Book Review: “Bob Dylan – Mixing Up The Medicine” edited by Mark Davidson and Parker Fishel

This one was a surprise. A hugely pleasant one. As has been mentioned before, we don't get too many books to review here which is a shame as I'm a huge reader / bibliophile and there are some great books out there about many of the acts we cover. This is by far the largest … Continue reading Book Review: “Bob Dylan – Mixing Up The Medicine” edited by Mark Davidson and Parker Fishel

Book Review: I Saw Satan at the 7-Eleven – Christopher Brett Bailey

We don't get too many books through for review here, which is a shame as I'm a big reader, and most of the ones we do get are non-fiction. This one sneaked in as a) it has Satan in it, and b) it has a handful of metal references scattered throughout. Works for me. Also, … Continue reading Book Review: I Saw Satan at the 7-Eleven – Christopher Brett Bailey

Book Review: Speed Metal Kitchen of Doom by Crisix, Ana Lipec & Bastian Doblekar

This is a new one on us. We don't get too many books through for review, and the majority are autobiographies, histories of metal and so on. All good, but it's nice to get something different. Up step Crisix with a metal-themed recipe book to go with their recent pizza-themed EP. The full story of … Continue reading Book Review: Speed Metal Kitchen of Doom by Crisix, Ana Lipec & Bastian Doblekar

Book Review: Grammar Free In The UK – The Lockdown Letters by Derek & Dave Philpott

Some months ago we reviewed the weighty tome Dear Mr Pop Star by D&D Philpott. It was an enjoyable and humorous read, with my only real complaint being that it was quite large. The authors could have made it into two books and doubled their sales. This lesson appears to have been learned with¬†Grammar Free … Continue reading Book Review: Grammar Free In The UK – The Lockdown Letters by Derek & Dave Philpott

Book Review: Thy Third Wave Ov Black – MetalGuitarScales.com

I've had this book sat on my "to review" shelf for far too long, as I've been struggling to think of how to approach it. I am in no way musical beyond listening to the stuff, and this is a book for creative musicians. So apologies in advance if I do the authors a disservice! … Continue reading Book Review: Thy Third Wave Ov Black – MetalGuitarScales.com

Book Review: Half A Ton Of Heavy Metal – Gareth Endean

I picked this book up by donating to the Kickstarter campaign we told you about last year, and although Gareth did send me an early copy on PDF I held off until getting the proper dead tree version before settling in to read and review it. Well, I let it sit there for a couple … Continue reading Book Review: Half A Ton Of Heavy Metal – Gareth Endean