Fozzy Announce Livestream Concert + Pre-Show Documentary Airing

Fall of 2020 is loaded with livestream performances and you can add Fozzy to your list of upcoming shows to catch as they’ve just announced  a livestream gig set for Nov. 14. Airing ahead of the set is a 30-minute documentary, which will be making its world premiere.

The event, dubbed “Capturing Judas,” is a reprieve for Fozzy fans who hoped to catch the group, fronted by wrestling superstar Chris Jericho, on their “Save the World Tour.” The trek was originally postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic and rescheduled for the fall, but those dates again had to be pushed.

“After having to postpone our “Save The World Tour” multiple times due to the continuing lockdown, we decided we wanted to do something special for all of our fans worldwide who rocked with us over the past three years on the Judas tour cycle,” exclaimed Jericho.

Beaming with excitement, the singer continued, “So, on November 14, we will be coming at you LIVE without a net, to play some kick ass rock ‘n’ roll for you all! We’re also gonna tell you some fun road stories, have a few drinks and maybe even do some river dancing! So come join us and let’s all celebrate and commemorate the most successful album and tour of Fozzy’s career.”

The livestream will be broadcast at 6PM PT / 9PM ET and 2AM GMT on Nov. 14 and will be available to watch on demand for the following two weeks through Nov. 29. For tickets and more information, head here.

The pre-show will be comprised of the Capturing Judas documentary, which offers a behind-the-scenes look at Oct. 13, 2017 — the day Fozzy played three shows in three different time zones on the same day, traveling by private plane.

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Code Orange Announce ‘Back Inside the Glass’ Livestream Concert

Code Orange have made the most of their livestream events in 2020 and will add to that with their upcoming “Back Inside the Glass” all-immersive environmental experiences later this month.

The group will be staging a live show in the center of “awe-inspiring virtual landscapes,” providing a unique backdrop for their performance. The virtual event will take place on Oct. 31 at 4PM ET / 1PM PT.

In addition, fans will enjoy sets from special guests Machine Girl, Year of the Knife (playing their Internal Incarceration album in full) and Jesus Piece.

Tickets for Code Orange’s “Back Inside the Glass,” including VIP packages with special virtual fan experiences where viewers can be digitally projected into the venue, are currently on sale at LIVE.CODEORANGETOTH.COM. All purchasing tickets will get an instant download of “The Cutter,” a previously unreleased track from the Underneath album sessions.

Fans can also tune in at 3:00PM EST / 12:00PM PST for MUDBANGERS BALL (Vol.2), a special livestream pre-show hosted by Riki Rachtman featuring interviews and new heavy music videos, reimagining a beloved format.

Code Orange vocalist Jami Morgan says, “We are very excited to present the next chapter of the Code Orange live streaming experiment. We are hoping to deliver something on a whole new level with ‘Back Inside the Glass’ and are glad to have our brothers and sisters in Jesus Piece, Year of the Knife and Machine Girl along with us.”

Jesus Piece’s Luis Aponte remarked, “Code Orange made themselves the innovators of this,” adding, “If we were going to do a livestream, we’re going to do it right.”

“No one could have predicted what this year would bring or how it would devastate live music,” noted Year of the Knife bassist Madison Watkins. “In a world without touring, we have to keep pushing to find ways to connect and keep the momentum, and Code Orange is leading the pack in terms of innovating and creating new experiences.”

Machine Girl’s Matt Stephenson offered, “This is the first Machine Girl ‘live’ set since the beginning of the pandemic and I’m excited that it’s happening alongside Code Orange.”

The livestream comes on the heels of their Under the Skin stripped down virtual performance that was turned into a digital live album. Check here to pick it up. Code Orange also issued their latest studio album, Underneath, earlier this year and it’s available here.

Code Orange “Back Inside the Glass” Livestream

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Rock + Metal Virtual Performance Streaming Calendar

Updated Oct. 16

If you’re missing out on concerts and festivals because of cancelations over the coronavirus, you’re not alone. The live entertainment industry is taking a pretty big hit due to the illness, but musicians are coming together all over to put on streamable live performances for their fans in the meantime.

Dave Grohl and Billie Joe Armstrong have hosted concerts from their living rooms, where they play the classics everyone loves. Whether it’s an online festival in a game or a Facebook live, there’s something for all rock and metal fans alike. Some organizations and labels will be even be hosting a different artist every week.

We have compiled a list of virtual performances you can stream throughout the coming weeks while you continue to quarantine, and will update as more come up. Some will be recurring on a weekly basis, while others are one-time events. See them all below.

