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Desertfest 2014 day splits

The organisers behind Desertfest have today announced the splits for each of the days (see poster).  If you didn't catch the news recently Kvelertak were announced as the second headliner, and as previously announced the reformed Spirit Caravan will be headlining the Friday.  The Sunday headliner will be announced shortly.  They join the likes of Elder, Blue Pills, Master Musicians of Bukkake, Dragged Into Sunlight, Kongh, Sourvein, Barracho and many more. Desertfest takes place between the 25th and...

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Dragged into sunlight uk tour may 2013

Prosthetic Records' Dragged Into Sunlight have announced 5 UK dates for May 2013.  Special guest support on all mainland dates comes from Ashford's Bossk.


The dates are as follows:

24th May - The Pint, Dublin - support TBC

25th May - Birthdays, London - with Bossk, Dead Existence, and Astrohenge

26th May - Alter Ego, Macnhester - with Bossk and Iron Witch

27th May - Audio Glasgow - with Bossk and local support TBC

28th May - The Library, Leeds - with Bossk and Bong Cauldron

Links to tickets for the London event page here, along with...

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Top 10 Metal albums of 2012

Rich is normally behind the lens for metalgigs covering gigs "oop North" and you can check out his photography work here.

2012 Top 10 albums by Rich Price

10) Lazarus Blackstar - Hymns for the Cursed

Glad to see these releasing a new album, not many come close to being as slow and bowel evacuatingly heavy as these lot. Now if only they'd play gigs outside of Bradford I'd be a happy man. 

9) Anaal Nathrakh - Vanitas

It's Anaal Nathrakh doing what they do best, another one to get...

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Dragged Into Sunlight Widowmaker review Prosthetic records

Dragged into Sunlight’s brand of misanthropy spreads forth from Liverpool like some dark disease, utterly terrifying and yet dangerously infectious. Widowmaker is Dragged into Sunlight’s first full release since 2009’s incredible Hatred for mankind: Although the band are keen to point out it isn’t a direct successor. 

Indeed It's difficult to relate Widowmaker with the raging slab of misanthropy that was Hatred for Mankind. It's difficult because as soul destroying and intense as HFM was, Widowmaker just towers above it. It's utterly mesmerising, captivating and like nothing else I remember hearing, a master class in suspense, tension that would have Hitchcock applauding and asking them how they managed to do that. 

If Satan himself made music, he’d struggle to create something as truly terrifying as Widowmaker. It really isn't for the faint hearted, I'll be surprised if it doesn't come

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Grand Magus Damnation festival 2011 review metal gigs gig listings


Damnation Festival - Saturday, 5th November 2011.

Leeds University

By Gary Lukes

Photos by Antony Roberts

When vocalist Som was unable to make her plane from the Netherlands, death metal miscreants Cerebral Bore were faced with two of the most primeval reactions known to man; fight or flight. Like true Glaswegians, they chose the former.

Unable to shift their set to a later slot, the ‘Bore opted instead to play a short instrumental set, offering their apologies and bounding straight into the brutality of “The Bald Cadaver”. Credit where credit’s due; lesser bands would have taken the easy route and pulled out of the event. But Cerebral Bore have rightly earned their status as one of the hardest working bands in the underground today, managing to incite a bigger pit than most bands could muster all day.

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