Category: Featured Gigs
The second Deathcrusher tour 2015 UK date featuring Carcass, Obituary, Voivoid and Herod has been announced and it's at Barrowlands in Glasgow on 24th October 2015. The day entitled Lords of the Land Festival 2015 will afeature the Deathcrusher tour as it's own stage at the Barrowlands Ballroom taking place between 5-11pm (14+ show). As well as this there will an early show at Audio from 12-4 (bands to be ann
The Primitive Man/Sea Bastard 2015 UK tour starts tomorrow with a free show at the Unicorn Pub in Camden, London.
Dates are as follows:
30th March 2015 Unicorn, London (with Art of Burning Water and Torpor) FREE ENTRY
31st March 2015 Zanzibar, Liverpool (with Sloth Hammer and Deathtrip)
1st April 2015 Roadhouse, Manchester (with Trudger)
2nd April 2015...
The first 2 dates of the Therapy? UK tour have been postponed due to band illness. The band were due to play Bristol last night, and Guildhall, Gloucester tonight but the dates have now been postponed to May.
May 8th – Gloucester Guild Hall, Gloucester
May 9th – The Marble Factory, Bristol
All tickets for...
In less than 2 weeks on 19th March 2015 the Boston Arms Music Room will play host to the Ranger album launch show for "Where Evil Dwells", their debut full length for Spinefarm Records. Having recently been voted among the most interesting new generation metal bands in Finland they've been honing their take on old school heavy/speed metal since 2009 releasing demos and EPs to critical acclaim in the underground.
We've already heard the new album (which comes out on March 16th) and...
GOBLIN TO PERFORM LIVE SOUNDTRACK TO PROFONDO ROSSO Ask any movie fan with a sweet spot towards horror films to name a Dario Argento film and 9 times out of 10 you'll undoubtedly hear Dawn of the Dead or Suspiria as the answer. But then take a look at the overall ratings on Rotten Tomatoes and you'll find another film by Argento scoring a huge 95% rating - the same as both Dawn of the Dead and Suspiria. This is the criminally overlooked Profundo Rosso (Deep Red), his masterpiece slasher from 1975. It's critics consensus is "The kinetic camerawork and brutal over-the-top gore that made Dario Argento famous is on full display, but the addition of a compelling, complex story makes Deep Red a masterpiece". Yeah that's right a masterpiece, and you've seen it yeah? No? Then read on...