Motley 2

MOTLEY 2 - International Touring Motley Crue Tribute Artist w/ special guests SONIC TEMPLE - The Cult WITCHES VALLEY - Dio TEXAS MODERN-DAY COWBOYS - Tesla       Read More

I Am Morbid

w/ Interment, Demonseed, Astyanax, & more TBA Read More

BBQ + Metal w/Revocation

w/Abigail Williams, Exhumed, Rivers of Nihil, Ghost Bath, Wolvhammer, Yautja, Chemicaust, Necrosis, Empty Shell, Exhortation, & Necrosis Read More

All Hail The Yeti

w/ Zero Theorem,  Headstitch,  Monsters Made Me,  BAD BLOOD, and Plague of Athens Read More

Sons of Texas

w/ Life Of Scars, Iron Jaw, Project Rogue, Rabid Flesh Eaters,  and Ghosts of November       Read More

Concert Review: A Cutthroat Comeback

Civil unrest got that evening going around 8 p.m. at The Rail Club on Friday July 27th. There an up-and-coming act with influences from Avenged Sevenfold Mushroomhead Slipknot and Trivium plus many more. I have seen these guys quite a few times now and they generally improve every time. While still incredibly new to the DFW scene they are extremely hungry and can pull a crowd. Stage presence is improving tremendously along with overall musicianship. Keep an eye on these guys. Suffer The Human Condition built upon the momentum that civil unrest started. They are extremely heavy with a Beat down Style of music. The crowd was starting to ... Read More

Concert Review: Dokken at The Rail Club

What a night of terrific of classic 80's metal that was served up by Dokken. Having sold 10 million albums worldwide Dokken has established a loyal and solid fan base. Those fans sure did turn out on this occasion and packed The Rail Club to almost capacity. The night got started off with local bands opening the show. Redline Drive came ready to play and got things started with a high energy 30 minute set. Followed by Rail Club regulars Blackout. They are no strangers to opening up shows for these types of high caliber national touring acts. Blackout and company ripped through their set to the audiences delight. They always deliver and ... Read More

Concert Review: Paul Wall at The Rail Club

Paul Wall came through tonight at the rail club and performed a ton of his classic hits plus some new material.  Being a Texas legend I've respected for quite some time but never have had the opportunity to see live it was amazing to finally get to experience that.  When "Sitting Sideways" came on the crowd went crazy and surged forward.  Getting to be on the other side of the gate is awesome but getting to see your favorite artists in this fashion is a dream come true.  Fan interaction from Paul was very to him,  even after all the meet and greet patrons had finished he still wanted to meet more of them.  This will go down as one ... Read More

The Rail Club Presents Last In Line 4/15/18

On Sunday April 15th we all gathered united for a common goal.  We all wanted to stick it to breast cancer and donate as much money as we could for the Breast Cancer Can Stick It Foundation.  There was a silent auction with many great pieces of memorabilia available to be bought by the highest bidder.  Breast Cancer survivor and founder of the foundation April Samuels can light up the room with her energy and passion for this cause.  Their biggest yearly event is the Drumathon which attracts some of the best national and local drummers to participate in a drum circle style event where the percussion can be heard from miles away. ... Read More

Concert Review: Dead Kennedys at The Rail Club

The cold and rain didn’t keep hundreds of punk rock fans from waiting more than an hour to get into the Rail Club (3101 Joyce Dr, 817-560-7245) on Saturday night. Though the venue is known more as a bastion for metal heads, the Westside all-ages club snagged legendary San Francisco punk pioneers The Dead Kennedys, who haven’t toured since 2001. Because of some band drama that was settled in a courtroom, the iconic quartet is on the road without its notorious frontman Jello Biafra. Before DK played its more than hour-long set of now-classics from its vast catalogue, the near-sell-out crowd was treated to a few North Texas’ ... Read More