, cars, and pretty much everything else. The trees are turning red and so are our chilled little noses! But, believe it or not, this is honestly my favorite part of the […]
Photos by Matthew Smith Full gallery after the jump…
It’s already the second weekend of October! It seems like my favorite month of the year is flying right by! While these next few weeks may be filled with sweaters, pumpkin spice lattes,and curling up with some Netflix, the weekends are dedicated to fun! Whether you’re cheering on your favorite football team, attending a festival, […]
Oct. 9th is a special day all around for me…John Lennon & my best friend’s birthday, so I tend to think anything that happens on Oct. 9th must be pretty special. Tomorrow night at the Tabernacle, Atlas Genius, the South Australian indie rock band who recently released their debut EP, titled Through the Glass, are very quickly making […]
Straight out of jail, Fiona Apple is at the Tabernacle this Wednesday, and we are giving away tickets! These will go fast so buy in advance, or take your chances and win a pair!
Photos by Jenna Hughes Full Gallery after the jump…