On a night where heavy storms were due to batter the South of England, heavy metal legends Machine Head were also due to bring another storm to Plymouth, along with metalcore bands Darkest Hour and Heart of a Coward. Continue reading
Following the release of their 2008 record Cheat The Gallows, Bigelf seemed to suffer something of a breakdown as a band.
It’s been six long years since Judas Priest’s last record, the unfairly criticised, and actually quite excellent Nostradamus. In those six years, Priest have “retired”, come back and lost half of their iconic axe duo when K.K. Downing quit the band in 2011.
India’s finest purveyors of “Demonic Metal” have returned with an absolute blinder of an album.
Review by Jonno Lloyd
No Joy are a Canadian four-piece formed in 2009, they haven’t been around for long but they’ve already put out two albums and two EPs, all of which seem to be getting quite a bit of attention and a lot of nice things said about them. Combine that with the DOOMGAZER/POP tagline on their various pages and I’m intrigued enough to pick up the first album, a 10 track 2010 release named Ghost Blonde. Continue reading