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HRH Metal 2019 Interview: Internal Conflict

Prior to their performance at HRH Metal, I had the opportunity to catch up with Internal Conflict to see what the guys had been up to in the past two years and also their thoughts on why the festival had [...]

March 4, 2019 Interviews

Gig Review: HRH Metal 2019 Day 1

The doors of the Birmingham O2 Academy were flung wide open yesterday morning for the eager fans of HRH, ready to enjoy a day of metal and booze-filled fun. Opening up the festival on Stage 3, last minute replacement Elyrean seemed [...]

February 17, 2019 Gig Reviews

Second Ben Aucott (Mage) Memorial Gig on November 25th

It’s been just over two years since Mage’s guitarist and founding member Ben Aucott passed away. Mage continue to remember and celebrate Ben’s life, this time with their second memorial gig. The first memorial gig was held in 2015 just [...]

October 21, 2017 Tours/Live Dates

Karybdis / Internal Conflict / Burning the Dream / Rare Breed – Ivory Blacks, Glasgow (26th August 2017)

Saturday 26 August saw London-based Karybdis and Leicester’s own Internal Conflict hit town for the Scottish Leg of their six date UK tour, ably supported by local favourites, and no stranger to these pages, Glasgow’s Burning The Dream and Rare [...]

August 30, 2017 Gig Reviews

Bloodstock 2017 Interview: Internal Conflict

Just after their performance on the Sophie Stage on the Friday at Bloodstock, we had a quick chat with Internal Conflict about their performance and also any bands they are looking forward to seeing. Read on for the full transcription: [...]

August 25, 2017 Interviews

Frank Fest – New Hall, Tiverton (7th & 8th April 2017)

Review by Mike Spencer-Futter Music festivals. The British Summer is filled with different festivals for different genres. The issue I have with them? Price. Sure, you get to see a high number of bands that you may or may not [...]

April 23, 2017 Gig Reviews