We’ll Be There: Camden Rocks 2019 – Ross’ View

I remember sitting in The Elephant’s Head in Camden last year. RavenEye had just smashed their set at Dingwalls and every other venue was full to the rafters so myself and two friends retired for the evening; Camden Rocks 2018 had come to its end. Beer and whisky were flowing in equal volume and with … Continue reading We’ll Be There: Camden Rocks 2019 – Ross’ View

Gig Review: HRH Hammerfest XI – Day 2 (22 March 2019)

It's Friday morning and I’m raring to go, very much looking forward to the eclectic mix of metal, doom, sludge, and thrash on offer here today at Hammerfest XI. I head down early so I don't miss anything and spend some time looking round the wares at the merch stalls. Plenty of choice with almost … Continue reading Gig Review: HRH Hammerfest XI – Day 2 (22 March 2019)

Gig Review: HRH Metal Day 2

The sun rose over the O2 Academy in Birmigham and once more the doors were flung open for the final day of the third rendition of HRH Metal. Having been a fantastic day yesterday, expectations were high with a buzz amongst the audience that they were in for a fantastic day of great music and … Continue reading Gig Review: HRH Metal Day 2

2017 Crew Review – Sarah Spencer, Writer/Copy Editor

Looking back, 2017 has been a fun and exciting time to write for Moshville Times. I would have loved to have written more, seen more, heard more and spoken to more musicians, but sometimes life just gets in the way. Living in southern Spain doesn’t help matters! As much as days and days of sunshine … Continue reading 2017 Crew Review – Sarah Spencer, Writer/Copy Editor

Review: King Creature – Volume One

Meet King Creature. They are getting their wheels in motion and are in the running for big things. Having already played with rock and metal legends such as Motörhead, Megadeth, Hellyeah and Down, these four very talented musicians from Cornwall are fresh out of the studio recording their debut Volume One. This exquisite album was … Continue reading Review: King Creature – Volume One