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Festival Review: Hellfest 2018 (22 – 24 June)

France’s soirée of festival season is Hellfest, based in the sleepy town of Clisson, which lies half an hour from Nantes in the Pays de la Loire region of the country, and this year is it’s 13th incarnation In the [...]

July 18, 2018 Gig Reviews

Festival Review: Inferno Norway 2018 Day 3

Today the music conference was to see black metal legend Ihsahn host a guitar clinic at the official hotel. There was already a queue forming with people eager to listen to what Ihsahn had to say about song writing, playing [...]

April 7, 2018 Gig Reviews

Satyricon add three 2018 UK/Ireland shows

Satyricon seem to be experiencing what is best described as a new lease of life with the release of their ninth record in Deep Calleth Upon Deep. The band’s live shows, following frontman Satyr’s increasing recovery from a brain tumour in [...]

October 28, 2017 Tours/Live Dates

Video Roundup: Satyricon, Sons of Apollo, Gold Key, Perfect Blue Sky, The Modern Age Slavery, InAir

Satyricon – “To Your Brethren in the Dark” With the recent release of their ninth studio album, Deep Calleth Upon Deep (you can read James’ review here), black metal groundbreakers Satyricon have proven they still lead the way in extreme music.  Today [...]

October 21, 2017 Videos

Inferno 2018 announce headliner

Inferno Festival are proud to announce the mighty Satyricon as one of their 2018 headliners, alongside the previously announced Emperor. Satyricon has been one of the leading bands within Norwegian black metal for more than two decades. With a brand [...]

October 9, 2017 Tours/Live Dates

Satyricon / Suicidal Angels – Heaven, London (29th Sept 2017)

With two support bands and a mammoth two-hour set, Satyricon were hoping to squeeze a lot into the London show, all before the venue’s curfew. Because of this, the door times were pushed back to 5pm and as a result [...]

October 1, 2017 Gig Reviews