Blues Pills have been quiet for some time. Taking time away from touring after a relentless couple of years which saw the release of two studio albums and two live albums, they’ve finally broken cover with a new album in the shape of Holy Moly! While Lady in Gold picked up where the debut left … Continue reading Album Review: Blues Pills – Holy Moly!
Well, this was a night for the calendar. Black Star Riders supported by three excellent and varied blues bands. With an early kick-off, the supports acts all making their Edinburgh debut, there’s a surprisingly large crowd formed by the time I’m inside. Making their second visit to Scotland (the first being Wildfire this year), Dirty … Continue reading Black Star Riders / Blues Pills / Tax the Heat / Dirty Thrills – Queens Hall, Edinburgh (9th November 2017)
Some of my favourite albums are live albums. The energy and sound you get at a gig, captured in time for you to revisit time and time again – provided it’s been done right in the first place. With last year’s Lady in Gold added to their repertoire and an incredible tour in support of … Continue reading Review: Blues Pills – Lady in Gold: Live in Paris
A wee rundown of the latest videos from a wide range of sub-genres within the Metal/Rock scene... Project Silence Project Silence, a band is known from their energetic live performances and tight playing is an industrial metal outfit from Finland, combining extreme metal to headbanging industrial. Their new album was recorded, mixed and mastered by … Continue reading Monday Video Roundup: Project Silence, Carcer City, Heel, The Agonist, Blues Pills
With Lady in Gold imminent (August 5th and we loved it), Blues Pills have released another track from it along with a lyrics video. Check out "Little Boy Preacher" below and make a note in your diary of the release date. Or treat yourself and pre-order a signed copy here! Blues Pills: official | facebook | twitter | bandcamp | instagram | … Continue reading Blues Pills – new video for “Little Boy Preacher”
Without realising it, I’ve always had a love of blues-based rock but it’s only been in recent years where I’ve properly delved into it. The band which did that was Blues Pills with their debut album (ironically, the first album review I did for Moshville Times) so it’s only appropriate I take a look at … Continue reading Review: Blues Pills – Lady in Gold