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100-Word Review: Chiral – Abisso

Italian progressive black metal band Chiral released their debut EP on June 21st as a digital download. Plans are to release it on CD through Black Plague Records shortly. The EP is only €2, so if you like your black metal tinged with a bit of an experimental flavour then [...]

July 28, 2014 Mosh Album Reviews 1

100-Word review: F.A.C.E. – A New Light

Out since the end of May, A New Light is the debut album from F.A.C.E. Formed by Bulgarian guitarist Villy Neshev, the line-up is like a local “supergroup” of members of Bulgarian prog/tech bands. They first came together in 2010 and started recording the album last year. There are nine tracks [...]

July 27, 2014 Mosh Album Reviews 0

13th Note Quadruple-header, August 22nd

A wonderfully varied four bands taking to the stage at the 13th Note in Glasgow on August 22nd. Tickets only a fiver as well, which must qualify as value for money. Former Band of the Day Miss the Occupier are on there, as are another alumni, Weird Decibels. Support is completed [...]

July 27, 2014 Mosh Tours/Live Dates 0

Review: Alestorm – Sunset On The Golden Age

A debut review from our Wench-in-the-South Talia today. This seemed like a fine piratical album to let her sharpen her cutlass on… Sunset On The Golden Age is available from August 1st via Napalm Records. There are two reasons to listen to this album. The first is that you are in [...]

July 27, 2014 Talia Album Reviews 1

Aeon Zen announce new album / new video

UK based Aeon Zen, a shining light in the British progressive metal scene, return in 2014 with the release of their fourth album, Ephemera, on September 1st. Arguably their most ambitious effort to date, Ephemera showcases the band as passionate, progressive visionaries, with music set to transport the listener to a [...]

July 25, 2014 Mosh News 0

100-Word Review: Bloody Hammers – Under Satan’s Sun

Released almost two months ago (May 30th), but spinning round on my mp3 player this afternoon for the first time was Bloody Hammers’ new LP Under Satan’s Sun. You know that “shit, I wish I’d listened to this sooner” feeling? Yeah, that. Grinding out a distinctive blend of doom, rock (with [...]

July 25, 2014 Mosh Album Reviews 0