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Gig Review: Testament, Annihilator and Vader – QMU, Glasgow (2nd April 2018)

With an all-star thrash line-up, this gig is set to be a contender as gig of the year for many. With each band firing on all cylinders following their latest awesome releases (Testament’s Brotherhood of the Snake, Annihilator’s For the [...]

April 14, 2018 Gig Reviews

Lords of the Land 2018 – live(ish) review part 3

After his phone battery died in the line of duty, we gave him (and it) a chance to recover yesterday before Sean drafted the final part of his review of this year’s Lords of the Land event. Don’t forget to [...]

April 9, 2018 Gig Reviews

Lords of the Land 2018 – live(ish) review part 2

Sean is at this year’s wonderfully heavy Lords of the Land festival at Glasgow Barrowlands today, and is drip-feeding us reviews band-by-band. The final part will come through tomorrow as his phone was on 1% when he sent this… Part [...]

April 7, 2018 Gig Reviews

Lords of the Land 2018 – live(ish) review

Sean is at this year’s wonderfully heavy Lords of the Land festival at Glasgow Barrowlands today, and is drip-feeding us reviews band-by-band. We’ll update through the day and evening! Glasgow’s Lords of the Land fest makes its third installment at [...]

April 7, 2018 Gig Reviews

Golden Oldie: Kreator – Coma of Souls

The 90s always divides opinion amongst metalheads. However as many thrash bands fell to the wayside as the decade drew on, there were still awesome albums being released. Teutonic terrors Kreator arguably reached a peak at the beginning of the [...]

March 9, 2018 Golden Oldies

Gig Review: Anvil / Burnt Out Wreck – Cathouse, Glasgow (10th Feb 2018)

Firing on all cylinders off the release of their latest album, Pounding the Pavement, Canadian metal legends Anvil are doing just that. Currently on tour promoting the album, the band are certain to bring the party to Glasgow with their [...]

February 15, 2018 Gig Reviews