Thursday Video Roundup (Heel, Hellyeah, Eve To Adam, Martyr)

Late in the day today as I've been a) busy and b) not particularly well, but here's a selection of the latest videos for all the nightowls out there... Heel - "Nothing New" Bouncy London rocksters Heel have a new video out in the runup to a handful of dates across the UK from May … Continue reading Thursday Video Roundup (Heel, Hellyeah, Eve To Adam, Martyr)

Sunday Video Roundup (Hellyeah, The Hostiles, Blacklite District, Easter Before Christmas)

Day of rest? Not if you run a website. Here's today's pick of the bunch video-wise... Hellyeah - "X" Employing the latest technology, Hellyeah have gone for a 360-degree lyric video. Which means you can make yourself feel really ill if you watch it through your mobile phone screen while it's strapped into one of … Continue reading Sunday Video Roundup (Hellyeah, The Hostiles, Blacklite District, Easter Before Christmas)

Hellyeah announce new album release date / artwork

Is it time to get excited? I think so. Following on from 2014's Blood For Blood the band have announced that Unden!able will be out on June 3rd. Blood For Blood was one of those albums  kind of enjoyed when I first heard it, but which really grew on me as time went on. I'm expecting good things … Continue reading Hellyeah announce new album release date / artwork

2014 Year In Review: Top albums – Mosh

Just realised that I hadn't added my own thoughts to the top tunes of the year, so here we go... and it's not going to be easy. I'm tempted to include albums I encountered this year as well as those released since January 1st but that would be cheating! So albums and EPs released this … Continue reading 2014 Year In Review: Top albums – Mosh

Review: HELLYEAH – Blood for Blood

A week before it comes out and you may have had a chance to listen to it courtesy of a stream on Metal Hammer recently. Still, it's a big release from one of metal's more popular "supergroups" - so is it super? Well, it ain't half bad. In honesty, the only one of the acts … Continue reading Review: HELLYEAH – Blood for Blood

HELLYEAH announce English tour dates

Readying for a June 9th release, HELLYEAH - featuring Mudvayne's Chad Gray on vocals, Pantera's Vinnie Paul on drums and Nothingface's Tom Maxwell on guitar – has brought a new level of audio fury to its new music. Having parted ways with Greg Tribbett and Bob Zilla, the band has taken on Kyle Sanders (Bloodsimple) … Continue reading HELLYEAH announce English tour dates