Album Review: Kool Keith x Thetan – Space Goretex

Legendary rapper Kool Keith has teamed with Nashville power violence duo Chad L’Plattenier and Dan Emery of Thetan for their fifteen track LP Space Goretex featuring appearances from members of Gwar, Three 6 Mafia, Dwarves and a mixture of Kool Keith’s creations. Sit back and prepare yourself in this moment of isolation to listen to … Continue reading Album Review: Kool Keith x Thetan – Space Goretex

Album Review: Gorilla Riot – Peach

Manchester’s rock 'n' blues crew, Gorilla Riot release their debut record, Peach via Yer Rocka Recordings and distributed by Cargo Records out at the end of January. Sometimes in life, a bit of dirty blues is needed as they open with “Riders I”. This slow guitar riff gets me feeling I’m back at school and … Continue reading Album Review: Gorilla Riot – Peach

Album Review: A New Tomorrow – Universe

Formed 2009 in London is the hard rock-influenced A New Tomorrow, who released their debut album Universe at the beginning of December. Created by vocalist/guitarist Alessio Garavello and bassist Andrea Lonardi, they were later joined by Tim Hall on drums and Michael Kew on guitars. These melodic hard rockers have been honing their skills since … Continue reading Album Review: A New Tomorrow – Universe

Album Review: William DuVall – One Alone

William DuVall isn’t just the geezer who had the unenviable task of taking over the mic once held by Layne Staley, but this Washington native is more. He’s been treading the musical boards for over thirty years performing with Atlanta hardcore band Neon Christ, rock/jazz crew No Walls. His wide range of incarnations from R’n’B, … Continue reading Album Review: William DuVall – One Alone

Album Review: Sick Joy – Them Days

A couple of years ago at the Camden Rock Festival, a few Moshville Times colleagues and I attended. One comrade mentioned an EP she reviewed by Brighton trio Sick Joy, and encouraged us that these guys should be the band we start the day off with at this all-day musical festival. I went along, as … Continue reading Album Review: Sick Joy – Them Days

Live Review: Dog Eat Dog – Underworld, London (28th September 2019)

Twenty-five years ago, Dog Eat Dog released All Boro Kings, an album that blew the roof off many rock venues and opened up an avenue for fans of Biohazard, Sick of it all and Cypress Hill to embrace hardcore, funk, rap and metal in one. Tonight the New Jersey crew are in London to celebrate … Continue reading Live Review: Dog Eat Dog – Underworld, London (28th September 2019)