Scandinavia came to Dallas on Tuesday, May 5th, when Nightwish, Sabaton and Delain invaded The Bomb Factory. And by the turn out you would have thought it was a weekend. Devoted fans poured into the building, packing it to the brim and ready to rock hard despite it being in the middle of the week. Continue reading Nightwish, Sabaton, Delain
Ministry bids farewell to Dallas at the Bomb Factory
It is fairly well known that Ministry will be calling it quits after the From Beer to Eternity Tour ends, as Al Jourgensen has stated he has no interest in continuing the band without his best friend, late guitarist Mike Scaccia. Given that this was likely the last Ministry show in Dallas, the crowd at the Bomb Factory on Sunday night, May 3rd, was surprisingly thin. The balcony remained closed, and the floor filled only to half capacity. The fans who did show up, though, were treated to a memorable show from Jourgensen and his crew, along with opening acts Avatar and The SixxiS.
SIXX:AM and Apocalyptica rock The Bomb Factory
The Deep Ellum Arts District in downtown Dallas is known for it’s music scene, and has had many amazing music venues over the years. Recently one of those historic venues, The Bomb Factory, reopened and what could be a better way to show they intend to inject some major energy into the Dallas music scene then by bringing in SIXX:AM and Apocalyptica.