Posts Tagged ‘Trees’

Trees (Dallas, TX) – Words and Photos by James Villa – If there is one thing I’ve learned about metal bands from overseas attempting to break into the American market, it’s this. The U.S. is a tough nut to crack. Not only are the fans of the music sophisticated in the bombastic ways the game is performed, they’ve heard…

Trees (Dallas, TX) – Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by James Villa – The Dallas/Fort Worth area may not be home to any of the huge nationally known festivals like Austin is, but the cities don’t have to be to still be able to reap some of the benefits of them. Take for instance the show at Trees this night, where, aft…

– By Karl Heinz / Photos by James Villa – Japanese rock band DIR EN GREY has announced a headline run of 14 North American cities that commences in Dallas, TX on November 3, and concludes on November 24th at the House of Blues in Los Angeles. Renowned for a self-realized vision that is unique, cross-cultural and certai…

Sunday, September 8th – TREES (Dallas, TX) – By James Villa – Buckcherry makes a stop in Dallas, hot on the heels of a strong intimate US tour before heading West for this year’s Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, then embarking on a European Tour, that will lead them into mid-December. Buckcherry will headline Trees i…

OTM RECOMMENDS: Adakain

– By James Villa – Dallas’ Adakain, featuring veteran rocker Ryan Ray.

Trees (Dallas, TX) – By James Villa – Los Angeles’ black and white The Neighbourhood and tour mates The 1975 swept through Dallas’ Trees last night, and we’ll have a review of the night’s events later on.  But if this picture can tell you the 1000 words, then perhaps you already know what happened? “Sweater Weather“ TH…

Trees (Dallas, TX) –  Words by Michal Elizabeth Smith / Photos by James Villa – “Disturbed Frontman Takes New Solo Project On Tour” Industrial metal band Device performed the first show of their headlining tour at Trees in Dallas. Frontman David Draiman formed the side project in June 2012 after his band, Disturbed wen…

Trees (Dallas, TX) – Words by Krishen Anthony / Photos by James Villa – “Sweden’s SOILWORK Shreds Trees” Soilwork’s intense brand of melodic death metal showcases their technical prowess as well as their dedication to the genre, but can they do it live? During their daunting 55 date U.S. tour, I was able to catch their…