Album Review: Turbyne – Arc

I have to kick this one off with an apology to Calum and the band. They gave me a massive heads up and lead time, and I thought I'd leave the review to a little closer to the release date... then "real life" stepped in front of me and I've been run ragged to the … Continue reading Album Review: Turbyne – Arc

Interview: Turbyne (Bloodstock 2018)

Far removed from Scotland, Turbyne explain their M2tM fortunes and how this year, there was a unique twist to the one they competed in as well as how playing Bloodstock differs to playing our Wildfire stage last year. Turbyne: facebook | bandcamp | youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nh6gg_ZCYzU&feature=youtu.be

Bloodstock 2018: 13 more bands announced

Bloodstock's countdown is hotting up, with just 9 weeks left to go! There’s still plenty of exciting things to reveal about 2018’s event though, including this stellar collection of thirteen more bands you’ll be lucky enough to see, if you’ve snapped up a ticket! Your support for Bloodstock's regional Metal 2 the Masses finals has … Continue reading Bloodstock 2018: 13 more bands announced

Exclusive: Turbyne release new lyric video

Sons of Dumfries and Moshville Times favourites Turbyne have just this moment dropped a new lyric video for "Dark of the Void". The track features Jamie Hoyle and has been remixed and remastered by Origins & Endings album producer John Dinning at Sound Travels. The video was created by the ever-masterful Very Metal Art and … Continue reading Exclusive: Turbyne release new lyric video

Metal 2 The Masses Cumbria(ish) Heat 4 – The Venue, Dumfries (17th Feb 2018)

Well, this is definitely an interesting way for me to start at The Moshville Times. Covering a competition that I’m no stranger to, having entered into it over two separate years in BloodThread (the second time getting through and playing Bloodstock Open Air). But also reviewing the event as a judge! So this was a … Continue reading Metal 2 The Masses Cumbria(ish) Heat 4 – The Venue, Dumfries (17th Feb 2018)

Review: Wildfire Festival 2017, Sunday (Moshville Times Stage)

If the bands playing the Saturday set for the Moshville Times stage at Wildfire set up the audience, then those playing the Sunday knocked them all back down. Featuring music from the heavier side of the rock and metal scene, the Sunday line-up brought in dozens of rock fans of all ages, with even some … Continue reading Review: Wildfire Festival 2017, Sunday (Moshville Times Stage)