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Slayer announce “Final” world tour (UPDATED with US support acts)

UPDATE: Support acts for the US dates are Anthrax, Testament, Behemoth and Lamb of God. Bloody hell. What are the odds of that continuing over to the UK? Got home to this “WTF?!” news… Slayer have announced that their forthcoming [...]

January 22, 2018 News

Festival Review: Tons of Rock 2017 – Day Two

Katie’s review of this year’s Tons of Rock is, like the festival itself, massive – so we’re splitting it into three bite-size chunks. Even then, they’re still bite-size to a large, scary Viking. Here’s the second portion, covering June 23rd [...]

July 3, 2017 Gig Reviews

Slayer discuss the “Repentless” video trilogy

Slayer have released a video talking about the now infamous Repentless video trilogy. You can check the clip out here, and we’ll scatter the song videos through the article because they certainly bear being re-watched. Several times. When the members of [...]

September 16, 2016 Features, Videos

Slayer release third video in trilogy

A convicted prisoner on death row… a family unit putting up the Christmas decorations… two worlds, lightness and darkness colliding… white supremacists… ruthless murders…Slayer’s “Pride in Prejudice” music video completed their Repentless trilogy. “I’m particularly excited about this third video,” said [...]

September 6, 2016 Videos

Bloodstock 2016 – Sunday (Sean’s view)

After another night of rock ‘n’ roll excesses and a morning of BBQ’d pork products (and cups of tea and coffee), the final day of heavy metal mania at Bloodstock 2016 lay ahead. The first band I caught was Ronnie [...]

August 30, 2016 Gig Reviews

Bloodstock 2016 – Mosh’s view

Finally, after posting my behind-the-scenes viewpoint over a week ago, I get the time to rattle off a few words about the bands I saw. This post pretty much wraps up our reviews (there may be one more, but that’s [...]

August 27, 2016 Gig Reviews