Review: The Toi – Water into Wine

[avatar user="Ross" size="50" align="left" /]Don’t know who the Toi are? Well, shame on you, sir (or madam). They’re a three-piece band from right here in Glasgow and fantastic into the bargain. I’ve had the pleasure of seeing the guys a handful of times in the past and I can’t think of a time when they … Continue reading Review: The Toi – Water into Wine

Review: Chaos Divine – Colliding Skies

[avatar user="Ross" size="50" align="left" /]Chaos Divine may not be a band you’ve heard of before. Certainly I haven’t. Describing themselves on their Facebook page as “progressive hard rock”, I’d say they weren’t too far off the mark. Citing both prog and heavy influences such as Pink Floyd, Porcupine Tree, Gojira and Mastodon, they fuse together … Continue reading Review: Chaos Divine – Colliding Skies

Review: The Barnum Meserve – The Barnum Meserve

[avatar user="Mosh" size="50" align="left" /]Due to the volume of albums we receive here at Moshville Towers, I tend to pick the ones I’m going to review either based on “heard them before – want to hear the new stuff” or “utter sheer randomness”. The Barnum Meserve’s self-titled debut fell into the latter camp, finding its … Continue reading Review: The Barnum Meserve – The Barnum Meserve

Review: Bulletproof Rose – Loud Hard And Fast

[avatar user="Ross" size="50" align="left" /]Four guys are sitting in the pub, discussing the best hard rock band. One suggests AC/DC, someone else says Motley Crue, another puts forward Guns N’ Roses while the last one goes for the modern angle and says Airbourne. This develops into a heated debate until they try to drown each … Continue reading Review: Bulletproof Rose – Loud Hard And Fast

Review: Sodom – Sacred Warpath EP

[avatar user="Sean" size="50" align="left" /] So it's the night before I leave for London before the Sodom gig and I've been thinking throughout the day that I could do a few different Moshville articles for Sodom, just because I love the band. Sorry if it's annoying to see loads of Sodom related stuff on the … Continue reading Review: Sodom – Sacred Warpath EP

Review: Surrender the Coast – Lost Souls

[avatar user="Mosh" size="50" align="left" /]Surrender the Coast from from Leicester so you can forgive them being angry and shouty. In fact, you can celebrate their anger as it's given form to the "mini-album" (it's 8 tracks, there's nothing mini about it) that is Lost Souls. A hard-working bunch, Surrender the Coast are regulars in venues all over … Continue reading Review: Surrender the Coast – Lost Souls