Festival Review: Hellfest 2023 Day 4

Day 4 – Hellfest 2023 – Is it time to go home yet? With injuries strapped up and caffeine loaded we get to the site on day 4 to catch the end of Hollywood Undead’s rap metal show that could teach Machine Gun Kelly a few lessons in song writing and more importantly delivery and … Continue reading Festival Review: Hellfest 2023 Day 4

Festival Review: Hellfest 2023 Day 3

Day 3 – Hellfest 2023 – Disneyland for Metalheads Hellfest day 3 started off with yours truly getting the full festival experience by testing out the first aid facilities on site, which I must say were top notch and was yet another example of the organisational excellence of the organisers! Due to my stop off … Continue reading Festival Review: Hellfest 2023 Day 3

Festival Review: Hellfest 2023 Day 2

Day 2 – Hellfest 2023 – The Odyssey Continues Day two of Hellfest begins as the first day ended, hot and sticky which tends to be the norm and hence apart from the music, makes it the best festival to attend for us British types who are used to donning the wellies and heading to … Continue reading Festival Review: Hellfest 2023 Day 2

Festival Review: Hellfest 2023 Day 1

Day 1 - Hellfest 2023 - The Odyssey Begins To metalheads in mainland Europe, Hellfest is the pinnacle of festivals. Yes, you have the more well known Wacken and its smaller cousin in Belgium, Graspop, but Hellfest is always the one that people talk about and want to go to. Even at customs at Ijmuiden … Continue reading Festival Review: Hellfest 2023 Day 1

Gig Review: Sepultura / Sacred Reich / Crowbar – QMU, Glasgow (1st November 2022)

The first day of November is All Saints day, but instead of saints we have three powerhouses of the metal world on display in Glasgow this evening. Doors at the QMU are the ungodly hour of 5.30pm due to the snowflake nature of the local authority regarding noise pollution but this also has its advantages … Continue reading Gig Review: Sepultura / Sacred Reich / Crowbar – QMU, Glasgow (1st November 2022)

Livestream Review: Crowbar (20th February, 2021)

What could lift our spirits more in this Covid world that we live in? Boris Johnson's head on a silver platter? A delivery of free beer to the house? Or ideally attending a real gig with other human beings? With none of these available for the foreseeable future, what more can we ask for on … Continue reading Livestream Review: Crowbar (20th February, 2021)