2018 Crew Review: Ricky – Writer

After submitting my 150th article for The Moshville Times, the time has come for the end of year list for 2018. As I cast my memory back to 2017, that was a breeze compared to this year with Evocation and The Shadow Archetype being my album of the year. What I did not expect was the … Continue reading 2018 Crew Review: Ricky – Writer

2017 Crew Review – Ricky, Writer/Reviewer

What a year it has been for me and my relationship with Moshville Times. From being someone who was comfortable writing CD reviews, I watched how far more experienced members of staff were getting in touch with all these bands and interviewing them. I decided that I wanted a piece of that and stepped out … Continue reading 2017 Crew Review – Ricky, Writer/Reviewer

Mosh’s Bloodstock 2017 “Best Of” – Hobgoblin New Blood Stage

This could be a huge article due to the wealth of incredible talent on display on the New Blood Stage this year and the length of time I spent in there enjoying it. I'll try not to rattle on about how great the bands were so you're not still reading this when Bloodstock 2018 comes … Continue reading Mosh’s Bloodstock 2017 “Best Of” – Hobgoblin New Blood Stage

Sean’s Bloodstock 2017 review: Friday

After the long journey from Glasgow to Bloodstock the previous night, the first full day of non-stop heavy metal mania couldn’t come quick enough. Endeavour (7) was the first band I caught on the Sophie Lancaster stage. They performed their complex and varied music both tightly and heavily. The audio quality in the tent got … Continue reading Sean’s Bloodstock 2017 review: Friday

Bloodstock 2017 Interview: BloodThread

Just after their performance on the New Blood Stage on the Friday at Bloodstock, we had a quick chat with the entirety of BloodThread about their recently released EP and also about getting invited to play the New Blood Stage. Read on for the full interview... How was your performance today? It was awesome. The … Continue reading Bloodstock 2017 Interview: BloodThread

Bloodstock Day 1: “Vikings, Crowd surfers and Fire”

The masses awoke to what would prove to be a rather varied day, not only weather wise but also musically. Whilst there was some rain that did appear today, this did nothing to deter the hordes that had gathered to witness today's happenings. Having the non-enviable task of opening the Ronnie James Dio for the … Continue reading Bloodstock Day 1: “Vikings, Crowd surfers and Fire”