On Saturday night, the Bottleneck hosted a memorable night when they invited five of the most vicious metal bands in the area to the stage.
After a six year absence, the king of partying made a triumphant return to Lawrence. It was hardly an ordinary Tuesday night when Andrew W.K.
Metal fans, pay heed to Melting Point of Bronze. The band brutalized the Bottleneck on Saturday night, continuing their reign of terror throughout Lawrence. The
If you want to know more about metal in this part of Kansas, Friday night’s show at the Replay was a great crash course (a
“We’re going to try a new one that we wrote last night. It’s called cocaine gypsies,” announced the vixen who sings for Kansas City’s The
If you love metal AND science, then you’re in luck. Local metal monsters Wrath and Ruin put their already impressive talents to good use by
Metal Mondays are a brutal staple in the Bottleneck’s weekly lineup. This Monday saw local rockers Atomic Pajama Party play a sweet dance rock set
Monday was brutal if you were at the Granada. Some of the best hardcore and metal bands took the stage for an epic night of
-by Matt Armstrong Wrath & Ruin Mouth of Oblivion Self-released, 2011 After an unprecedentedly long recording process, Wrath and Ruin released their first
Wednesday night’s show at the Jackpot was not for the faint at heart. Four very loud bands took the stage, each progressive and aggressive. Ponyboy