LIVE SHOW REVIEWS
Live at the Orpheum Theater, Madison, WI - September 10, 2008
by Jeff Muendel
Motörhead has been speeding through life since since 1975. That brings lead singer and bandleader Lemmy Kilmister in at over 60 years old. As part of the the 2008 Volcom Tour, which also includes Valient Thorr (great energy – hairy, sweaty, stinky, and fun) and Year Long Disaster (I liked them, too), the band played Madison Wisconsin on September 10th. The Misfits bailed out of the tour (boo!), so the primary focus was on Motörhead.
at the Riverside Theater in Milwaukee, WI - August 5th, 2008
by Jeff Muendel
Jeff went to Milwaukee to catch Alice Cooper at the Riverside in Milwaukee. Catch his review of the show, venue and catch a picture of Alice Cooper being hung from a gallows pole taken by Kristin Kizer.
Live at the Majestic Theater in Madison - February 14, 2008
by Sarah Paske
Neurosonic opened for Puddle Of Mudd recently at the Majestic Theater in Madison and acoustic the day before at Best Buy. Sarah Paske caught the event on film and blogged this review.
Live at Anaheim HOB - January 10, 2008
by Bear Frazer
Bear caught the Honorary Title in Anaheim, California at the House Of Blues. A piece of editorial that almost hit the cutting room floor, this exclusive review is available only at Maximumink.com!
Live at the High Noon Saloon in Madison - December 12, 2007
by Adam Wrathkey
Live at the High Noon Saloon in Madison, WI along with an interview of the band.
Photos by Phil Hunt
by Phil Hunt
Chimaira is out on the spring Jagermeister 2004 tour in support of their Roadrunner records release ” The Impossibility Of Reason.” The word, Chimaira, pronounced “kim-ear-uh,” is derived from a monster in ancient Greek mythology. Comprised of three parts - the head of a lion, the body of a goat and the tail of a dragon, the Chimaera breathed fire and fear into the hearts of man. Chimaira ‘s music, with it’s multi-layered attack of pure aggression, scathing melody and lyrical content that touches on the darkest side of human emotion will assault and infect anything with which it comes in contact.
Chimaira, the band started the carnage once the lights went out and never looked back. Vocalist Mark Hunter let loose with a blistering brand of fevered energy and rocked the crowd with selections from the band’s three releases “This Present Darkness”, ” Pass Out Of Existence” and ” The Impossibility Of Reason.”
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