DEMONS OF OLD METAL JOIN JACE MEDIA

From: Torquay, United Kingdom Genre: Metal, Thrash, Horror Members: Guitar / Vocal Demon, Bass Demon, Second Guitar Demon,Drum Demon, Tech Demon Bio: We’re all going to go to hell and Demons of Old Metal are going to make absolutely sure of it! Sent up to the surface by the big red guy with horns and a tail, these five demons are using their infectious .. DEMONS OF OLD METAL We’re all going to go to hell and Demons of Old Metal are going to make absolutely sure of it! Sent up to the surface by the big red guy with horns and a tail, these five demons are using their infectious brand of hook-laden metal to win back the souls of...

Album Review: Superh...

Album Review: Superheist – ‘Ghosts of the Social Dead’ So, back in time, there was this Melbourne band called Superheist that came out and knocked a niche into the Australian rock market with a brand of grindcore, then Nu Metal, that was as fresh as it was intense. Smart, powerful and on the...

Saxon  Fastway  Girlschool.  O2 Arena, Newcastle. 28.10.2016 Oct30

Saxon Fastway Girlschool. O2 Arena, Newcastle. 28....

Saxon Fastway Girlschool. O2 Arena, Newcastle. 28.10.2016 I arrived in plenty of time at the O2 Arena, Newcastle so I popped into The Star Pub over the road to meet like minded souls, the place was less than half full of Grey, Greying, bald or going bald gents so I felt at home here. That proved to be a mistake though! Passing the O2 there was only around 20 people queued outside, I should have joined the queue but I didn’t fancy a 50 minute wait in the cold wearing a black Tee shirt in October. Before I finished my pint of shandy, I looked out of the window to see the queue was now down the road and around the corner and the doors still...

NEWS: Colour Of Noise Unveil Video for New Single ...

NEWS: Colour Of Noise Unveil Video for New Single ‘Medicine Man’ Colour of Noise are set to release their thought-provoking new single ‘Medicine Man’ on November 4th. Watch the video at the end of this post. Produced by Luke Potashnick (of The Temperance Movement) and featuring Mark Richardson on drums, the track is an exclusive from RAK Studios. It marks the first time Bruce Dickinson of CoN and Mark Richardson have worked together since recording the cult B.l.o.w album ‘Man and Goat Alike’ in 1994.  Adding to the considerable talent pool, the song’s heady psychedelic video has been produced by Mikee W Goodman (not only a member of...

The Tubes @ The Art school Glasgow Oct24

The Tubes @ The Art school Glasgow

The Tubes @ The Art school Glasgow This one is always difficult to explain. If you have seen The Tubes live you will know what I am talking about but to try and explain to someone who has no comprehension of the band is very difficult. 40 years into their career and they are incredible live, musically you cannot fault them. Visually they are a dream to watch and to photograph and to add to that you have Fee Waybill’s constant humour and antics. You know you will get costume changes, you know you will get the hits but you also know there will be something new every time. So lets focus on some of the different angles tonight. There were a...

ALBUM REVIEW: Testam...

ALBUM REVIEW: Testament bring a pureblood banger to the table on Brotherhood Of The Snake EACH iteration of what we gloriously regard as metal has been greeted as taking it “too far”. From the proto metal of Cream and Iron Butterfly, through its birth with Sabbath (ably abetted by...

Attica rage live limelight with Donum Dei plus con...

MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2016   LIVE REVIEW: Conjuring the metal rage: Conjuring Fate, Donum Dei and Attica Rage bring class to Saturday evening WITH the ever-lengthening list of shows over the closing weeks of 2016 it is becoming increasingly difficult for promoters to attract crowds for all but the biggest headliners. Coming just a day after Alien Ant Farm and a week ahead of four consecutive nights of gigs, Attica Rage’s show was up against all the odds. However, for those that managed to make it down to Limelight2 for The Distortion Project presentation on Saturday (October 22nd) they were treated to a triple set of metal...

Inme @ The Garage, Glasgow Oct22

Inme @ The Garage, Glasgow

Inme @ The Garage, Glasgow It is great to see that Inme are becoming regular visitors to Glasgow these days. Too many years went by without them and since I caught back up with them about three years ago I have not missed a show. You know you are always in for a great performance and tonight was no exception. Inme brought along Aaron Buchanan and The Cult Classics with them on this tour and I have to say I was more than pleased. That name may not ring any bells but how about if I mention Heaven’s Basement, yeah, I thought that may change things. Many moons ago I packed up my life in Scotland and moved to Peterborough, England(don’t ask...

