The Jesus Lizard will be stopping at Union Transfer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on December 30, 2019 — I, Andy Jillson, will be there having a rock ‘n’ roll catharsis. This will be one of only three shows the band are scheduled to play this year. Whoa. Don’t sleep on this one y’all! Yep, The Jesus Lizard will be performing in Philly — and if you’re not a moron you’ll be there too. It’s going to be epic. Tickets for The Jesus Lizard show at Union Transfer can be purchased HERE. Continue reading below for full show preview.
Pigface performed at Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, Maryland on November 20, 2019 — and I, Andy Jillson, was there rocking out and taking pictures. This was about my eight or ninth time seeing Pigface live, but undoubtedly the most memorable. I was invited onstage by Martin Atkins to play the drums on his kit for the encore song, “Suck.” Mind-blowing. Surreal. Magical. Continue reading below for full concert review. All images copyright and courtesy of Andy Jillson.
Pigface performed at Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, Maryland on November 20, 2019 — and Hazy Eye Music Media’s contributor Brad Price was there to capture some of the chaotic industrial magic. Yep, in this “Photo Flashback” we’re taking a trip down memory lane with Pigface — and Brad is our guide. Continue reading below for more photos from the show. All images copyright and courtesy of Brad Price.
For the first Hazy Eye Music Media “Photo Flashback” we’ll be taking a trip down memory lane with Ministry. Whoa. Being a fan of Ministry, and most Al Jourgensen side projects since my teens, this is a show I will not soon forget. I was granted a photo pass and permission to photograph one of my childhood musical heroes. Hard to forget that. It only took about 3 or 4 years of requesting photo passes. Hahahahaha! I can still recall the feeling of pure bliss and redemption I experienced during my time in the photo pit. Continue reading below for full concert review. All images copyright and courtesy of Andy Jillson.
90’s alt-rock ground-breakers The Smashing Pumpkins kicked off their co-headlining North American tour with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds last month, and I caught their performance at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD. I was there taking pictures from the soundboard and reminiscing my depressingly sad and lonely teenage years. That’s not necessarily a bad thing though. The Smashing Pumpkins were one of those bands that oddly comforted me during my rock-filled adolescence, and I was once again comforted by their sound and presence. Continue reading below for full concert review. All images copyright and courtesy of Andy Jillson.