2023 Crew Review: Mosh – Da Boss

I'm going to be honest, this year's roundup is going to be a challenge for me. In the past I've reviewed dozens of albums and gone to a similar number of gigs each year so my biggest problem has been narrowing it down. This year, though, has been a struggle. Between real life, work, studies … Continue reading 2023 Crew Review: Mosh – Da Boss

Gig Review: Bloodywood – Garage, Glasgow (26th March 2023)

It's not often I get to go to a gig on a Sunday night, but after numerous delays due to Covid and other stuff it was finally time to see Bloodywood tentatively take their first step into Scotland. Upgraded from The Cathouse to the larger Garage venue, the delay may have benefited the band in … Continue reading Gig Review: Bloodywood – Garage, Glasgow (26th March 2023)

Interview: Karan Katiyar of Bloodywood

Karan, and the rest of Bloodywood, have been going through a punishing touring schedule recently with sold out dates across Europe and now the UK. They only have a short time to recharge after they head home before pummeling the US. As such, we're really grateful that Karan took some of his precious downtime to … Continue reading Interview: Karan Katiyar of Bloodywood

Bloodstock 2022 Interviews: Bloodywood

Mark sat down (deservedly after rocking it to their RJD Stage set) with Bloodywood rapper Raoul Kerr, who looked annoyingly fresh given the ridiculous heat at Bloodstock this year. Don't forget that Bloodywood will be back on these shores in March 2023! Their current album Rakshak is an absolute belter, too - review here. Bloodywood: facebook | twitter | instagram | spotify | youtube … Continue reading Bloodstock 2022 Interviews: Bloodywood

Bloodstock 2022: Editor-in-Chief’s Eye View (Part 1)

I usually try to get my Bloodstock coverage up sooner than this, but with my "real job" buggering about with my holidays I have had zero time since returning from four days of metal before being chucked back into the harsh reality of "this is what pays the bills". If anyone can let me know … Continue reading Bloodstock 2022: Editor-in-Chief’s Eye View (Part 1)

Bloodywood – vinyl editions and updated UK dates

After recently performing at packed halls in their home country, Indian folk metal outfit Bloodywood will be returning to European lands next month to bring their highly-energetic live performances across the continent. Atomic Fire Records pre-celebrates with the group by unleashing a series of limited vinyls of their globally praised debut album, Rakshak! On top … Continue reading Bloodywood – vinyl editions and updated UK dates