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EP Review: Black King Cobra – Law of Attraction

I am the first to admit that I tend to over analyse things. It’s a cross to bear and a habit that sometimes takes you on an interesting journey of self-realisation. That or I am just romanticising the fact that [...]

August 2, 2018 Single Reviews

#RoadToWildfire2018 – Black King Cobra

Much like we endeavour every year before Bloodstock, this year, for Scotland’s Wildfire Festival which kicks off on 22nd June, we’re interviewing every band set to play the stages of Wiston. You get to hear (or read) right from the [...]

May 18, 2018 Interviews

Gig Review: Wildfire Rekindled – Black King Cobra / Sauza Kings / Darkness Divine / Landslides – Audio, Glasgow (23rd February 2018)

We’ve been backing Wildfire Festival for a number of years now and it’s always been a highlight in the calendar. Hell, festival organiser, Dave Ritchie, was good enough to give us our own stage last year. But it was over [...]

February 27, 2018 Gig Reviews

2017 Crew Review: Ross Green – Music Editor

Whenever we hit this point of the year, I simultaneously love and loathe it. It’s great to revisit everything that happened in the last 12 months but at the same time, when I collate my lists of what I feel [...]

December 27, 2017 Features

Anchor Lane / Black King Cobra – Dreadnought Rock, Bathgate (16th December 2017)

This was always set to be a good one from the minute it was announced. The two best bands in Glasgow at Bathgate’s Dreadnought Rock for the princely sum of a fiver? Sign me up. It’s unarguable that Anchor Lane [...]

December 18, 2017 Gig Reviews

Winter Storm 2017 Review: Saturday

“Who’s hungover?” Tom Russell asks Saturday’s assembled audience as he raises his own hand. Glasgow’s Beard of Doom is in fine spirits as always and despite the earlier start to proceedings, a sizeable crowd has already invaded Troon Concert Hall. [...]

November 29, 2017 Gig Reviews