Gig Review: Bloodstock M2tM Kent Finals – Leo’s Red Lion, Gravesend (18th June, 2022)

The Metal 2 The Masses Kent finals was jam-packed with the incredible talent of Kent ranging from melodic and mainstream styles to the extreme and ‘underground’ genres of heavy metal, a mixture of genres built for every metalhead attending the show. The show was held at Leo’s Red Lion in Gravesend hosted by Stuart Jessop … Continue reading Gig Review: Bloodstock M2tM Kent Finals – Leo’s Red Lion, Gravesend (18th June, 2022)

Bloodstock 2021 Video Interview: Famyne

Well-rested from their Thursday Sophie stage performance, the next day Famyne had a lovely little chat with us about all things music, a PVC shortage and a James Bond film. Also, spot Divine Chaos' "Angel of Misery" being played in the distance underneath all the background noise... which means their record label will make millions from … Continue reading Bloodstock 2021 Video Interview: Famyne

Bloodstock 2021 Review – A Paying Person’s Perspective (Wed/Thu/Fri)

While we'll be doing our best to get the Editor's view of Bloodstock, the chance to see bands is always nibbled away at with time spent doing interviews and so on. Thankfully, many of the Moshville Times team were out and about as one of you lot - paying punters, happy to lay down their … Continue reading Bloodstock 2021 Review – A Paying Person’s Perspective (Wed/Thu/Fri)

Bloodstock 2021 – Thursday Review

And then there were three. Stages, that is. With yesterday's triumphant opening of the Sophie Stage, today's "bonus" day kicked as the Jager and New Blood boards were also trodden for the first time in two years. Thirty-two acts paraded their wares, and we managed to catch a glimpse of quite a few around doing … Continue reading Bloodstock 2021 – Thursday Review

Bloodstock announce five further band for August’s event

Bloodstock (and ourselves) are very much hoping that this year's event can go ahead, and they're continuing to add to the bursting 4-and-a-half-day bill. The first one has been bandied around on the forums and facebook group so I know it's going to go down well... Landing a Ronnie James Dio main stage slot on … Continue reading Bloodstock announce five further band for August’s event

Bloodstock 2016 – Saturday (Ross and James’s view)

Blowing the cobwebs away after Twisted Sister’s dominating performance, Black Ink Sun are Saturday’s opening band on the New Blood stage. They bring a massive sound loaded with grooves and it reminds me of Lamb of God to the point you could imagine Randy Blythe strutting across the stage. A band of that quality is … Continue reading Bloodstock 2016 – Saturday (Ross and James’s view)