Wednesday, March 20, 2019
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The Moshville Times

Band of the Day: Russell James

Today’s Band of the Day is actually Solo Artist of the Day… Simple things first – where are you from? Leesburg, GA. About 3 hours south of Atlanta. How did you start out? I’ve played in many bands before and I just got tired of things not working out and [...]

March 14, 2019 Ross Band of the Day 0

Album News: Gloryhammer / Sxuperion / Grenouer / Inanimate Existence

Start spending your payday cash a couple of weeks in advance… Gloryhammer Mighty warriors of the galaxy! Gloryhammer have returned from another epic quest, which led them from beyond the galactic terrorvortex through “The Land Of The Unicorns” right into the glorious “Battle for Eternity”. The whole story will be [...]

March 13, 2019 Mosh News 0

King King announce new drummer

King King, the Glaswegian blues rockers, who have been going from strength to strength in recent years, are pleased to announce their new drummer Andrew Scott. This news comes in the wake of bassist Lindsay Coulson’s departure (whose replacement was revealed at last month’s Glasgow show). A favoured session player [...]

March 13, 2019 Ross News 0

Band of the Day: 40,000 Leagues

Under the sea. Except twice as under as that story. Simple things first – where are you guys from? The Greater Manchester and Cheshire area. Joe is from Macclesfield, Rick is from Gatley, Paul, Nathan and I (Harry) are from the Handforth area. How did you meet? The band started [...]

March 13, 2019 Ross Band of the Day 0

Metal 2 the Masses Glasgow 2019: Round 1 Heats 4-6 details

Courtesy of facebook being its usual utterly shit self, we didn’t get notification through about Round 1 Heat 4 of the Glasgow competition until 9:30 tonight, by which time it was almost finished… However, we can give you details and a heads up about the next two rounds! The competition [...]

March 12, 2019 Mosh Tours/Live Dates 0

Album Review: Joanne Shaw Taylor – Reckless Heart

It’s been three years since the release of Wild and it’s an album which served Joanne Shaw Taylor incredibly well. However, even with an extensive back catalogue such as hers, it’s still not enough. Indeed, with her rising prominence and undoubted guitar prowess, Sony had the right mind to sign [...]

March 12, 2019 Ross Album Reviews 0