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Bloodstock 2020

Bloodstock 2020: Phil H. Anselmo and more added to line-up

2019 seems to be flying by, best thing about that is that the 2020 festival season is getting closer. Best way to get hyped for one of our favourites is by announcing more bands. Oh, wait Bloodstock Open Air have announced four huge names for the Ronnie James Dio stage. More below. This includes legendary metal frontman Phil H. Anselmo ...

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Bloodstock 2020

Skindred, Butcher Babies and more announced for BLOODSTOCK 2020

Many of you are at Bloodstock this weekend watching a whole host of rock and metal talent. Bloodstock does a great job being diverse from the big and small acts, the comedic and the serious, bands that bring confetti cannons and then those that bring ALL THE FIRE! With this years festival still in action, Bloodstock HQ have decided to ...

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Download 2019: The Highlights – Saturday – SlipKnot, Halestorm, Skindred, and more

So here we are the ‘middle’ day of DL19: For some the best day, the show-stealer. Yet, for some, this is a stepping stone to the grand finale. Last night we came for Def Leppard, but the real headliner was Mud (apologies for that awful joke). Tonight, SlipKnot close the festival, yet there’s still a Puddle Of Mudd (again, sorry). ...

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Skindred release their own beer ‘Union Black’ with Box Social ahead of Download 2019

One of the many bands you MUST SEE this weekend at Download Festival is Skindred. Benji Webbe and his rag-tag gang of ragga-punk-metallers have been entertaining crowds for over 20 years now, as well as some amazing tunes coming up, the Newport band have announced they are releasing their own beer ‘Union Black’ in collaboration with Box Social. ‘Union Black’ ...

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Skindred share lyric video for ‘Loud and Clear’ and update on band’s activity

‘Ragga metal’ masters Skindred have shared the lyric video for ‘Loud and Clear’ ahead of their dates with Disturbed and Summer festivals. The track is taken from their top 40 album, Big Tings, and can be viewed below: Skindred sticksman Ayra Goggins had this to say on the band’s status: “We are currently gearing up for a very heavy year of ...

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Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes

Reading Festival 2018 – The Rock Review

Reading now is not the Reading of the past. It’s no secret that rock fans have voiced their disapproval outload throughout the course of the last decade over the festival’s gradual integration into mainstream territory. In 2018, the feeling that rock and heavier acts are being swept to one side is understandable, though to be honest the situation isn’t as ...

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Danko Jones Joins Start The Machine Tour

Renowned for their high energy, full on performances, Canadian rock trio Danko Jones have just been announced as special guests on Skindred’s Start The Machine tour taking place this April. The tour features quite an array of international musical talent, with previously announced guests CKY hailing from Pennsylvania, USA, and Skindred themselves from Newport, Wales – The ragga metal band will ...

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Skindred are on to ‘Big Tings’ with teaser of brand new track ‘Machine’

Newport’s  own ragga rock legends Skindred are proud to announce a first teaser for the track ‘Machine’ ahead of their forthcoming UK ‘Start the Machine Tour’. ‘Machine’ will be the first single from the band’s upcoming album titled Big Tings due out on April 27th 2018 via Napalm Records. The track has already been used as both the intro and ...

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Video Of The Week: As Sirens Fall team up with Benji Webbe on ‘In My Mind’

You might have caught Yorkshire rockers As Sirens Fall live in the past few years – but did you know they have collaborated with Skindred front-man Benji Webbe on their new track ‘In My Mind’? Check out the video for ‘In My Mind’ below: The video depicts a bleak dystopian future where music is outlawed. Vocalist Mikey Lord had this ...

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HRH Awards

Review: The First Annual Hard Rock Hell Awards

Glitz, blitz, glamour and more kilts than an SNP convention, tonight marks the very first Hard Rock Hell Annual Awards ceremony in all its glory. After 10 years of building the HRH empire, this seems to be the next logical step for the monsters of rock. Rubbing shoulders with rock’s finest with fully unrestrained access to industrial levels of alcohol, ...

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