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Sunday, September 22, 2019
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The Moshville Times
  • Band of the Day: Vulvodynia

    Bassist Chris van der Walt of South African metal combo Vulvodynia is here to rattle your cage on this sunny Saturday evening… Simple things first – where are

  • Saxon – upcoming gigs rescheduled

    This news arrived this evening. If you’re planning on seeing Saxon later this year, please be advised that the dates are being rescheduled: It is with regret that

  • Band of the Day: Swarm of Serpents

    As the weekend appears over the horizon, we feature a band from far off over the western one… Simple things first – where are you guys from? We

  • Album Review: As I Lay Dying – Shaped By Fire

    As I Lay Dying are back. After releasing their “comeback” single “My Own Grave” in mid-2018, the quintet have now delivered the culmination of several months of work

  • Sail Stream New Song “Starve”

    UK progressive sludge metal band Sail are pleased to reveal their new song “Starve” which is now streaming via Heavy Blog Is Heavy. The single is set to

Album News: Blood Incantation / Mammoth Mammoth / Urn / Lord Mantis

A heads up about some upcoming releases… Blood Incantation Cosmic death metal band Blood Incantation have joined forces with Century Media Records to release the band’s much anticipated second studio album, Hidden History of the Human Race, outside of North America, Mexico and Canada. Dark Descent Records will be handling [...]

September 19, 2019 Mosh News 0

Gun to drop “best of” album with bonus covers CD

Scottish rock veterans GUN are thrilled to announce the release of their best of album R3L0ADED, due out on 29th November via Silver Lining Music. In addition the band will launch the first single “Superstition” on 20th September, which you can check out below. R3L0ADED is a real declaration of [...]

September 19, 2019 Mosh News 0

Album Review: Royal Republic – Club Majesty (+ tour dates!)

A much-delayed review due to the time of year it arrived (right in the run-up to exams so Ross, who would have reviewed it, was buried in college work and I, as a schoolteacher, was neck-deep in revision with my pupils). We’re making amends by harking back to the end [...]

September 19, 2019 Mosh Album Reviews 0

Band of the Day: Axiom

Have some instrumental prog for your daily dosage of new bands. Simple things first – where are you guys from? Birmingham. How did you meet? Josh (drums) and Zaid (guitar) met through a bass player we both found on joinmyband.com. This project never quite gained traction until life-long friend of [...]

September 19, 2019 Ross Band of the Day 0

Impact of music in casino

In the words of Shakespeare ‘if music be the food of love, play on’. Music has been with us since the beginning of time. It has been used to tell when an individual is in love, when some one dies, when the warriors of time past won battles against their [...]

September 19, 2019 Mosh Features 0

Album Review: Inert – Vermin

Inert are one of those bands that have a story of people forming friendships where they attended a music festival or got talking over a beer about their love of music and their own bands. These friendships thicken to the point where talks begin of forming a project based around [...]

September 18, 2019 Ricky Album Reviews 0