Alestorm announce new album in a gajillion different formats

No matter if you are ready or not, you filthy landlubbers – Alestorm returns in an uncensored, satirical, and glorious manner! Two years after their latest album, No Grave But The Sea, the pirate metal drinking crew will return to the nightmares of all decent sea marauders out there with their brand new conquest, Curse … Continue reading Alestorm announce new album in a gajillion different formats

2018 Crew Review: Iain “Mosh” Purdie – Editor in Chief

Well I guess it's my turn to rattle off some thoughts on 2018. On a personal note, it's been a tricky year and also a very busy one for many reasons. "Real work" has picked up, meaning I've had to juggle / pass off Moshville Times duties to Ross for significant periods of time. So … Continue reading 2018 Crew Review: Iain “Mosh” Purdie – Editor in Chief

Bloodstock 2018 – Mosh’s Saturday

Today started nicely, with some clear skies and very warm sun through the early afternoon... and then came the rain. Scheduled to keep dribbling / pouring until 4pm on Sunday you'd think it would dampen spirits but thankfully that idea was put to rest by the dedicated fans cramming into tents or simply ignoring it … Continue reading Bloodstock 2018 – Mosh’s Saturday

MetalDays 2018: Days 3-4

With the main stage and second stage both kicking off on the Monday, I spent a fair bit of time getting a proper feel for Metal Days and surprisingly little watching bands! The already busy venue was obviously filling up even more, and the atmosphere got even better. It's impressive that some people had, by … Continue reading MetalDays 2018: Days 3-4

Festival Review: Tons of Rock 2018 – Day 1

Last week I headed to Norway’s biggest rock and metal open-air festival - Tons of Rock – which celebrated its five year anniversary this year. Located in the spectacular Fredriksten Fortress in Halden the festival featured two stages this year and a fantastic line-up of not only Scandinavian rock and metal, but also some big … Continue reading Festival Review: Tons of Rock 2018 – Day 1

We’ll Be There: Tons of Rock (20-22 June)

With Norway's largest open-air festival Tons of Rock just over a month away, Katie has put together a list of the bands she is most looking forward to watching at this year’s festival… This will be my fourth year at Tons of Rock festival, which takes place within the walls of Fredriksten Fortress in Halden, … Continue reading We’ll Be There: Tons of Rock (20-22 June)