Album Review: Tempel – Tempel (Jansen Records)

Norway’s Tempel was formed by Kvelertak drummer Kjetil Gjermundrød with his brothers Espen and Inge, and childhood friend Andreas Espolin Johnson. They serve up modern heavy metal at its finest with their debut self-titled, to be released via Jansen Records on the 22nd March 2019.

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EP Review: TREP – Lucian (Self Released)

Formed in 2017, TREP are a 3-piece heavy rock band (with metal & prog elements) from Cardiff, South Wales. The will release their debut EP, Lucian on the 18th March 2019. It will be the first of two EPs that will combine to create a fictional story of a future that may come to be.

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Band Interview – Spidervayne (Metal 2 the Masses Essex 2019)

Rock/metal band, Spidervayne, will play in Heat Five of Metal 2 the Masses Essex 2019 on the 15th of March at The Soundhouse, Colchester.

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Album Review: Dark Years from Now – Dark Years from Now (Self Released)

Based in Vancouver BC, this sonically diverse act is the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist Dan Potter.  Using heavy barrages of thrashing poly-rhythmic riffage to whip up intensity levels, Dark Years from Now will release its self-titled album on March 8th 2019.

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Album Review: The Picturebooks – The Hands of Time (Century Media Records)

The Picturebooks new album, The Hands of Time is about accepting and celebrating nothing but the truth, the ups and downs of life, the tears and laughter and deep friendships. It will be released on March 8th 2019 via Century Media Records.

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