Metal Gig Reviews

By Sam Dignon, 28th August 2018 Gig Reviews, News

Palm Reader have spent most of the last six years being one of the UK’s most exciting bands but never getting the recognition for it. Their first two albums were brilliant and their live shows were always fantastic but it just never seemed to connect with people. Then this year their… Read More »

By Sam Dignon, 23rd August 2018 Gig Reviews, News

Word of mouth surrounding The Fever 333 (10) has been spreading like wildfire. With just an EP out and a single UK show, the band managed to sell out the Islington Academy in 3 days. With this sort of buzz it is easy to write it all off as nothing more than… Read More »

By Jamie Giberti, 14th August 2018 Bloodstock, Festival News, Gig Reviews, News

With the weather changing it’s mind on the opening day of Bloodstock Open Air 2018 more times than Neymar making dives at this Summer’s World Cup, our foray into Catton Hall found metalheads of all kinds from the shirtless to those somewhat more weather proof. It felt oddly appropriate then… Read More »

By Philip Whitehead, 7th August 2018 Gig Reviews, News

June is a great time to catch one-off shows either from acts preparing to take on the famous Download Festival or performing shows just after, and this year was no exception. Having played Donington just a couple of days before, Ice T’s infamous metal band Body Count descended on the… Read More »

By Jack Fermor-Worrell, 6th August 2018 Gig Reviews, News

If you were to look back over the landscape of rock music since the turn of the millennium, then chances are you’d likely come across The Gaslight Anthem, and more specifically their second studio album The ’59 Sound. Lauded by critics at the time of release back in the summer… Read More »