Yes we've been a bit slack with news recently but CHECK THIS - The first ever Temples Festival being organised by the awesome tour promoter Francis C Mace has been announced as.....NEUROSIS!!!!!!! HELL YEAH!!!!! So this is the first edition of this festival but anyone that knows of Francis and his promotions company knows he puts on a lot of killer bands in Bristol and around the country. Here's all the official stuff:
"NEUROSIS will headline Saturday May 3rd (2014), marking their long-awaited debut Bristol appearance within the...
OK enough already Damnation!! As if the line up wasn't already pretty darn tasty the fesitval have just announced 6 new bands in the form of melodic doom act Katatonia, Gorgoroth's re-incarnation in the form of God Seed, Year Of No Light, Shining and Mourning Beloveth.
Katatonia will be playing 'Viva Emptiness' in it's entirety, Anders Nystrom, said: "Since it looks like November will bring us Damnation, we're absolutely certain there'll be some Swedish export of atmospheric dark metal coming your way with it! We couldn't be more psyched to celebrate our 'Viva Emptiness' album anniversary at a festival we never got to play before. So Leeds, join us and be damned!".
In an interesting turn of events due to a...
Prague is a city unlike many others. A remnant of pre-WWII Europe and thus an architectural goldmine of medieval and renaissance splendour, rich in religious symbolism and pertaining to a history of alchemy and spiritual experimentation. From it’s famous Charles Bridge through to the astronomical clock of Old Town Square, the castle and it’s great St. Vitus cathedral, the city, one of ghosts and folklore, proves after considering it’s cheap ale prices and abundance of archaic drinking holes something of a perfect host for a festival such as Prague Death Mass, returning once again in 2013 for it’s second installation.
What instantly strikes the attendee when considering the line-up of...
If you haven't already spotted it all over the metal forums the Metal Hammer "Defenders of the Faith" tour has been announced today. Hot off their Download Festival appearance Amon Amarth will be playing 5 dates across the UK. Super happy that Carcass have been announced for support, as if 3 days in a row at the Underworld and a headline slot coming up at this year's Damnation Festival wasn't enough (you can never have too much Carcass)! Also supporting will be Glasgow based deathcore outfit Bleed From Within. The new Amon Amarth album Deceiver Of The Gods is due out on June 25th and can be pre-ordered from Metal Blade here. The tour has the following dates with tickets on sale soon...
Hello Mud, it's me again, in my misfitting Wellington Boots!!
No Megadeth aren't playing this year, but we are heading off to Donington to catch the likes other M's by way of (Iron) Maiden, Motorhead, and Mastodon, plus many more. You can check out more info on the festival at the official site here.
From previous years we know...