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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 Maximum Overload. I’d expect them to come back around in a few [...]

September 19, 2014 Gig Reviews

Review: Party Cannon – Partied in Half

Originally released as a 3-track EP on CD-R through Autopsy Records, this new version of Partied in Half includes the Party Cannon’s 3-track demo from 2012 as well. It’s a very silly, very heavy death metal album along the lines of A.C. [...]

September 19, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: Deserted Fear – Kingdom of Worms

Following on from 2012’s debut My Empire, Germany’s Deserted Fear will release Kingdom of Worms on October 24th (CD / download) with a vinyl release due on November 21st. Over a month to go, but trust me – it’ll be worth [...]

September 19, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: Warcrab – Ashes of Carnage

Warcrab have a very nice person running promotion for them who asked really nicely if people would be kind enough to give their – already highly-regarded  – EP a spin. Being, as they are, an independent and unsigned artist they’re [...]

September 12, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: Belphegor – Conjuring the Dead

Released just under a month ago, and another result of me playing “catch-up” on my mailbox, Belphegor‘s Conjuring the Dead is a wonderful piece of doomy black metal with incredible atmosphere. Whereas many bands of their genre just go all out with [...]

September 8, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: Ilenkus – The Crossing

Their own promo calls Ilenkus “post-metal/hardcore”, but I’ve also heard them mentioned in the same breath as prog and there’s definitely an influence there as well. The Crossing is due for release on September 15th and I’ve had a chance to [...]

September 7, 2014 Album Reviews