Remember the 90s when an influx of post-grunge and nu-metal bands caused havoc around music venues (many have of these sites have now gone)? One band which is part of this movement are Jacksonville natives Cold. Fronted/formed by multi-instrumentalist Scooter Ward. Years have flown by since their self-titled, Ross Robinson produced record of 1997 which … Continue reading Album Review: COLD – The Things We Can’t Stop
Ross Tweddell is Editor-in-Chief of wrestling magazine, podcast and social media icons, Cultaholic. Ross agreed to answer a few questions about wrestling and music. Let us see how we got on. Can you explain Cultaholic? How it started, what it’s about and what kind of response have you had since its creation? Even though the … Continue reading Interview: Ross Tweddell of Cultaholic
Manchester’s SUNGLO released their debut EP, Are you Happy? on the 18th July. The four-piece alternative rockers, are, in the words of Wu Tang Clan been bringing da ruckus and turning heads since their formation, this includes us, here at Moshville Times on our Band of the Day feature. Are You Happy? features five tracks, … Continue reading EP Review: SUNGLO – Are You Happy?
The good thing about doing the odd bit of writing for a music magazine is at times you’re going to hear a band that makes the hairs on the back of your hand stand up, in a spidey sense type of way, and in 2016 Yorkshire’s finest, Servers recorded Everything is Ok, an album that … Continue reading Album Review: Servers – Ad Nauseam
Before social media many of us found bands by accident or from a well versed mate who knew a drummer in a band. On this occasion Heart Through Sacrifice came into my psyche via someone who has been following them for a short while....in their words....You gotta check this band out. I did and I … Continue reading Band of The Day: Heart Through Sacrifice
Age of Unreason is Bad Religion’s 17th studio album and co-produced by Carlos de la Garza, and it is both furious and meticulously crafted. There are references to contemporary events; racist rallies, Trump’s election, the erosion of the middle class, Colin Kaepernick’s protest, alternative facts, conspiracy theories, along with homages to the literary and philosophical … Continue reading Album Review: Bad Religion – Age of Unreason