Tagged: London

Deathcrusher tour 2015

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


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Ranger album launch show

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...


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Pallbearer London 2015

Pallbearer have announced a few club dates to follow their return to the UK for their appearance on 31st May 2015 at this year's Temples Festival.  The Arkansas based doom act will play the Sunday at Temples Festival which is being headlined by Earth along with the likes of Monarch, Voivod, Goatwhore and many more. Following their appearance at Temples they play the following headline club shows:

1st June 2015 - Broadcast, Glasgow

2nd June 2015...


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Enslaved Grand Magus UK tour 2015

Enslaved and Grand Magus have announced a co-headline tour for September 2015 with 6 dates announced.

Dates are as follows:


23rd Sept 2015 Marble Factory, Bristol TICKETS - 

24th Sept 2015 2 Islington Academy, London TICKETS

25th Sept 2015 Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton TICKETS

26th Sept 2015...


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Cannibal Corpse HMV Forum London review metalgigs gig listings

Like many a gig reviewer before me, I fell prey to the vagaries of Friday night traffic and only arrived halfway through Revocations set, thereby missing Aeon entirely, for which I can only apologise. Upon arrival Revocation were in full flow and full control. Prior to the gig, I had felt pretty sure that Revocation would struggle in the face of Cannibal Corpse's rabid audience but I was totally mistaken. The huge pit was threshing wildly and the roars of appreciation even from the very back of the venue, where I was initially stood, were full and meaty. The likes of 'Madness Opus' and 'No Funeral' which closed the set were lapped up by...


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