Plenty of stuff to keep you entertained!
Due to the current global situation, live music seems to have been put on hold. Though even though there aren't any gigs for any of us to go to, that hasn't stopped bands from uploading full shows onto YouTube. We will be keeping an eye out for any that pop up and sticking them in here for you to enjoy.
So sit back, relax and watch some bands do what they do best.
Back in 2006, Foo Fighters headlined a packed out Hyde Park with a huge supporting cast featuring Queens Of The Stone Age, Motorhead, Juliette Lewis And The Licks and Angels & Airwaves. It was pretty special. The band have just uploaded the full show from 14 years ago, which features an appearance from Queen at the end as well!
Simple Plan spent a chunk of last year celebrating their debut album 'No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls', which if you're familiar is overflowing with massive pop-punk jams. Now you can watch the band rally through it in full at a show they played in Anaheim, CA from your bedroom.
ONE OK ROCK
Much like their live shows, ONE OK ROCK are making their concert streams a big occasion. Over the course of the next couple of months the band are premiering a selection of their biggest and best shows, with the next being from 2017's 'Ambitions' Japan tour.
Last summer Slipknot returned to Donington for a brutal set ahead of the release of their latest album 'We Are Not Your Kind'. If you were there you know how insane it was. If you weren't you can now pretend you were without leaving your front room.
Back in 2014 Billy Talent released 'HITS', a compilation of some of their biggest and best songs. Accompanying the record was this live DVD, recorded at two shows in Toronto and Montreal in 2013. The band have now stuck it online for you to enjoy again and again and again.
We're heading over to Spain now, with this special hour long set from Trivium. From 'Pull Harder On The Strings Of Your Martyr' to 'The Sin And The Sentence', it's a career spanning masterclass in how to play metal.
Mondays now belong to Metallica. The bonafide legends are posting a different show from their vault every week, with the latest being this performance in Muskegon, Michigan from waaaaaaay back in 1991. Bedroom headbang squad, this one's for you.
EVERY TIME I DIE
If you like a bit of hardcore in your life, Hate5Six is the place to go where you'll find hundreds of sets from the likes of Knocked Loose, Comeback Kid, Code Orange and SO many more from over the years. Though one of the latest is this full set of Every Time I Die smashing it at last year's Tid The Season show.
A few weeks ago, Linkin Park recorded a special video of them reacting to some never before seen concert footage from way back in 2001. Well, the band are now releasing the full set slowly but surely for you to enjoy. So if you fancy stepping into the middle of a phenomenon taking shape via a small and sweaty show in San Diego, here's your best chance.
You'll be wanting to keep your eye on Beartooth's YouTube over the next few weeks. The band have set out a schedule where they will be posting live clips from their shows in Oberhausen and London from The Disease Tour earlier this year. The first clip is of 'Sick Of Me' and will be premiering on April 30.
Last year Korn released their 12th album 'The Nothing'. They celebrated the release with a special fans-only event in LA. It was quite the spectacle. The band have now released the footage of the show, mixed in with new documentary style footage giving an insight into the show and the album. Essential viewing for Korn fans basically.
Despite being uploaded to YouTube at the end of last year, this still deserves your attention. Parkway Drive headlined Bloodstock last summer and proved that they belong at the very top of every festival bill. Get stuck into this dominent and powerful performance and look forward to festival season 2021.
If Polaris aren't one of your favourite bands at the moment, than you just haven't listened to them yet. Here they are smashing it at UNIFY Gathering earlier this year. Then go and listen to their latest album 'The Death Of Me', then repeat both.
At last year's 8123 Fest, The Maine played their debut album 'Can't Stop, Won't Stop' in full from front to back. It was an absolute treat. Weren't there? Well, you can pretend that you were with this full video of the event, featuring little interuptions and memories from the band.