Going Dark: An Interview with Glass Heart


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June 6, 2020

It's been a busy week for South Wales outfit Glass Heart. Whilst they gear up to release their new single they have also officially welcomed Drummer Samuel Gibbs to the fold, a member that has played live with the band for some time.Only two days past this and the band have announced they will be dropping their 4th single 'DARK' on the 12th June.

Having only been a band under this reincarnation since August 2019 the [then] trio have not put the br...

June 4, 2020

 Photo Credit: Dave Jackson

Picture the scene: it's the early 2000's, nu metal is still the biggest thing, Metallica are about to release St Anger, and the concept of streaming hadn't even been thought of yet - strange times indeed. If you did manage to make it to an extreme metal tour in this period, you may have seen 5 inexperienced kids take to the stage in Hawaiian shirts, and possibly be one of the first bands ever to play a death metal...

May 23, 2020

Birthed in the mid 2000's, Colorado's Havok under normal circumstances would have had their work cut out for them in their quest to make themselves future stalwarts of thrash metal. You'll remember that as we were reaching the middle of the naughties, Nu Metal had arguably already peaked - and the new wave of American heavy metal was in full swing. The likes of Lamb Of GodKillswitch Engage, Machine Head, and Devildriver had charged through...

Friday last saw Non Canon – the solo project of Oxygen Thief’s Barry Dolan – release his highly anticipated and fantastic sequel album. Simply titled Non Canon II, the release witnessed Dolan document our increasingly turbulent culture with folk wit and rich, luscious instrumentalism. Whilst the record is a solo affair in name, Non Canon II is actually the product of collaboration and friendship, a release that saw a manner of musicians peppering...

May 16, 2020

Despite the world being in an Orwellian lockdown, sitting at the behest of medical briefings and communicating through various electronic screens and layers of medical paraphernalia, Sheffield hardcore act Malevolence are as active as ever. With new EP The Other Side released on April 23rd, the band have been working on developing a new sound that will get many in hardcore circles talking and speculating on the path that Malev are putting themsel...

May 6, 2020

Local music venues are the lifeblood of the music scene. It is a statement we are all aware of but one that unfortunately is a common point of discussion between music fans due to the increasing challenges for venues.

You hear it all the time, support your small cap venues and ensure bands have somewhere to begin their journey. The importance of this cannot be overstated and lo and behold it is true. At this time when a fan's ability to physically...

Faith in the industry, faith in society and faith in an ever-loving benevolent God. These are the three vile demons you must slay in order to truly appreciate the work of Bristolian doomgazers Sugar Horse.

Despite being a fairly new proposition to many, Sugar Horse have already made a significant impact due to their sheer dynamism, offensive disregard for genre conformity and ability to manifest all annihilating walls of noise that are both crushi...

April 17, 2020

The end of the days, the rapture, the apocalypse, whatever you want to call it. Since pretty much the dawn of time mankind has been more or less obsessed with the end of the world. It's an inevitable event that has spurred on and inspired uncountable artistic endeavours over the centuries. One such recent piece of art documenting the end of all things is The Cataclysm, the fantastic sophomore album from Kent based post-ro...

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