Posts Tagged ‘illinois’

POP EVIL at Kewanee Stock 2014

pop evil kewanee illinois concert review

POP EVIL ROCKS KEWANEE STOCK! photos by Michael McMillen Saturday, under threats of severe storms ruining the whole thing, was the 2nd annual Kewanee Stock festival in Kewanee Illinois.  This years event was made up of local bands Brushville,  Mindset Evolution,  3 Years Hollow and Sick Puppies with Grand Rapids, Michigan  rockers Pop Evil headlining.  [...]


mayday parade bloomington castle

MAYDAY PARADE’S SO DEVASTATING, IT’S UNNATURAL TOUR SELLS OUT AT THE CASTLE THEATRE Anxious and dedicated fans lined up outside of the Castle Theatre early Sunday morning in anticipation of seeing big-time, alternative band Mayday Parade. The show began with opening acts Divided By Friday, Transit, and We Are The In Crowd.  Each band took [...]


we are the in crowd gallery

Photo gallery from the amazing performance by We Are The In Crowd at The Castle in Bloomington, IL.   Photos by Michael McMillen


motionless in white at bloomington castle

DEVIL’S NIGHT AT THE CASTLE Motionless In White brought their intense goth/metal show to probably the busiest music venue in southern Illinois, The Castle Theatre in Bloomington.  I talked with some of the fans before the show and found that they had come as far away as southern Indiana just to see this amazing performance [...]

ATTILA at the Castle

attila at the castle in bloomington

A Monday night with snow on the ground and below zero wind chill temperatures didn’t stop a near sellout crowd from attending the show at the Castle headlined by Attila from Atlanta, GA.  This was “The New Kings Tour” that featured five great bands and started out with high energy and never let up until [...]

SOULFLY in Bloomington

soulfly at the castle in bloomington

SOULFLY STORMS THE CASTLE! For the second consecutive night metal fans were out in full force braving the bitter cold and snow to attend a concert at The Castle Theater in Bloomington, Illinois.  On the bill was headliner Soulfy backed by Blackwater, Bloodroot and Degrade the Signal.  The crowd started out small but filled in [...]