Saturday, December 15, 2018
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The Moshville Times

Video Premiere: Dark Sky Park – Stand My Ground

Sheffield Rock trio Dark Sky Park announce plans for a video for their current single, “Stand My Ground”, which is out now via Holier Than Thou Records. All proceeds from the single go to the charity, Refuge. Dark Sky Park were originally formed in 2013 in Tenerife when drunken holidaymakers [...]

December 11, 2018 Ross Videos 0

Cannibal Corpse guitarist charged with burglary and assault

Well, this is potentially going to cause issues with the upcoming opening slot on the Slayer tour… Pat O’Brien, lead guitars for Cannibal Corpse, has been arrested in Florida as his home burned down. Ammunition in the building was “cooking off”, and O’Brien attacked police officers with a knife when [...]

December 11, 2018 Mosh News 0

Band of the Day: Bear Witness

Want to know what beautiful noise sounds like? Read on… Simple things first – where are you guys from? We are currently based in Birmingham but Matt and Alex grew up in Worcester. How did you meet? Matt and Alex are brothers and have therefore known each other since Alex’s [...]

December 11, 2018 Ross Band of the Day 0

Gig Review: Black Stone Cherry / The Cadillac Three / Monster Truck – SEC, Glasgow (9th December 2018)

Talking to Black Stone Cherry’s tour manager before the gig I asked if there was any reason for going for the SEC over their usual venue of the Hydro. Is it because the sound’s better than the Hydro? “I’ll let you know after the show… the sound in that place [...]

December 10, 2018 Mosh Gig Reviews 0

EP Review: Collateral – 4 Shots!

Sometimes you get PR companies really pushing a band for some reason. Constant emails, messages, “you’ve got to check this one out” – that kind of thing. And sometimes you give in and go “OK then, seeing as it’s just an EP I’ll try to squeeze it in”. Then after [...]

December 10, 2018 Mosh Album Reviews 0

EP Review: Tomorrow is Lost – The Shadowman

If you’re even remotely engaged with the UK’s unsigned rock scene, chances are you’ve heard of a band called Tomorrow is Lost. Hell, we’ve had them on our pages a few times already in their short career. 2018 has been a busy year for the band as they’ve played in [...]

December 10, 2018 Ross Gig Reviews 0