Posts Tagged ‘webster hall’

Live Music – Architects @ Webster Hall

Even when its tough, it’s always enjoyable to photograph one of my favorite bands.  In this case is the UK’s own, Architects.  Photographing them for my second time this year, and this time with a photo pit (instead of just sniping from the side of the stage), it was still a rather difficult encounter…


Live Music – The Ghost Inside @ Webster Hall

Caught in an avalanche, the always intense The Ghost Inside co-headlined The Violent Gentlemen tour with Every Time I Die at the old and shaky Webster Hall in New York City.  With some weak lighting and a small photo pit, this was a rough one to shoot…


Live Music – Every Time I Die @ Webster Hall

Always a blast, even at the super old, super crappy Webster Hall in New York City, everyone’s favorite hardcore band Every Time I Die stormed the rickety halls to make some folks spin, jump, dance, and crawl all over one another…


Live Music – Hundredth @ Webster Hall

The melodic hardcore band Hundredth played at Webster Hall during the Violent Gentlemen tour, and while the band was good, the lighting was crappy.


Live Music – The Menzingers @ Webster Hall

Right at the start of their Rented World tour, punk rock band The Menzingers filled up Webster Hall in New York City, and essentially brought back old school moshing and punk crowd sing-alongs and crowd surfing, and I was there for it…


Live Music – letlive @ The Marlin Room

A packed out room, no barrier, and a wild, active band with a crazy audience was what I was met with for the wonderful letlive.  With the wild and unpredictable Jason Butler at the helm, and a room of fans that knew nearly every word, there was a lot to shoot, but it was difficult…


Live Music – Architects band @ The Marlin Room

Bands forever // bands together. Ok, that’s lame.  But Architects band are an incredible live band.  Touring alongside letlive., the UK natives took over the Marlin Room at Webster Hall in New York City, and were relentless with their musical assault…


Live Music – Kvelertak @ Webster Hall

The last time I caught Kvelertak, it was in a small, hot, packed room at the Studio at Webster Hall.  This time, they were at Webster Hall again, but in the much larger, much less jam-packed grand ballroom of Webster Hall – still making people go mad with their crazy black-rock-and-punk-roll Norwegian metal…


Live Music – High on Fire @ Webster Hall

No one can deny the fact that Matt Pike is a heavy metal legend.  The dude is practically the Lemmy of metal (where as Motorhead is more hard rock and roll than metal), even if over the years, he’s gotten a bit of a gut, a bit more grey hair, and a bit raspier of a voice, his […]


Live Music – Death Ray Vision @ The Studio at Webster Hall

With Shadows Fall’s vocalist Brian Fair, Killswitch Engage’s bassist Mike D’Antonio, and a few lesser known, but just as talented folks, Death Ray Vision is born.  Essentially a group of friends from Boston, DRV seeks to bring back the old school hardcore style that has been shifted over these days in favor of metalcore/deathcore/post-hardcore and the like.  While shooting a live video of the band, I […]


Live Music – Kvelertak @ The Studio Webster Hall

For Norwegian punk/hardcore/metal band Kvelertak (pronounced Kuh-vell-er-tack), sometimes playing on a stage just isn’t as enjoyable as playing on a bar or while a dozen hands lifting you up…


Live Music – Cancer Bats @ The Studio Webster Hall

Supreme Verdict Scummy-Ass Hardcore.  That’s what vocalist Liam Cormier’s shirt says.  And hardcore Cancer Bats certainly are…