Sunday, October 25, 2020
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Evil Scarecrow announce new lineup and tour dates

We are delighted to unveil the new Evil Scarecrow line up following the sad news that Brother Pain and Princess Luxury are to depart the band. Joining existing members Dr. Rabid Hell (vocals and guitars), Kraven Morrdeth (bass) and Ringmaster [...]

April 29, 2020 Tours/Live Dates

Bloodstock 2019: Mosh’s View

I’m the Big Bad Editor in Chief and I’ve been remiss in not doing my Bloodstock review as yet… Time to address that! Everyone else has already done lengthy bits about bands so I’ll try not to focus on them, [...]

September 8, 2019 Gig Reviews

Festival Review: Bloodstock 2019 Day 2 – Ross’ View

With showers over the course of the weekend so far, mud has made an appearance despite not being listed on the line-up. Another repeat of figuring our plan of action between Mosh, Sean and I sees me back out amongst [...]

August 23, 2019 Gig Reviews

Gig Review: Evil Scarecrow / Ten Foot Wizard – Electric Ballroom, London (26th January 2019)

Rubbish weather outside, but inside the Electric Ballroom in Camden, London, we were waiting for the very good and sometimes random stylings of Evil Scarecrow with support from Ten Foot Wizard. Walking out to that weird off-key version of “Never [...]

February 4, 2019 Gig Reviews

Album Review: Evil Scarecrow – Chapter IV: Antartarctica

Evil Scarecrow are a band best known, and justifiably so, for their live shows. Full of crap props and puerile humour they know how to tickle the funny bone of a crowd. However, you can’t put on a live show [...]

October 6, 2018 Album Reviews

Gig Review: HRH Metal (Topher’s View) – O2 Academy Birmingham (17-18 Feb 2018)

To make sure that we covered every band playing (and there were a lot), Topher joined Katie to immerse himself in a sweaty metal venue for two days… Hard Rock Hell events are widely known around the country for being packed [...]

February 26, 2018 Gig Reviews