Pennywise at The Starland Ballroom
Dec23

Pennywise at The Starland Ballroom

Pennywise Starland Ballroom September 7, 2010 Pennywise is one of those bands that will never change. They are like the Iron Maiden of the punk rock industry: You know what you’re going to get–be it at their live show or on wax–these guys basically defined the South California hardcore sound and they aren’t about to add keyboards to their line-up or start mellowing out. So when the band’s singer, Jim Lindberg, threw in the...

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AFI & Gallows at Starland Ballroom
Oct28

AFI & Gallows at Starland Ballroom

Words by guest blogger Anthony Ambrose of  inTuneMusic View full photolog on Flickr Since forming nearly twenty years ago, AFI has seen a wide variety of lineup, label, and stylistic changes. Beginning in 1991 as a California skate-punk act, the band routinely covered The Misfits and touched on topics such as mohawks. In 2009, AFI finds themselves long removed from their days of adolescent rebellion with more in common with Morrissey...

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The Misfits at The Starland Ballroom
Nov05

The Misfits at The Starland Ballroom

The Misfits, Zombie Mafia, A Midnight Tragedy Starland Ballroom, NJ November 1, 2008 The Misfits hit their home state of New Jersey on Dia De Los Muertos, Saturday night, and treated the fans with a set heavy with hits from every era of The Misfits mythos. I got there in time to catch the last few songs of A Midnight Tragedy. A tragedy indeed – this band of post apocalyptic refugees sound like a desperate attempt to grab the...

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Radio Bungalo #38 – New GNR, Metallica Rocks, Shackshakers at Mercury Lounge, and Sasha Grey
Oct26

Radio Bungalo #38 – New GNR, Metallica Rocks, Shackshakers at Mercury Lounge, and Sasha Grey

Sorry if you are getting this twice through the RSS feed. We had complaints about the ACC file and had to reupload it as an MP3. Hosts: Chuck Nasty and Georgie Bungalo Air Date: October 23, 2008 Show Reviews: *Gwar at Starland Ballroom Chuck: “Toxic Holocaust was the main focus of the show. It was awesome, I bought a t-shirt and the album on record. It was put out by relapse.” *Legendary Shackshakers at Mercury Lounge (My...

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