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Primavera Sound Day One 2017 – festival review

An incredible first day at the brilliant Primavera Sound Festival that saw so many highlights including NOTS, Broken Social Scene and many more!

Ghost: University Great Hall, Cardiff – live review

Ghost & Zombi University Great Hall, Cardiff 25 March 2017 Ghost brought their ghoulish tour to Cardiff and wowed the Welsh with a hell-raising performance. Paul Grace reported...

Masiro : Technocologist Unknown – Album Review

Masiro - Technocologist Unknown (Self-Released) CD/DL Out 8th July Masiro are a trio, with a new addition of Chris Hutchinson-Mogg on Bass. Chris used to play in legendary...

Jane’s Addiction: O2 Forum Kentish Town, London – live review

Jane's Addiction O2 Forum Kentish Town, London 13th June 2016 This year Jane's Addiction celebrate the 25 year anniversary of their 2nd studio album Ritual De Lo...

Mushroomhead: London – live review

Mushroomhead brought their infamous circus freak-show to Camden's Electric Ballroom

Crossfaith: Portsmouth – live review

Crossfaith & The One Hundred Wedgewood Rooms Portsmouth 17 March 2016 Japanese metal monsters Crossfaith are back in the UK with support from the One Hundred and...

Wednesday 13 Undead Unplugged: Satan’s Hollow, Manchester – live review

Wednesday 13 Satan's Hollow, Manchester 5th March 2015 Wednesday 13 returned to Manchester on Saturday night for an intimate acoustic performance with fellow band member Roman Surman on the...

Parkway Drive: O2 Academy Brixton, London – live review

Parkway Drive | Bury Tomorrow | Thy Art Is Murder O2 Academy Brixton, London 12th February 2016 Parkway Drive’s Ire tour stopped off in London last weekend...

Coheed and Cambria: O2 Ritz, Manchester – live review

Coheed and Cambria|Glassjaw|Crooks  Manchester, O2 Ritz 1st February 2016  Coheed and Cambria return to the UK, with support from post hardcore legends Glassjaw and British band Crooks,...

HIM: Rock City, Nottingham – live review

HIM Nottingham Rock City  27th December 2015 Gothic rocker return for a one off show in the UK. HIM have become iconic in their time in music.With a...

Fields of the Nephilim: O2 Forum Kentish Town, London – live review

Fields of the Nephilim O2 Forum Kentish Town, London 21st Dec 2015 Fields of the Nephilim rode into Kentish Town last week for their annual pre-Christmas gathering....

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats: O2 Academy Newcastle – live review

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats O2 Academy Newcastle  24th November 2015 Uncle Acid bring the acid coven to Newcastle and sets about melting faces with their monolithic...

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