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 (Sat/Sun)
All the below straight from the PR machine behind Uprising V which has been given the go-ahead! The bill is still a work in progress, but already looks as strong as ever… More info here as we get it, and on the facebook event page. Heavy metal heroes, DIY daredevils, masters of the riff and the … Continue reading Uprising V announce headliner (and more)!
Legendary UK metal band Orange Goblin have announced that Harry Armstrong (formerly of Decomposed, Hangnail, Earls of Mars, End of Level Boss and current frontman of Blind River) will be joining the band as a permanent replacement for Martyn Millard, a founding member and bass player for the past 26 years, who played his last shows with Orange … Continue reading Orange Goblin announce new bassist
When UK heavy metal flagbearers Orange Goblin announced the postponement of their previously planned 25th Anniversary Tour, the band refused to let that be the end of the matter. Instead, teaming up with Hotel Radio and Old Empire, they put together not one, but TWO nights of glorious Heavy Metal celebrating all stages of the … Continue reading Orange Goblin announce 25th anniversary global live streaming shows
It’s been 3 years since I last saw Black Moth and boy they have grown up plus the new album, Anatomical Venus, is simply stunning. The first four tracks all stem from the new opus and are tremendous live, the band kick this short but very powerful set off with “Istra” followed by the standout track for me “Moonbow” … Continue reading Gig Review: Corrosion of Conformity / Orange Goblin / Fireball Ministry / Black Moth – The Garage, Glasgow (1st November 2018)
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 have heard of, but when those festivals can cost anywhere between £146 all the way … Continue reading Frank Fest – New Hall, Tiverton (7th & 8th April 2017)