Metal Gig Reviews

By Simon Crampton, 28th March 2017 Gig Reviews, News

It’s a cold dark Sunday night in Southampton. Which feels right as tonight is the first night on the UK leg of the current Suicide Silence tour. Tonight’s bill is stacked from the ground up. It will also be interesting to see if the new songs translate well to the… Read More »

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By Connor Morris, 14th March 2017 Gig Reviews, Live Galleries, News

The end of January saw a somewhat eclectic line up of Pennsylvania Pop-Punk band The Wonder Years, Pup, Trash Boat and Tiny Moving Parts in Stylus, Leeds. First to take to the stage are Tiny Moving Parts (8). Opening with Sundress, the band deliver an exciting set that sees frontman… Read More »

By Connor Morris, 6th March 2017 Gig Reviews, News

The end of February saw pop-punk legends Sum 41 kick off their ‘Don’t Call It A Sum-Back’ UK tour with fellow Canadian’s Hollerado. We were there at the Leeds date to bring you this review! Hollerado (6) came onstage welcomed by a packed out O2 Academy. The Ottawa (definitely NOT… Read More »

By Ali Cooper, 22nd February 2017 Gig Reviews

Pay your fare to Hades and give a nod to Cerberus as you pass, this journey to the Underworld is bound to be a treacherous one as Firewind make their triumphant return to the UK. Humbled Greek dark outfit Scar of the Sun (8) welcome in a night of uncontrollable… Read More »

By Ali Cooper, 20th February 2017 Gig Reviews, News

A dingy night in Soho is about to get a whole lot rowdier with a secret acoustic show from hair metal’s sleaze leaders Steel Panther (7). The comedy band’s two primary icons Michael Starr and Satchel take to the Crobar stage with every atom of their usual spicy personalities –… Read More »