Album Review: Bloodyard – Orchard of Corpses

Another month of Lockdown is about to begin and I'm finding that I need a little more motivation to keep up with the home workouts. Luckily for me, the debut album from Lancaster death metallers and winners of 2015's Metal to the Masses, Bloodyard, has just landed. Ladies and gentlemen... Orchard of Corpses. The band … Continue reading Album Review: Bloodyard – Orchard of Corpses

HRH Metal 2019 Interview: BloodYard

Prior to their performance at HRH Metal, I had the opportunity to chat to BloodYard about their upcoming performance and also who they would pick, if given the choice, as next year's headliner. You’re playing HRH Metal later on today, are you looking forward to it? Absolutely, we’re really looking forward to it. We’ve known … Continue reading HRH Metal 2019 Interview: BloodYard

Gig Review: HRH Metal Day 2

The sun rose over the O2 Academy in Birmigham and once more the doors were flung open for the final day of the third rendition of HRH Metal. Having been a fantastic day yesterday, expectations were high with a buzz amongst the audience that they were in for a fantastic day of great music and … Continue reading Gig Review: HRH Metal Day 2

Gig Review: Bloodyard / Scott Beveridge Project – Sanctuary, Burnley (1st December 2018)

I'm happy to see a fair amount of people here at the Sanctuary tonight to watch Bloodyard who have played here previously and had been well received, but first opening for them is the Scott Beveridge Project. This isn’t a 'band' as such, it’s a project brought to life by Scott Beveridge who previously played … Continue reading Gig Review: Bloodyard / Scott Beveridge Project – Sanctuary, Burnley (1st December 2018)

Review: Badger Fest – Star and Garter, Manchester (30th September 2017)

Over the years we have seen the Manchester community work together in ways that we never thought possible, from everything from helping musicians with gear to creating events. We have witnessed first hand that there is a growing force that we cherish and are thankful for within our large community. Today I shall be reviewing … Continue reading Review: Badger Fest – Star and Garter, Manchester (30th September 2017)

Review: BloodYard – Darker Rage EP

In Lancaster, North East England a group of musicians joined forces to become a dark rage of British metal. They call themselves BloodYard. Due to their live performances a fan base around the UK has grown. Being on the Hobgoblin New Blood stage at this year’s Bloodstock festival helped. Darker Rage, their second EP, is … Continue reading Review: BloodYard – Darker Rage EP