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Metal Days 2018: Days 3-4

With the main stage and second stage both kicking off on the Monday, I spent a fair bit of time getting a proper feel for Metal Days and surprisingly little watching bands! The already busy venue was obviously filling up [...]

July 30, 2018 Gig Reviews

Video Roundup: Eluveitie, Shooting Guns, Kliodna, Kaipa, Iron Monkey, Radio Moscow

Half a dozen more rockers for you to check out as your day otherwise crawls by… Eluveitie – “Catvrix” Two weeks ago, the Swiss folk metal superstars Eluveitie released their new masterpiece Evocation II – Pantheon via Nuclear Blast Records. [...]

September 7, 2017 Videos

Festival Review: Tons of Rock 2017 – Day One

Katie’s review of this year’s Tons of Rock is, like the festival itself, massive – so we’re splitting it into three bite-size chunks. Even then, they’re still bite-size to a large, scary Viking. Here’s the first serving, covering June 22nd [...]

July 2, 2017 Gig Reviews

Album News: Civil War, Eluveitie, Sixx:A.M., Iggy Pop

Kicking off the week with a quick newsdrop… Civil War Fear an eruption of Sweden’s landmass! Fear the fire, creaking steel and scattered mud! Civil War are back and shooting martial anthems into the darkened sky. On November 4th the [...]

September 19, 2016 News

Eluveitie part ways with three members

Sutter (drums), Anna Murphy (vocals) and Ivo Henzi (guitar). The final shows that these members play will be the Fortarock Festival in Nijmegen (NL). But the band will play all confirmed future shows with stand-in-musicians (until new members are confirmed). [...]

May 6, 2016 News

Epica/Eluveitie/Scar Symmetry – The Garage, Glasgow (14th November 2015)

 It’s Saturday night in Glasgow and well ahead of the opening time for the show, people are forming a long orderly queue in the rain outside the venue. Tonight’s headliner are Dutch symphonic metal giants Epica, a band we had [...]

November 19, 2015 Gig Reviews