Behemoth and Arch Enemy's thunderous European Siege tour is regrettably forced to postpone until October 2022 due to the ongoing global situation. In more positive news, by 2022, both of the revered metal bands will have brand new albums arriving, so expect a taste of new music from both artists for these rescheduled dates. Arch … Continue reading Behemoth and Arch Enemy reschedule The European Siege to 2022
2021 is once again completely under the spell of the wolves: with the announcement of their new studio album, Call Of The Wild, Powerwolf, the high priests of heavy metal, have turned the heads of fans and critics internationally and hereby seamlessly continue on their unique success story. Along with a powerful video starring Alissa … Continue reading Powerwolf release new single / video ft. Alissa White-Gluz
Two of Europe’s most revered metal bands are set to combine forces to bring their ‘European Siege 2021’ tour to UK & Irish shores in Autumn 2021. Poland’s behemoth and Sweden’s Arch Enemy are joining together for a handful of dates, bringing their longtime friends and metal legends Carcass in the special guest slot. Opening … Continue reading Behemoth, Arch Enemy and Carcass bring The European Siege to the UK/IRE in 2021
On Saturday night I headed to Brixton Academy for an evening of Swedish metal featuring Hypocrisy, Arch Enemy and the mighty viking metal gods Amon Amarth. This was the third and final UK date of the band’s mammoth “Berserker World Tour” promoting their eleventh studio album, and they sold out the almost 5,000-capacity venue. With … Continue reading Gig Review: Amon Amarth / Arch Enemy / Hypocrisy – Brixton Academy, London (30th November 2019)
OK, technically before the show, but it doesn't make for as good a headline. Anyway... Heavy metal Vikings Amon Amarth have shared a message with fans online, inviting them to visit an official tattoo pop-up studio before each UK headline show, to get inked with a range of Amon Amarth tattoos in conjunction with Old … Continue reading Get a tattoo while watching Amon Amarth!
While 2018 has been a challenging year for many reasons, it has however been a brilliant year for gigs/festivals and ticking off a lot of bands on my photo bucket list. From a quick tally there were 27 gigs and 5 festivals, and I even had the chance to photograph my first major festival. Best … Continue reading 2018 Crew Review: Jack Barker – Photographer