Anthrax announce 40th anniversary celebrations inc. career spanning live stream + video testimonial series

One of The Big Four turns the big 4-0 this year, and are celebrating with a number of special activities and events to honour the landmark anniversary. Formed by guitarist Scott Ian and bassist Dan Lilker in Queens, NY on July 18th 1981, Anthrax were one of the first thrash metal bands to emerge from … Continue reading Anthrax announce 40th anniversary celebrations inc. career spanning live stream + video testimonial series

Classic Covers: Joey Diabolic – Potter’s Field (Anthrax)

"Potter's Field" is the second of a 12-part episodic release in tribute to Joey Diabolic's all-time favorite horror film series, A Nightmare On Elm Street. The multi-instrumentalist and composer will put out 1-2 songs per week on YouTube, including both originals and covers. This particular song has been remixed before, one particular version being featured … Continue reading Classic Covers: Joey Diabolic – Potter’s Field (Anthrax)

Festival Review: Bloodstock 2019 Day 2 – Ross’ View

With showers over the course of the weekend so far, mud has made an appearance despite not being listed on the line-up. Another repeat of figuring our plan of action between Mosh, Sean and I sees me back out amongst the bands before a retreat later to interview them. Krysthla have the honour of opening … Continue reading Festival Review: Bloodstock 2019 Day 2 – Ross’ View

Festival Review: Wacken XXX Day 3

The first thing I noticed on Friday morning was that Spencer, our American friend, hadn't reappeared at the hostel. We finally got hold of him and discovered that he'd been taken to hospital after being knocked out by a crowdsurfer! Thankfully, he was OK and was making his way back to Wacken directly after being … Continue reading Festival Review: Wacken XXX Day 3

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

2018 Crew Review: Ross Green – Music Editor

It feels like only yesterday I was looking back at 2017 and compiling the best parts of music for what transpired that year. And here we are, another year gone and another exceptional year for rock and metal. I’ve heard an obscene number of albums and EPs, reviewing most of them - and on the … Continue reading 2018 Crew Review: Ross Green – Music Editor