New Jersey's Monster Magnet have today revealed the artwork, name and track listing for their upcoming and 9th studio album. "Last Patrol" will be released on Napalm Records on October 21st and the tracklisting is as follows:
I Live Behind the Clouds
Three King Fishers
As I walked around the corner to the venue, the litter strewn across Brighton’s streets making it look quite post apocolyptic, courtesy of the local binman strike. Inside I was greeted by a mixture of faces, young and old, both looking forward to a night of good old fashioned Thrash Metal.
I made my way upstairs and entered the venue's function room where maybe 30 bodies were already chatting and drinking. The fans mounted on the wall were doing little to reduce rising heat in the room on the hottest day of the year so far.
Crypsis casually took to the stage and...
Finland grind act Feastem kickstart their 5 date UK tour tomorrow at The Red Lion in Bristol on 12th June 2013. The tour with London based grind act Oblivionized is to promote the new Feastem album "Avaritia Humanae" which was released last week on Obscene Productions.
Dates are as follows:
ALL DATES - Feastem and Oblivionized + local support
12th - Bristol...
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Many tours don't make it to Brighton so I normally have to trek up to London rather than across the coast but fortunately Brighton has recently seen a slew of heavier gigs being put on by Advance Promotions. Last Tuesday night played host to Suffocation and Cephalic Carnage along with Havok and Fallujah. Fulltime job commitments and a seriously early door time of 6pm meant I didn't manage to get there until Havok were finishing their set. What I did manage to catch was the last song and a half and witness the vast majority of the venue head banging away to some seriously decent sounding...
Swans took to the stage whilst country music was still blaring out of the PA system. 4 unassuming middle age gentlemen stepped forward and picked up their stringed instruments as 2 younger drummers took their seats hidden behind a wall of kit. Tubular bells, mounted raised floor toms, giant gongs, they had it all. Following a quick tune up they started playing whilst the PA was still going, but it was quickly turned off and "To Be Kind" gave Brighton it's first glimpse of Gira and co. This new song is yet to be put down and released as a studio version, and starts with a minimal feedback loop...