Enjoy, and stay safe!

Knotfest Weekly Live Streams

Knotfest’s website will stream a live performance from your favorite metal bands every Friday. So far, they’ve aired sets by Lamb of God and Megadeth, which both featured live chats with members of the bands.

Napalm Records’ “Napalm Sofa Series”

Napalm Records will host several bands on their “Napalm Sofa Series,” which take place in the form of live streams on their Facebook page. Be sure to stay tuned for updates, as they announce different performances every few days.

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Black Stone Cherry Announce Two-Set Single Day Livestream Shows

Southern fried blues rockers Black Stone Cherry will be performing two record release day livestream concerts, dubbed “Live From the Sky,” on Oct. 30.

The aim of the two sets is to afford fans in various time zones across the globe an opportunity to watch the band without having to tune in at a time you wouldn’t ordinarily be catching a concert (early afternoon or the very early hours of the morning).

Black Stone Cherry’s first set will take place at 8PM GMT for fans in the U.K. and Europe, with an additional set coming at 8PM ET for those in North and South America. Fans can expect to hear some songs off the group’s new album, The Human Condition, in addition to classic songs from across their back catalog.

Frontman and guitarist Chris Robertson exclaimed, “While this may not be the show we all hoped for, this is where we are! We hope you find yourselves feeling right here with us as we wish we were all together. Here’s to what would have been a year’s worth in one show!! Let’s rock!”

“Live From the Sky” will be broadcast from the SkyPac in Bowling Green, Kentucky. To purchase tickets (for $10) for the 8PM ET livestream, head here and for the 8PM GMT event (£10), go here.

Pre-order The Human Condition at this location and view the full album details further down the page.

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01. “Ringin’ in My Head”
02. “Again”
03. “Push Down & Turn”
04. “When Angels Learn to Fly”
05. “Live This Way”
06. “In Love With the Pain”
07. “The Chain”
08. “Ride”
09. “If My Heart Had Wings”
10. “Don’t Bring Me Down”
11. “Some Stories”
12. “The Devil in Your Eyes”
13. “Keep On Keepin’ On”

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GWAR to Play Full ‘Scumdogs’ Album for Special Guest Livestream

With two drive-in concerts now under their… loincloths… GWAR are bringing their gory show to the digital world with an Oct. 30 livestream event. In celebration of the 30th anniversary of their pivotal second album, Scumdogs of the Universe, our lords and masters will be playing the record in its entirety and will welcome special guests to the stage.

“We always wanted to do a concert without an audience in the room,” enthused Blothar, who then lamented, “The audience is always the worst part. Well, that and the fact that we’re constantly being attacked by a bunch of assholes while we try to get through a set.”

The 30th anniversary Scumdogs set has potential to attract some special guests, to which the front-thing commented, “Man, I hope none of those old school dicks show up to rain on our glorious parade.”

GWAR’s performance will begin at 8PM ET and a pre-show featuring members of the band will start two hours prior to set time. To get your tickets, head to GWAR’s website. This unique show will also be available to view on demand through Nov. 15.

With the U.S. presidential election on Nov. 3, GWAR have also urged fans to register to vote to determine who the band will kill onstage for the next four years. Get more voting information here.

Oct. 30 will also see the release of the remastered 30th anniversary edition of Scumdogs of the Universe. Limited edition box sets are also available in addition to standard formats. Head to this location to get your copy.

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Metallica’s Acoustic ‘All Within My Hands’ Show Will Be Streamed

Metallica are adjusting with the rest of the world during the pandemic, deciding to make their second annual All With My Hands Helping Hands concert and auction an online event for 2020. The band’s first worldwide pay-per-view event will take place on Saturday, Nov. 14, streaming live from Metallica HQ.

Just like last year, the band will celebrate the spirit of giving back by playing an acoustic show, which will serve as a fundraiser for the All Within My Hands Foundation. The stream will start at 2PM PT on Saturday, Nov. 14.

Ticket holders can enjoy multiple replays up to 48 hours from the start of the first stream. Additional ticketing info, including special VIP packages and bundle options, can be found at

As for the annual auction, Metallica have yet to reveal the auction items and experiences provided, but details will be made available closer to the event’s date.

Metallica started the All Within My Hands Foundation in 2017, and during its existence the organization has been involved assisting food banks, donated aid to Covid-19 relief organizations, helped out with financial assistance during the West Coast wildfires and started a Metallica Scholars initiative providing financial assistance to community colleges across the country.

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