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Monday, October 21, 2019
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The Moshville Times
  • Interview: Fred and Dadde from Mass Worship

    Mass Worship are a band which some might mistake for being the latest Christian worship band. However, they would be greatly mistaken as the band are far from

  • Band of the Day: Brewfish

    You’ve heard of Brewdog, now let us introduce you to Brewfish… Simple things first – where are you guys from? We are based out of Long Beach, California.

  • Album Review: FirstBourne – Pick Up The Torch

    A genre I rarely find myself listening to is AOR. Which is a shame as there are some classic acts within it, and some awesome tracks. Thing is,

  • Band of the Day: DMS

    Keeping it local (to us) with Edinburgh band DMS… Simple things first – where are you guys from? Based in Edinburgh but Callum is from the frozen north

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    Album Review: William DuVall – One Alone

    William DuVall isn’t just the geezer who had the unenviable task of taking over the mic once held by Layne Staley, but this Washington native is more. He’s

New Band of the Day: They Say Fall

They say it’s good to have friends in high places and, frankly, there’s nothing higher than having your band featured on these hallowed pages. Yeah, OK, I’m polishing my own gilded turdlilly here, but deal with it. After seeing their mates The Sun Explodes being emblazoned on this very site [...]

August 19, 2013 Mosh Band of the Day 0

New Band of the Day: Onnírica

New Band of the Day: Onnírica

Brazil can lay claim to some excellent bands and the obvious one to cite is Sepultura. Coming from the same city, Belo Horizonte, is a melodic metal group called Onnírica. I really need to find out how to pronounce that! Guitarist Leles dropped me a line and asked me to check [...]

August 18, 2013 Mosh Band of the Day 0

Interview Archive (audio): Mark Rankin of Gun

Interview Archive (audio): Mark Rankin of Gun

Just for a slight change, here’s an interview I didn’t do myself but which I probably organised. As you’ve probably noticed, a lot of the interviews I’m posting are from the early/mid-90’s when rock and metal was pretty much being buried by the popular media. Iron Maiden were playing 1500-capacity [...]

August 18, 2013 Mosh Interviews 0

New Band of the Day: Norma Jean

New Band of the Day: Norma Jean

Six albums down the line and I only just hear of them. This is one of the blessings / curses of this job. I get to hear about new-to-me music, and then I feel gutted that I’ve got fifteen years of a band’s history to catch up on. Norma Jean [...]

August 17, 2013 Mosh Band of the Day 0

New Band of the Day: Stahlsarg

New Band of the Day: Stahlsarg

Another random find on the Book of Face, courtesy of a friend request and some nosey-ing around. Stahlsarg are a black/death metal band from darkest… erm… Suffolk. Hey, Suffolk can be pretty dark. It brought us the patron saint of England (St Edmund) before he was superseded by a Turk [...]

August 16, 2013 Mosh Band of the Day 0

New Band of the Day: 3 Parts Dead

New Band of the Day: 3 Parts Dead

Dateline Boston (what does “dateline” mean, anyway?). Red Socks. Bars where everyone knows your name that are so good even The Wildhearts sing about them. And 3 Parts Dead, a band who play rock’n’roll. No bells. No whistles. Just guitars, bass, drums and singing. Why mess with a classic formula, [...]

August 15, 2013 Mosh Band of the Day 0