A neighborhood composed of two districts: Puente de Vallecas and Villa de Vallecas. Vallecas was an independent village until 1950 when it became part of Madrid (wiki)
I’m gonna focus on Puente de Vallecas district (metro station Puente de Vallecas, line 1, light blue)
Stones Rock Bar. It’s a restaurant as well. I couldn’t find the opening hours, sorry. Metro station Buenos Aires or Alto del Arenal (both line 1, light blue)
Cathouse Rock Bar. Pub opened till 3:00 am. Metro station Puente de Vallecas (line 1, light blue)
Hebe.Pub and venue. I’ve been there once and the stage is a bit narrow but the sound is good. Open till 3:00 am from monday to thursday and 5:30 weekends (except sunday, is closed) Metro station Nueva numancia (line 1, light blue)
Jimmy Jazz. Pub and concert venue. Mainly Punk and rock. Open till 2:30 am, friday and saturday till 3:30 am. Metro station Portazgo (line 1, light blue)
Inferno. One of my favorites pubs in Madrid. I’ve been hanging out there since 2013. It’s a kind of Jagermaister house and the owner always has a good metal: from Meshuggah to Machine head. Has darts, pool, pinball and table football. The nearest station is Buenos aires (line 1, light blue). Open til 3:30.
Vkaos. Heavy metal pub with darts, pinball and table football. Open till 2:30 am except moondays. Metro station Nueva numancia (line 1, light blue)