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2017 Crew Review – Beze, writer/reviewer

I’ll stick to my trademark short and sweet (mmm…) style, but for me 2017 has been just that – short (must be an age thing) and sweet in terms of some great releases and gigs to tempt even the most [...]

December 20, 2017 Features

Sean’s Bloodstock 2017 review: Sunday

The final day was upon us. The last day of Bloodstock 2017 had another roster of the best heavy metal to satiate the appetites of the baying hordes of metal maniacs. The only breakfast in mind for the hungry fans [...]

September 6, 2017 Gig Reviews

Napalm Death / Brujeria / Power Trip / Lock Up – Classic Grand, Glasgow (10th May 2017)

To state that I arrived (later than planned due to our friends at ScotRail) at the Classic Grand in Glasgow to see what, I am sure most folks would agree, was an insanely good line up on the Campaign for Musical Destruction tour with [...]

May 17, 2017 Gig Reviews

Bloodstock announce three more bands for 2017

If you felt as though the first BOA announcement didn’t feature enough death metal, you’re in for a real treat today! Joining the bill are non other than Florida’s finest Obituary, Polish legends Decapitated and Mexican-American agitators Brujeria! Founding member [...]

November 22, 2016 News

Brujeria release new VERY NSFW video for “Plata O Plomo”

Extreme metallers Brujeria will release their fourth full length album, entitled Pocho Aztlan, on Mexican Independence Day (September 16) via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. We reviewed it recently and it’s worth the long wait since the last one. Today, the band has [...]

September 13, 2016 Videos

Review: Brujeria – Pocho Aztlan

The wait is over. Brujeria, our favourite death metal/grindcore underground supergroup (if that’s still possible) are back with a new record after sixteen long years. Brujeria have always possessed an enduring mystique, portraying a band of faceless Mexican drug lords [...]

September 8, 2016 Album Reviews