Sunday, October 25, 2020
GIK Acoustics - Europe
GIK Acoustics - Europe
The Moshville Times

Judicator release new music video for “Let There Be Light”

Power metal quartet, Judicator, have today released a new music video for “Let There Be Light”, taken from their recently released album, Let There Be Nothing. The visually striking video draws from the album’s themes of high concept historical adventure centered around the story’s protagonist, Belisarius, a humble and renowned [...]

October 24, 2020 Mosh Videos 0

Symbtomy release guest-filled EP

“Old school death metal” band Symbtomy from Czech Republic/United Kingdom have just release first recording DEMO#1 with three songs and three vocal guests: Johan Jansson (Interment) Jonny Pettersson (Wombbath, Just Before Dawn, Henry Kane) Ralf Hauber (Revel In Flesh) The band is tribute to 90s era and 90s death metal [...]

October 24, 2020 Mosh News 0

Iconic Eye announce new EP and single and live show… and singer!

Critically acclaimed British rock band Iconic Eye are pleased to confirm that Janey Smith, previously known as Janey Bombshell, is their new lead singer. She makes her debut with Iconic Eye when they release their new EP Back From Behind The Sun on Friday 4th December 2020. The EP is [...]

October 24, 2020 Mosh News 0

Album Review: Yovel – Forthcoming Humanity

We’ve featured Yovel a couple of times before, including a Band of the Day article some time ago. They Greek black metallers released their sophomore album Forthcoming Humanity at the start of this month and I’ve just had a chance to sit and listen to it. The album is based on [...]

October 24, 2020 Mosh Album Reviews 0

Band of the Day: Madre Sun

You may have heard of Michael Schenker. Well, now you need to be hearing about his son, Tyson, and his own band. We give you… Madre Sun. Simple things first – where are you guys from? Tyson: Matt and Eduardo are from Sao Paulo, Brazil and I am from London. [...]

October 24, 2020 Ross Band of the Day 0

Album Review: Bruce Springsteen – Letter to You

Bruce Springsteen has never been one to sit idle. Letter to You may be his first album with the E Street Band since 2014 but he’s never been away. Constantly touring the world and a Broadway residency which lasted over a year (never one to do a live performance by [...]

October 23, 2020 Ross Album Reviews 0