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Review: Uriah Heep – Live At Koko

Uriah Heep was formed in 1969 and were contemporaries of Led Zepplin, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple. They were probably closest in sound to Deep Purple: both have Hammond organ and guitar leading the sound; both had dalliances with orchestras; [...]

April 28, 2015 Album Reviews

Review: Korpiklaani – Noita

It’s no secret that I’m a fan of Folk metal. And Korpiklaani has been creating some the finest for a good few years. This newest effort is surely some of the best I’ve heard. Production wise, it’s nice and clean [...]

April 28, 2015 Album Reviews

Theory of a Deadman/Beasts – O2 ABC, Glasgow (26th April 2015)

[Photo sets on flickr: Theory of a Deadman / Beasts] I’ll be honest, I was slightly nervous about this one. I’ve seen Theory of a Deadman twice, both opening for much bigger bands in two terrible venues: the SECC and [...]

April 28, 2015 Gig Reviews

Review: The Burning Crows – Murder at the Gin House

It struck my mind some time ago that 2013 was an incredible year for debut albums with the likes of The Virginmarys, Black Star Riders and of course, The Burning Crows. All of whom have their follow-up due in 2015. [...]

April 27, 2015 Album Reviews

Review: Cambion – Virus EP (extended edition)

Released last Monday, 20th April, Devon’s Cambion bunged a couple of new tracks onto their existing Virus EP and threw it back out for public consumption. And consume you should if you like a bit of progressive death. Virus is best [...]

April 25, 2015 Album Reviews

Review: Six Feet Under – Crypt of the Devil

Chris Barnes seems to be the Marmite of the death metal scene. I have friends who like his vocals and friends who can’t stand them, but that’s the thing about music – it’s all about personal taste. I’m in the [...]

April 25, 2015 Album Reviews