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Battlecross announce new album / stream new song

  Motor City thrashers Battlecross have just returned home from a successful trip to Bogota, CO, and nearly immediately upon returning, have launched a brand new song from their forthcoming album, Rise to Power! The new song, “Not Your Slave”, [...]

May 29, 2015 News
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2014 Year In Review: Top Gigs – Mosh

James and Ross have already had their says on this matter, but it’s time for me to have a quick dig through the memory banks (i.e. the reviews on here) and pick out the highlights of this year. And, frankly, [...]

December 21, 2014 Features

Battlecross / Channel Zero / Dictated – news and new songs!

Battlecross Release Slayer Cover Detroit, MI’s Battlecross just released a new cover of Slayer’s “War Ensemble!” Guitarist Hiran Deraniyagala says: “Slayer is obviously one of our biggest influences. Slayer taught me personally to not give a f#@k and throw in [...]

May 29, 2014 News

Battlecross – live “bootleg” videos

I’d argue the use of the term “bootleg” seeing as they’re authorised by the band, label and publicity people but hey. It’s all good. POV Recordings recently shot and edited live videos of “Flesh & Bone”, “Never Coming Back” and [...]

May 7, 2014 Videos

Battlecross – interview with Hiran Deraniyagala

As ever, apologies for my tardiness in getting an interview up on the page! This conversation was recorded at Glasgow’s O2 Academy on February 4th, 2014. Battlecross were opening for the duel headliners of Trivium and Killswitch Engage on their [...]

February 7, 2014 Interviews

Killswitch Engage / Trivium / Miss May I / Battlecross – Glasgow O2 Academy

[pics on Flickr: KSE / Trivium / Miss May I / Battlecross] Trivium seem to have a knack of travelling with excellent line-ups around them. This time a co-headliner with Killswitch Engage, but also giving stage time to two hard [...]

February 4, 2014 Gig Reviews