Festival Review: Wacken XXX Day 3

The first thing I noticed on Friday morning was that Spencer, our American friend, hadn't reappeared at the hostel. We finally got hold of him and discovered that he'd been taken to hospital after being knocked out by a crowdsurfer! Thankfully, he was OK and was making his way back to Wacken directly after being … Continue reading Festival Review: Wacken XXX Day 3

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

Tour News: Energy (+Miss Vincent), Life Of Agony, RIVIẼRE, The Colour Line, Gov’t Mule, TEXTURES

So our Tour News today is a little longer here. There's a few farewell tours, a debut tour and everything from punk to tech metal to whatever you happen to class Gov't Mule as. Energy (+Miss Vincent) Fresh from supporting Creeper on their UK tour a few weeks ago, Boston's finest; Energy are back on … Continue reading Tour News: Energy (+Miss Vincent), Life Of Agony, RIVIẼRE, The Colour Line, Gov’t Mule, TEXTURES

Wednesday Video Roundup: All Ears Avow, Life of Agony, Demonic Resurrection, The Lounge Kittens, Ayreon, American Standards

Quite the mix for you today, but all of them quality! Enjoy your midweek mix... All Ears Avow - "Hurricane" Ascending UK Alt-rockers All Ears Avow are set to climb even higher, as they release their new EP, Edge Of This, out 28th April. Before then, the dynamic rock crew have revealed the video for … Continue reading Wednesday Video Roundup: All Ears Avow, Life of Agony, Demonic Resurrection, The Lounge Kittens, Ayreon, American Standards

Interview (Part 2): Joey Z of Life of Agony

Continuing on from the first part of Sarah's chat with Joey Z, they talk about the more logistical aspects of band life. In terms of the production, I saw you have your own music production business as well, so how much involvement did you have personally in the recording of the album with Matt Brown? It … Continue reading Interview (Part 2): Joey Z of Life of Agony

Review: Life of Agony – A Place Where There’s No More Pain

As a Life of Agony fan in the 90s, songs from the 1993 debut River Runs Red and 1995 follow-up Ugly have stayed with me and often pop up in my head at unexpected moments (“If I knew what to do, I’d do it…”). I didn’t follow the band after those two albums but when I … Continue reading Review: Life of Agony – A Place Where There’s No More Pain