Album Review: Burn The Priest – Legion: XX

As a quick disclaimer, Burn The Priest is the previous incarnation of Lamb Of God before changing their name shortly after the release of their self-titled debut in 1999. Same members, same everything but with a slightly altered sound, transitioning steadily over time from the scratchy extreme punk of their 1999 release for a more … Continue reading Album Review: Burn The Priest – Legion: XX

Rebellion Festival confirms live Q&A with John Lydon

Blackpool's Rebellion Festival, running from the 2nd to the 5th of August at The Winter Gardens, has confirmed a special live Q&A session with Public Image Limited (PiL) and Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon, nicely lining up with PiL's 40th anniversary as a band. The Q&A will take place on the final day of the festival prior … Continue reading Rebellion Festival confirms live Q&A with John Lydon

Ufomammut vocalist reveals new solo project The Mon

Urlo, vocalist, bassist and synth player of doom outfit Ufomammut has unveiled The Mon as a new solo project. Two tracks "Relics" and "Souloop" have appeared on their bandcamp page, showing off the dark, brooding atmospheres we can expect from their debut - set to arrive sometime this year. While The Mon still carry the same … Continue reading Ufomammut vocalist reveals new solo project The Mon

Bearded Theory Festival launch “FoodBank Holiday” campaign

The fine folk over at Bearded Theory Festival have announced plans at this years event to collect as much as 5,000 non-perishable goods for local charity Padley Group. As a note to attendees, the organisers are asking if each festival-goer can bring one non-perishable item with them for a collection at the site's car parks … Continue reading Bearded Theory Festival launch “FoodBank Holiday” campaign

Interview: Jami Morgan of Code Orange

Few can discard quite how much ground Code Orange have covered in the past 18 months. Quite literally they've been the catalyst to usher in a new reality, one where the extremity is not only acceptable, it can be the big thing. Picking Jami Morgan's brains at Brixton Academy before their final show supporting Trivium alongside … Continue reading Interview: Jami Morgan of Code Orange

Interview: Alex Bent of Trivium

It's been a tumultuous ride for Trivium over the past 6 months. Putting out The Sin And The Sentence and suddenly becoming the focal point of a relieved, welcoming metal scene and now touring with hottest bands in our world, ending with a finale at London's Brixton Academy - where we're sat tonight. Fitting in … Continue reading Interview: Alex Bent of Trivium