Echotape live review19 Oct – The Sanctuary, Basingstoke Oct21

Echotape live review19 Oct – The Sanctuary, ...

I have been hearing a lot about the band Echotape over the past few months, with following the band on Facebook and having the drummer on my friends list (both of us meeting whilst working for a pensions company years ago). They have been on many adventures recently – namely a recent record deal in May, a very recent visit to Belgium and The Netherlands; and an upcoming support tour for Graham Candy in NL and Germany notwithstanding. They have also been to festivals in The Netherlands and Russia, so things are really starting to happen for this up-and-coming band; considering they have already hit the charts in NL. The opportunity finally...

ALBUM REVIEW: When you feel the blues, just Take i...

ALBUM REVIEW: When you feel the blues, just Take it on Faith from the Rossington Collins Band What happens when you hear the name Rossington? Well, you immediately think of Lynyrd Skynyrd, .38 Special, Rossington Collins Band and the Rossington Band and a husband and wife that make up southern rock royalty. Just keep that thought. Iconic musicians always have a weight upon their shoulders of having never to fail with their next album or single. To fail can tarnish their pristine aura and reputation. Something that can overshadow years of success… So is this new album ‘Take it on Faith’ from Gary Rossington, legendary founding member of...

EP REVIEW: Cursed Sun realise their potential and ...

EP REVIEW: Cursed Sun realise their potential and rise to pummelling new heights on The Amygdala WHEN you name your EP after two parts of the brain that are at the core of memory, decision-making and emotions you are taking a ‘cerebral’ risk with your music and lyrics, but Cursed Sun have always been ones not to rest on the proverbial laurels both on recorded material and on stage. The EP bears the title ‘The Amygdala’ and within its four-tracks are a forceful dynamic musically and a dystopian vision of where humanity rests right now in the second decade of the 21st Century. Throughout they showcase talent and a...

Eden’s Curse, Cardinal album launch and review

Eden’s Curse, Cardinal album launch and review I wasn’t expecting tonight to be such a big thing but when you add up all the ingredients you can understand why I had a great night:- 1 It has been a long two years since the brilliant “Symphony Of Sin”. 2 We had Paul Logue and John Clelland here. 3 It was compered by none other than Scottish Legend Tom( I have a book coming out) Russell. 4 We have all of the lovely ladies from the album cover here. 5 We are the first to hear Cardinal in its entirety. The venue is Glasgows Hard rock Cafe and it is very apt with a name steeped in rock legend. We see many familiar faces, we smooze, we have a...

Barb Wire Dolls @ Stereo, Glasgow Oct19

Barb Wire Dolls @ Stereo, Glasgow

  Barb Wire Dolls @ Stereo, Glasgow This one was going to be a new experience for me. I have heard the noise around this band and have friends completely split down the middle on whether the band is good or not. I am never one to make a decision on anyone else’s opinion so I decided that rather than take a side I would go check it out myself. I also found it hard to believe the God that was/is Lemmy could make a mistake as he signed this scruffy, rough and raw band from Greece the moment he saw them live. The evening did not start well, I was suffering from a cold that was not helped along by attending a gig the previous night. To add...

Altered sky Oct18

Altered sky

    Altered Sky @ The Garage, Glasgow This was the big one, Altered Sky took a gamble and booked the main stage at The Garage. It has been a while since they played their home town after a successful tour promoting their brilliant debut album “ Without Wonderland”. Would the gamble pay off? let’s see… But before I get to that(as he draws out the tension) we had some support bands on tonight, four to be precise but due to the early start and me being as sick as a dog(man flu is real people) I missed Beyond Recall and Take Today but everyone was raving about them. My first band of the evening was one I was familiar with. Magik Trik...

LIVE REVIEW: The Maverick asylum rocks the Diamond Rock Club with Selene Oct17

LIVE REVIEW: The Mav...

LIVE REVIEW: The Maverick asylum rocks the Diamond Rock Club with Selene MAVERICK sing about it being “In Our Blood” and for those that make the pilgrimage to the Diamond Rock Club from far and wide, rockin’ out in Ahoghill really is in our blood. The venue sees many an act...

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