Monday, September 24, 2018
GIK Acoustics - Europe
GIK Acoustics - Europe
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Band of the Day: Dead Ground

New week, new Band of the Day! Kicking off this bank holiday (if you’re in Scotland, anyway) with some words from Dead Ground… Simple things first – where are you guys from? Exeter in Devon! How did you meet? We studied together in Exeter Music College. How long have you [...]

September 24, 2018 Ross Band of the Day 0

EP Review: Seven Hells – Prologue

Another band who played Bloodstock this year and thrust a press pack into our sweaty mitts were Seven Hells. Buried within the package was their recent EP Prologue, four tracks of nu-ish metal-type noise. The first word I can use to describe Seven Hells is “heavy”, but there’s still plenty to [...]

September 24, 2018 Mosh Album Reviews 0

Interview: Obzidian (Bloodstock 2018)

As well as reviewing their album recently, we sat and had a chat with Obzidian after their set opening the New Blood stage on the final day of Bloodstock 2018. Here’s what the guys had to say… Obzidian: official | facebook | twitter | instagram | youtube | soundcloud [...]

September 24, 2018 Mosh Interviews 0

Band of the Day: CAMU

Write an intro, they said, but don’t tell anyone anything about the band that’s covered in the interview. So I had a read and realised there’s a ton of stuff they’ve told but thankfully not what they’re called! So, ladies and gentlebeings – CAMU… Simple things first: Where are you from? [...]

September 23, 2018 Ross Band of the Day 0

Gig Review: Jaret Reddick / The Dollyrots / Lacey – The Plug, Sheffield (17th September 2018)

Almost exactly a year to the day since I attended the first leg of Jaret Reddick’s Heartache and Hilarity tour in Manchester, I was lucky enough get to see the second round tonight at The Plug in Sheffield. There are a number of bands notorious for touring with Bowling for [...]

September 23, 2018 Jack Gig Reviews 0

EP Review: Bangladeafy – Ribboncutter

One of the first EPs I reviewed was by New York City-based duo Bangladeafy, Atif Haq a drummer with a demon inside him and bassist Jon Ehlers who makes bass sounds others dream of. In 2013 I listened and put some words together for their EP The Briefcase. A few [...]

September 23, 2018 MarkW Album Reviews 0