Sunday, April 22, 2018
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  • Band of the Day: Fields of Violet

    One-man act Fields of Violet is also a member of Scorching Winter. Fields of Violet is a music project by composer, producer and guitarist Rafael Katigbak featuring performances from

  • De Profundis announce UK Summer tour

    In support of their forthcoming record The Blinding Light Of Faith, set for release on May 10th via Transcending Obscurity records, British death metallers De Profundis have announced

  • DOOM soundtrack committing to vinyl and CD this summer

    Acclaimed, award-winning 2016 game DOOM is set to have its soundtrack committed to vinyl this summer. Obviously, this would not be reported on a metal site if the

  • Interview: Dave Silver of Savage Messiah

    Before they took to the stage Glasgow, Savage Messiah’s singer and guitarist Dave Silver took time to chat to our own Bones. Can I, as editor, give Bones a

  • Band of the Day: The Night Suns

    Radu Constantin, singer and guitarist with dark rockers The Night Suns, staggers into the daylight long enough to answer our Band of the Day questions… Simple things first

Album Review: Anthrax – Kings Among Scotland

I’m pretty sure this is a first, reviewing a live album recorded at a gig we attended and reviewed! A little over a year ago, Anthrax hit Glasgow and blew holes in The Barrowlands. Before the gig it was announced they’d be recording it for a live album and we’re [...]

April 18, 2018 Mosh Album Reviews 0

EP Review: Gutlocker – Cry Havoc!

After premiering their recent video for “Welcome to Fucktown”, it would have been rude not to review the other three tracks on Gutlocker’s new EP, Cry Havoc! And we’re not rude here (much), so review it we have. Cry Havoc! is four tracks of harsh, tearing, soul-searing metal. Craig McBrearty’s vocals [...]

April 18, 2018 Mosh Album Reviews 0

Gig Review: Frank Turner / Arkells / The Homeless Gospel Choir – Manchester Academy (13th April 2018)

With the venue slowly filling with people aged from 7 years old to 70, the first of Frank Turner’s hand-picked support bands took to the stage. The Homeless Gospel Choir, also known as Derek Zanetti took to the stage wearing a very floral shirt and matching trousers to play a [...]

April 18, 2018 Kristal Gig Reviews 0

Gig Review: Metal 2 The Masses London – Heat 10 (15th April 2018)

Metal 2 The Masses (The Road to Bloodstock) is back with heat 10 at The Big Red. Tonight, four bands enter the stage and two go through victorious, and as usual, the results are 50/50. 50% panel and 50% the people in attendance. If this were a boxing match, “Sweet [...]

April 18, 2018 MarkW Gig Reviews 0

Band of the Day: Kinjiru

An act championed by many including Beermageddon’s Jim Beerman, Kinjiru has been making waves on the underground oceans for a while now. Find out a bit more about this solo project from the horse’s mouth… Simple things first – where are you guys from? Well, I should really point out [...]

April 18, 2018 Mosh Band of the Day 0

Album Review: Behemoth – Messe Noire

Love them or hate them, you cannot deny the musical entity that is Behemoth and their position at the forefront of the extreme metal scene. With ten albums under their belt and countless EPs and singles, Messe Noire (Black Mass) is Behemoth’s seventh live album and was recorded in their [...]

April 18, 2018 Ricky Album Reviews 0