Tuesday, March 26, 2019
GIK Acoustics - Europe
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Machine Head: near-original lineup Burn My Eyes tour!

We’re a few minutes behind with this news, purely as I needed to stop bouncing around the room long enough to type this up. Way back in what must have been 1994 I saw Machine Head open for Slayer at Leeds T&C. A few months later (May ’95), they headlined [...]

March 25, 2019 Mosh Tours/Live Dates 0

Gig Review: Erja Lyytinen / Brian Rawson Band – Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow (23rd March 2019)

So a short train journey to Glasgow today to catch the Queen of slide guitar Erja Lyytinen at Nice N Sleazy, a new venue for me, in Sauchiehall Street. The tour is promoting her new album Another World out shortly, but first up we have the Brian Rawson Band with [...]

March 25, 2019 Gary Gig Reviews 0

Album Review: Gasoline Outlaws – Light Up The World

The last time I encountered Gasoline Outlaws was in a cosy little room at Wildfire festival in 2016 where we did a quick interview. Gary caught them in Edinburgh last year and they’re now out and about supporting their latest release Light Up The World. It was funded by a Pledge [...]

March 25, 2019 Mosh Album Reviews 0

Band of the Day: The Bottom Line

The Bottom Line tell us they love getting weird. They came to the right place. Simple things first – where are you guys from? Kinda all over the place! Tom lives in Dorset, Max lives in Southsea now and me (Cal) and Matt live in a tiny village called Midhurst! [...]

March 25, 2019 Ross Band of the Day 0

Gig Review: Skarlett Riot / Fahran / Sertraline Bannermans Bar, Edinburgh (21st March 2019)

Here we are again at Bannermans for the start of Skarlett Riot’s UK tour, but before that we have two support bands to listen to. Having seen all three bands before I know it will be a good night. The first band up tonight, in an already packed venue, are [...]

March 25, 2019 Gary Gig Reviews 0

Album Review: Fallujah – Undying Light

Fallujah exploded onto the metal scene a few years ago with their 2014 release The Flesh Prevails garnering them a cult following within the extreme metal scene for their unique melodies and intricate soloing from guitarist Scott Carstairs. 2016’s Dreamless took the band to yet further heights, being hailed as one of the band’s [...]

March 24, 2019 James Album Reviews 0