Live Review – Powerflo at the Boston Music Room (13/07/2018)

The American super group, Powerflo, played the Boston Music Room in Tufnell Park, on the 13th of July with support from Welsh hardcore/grime rockers Astroid Boy.

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Album Review – Live at Dynamo Open Air 1998 by Pantera (F.R.E.T Music)

At a poignant time in the memory of Pantera, with the sad loss of Vinnie Paul recently, a new live album has been released to remind us all of just how important Pantera were to the metal world. Recorded at one of the worlds biggest metal festivals back in the day, Dynamo Open Air in The Netherlands, in 1998 you get to experience the power and passion of Pantera at a time when they were at the top of their game.

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Five Reasons You Should Go To Bloodstock Festival 2018

Do you have the Download Festival blues? Feeling sad that another year is in the bag and you’ve got to go back to the grind of daily life? Nothing to look forward too? Well, the answer is simple! Book your tickets for Bloodstock now! Here are five reasons you should.

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Live Review – Zeal & Ardor at The Village Underground, Shoreditch (04/06/2018)

It is a Monday night. Everyone is tired from a busy weekend. The first day back at work for the week is over and a small crowd of music fans head to Shoreditch for a gig. Zeal & Ardor are going to have to be pretty special to wake this bunch of zombies up. A challenge they rise to and smash to pieces with ease.

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Live Review: Marduk at The Dome, London (25/05/18)

It might be cool outside as darkness falls but inside The Dome at Tufnell Park, London it’s sweaty and hot. Why? Because black metal legends Marduk have stopped in London to deliver a ritualistic and blasphemy filled sermon. This is the final stop in the UK on a huge May tour called March of Blood and Iron.

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Live Review – Machine Head at The Roundhouse, Camden (19/05/2018)

It is a Saturday, the sun is shining, royals are getting married, the FA Cup final is taking place at Wembley but more importantly, Machine Head are in town. Playing their 2nd night at The Roundhouse, Camden, excited fans litter the pubs of London sinking beers in the sun in preparation for an epic night of metal.

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