Band of the Day

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Band of the Day: Forty Four Hours

Manchester (UK) seems to be developing a bit of a scene again, and today’s band is yet another example of the type of act bubbling about there these days. Forty Four Hours are an alternative rock three-piece, who’ve recently released … read more


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Simbiose announce new album, debut track

Nearly three years following the release of their crushing and critically acclaimed fifth album Economical Terrorism, Portuguese grind/crust group Simbiose are back with new effort called Trapped, which is scheduled for release on March 15th via Anticorpos Records in collaboration … read more

Golden Oldies

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Golden Oldies – Lynyrd Skynyrd 1973-1977

Yeah, I know I normally pluck an old album out of the hat and wax lyrical about how good I remember it being, but this time I’m doing something different. On January 26th, Lynyrd Skynyrd are re-releasing their first six albums … read more

Gig Reviews

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Skyclad / Skiltron – Bannermans, Edinburgh (17th Jan, 2015)

[Photo sets: Skiltron | Skyclad – all pics by Lara of] These Moshville gigs tend to be firsts for me. This time took me out of my usual stomping ground of Glasgow to Scotland’s capital Edinburgh. It was rather exciting … read more

Classic Covers

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Classic Covers: Party Hard – Arcadia Mania

It’s new year’s eve, so here’s a party track for you. Culled from Andrew W.K.’s own facebook feed so you know it has the stamp of AUTHENTIC PARTY, this is a ridiculously silly cover of a ridiculously silly original. Everyone … read more


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Interview – Jill Janus of Huntress (27th Jan 2015)

[Words by Mosh, interview by James]Huntress are certainly putting the effort in when it comes to touring in support of their material and this was their second visit to Glasgow in almost exactly a year. In January 2014 I got … read more

Album Reviews

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Review: Subversion – Animi

This. Is. A Belter. Subversion aren’t a band I’d heard of before. I was just randomly flicking through the “for review” pile and the introduction to opener “Born of the Sun” hit me like a ton of bricks, smothered in … read more


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And So I Watch You From Afar announce new album & UK/EU tour

Today Northern Irish math rockers And So I Watch You From Afar (ASIWYFA) have announced their return with their new forthcoming album Heirs. This will be the eclectic quartet’s fourth full length album following on from their widely acclaimed album … read more