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Review: Screaming Eagles – Stand Up and Be Counted

The new Screaming Eagles album seems to have been sprung upon us. After seeing an announcement less than a couple of months ago, it’s already out. Maybe it was longer and I’ve just been having too much fun. Regardless, it [...]

August 15, 2015 Album Reviews

Review: Stranger in Death – Stranger in Death

We love a bit of self-financed, self-promoted metal here at Moshville Times and here’s a prime example. Guitarist / vocalist Mooney got in touch to ask us to check out their eponymous 5-track EP which your editor duly did… Stranger [...]

August 12, 2015 Album Reviews

Bloodstock 2015 review: Saturday

Edited by Mosh, words by [J]ames and [S]ean, photos by Will Tudor. Again, apologies for the late posting but it’s better to have something done properly than rushed off! We appreciate quality here at Moshville Times! [S] The Saturday of Bloodstock [...]

August 12, 2015 Gig Reviews

Bloodstock 2015 review: Friday

Edited by Mosh, words by [J]ames and [S]ean. Photos by Will Tudor. [J] Day one officially, unofficially day two, of Bloodstock dawned upon the hungover crowds. Upon awakening, I noticed that the campsite was a little different than when I [...]

August 12, 2015 Gig Reviews

Brujeria / Cancerous Womb / Party Cannon – Bannerman’s, Edinburgh (12th August 2015)

There don’t seem to be too many interviews with Brujeria online for some reason, but I found one with by-then-former member Dino Cazares where he describes some of the dives they played in Mexico which sound, frankly, terrifying. No fire [...]

August 12, 2015 Gig Reviews

Death Angel, Our World Below?, Eradikator, Derision- Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton 4/8/15

Wolverhampton is somewhere I’ve not actually been for gigs before. It’s not somewhere I’d normally go for a concert, but given that Bloodstock is just around the corner and there was nowhere else within 100 miles that I could cover, [...]

August 11, 2015 Gig Reviews