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Review-two: Deserted Fear – Kingdom of Worms

[I actually reviewed this back in September, but James was so impressed that he wanted to get his own words across as well. He’s also written a far more thorough review than I did! Mosh] It’s not very often that I recommend an album to so many people. Not least a [...]

November 30, 2014 Jim Album Reviews 0

Third Ion sign to Glasstone and reveal album artwork for “13/8Bit”

Prog metal outfit Third Ion, featuring former members of The Devin Townsend Band and Into Eternity, have signed with the UK’s Glasstone Records for the release of debut album 13/8Bit. Album artwork (to the side there) comes courtesy of Harley K at Necrographix. A winter/spring 2015 release date will be [...]

November 30, 2014 Mosh News 0

Band of the Day: Born From Ashes

Battering their way out of Northampton are Born of Ashes, a five-piece hardcore act who have just returned from a small lay-off. They’ve returned and recently finished tracking their new EP, Lifelearner with Nathan Smith of Demoraliser on production duties. There is no release date as yet – the EP is looking for [...]

November 30, 2014 Mosh Band of the Day 0

Sexcrement release free EP

Boston Death Groove Perverts Sexcrement have a bad habit of delivering a devastating blend of sleaze and brutality. They have spared no expense with their latest platter of perversion XXX Bargain Bin Vol 2, which is now available for free download/streaming on their Bandcamp page. XXX Bargain Bin Vol 2 [...]

November 30, 2014 Mosh News 0

Terratomorf working on first full-length album

I like hearing about bands I’ve covered as “1 EP and working hard” types progressing further, and Terratomorf are one. Featured as a Band of the Day back in June, I’ve just been informed that this Russian outfit are at work on their first full-length album. During an interview with [...]

November 29, 2014 Mosh News 0

Review: Segression – Painted in Blood

Painted in Blood is Segression’s sixth album and their second after quite a long layoff (their self-titled fourth was released in 2002, the next was Never Dead in 2011). It was actually released on October 10th, so if this review makes you think you’d like to hear it, then you can [...]

November 29, 2014 Mosh Album Reviews 0