Tag Archive: Marquee Theater

Oct 17

Halestorm/Lita Ford/Dorothy at Marquee Theater (Tempe, AZ 10/11/16)

After witnessing an amazing performance by Halestorm at Hellfest, I wanted to see them again in a more intimate setting. So, when I heard they were coming to Tempe to play at Marquee Theater I knew I had to be at that show. The fact that Halestorm is doing this tour with Lita Ford made it …

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Oct 08

Gojira unleashed Magma at Marquee Theater (Tempe, AZ 10/04/16)

I saw Gojira three times over the summer, once at Download festival during a rainy and muddy afternoon, the second time at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods awards ceremony in London, and the third one and more surprising show was at Hellfest in Clisson, France. I was surprised by how much love they received from …

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Nov 30

Hansi Kürsch & Frederik Ehmke of Blind Guardian discussed touring & Beyond The Red Mirror

The name Blind Guardian does not only describe one of the forefathers of German power metal, but a whole institution within the genre, this band have written the most incredible power metal anthems in history (Valhalla, The Bard Song, Mirror, Mirror), and they still going strong to this day. Use Facebook to Comment on this …

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Oct 14

Bobby “Blitz” of Overkill talks North American Tour & White Devil Armory

Ever since I got to see Overkill in Bogotá, Colombia in front of over 100.000 people at Rock Al Parque 2011, they have become along with Exodus and Death Angel one my favorite thrash metal bands to see live. Their new album White Devil Armory is brutal as fuck, and their previous work, The Electric …

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Oct 12

Michael Romeo of Symphony X on touring & the impact of Underworld

Since it’s very conception Symphony X has always maintained a strong connection with their fan-base not only through their music, but also on they way they are,  they are just a bunch of nice guys that would talk with anyone. Just last week minutes after the band’s show in Tempe, AZ. I came across with …

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Nov 25

Mille Petrozza of Kreator checked in with The Age Of Metal

It’s not doubt that Kreator is one of the most influential thrash metal bands that came out from the movement during the 80’s, their sound is different from the one created in the Bay area, and quite distinctive among the German thrash metal movement. As is more fresh, fast and aggressive than Sodom or Destruction. …

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Nov 23

Bobby ‘Blitz’ Ellsworth of Overkill talked to The Age Of Metal

Since I saw Overkill last time with Testament at the beginning of the year, I was impressed by their stage production, and I believe is one of the most high quality production that I have seen live since Iron Maiden or Slayer. So I was really excited to see them again, and as I suspected they …

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Oct 12

Neige of Alcest chats with The Age of Metal

Whether it is black metal, post-metal or shoegazing, whatever genre Alcest touches is a guaranteed win. The intellect behind Alcest is a man named Neige. His music is nothing less than brilliant and can only be described as a journey, or an experience. In support of their 2012 release Les Voyages de L’Âme (The Journeys of the Soul) as well as their upcoming album, Shelter (2014), Alcest sailed …

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Apr 30

Danny Marino of The Agonist checked in with The Age Of Metal

From Montreal, Canada The Agonist originally called “The Tempest” the group was founded in 2004.  They released their first album “Once Only Imagined” in 2007.  Currently on their 3rd studio album “Prisoners,” The Agonist has definitely created their own unique sound that has gained them fans all over the world. Use Facebook to Comment on this …

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Apr 17

Geoff Tate of Queensryche talks with The Age Of Metal

On April 14th Queensryche featuring Geoff Tate played the Marquee Theater.  Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of their album Operation Mind Crime. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Apr 01

Cristina Scabbia of Lacuna Coil talked with The Age Of Metal

Lacuna Coil is one of the front-runners bands in the gothic metal movement that begun back in the 90’s, and since then they had become an icon, and a model to follow for many bands that today populate the metal scene. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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