Sully Erna

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Something in the struggle

It would have taken some favorable odds for me to have put money on Loki celebrating a decade as a band back when they debuted in 2000. Jonathan Taylor’s Sully Erna-like metal-growl was all in vogue with the angry young man set, and there seemed to be d
Ten years in, Loki have seen an Ebb and Flow
By SAM PFEIFLE  |  April 16, 2010

Full speed ahead

The Sea Captains don't take themselves particularly seriously.
Riding high with the Sea Captains
By SAM PFEIFLE  |  October 16, 2009
Nu-Metal, Greg Behrendt and WTF

Nu-Metal, Greg Behrendt and WTF

The Best Worst Nu-Metal Song returns with the Battle for New England! Greg Behrendt stops ...
By Charlie  |  February 13, 2009

Going on sale: August 8, 2008

The Who, Panic at the Disco, TV on the Radio, Cheech + Chong, and more.
Breaking news from the concert ticket trade
By GOING ON SALE  |  August 05, 2008

Boston, beer, and Bobby Brown

Last weekend at the Orpheum, Bobby Brown was not indicted but inducted.
The 20th-Anniversary BMAs
By JIM SULLIVAN  |  December 09, 2007

A tribute to Brad Delp

Brad Delp, singer for Boston and Beatles cover band Beatlejuice, was a rock-and-roll suicide.
Boston, Extreme, Godsmack, Bank of America Pavillion, August 19, 2007
By JIM SULLIVAN  |  August 20, 2007


The New New Age

“In the United States,” wrote novelist and poet Jim Harrison in 1976, “it is a curious habit of ours to wait for the future when it has happened already.”| Daniel Pinchbeck discusses 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl (mp3)
The movement pulls away from the mainstream and gets apocalyptic
By JAMES PARKER  |  August 17, 2006

War stories

The men of Antler are no longer chasing the big time, balls crushed in leather pants. What are they hoping for from this project? Antler, "The Gentle Butcher   (mp3)
Antler don’t want your crack
By JAMES PARKER  |  June 14, 2006

Redemption rock

The idea of fall and redemption is thousands of years old, and it’s laced into the new Godsmack album, where singer Sully Erna’s lyrics spin a tale of rock-and-roll excess, its emotional strain, and if not outright salvation, at least the promise of it.
Godsmack look to the metal greats for guidance
By TED DROZDOWSKI  |  May 04, 2006