Patent Pending / Suburban Legends / The Hype Theory – King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow

[Photo links - sorry for poor quality, I was right up the back: Patent Pending / Suburban Legends / Mario and the Brick-breakers / The Hype Theory] Great venue, great line-up, less than a tenner a ticket, daughter having to fib about her age to get in... all the makings of a great night's entertainment … Continue reading Patent Pending / Suburban Legends / The Hype Theory – King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow

Destruction / Shrapnel – Glasgow Audio

[Photo sets: Destruction / Shrapnel] NOTE: this is the second part of the review. I [Mosh] covered the two opening acts. I missed a fair bit of Shrapnel as I was interviewing Evil Invaders and had to leave partway through Destruction due to having the kids at home. Hence I left coverage of those two … Continue reading Destruction / Shrapnel – Glasgow Audio

Lost Society / Evil Invaders – Glasgow Audio

[Photo sets: Evil Invaders / Lost Society] Yes, I know there were two other bands on the bill (the UK's Shrapnel and German legends Destruction), but I didn't get to see their full sets so I'm leaving those reviews in the capable hands of Sean. They should be joining this one shortly. Evil Invaders are … Continue reading Lost Society / Evil Invaders – Glasgow Audio

Dragonforce + NeonFly, Glasgow King Tut’s

[Photos from the gig: Dragonforce | NeonFly] As with the last album, Dragonforce are treating fans to a series of intimate, small-scale shows around the time of release of┬áMaximum Overload. I'd expect them to come back around in a few months playing larger venues, but in the meantime it's nice to catch them somewhere where … Continue reading Dragonforce + NeonFly, Glasgow King Tut’s

“Gig” review – Rock of Ages, Glasgow King’s Theatre

OK, so it's not a gig but it's a musical and that music is rock. Plus, it was awesome, so it deserves a shout out. It's on a current run at the Kings, and as far as I could see the thing was sold out tonight, so I have no idea what ticket availability is … Continue reading “Gig” review – Rock of Ages, Glasgow King’s Theatre

Gig Review: Machine Head / Hostile – Liquid Room, Edinburgh (July 31st, 2014)

The quick review for those who wanted to go, but couldn't get a ticket (it sold out in about 2 minutes or something stupid): It was shit. The sound was shit, the performance was dreadful, Robb forgot the words, the crowd was full of people who'd obviously got the tickets as freebies and were just … Continue reading Gig Review: Machine Head / Hostile – Liquid Room, Edinburgh (July 31st, 2014)