I'm going to be honest, this year's roundup is going to be a challenge for me. In the past I've reviewed dozens of albums and gone to a similar number of gigs each year so my biggest problem has been narrowing it down. This year, though, has been a struggle. Between real life, work, studies … Continue reading 2023 Crew Review: Mosh – Da Boss
It’s a wet and windy day in Glasgow, but the elements can’t take away from the excitement of our second Moshville festival! It’s a bigger affair this year bringing nine awesome bands spanning the metal spectrum of the UK underground. It's set to be an amazing show, not least because it’s our silver fox of … Continue reading Gig Review: Moshville Oktoberfest – Ivory Blacks, Glasgow (8th October 2023)
Four days to go to this monster event, Moshville Oktoberfest 2023 at Glasgow Ivory Blacks. First of all, I would like to take this opportunity to thank those who have bought advance tickets. This has allowed us to plan as far ahead as possible and again is much appreciated. Advance tickets are still available until … Continue reading Moshville Oktoberfest 2023: Important information – 4 days to go!!!
Well, the time has finally come… The Grand Final of this Metal 2 The Masses competition, and tonight one band of four hopefuls will gain the prize that they have been fighting for, their spot to play on the New Blood Stage at Bloodstock. Over the past two weeks I have been trying to make … Continue reading Gig Review: Metal to the Masses Grand Final – Oxford (8th July 2023)
With the festival season kicking off earlier than expected this year, Myself and my omnipotent overlord, Shells, embarked upon a full day of metal at Takedown at Portsmouth Guildhall. Takedown has been on an 8 year hiatus, producing their last festival in 2015 where they’ve hosted bands such as Funeral For a Friend, Feed the … Continue reading Gig Review: Takedown Festival 2023
Branching from the Southern depths of the UK, Red Method have been continuing their onslaught, storming the UK’s festivals and venues, leaving a trail of chaos and snapped necks in their wake…and much, much more on the horizon to come. Since last Summer saw the departure of bassist Will Myers, the duties of bass for all … Continue reading Red Method announce new bassist Æther, unveil bass play through of “Split”