Iconic new wave artist Gary Numan concluded the North American leg of his second Savage tour at the Fonda Theatre on Saturday, Oct. 6. Touring in promotion of his 22nd studio album, Savage (Songs From a Broken World), Numan put on a thrilling show with unparalleled energy. The legendary musician's performance was intensely captivating and kept the entire room dancing up to the very last note. Opening act for the tour were L.A. natives and alt-art rockers Nightmare Air.
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Chelsea Wolfe sold out the Regent Theater in DTLA on Thursday, Oct. 4. Her headlining fall tour in support of her sixth release, Hiss Spun, has nearly come to a conclusion but Los Angeles was not about to let her wrap up quietly. Fans eagerly came out in droves to support her unique style and sound. Russian Circles, an instrumental three-piece, were the support band for the evening. All photographs by Hannah Verbeuren.
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English post-punks Killing Joke celebrated their milestone 40th anniversary with a sold-out show at DTLA's Regent Theater on Wednesday, Sept. 5. The Laugh at Your Peril world tour began its first leg this month with four of the band's founding members: frontman Jaz Coleman, guitarist Kevin "Geordie" Walker, bassist Martin "Youth" Glover and drummer Paul Ferguson at the helm.
Opening the evening was PIG, the solo project of industrial rock artist Raymond Watts.
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The third annual Psycho Las Vegas took over the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino from Aug. 16 to Aug. 19. The three stages of Psycho Las Vegas included performances from 70-plus artists from all corners of the world, including black-metal headliners Dimmu Borgir and legendary occult rockers Coven, as well as classics like Voivod, The Hellacopters, Godflesh and more. Converging on Sin City, Psycho Las Vegas may just be America's greatest rock & roll bacchanal. ¡Viva Psycho!
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L.A. Weekly's comprehensive Summer Concert Guide: 100 Days of Concerts will help you plan your musical outings from now through Sept. 15. It's an entire season's worth of musical exploration and excitement.
Despite the rich history and the fact that it has outlived many other trends, bands that are stuck with the "goth" label seem to spend much of their existence and beyond trying to duck it. From Bauhaus to The Sisters of Mercy, All About Eve to The Cure — very few of the originators proudly and loudly proclaim themselves to be goth, letting their vampiric flag fly.