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Slayer : Birmingham Arena, Birmingham – live review

The biggest event on the thrash metal calendar for years. The Slayer farewell tour, along with guests Lamb of God and support from Anthrax. The enormity of this gig is emphasized by Anthrax being in a support slot. This is huge. The end of the Abyss

Marilyn Manson – Manchester O2 Apollo – live review

Marilyn Manson O2 Apollo, Manchester 4 December 2017 Nigel reports back from a ‘difficult’ Marilyn Manson gig at the O2 Apollo, Manchester for Louder Than War. A first...

Bone Zeno:Black Milk – album review

Bone Zeno builds on years of solid musical grounding with debut album release Black Milk; an infusion that remains true to punk blues sensibilities, combined with intense depth-charged metal tones. Bryony Hegarty reviews.

Bullet For My Valentine – live review

Bullet For My Valentine/Killswitch Engage/Cane Hill Bournemouth O2 Academy 25 November 2016 Live Review Bullet For My Valentine roll into Bournemouth with Cane Hill and Killswitch Engage to...

Bring Me The Horizon – live review

Bring Me The Horizon Bournemouth International Centre 01 November 2016 Live Review This week saw Bring Me The Horizon bring their "That's The Spirit" tour to Bournemouth.  Alan...

Download Festival: Friday – live review

Download Festival Donington Park Friday June 10 2016 Live Review  In the movie Field of Dreams Kevin Costner was told "if you build it, he will come," build...

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