Live Reviews

SLASH FT. MYLES KENNEDY & THE CONSPIRATORS

Slash feat Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators give one more reason to believe that rock is not dead

It’s the middle of the week and a sold out Hammersmith Apollo is waiting for Slash Feat Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators to rock the stage. Tickets went so fast for this show that they could have easily played an extra date in London, so it feels extra special to be part of such an eventful night. Last September they ...

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Conjurer

Conjurer only deal in vast quantities of six-stringed agony | Fuel Rock Bar, Cardiff

Not going to lie, seeing Conjurer headline smaller capped venues is rad as hell, but given the reputation they’ve snowballed over the course of 2018, we get the feeling that they may be selling themselves short here. Still, when the intensity is this raw and condensed it makes for one hell of a sight. But first, black metal newcomers Black Pyre are ...

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Buckcherry

Buckcherry and Hoobastank join forces for a powerful tour in the UK

Buckcherry have recently embarked on a European tour which sees them hitting some prestigious rock ‘n roll venues supported by Hoobastank. With a new album titled Warpaint ready to be released on March 8th, fans are expecting these rockers to be super pumped about tonight’s show in the UK capital. It’s Friday night and Shepherd’s Bush is filled with rock aficionados ready to receive their ...

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Behemoth, At The Gates, Wolves In The Throne Room at Bristol’s Marble Factory

The feeling of evil in the air is as thick as tar. Marely being in the presence of Behemoth in the same building is enough to send shivers down the spine of any god-fearing person. Though it shouldn’t be god that they fear tonight. In a staggering three song set, the wide black metal landscape that Wolves In The Throne ...

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Inglorious

Inglorious rock Nottingham

Gaining a solid name for themselves over the past few years, Inglorious are back on the road in support of the third extremely anticipated album Ride to Nowhere, a name that they are far from living up to, as they continue to bring outstanding performances to every stage and venue on the way. Bringing the finest of talent on the ...

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Parkway Drive

Parkway Drive play their biggest London Show to date with Killswitch Engage and Thy Art Is Murder

It’s February 2019 and Parkway Drive are currently on their biggest European Tour to date. Selling out in Manchester, Frankfurt, Czech Republic, Paris and Munich. They tonight face a sold out show of ten thousand people at London’s Alexandra Palace with support from Killswitch Engage and Thy Art Is Murder. We climb the steep hill that is the walk up ...

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sick of it all

Persistence Tour 2019 – The Sleeping Dragons Wake As Sick Of It All Lead The Charge In A Wild All Day Sonic Onslaught

Let’s clear the air from the get go, the Persistence Tour is arguably one of the finest travelling tours in Europe. A compendium of incredible acts from the furthest echelons of punk, hardcore, and metal. Has it seen its fair share of ups and down over the years? Of course it has. But that is the beauty of a dedicated, fan driven ...

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Random Hand

An Illustrated review of Random Hand, Popes of Chillitown, Riskee and the Ridicule

As a much-loved ska punk band hailing from West Yorkshire, the four members of Random Hand broke their fan’s hearts in early 2015 by announcing a hiatus. To add insult to pit-based injury, they would also release their much anticipated fourth album Hit/Reset the day after their last gig at the Underworld in Camden, but had no plans to tour this ...

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Cancer Bats

Cancer Bats leave a flaming hot trail of destruction in the iciest part of Tunbridge Wells

Before we kick into this review, allow me to start off with the aftermath of the gig, and an important yet short anecdote… It’s a freezing yet miserable night in Tunbridge Wells, and for some unfortunate moshers who somehow went the wrong way back to the train station whilst dressed in shorts and hoodies (and one in cow print trousers), ...

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The Infernal Sea

The Infernal Sea finally bring the ritual home

Having been relatively quiet for a period, local blackened plague, The Infernal Sea announced an extremely rare home town show, bringing an end to a tour with the noise bringers Abigail Williams. Seeing show after show going down well in post gig updates across social platforms from fans, excitement of our local anti-heroes grew and grew as our hazy memories ...

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