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Band of the Day: A Sudden Burst of Colour

In the hands of truly talented musicians, an instrumental piece of music can say more than any singer or lyricist could ever be capable of. Such is the case with A Sudden Burst of Colour, an instrumental post-rock band from [...]

February 22, 2018 Band of the Day

Band of the Day: Jet Fuel Chemistry

Throw out your ostentatious guitar solos, your gimmicky group costumes, and your oh-so-brootal breakdowns, Jet Fuel Chemistry are here to show you that you don’t need any of that to produce a truly weighty track. The Dublin-based hard rock quartet [...]

February 20, 2018 Band of the Day

Review: Windhand/Satan’s Satyrs – Split

When two of the finest young American heavy metal groups come together to release a split album, you know that the only thing you need to expect is sheer joy. That, and bone-crushingly weighty riffs, of course. The Virginian duo, [...]

February 17, 2018 Album Reviews

Band of the Day: Visionoir

If you’re a fan of dark, gloomy, and insanely-proggy metal, then you need look no farther than the surreal, yet continually intriguing Visionoir. The one-man progressive avant-garde metal outfit released his first full-length album in 2017, something eagerly awaited by [...]

February 16, 2018 Band of the Day

Review: Miracle – The Strife of Love in a Dream

Dark synthpop is one of the most overlooked genres of music within the contemporary music scene and I will fight anyone who says otherwise. In a musical landscape filled with overly joyous pop monstrosities and faux-moody love melodies, there is [...]

February 6, 2018 Album Reviews

Review: Bleeding Gods – Dodekathlon

Before I even had the chance to lay my ears on the dark brilliance that is Dodekathlon, fellow Moshville Times writer Ricky Fleming indicated to me that the band sounded akin to a “deathlier Dimmu Borgir”, mixed with Hate and [...]

February 2, 2018 Album Reviews