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January 31, 2019

A few days ago we had joined Vukovi at their sold out headliner in London's The Black Heart. Joining the ever energetic Vuvkoi had been Delaire, the Liar and Crystal! Check out Jess Piochon's shots below!

 

January 31, 2019

UK behemoths Architects took their Holy Hell tour to the Motorpoint Arena stage Cardiff 18/01 accompanied by the mighty Ohio-based Beartooth and the potent Australian metalcore outfit Polaris! Check out Dean's coverage below.
 


 

January 31, 2019

In an era where extreme music has become more normalised and accessible, the term ‘disgustingly heavy’ has been thrown around soon loosely and often it has began to loose all original meaning. When a critic or fan ties the term to a band it’s now impossible to judge if the respective art actually challenges the listener or is just a line of untactful breakdowns loosely stringed together. However, one band who truly deserving of such a coveted acc...

January 30, 2019

More exciting news from Josefov Fortress in Czechia dropped earlier this month, with a whole load of new bands confirmed for the lineup of Brutal Assault 2019.

Immediately, attention shifts to the inclusion of Poland’s extreme metal titans, Decapitated, firmly back on the touring scene after making headlines with a false arrest in the United States in 2017 before subsequently being cleared of all charged four months later. Canadian progressive met...

January 30, 2019

When the genre of dream-thrash was first coined by industry types, a large portion of the response by devotees of metal was one of condescending elitism. Whilst the negative backlash wasn’t necessary, the scepticism voiced by some was somewhat understandable. After all, dream focused music manifests images of calming, pacifying and gentle soundscapes. On the other hand, thrash metal is predominately all about intoxicated slapstick ultraviolence....

January 30, 2019

It’s already been confirmed that this year’s instalment of Slam Dunk is going to be different. With the festival growing bigger every year as they scrap the Midlands’ date to focus on expanding Leeds’, we’re going to witness it hit a monumental milestone. Now, they’ve hit us with another surprise as they’ve announced ten more acts which will have us even more conflicted when the stage-split announcement comes.

The first two names were dropped the...

January 29, 2019

Not content with what is looking to be a solid lineup, Download Festival have announced a mammoth 43 acts to join an already stacked weekend headlined by Slipknot, Tool and Def Leppard that features thrash legends Slayer’s final ever UK show along with acts across the musical spectrum, from Die Antwoord to Carcass

The full list of new additions with the updated lineup poster is:

Aaron Buchanan & The Cult Classics

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Animals As Leaders

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January 29, 2019

Iterum Nata bring us their impressive sophomore album The Course of Empire. The band, hailing from Tampere, Finland, are a psychedelic occult Folk Rock outfit, masterminded by Jesse Heikkinen. Their eponymous debut release in 2017 saw the forging of multiple styles: ritualistic chanting, eerie flutes and celeste, Latin-sounding strummed guitars; dreamy, spacey, layered synth melodies, gently crooning Lennon-esque vocals and even a couple of agrar...

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