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March 15, 2019

Folk Rock tends to have a down to earth feel to it (I believe that’s almost a pun). Whereas many bands put on a performance of grandiose splendour to elevate themselves to the status of ‘rock god’, Folk has more interest in presenting themselves almost as musicians who have found old stories and instruments to bring to the awaiting crowd. Standing in the full room was strangely refreshing as it was somewhat easy to get around but very quickly as ...

March 12, 2019

As a bit of a one-off show this may seem strange but the line up is magical. Turisas and Korpiklaani with first act TrollfesT are quite a strong unit. TrollfesT being brought in as more than just openers as they have collaborated with Korpiklaani and it helps the immediately evident camaraderie between the bands. Folk Metal is fun, fantastic and fighting hard. This marks for a show to make a statement of some of the important bands of Folk Metal...

December 4, 2018

Up for some balls to the wall brutality? The kind of Metal that is an endurance test of solid heavy? Smash your eardrums to your brains and hope the blood flowing will just help the brutality? Death Metal gore masters Aborted team up with old school Tech Death machine’s Cryptopsy, whilst recruiting Slam lords Ingested and some Brutal Death Metal in Unfathomable Ruination. It’s a hard-hitting night of gore and carnage and a wonderful introduction...

July 26, 2018

 Ingested: Photo by Ryan Winstanley


See here: for part one (Thursday and Friday) of our Review.

Run by musicians for musicians, TechFest is a living tribute to the survival of accomplished metal music. Its endurance tested by its apparent versatility. Giving a shout out to Tech Metal might feel as if only a few bands would qualify, but year on year, TechFest unleashes hordes of different and out-there bands. The fact that the organiser...

May 23, 2018

It's an unusual, yet exciting atmosphere that fills Birmingham's O2 Academy tonight, there's no support bands to discuss or wait with baited breath for, instead - everyone in attendance is awaiting a mammoth length set from one of the most coveted, and respected bands to live within the metal community - Machine Head. It makes sense for the quintet to set out on this kind of venture too, with a back catalogue of the most elite status and a n...

April 25, 2018

There is no denying that South Wales five-piece Casey have had an absolute whirl-wind of a year. The band absolutely smashed summer performances at both Download Festival and Slam Dunk, and gained a prized support slot with Aussie favourites the Amity Affliction on their most recent European tour. Astonishingly, Casey managed these successes off the back of their freshman release Love is Not Enough, which demonstrates just how rapidly the band ha...

November 21, 2017

Twelve studio albums and twenty-six years in, Cradle of Filth show us why they are still considered one of the most influential, and controversial, black metal bands ever. In the old converted church venue, surrounded by monolithic stained glass windows, Leeds was treated to a very atmospheric and theatrical Sunday service.

First up though, were British metallers Savage Messiah (8). They played an electrifying set, comprised mainly of their stunni...

October 4, 2017

San Francisco’s Emotional (6) kick off proceedings for the evening, and whilst it’s still early in the evening, this new upcoming six-piece attract a respectable crowd size. With a wavy, soothing and approachable sound focusing on nostalgic and introspective themes and aura’s it does appear to be the perfect opener to compliment Turnover’s recent material. Whilst the subtle and loose chord progression and minimalist synth tones may appeal to the...

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