Monday, June 24, 2019
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The Moshville Times
  • Incendia Music expands

    We don’t often put up industry posts, but we’ve known Incendia and their founder Lulu Davis for many years and we’re genuinely over the moon to report on

  • Idles announce UK tour

    Idles have announced today a short tour for December – including their biggest headlining date yet on Saturday, 7th December at London’s Alexandra Palace. Tue 3 Dec Glasgow,

  • Festival Review: Nova Rock 2019 Day 1

    Nova Rock 2019 was definitely an experience to be remembered! Last year we had heavy rain showers on the first day. This year we had blistering 35°C heat!

  • Album Review: Servers – Ad Nauseam

    The good thing about doing the odd bit of writing for a music magazine is at times you’re going to hear a band that makes the hairs on

  • Band of the Day: TIDES

    Let’s kick the week off with some alternative-sounding goodness. Simple things first – where are you guys from? I’m Australian but have lived in London for the past

Album News: Napalm Death, Oakenform, Eradikator, Kamikaze Zombie

A few updates, kicking off with an album that’s not actually ready yet… Napalm Death UK Grindcore pioneers Napalm Death never rest. Currently working on a new studio album to follow up 2015’s acclaimed Apex Predator – Easy Meat effort as well as 2018’s Coded Smears And More Uncommon Slurs [...]

June 23, 2019 Mosh News 0

Band of the Day: Spitfish

Breaking the peace and quiet on a Sunday morning, all the way from Poland, are today’s BotD Spitfish… As a last minute addition to the feature, Spitfish will be featured on a forthcoming compilation album from German label Sonic Seducer. Great news! Simple things first – where are you guys [...]

June 23, 2019 Ross Band of the Day 0

Metallica exhibition & “Murder In The Front Row” UK premiere – House of Vans, London (19th June 2019)

House of Vans in London are currently hosting an exhibition titled “Hardwired… And Early Dayz” which explores the history of Metallica through never-before-seen photos, magazine covers, memorabilia and live imagery. The exhibition runs until 1st September and is split into three parts: Hardwired (focusing on the band’s latest album, including [...]

June 22, 2019 Katie Features 0

Band of the Day: Venus Grrrls

A band who go by two names get the chance to stamp their identity on today’s BotD article… Simple things first – where are you guys from? We are based in Leeds! How did you meet? We all went to Leeds College of Music for University. GK put a post [...]

June 22, 2019 Ross Band of the Day 0

Album review: Ruadh – Where I Belong

Ruadh is a project that popped into our EP/albums list to review and that cheerfully caught my attention since it placed itself in a sub-genre for which I have a flourishing interest – atmospheric black metal. Even better, the themes relate to Scottish history and nature, which would somewhat be [...]

June 21, 2019 Eduinaluca Album Reviews 0

Classic Covers: Tethra – A Thousand Miles

Ooh, we’ve not done a Classic Cover for a while but I was quite tickled by this latest release from metalcore act Tethra. They’ve just popped out a video for their cover of Vanessa Carlton’s light and airy “A Thousand Miles”. Impressively they’ve managed to drop the tuning down, bang [...]

June 21, 2019 Mosh Classic Covers 0