Yeah, yeah, I know. This must be a work of fiction. After all, how could a roadie write a book when they can't even read? The only reason most bands have roadies is to make the bassist and drummer look a little more capable as human beings. But having said that... Joel Miller is either … Continue reading Book Review: Memoir of a Roadie – Joel Miller
We don't do too many book reviews on this site, mainly as it takes longer to plough through a few thousand words than it does to wallow in a gig or sink into a good album for a few listens. However, we got sent this one some time before publication date and it sat on … Continue reading Book Review: Dear Mr Pop Star – Derek & Dave Philpott
With Guns n’ Roses in the middle of their enormous global ‘Not In This Lifetime’ tour and Appetite For Destruction re-entering the music charts, perhaps it’s as good a time as any to take a look back at one of the all-time great musical autobiographies. While Duff McKagan and Steven Adler have both released highly-readable … Continue reading Book Review – Slash: The Autobiography
In a way it seems almost strange to review a biography, doesn’t it? Even if it is one of the finest and most successful metal vocalists of all time. What am I doing; reviewing his life and giving him a gold star for success but could do better in parts? Let’s face it, before you … Continue reading Book Review: Bruce Dickinson – What Does This Button Do?
[avatar user="David" size="50" align="left" link="https://www.moshville.co.uk/crew-profiles/david-muir/" /]Tom Russell needs no introduction to most Scottish rock fans; he has been involved in the rock scene for ever; entire eras of music are etched into his face. He has been around an extraordinarily long time, he has seen just about everybody in concert and it would be easier to create a list … Continue reading Book Review – Tom Russell: The Godfather Of Rock
What began as a one-off offshoot from the now-extended Eviscerated Panda "trilogy", Cleo Howard's diary has also just hit its third volume. Focussing, as the title suggests, on the pre-Millennium year of 1999 it's another year in the life of the red-headed Reading-based metalhead. I do often wonder how much of these diaries are biographical … Continue reading Book Review: The Nearly New Millennium Diary Of Cleo Howard 1999 by Sarah Tipper