Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, just David's mouse. As he wrote a review that was well overdue For a great Christmas album that's brand spanking new... The band, Tragedy will not be unknown to regular readers of the Moshville Times. To those familiar with their … Continue reading Album Review: Tragedy – #1 Christmas Holiday Party Mix
It's Easter(ish) and thus time for the titans of Tragedy to once again descend upon Glasgow City. As ever, they have a local support on each date and up here we had Frank Zappa tribute specialists Pygmy Twylyte. Now I can name Frank Zappa's kids (great pub quiz answers), but songs or albums? Not one. … Continue reading Gig Review: Tragedy / Pygmy Twylyte – Audio, Glasgow (24th February 2019)
Tragedy hit the UK again (prepare for decimation) later this month and have shifted the release date of their new album up so that it's out before they get here. Having rockified many disco classics, and then done a reverse on their last album taking "Crazy Train" from metal to disco, the band have focussed … Continue reading Review: Tragedy – Goes To The Movies
To put tonight into perspective - I've just completed a 3-day outdoor Krav Maga course. I barely made it home alive after a 2-hour drive while extremely exhausted. I remembered I had a gig to go to. Argh. It's Tragedy. Ooh, well I definitely still have to go. Some people have issues with cover bands … Continue reading Gig Review: Tragedy – Audio, Glasgow (20th May 2018)
21 shows in 23 days!?! Only New York City’s legendary Tragedy could be so bold! Catch the band on their high-kicking, mascara-smudging, booty-shaking blitz around the UK and Ireland throughout May 2018. From personal experience we can tell you that they put on a brilliant live show! Disco Demolition Night - July 12th, 1979. A baseball … Continue reading Tragedy poised to destroy the UK/IRL once again!
When you hear "Bee Gees" and "metal", what connection do you make? Well thanks to the incredible talent of a few, you can now make a simple one: Tragedy! An ingenious cover band which revisits all the Bee Gees' classics (and even beyond) with popular cheesy tunes everyone knows! For the third time I was … Continue reading Tragedy: All Metal Tribute To The Bee Gees And Beyond- Glasgow Audio, 28th Feb 2017