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Tuesday, January 21, 2020
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Album Review: Barbarian Hermit – Solitude and Savagery

Barbarian Hermit opened Bloodstock in 2019 and by all accounts set the bar high for the scores of bands who followed over the long weekend. We managed to chat with them (in drunk blurry-o-vision) the day after, and they gifted [...]

January 8, 2020 Album Reviews

EP Review: MARW – MARW

MARW were some of the nicest guys we met at Bloodstock, annoyingly young, annoyingly pleasant and annoyingly talented. They told us a bit about themselves in the runup to 2019’s event, and dropped us a CD before they went to [...]

January 8, 2020 Album Reviews

Album Review: Empire Warning – Unite & Die

We’ve encountered Empire Warning a couple of times. Band of the Day back in 2018, in the runup to Bloodstock and we chatted to them at last year’s event as well. Winning London’s Metal 2 the Masses was no mean [...]

January 7, 2020 Album Reviews

Album Review: Apocalyptica – Cell-0

Another instrumental album, my second this year (check out the BFS on piano one) – but Apocalyptica’s first in seventeen years. For some reason this number surprised me. Partly as I’m more familiar with their older, and therefore instrumental, material [...]

January 6, 2020 Album Reviews

EP Review: Grief Ritual – Moments of Suffering

Continuing our blast through the CDs we were handed at this year’s Bloodstock, we have Grief Ritual’s recent release Moments of Suffering. We found out a bit about the band, who played the New Blood Stage, in the runup to the [...]

January 6, 2020 Album Reviews

Album Review: Anchor Lane – Casino

Undeniable fact: the best debut album to ever be released is Guns N’ Roses’ Appetite For Destruction. Nothing released before or since has come close. However, in 2013, ably assisted by Toby Jepson, The Virginmarys got about as close as [...]

January 6, 2020 Album Reviews