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Chicago's finest High Spirits have announced a strings of dates for the UK/Ireland in February/March 2017. Dubbed as the Motivatour part 2 this will be the second string of live dates following their announcement of US dates last month. The tour is to promote "Motivator" their 3rd full length release which is due out on High Roller Records September 16th and can be pre-ordered here. High Spirits gets played A LOT in the metalgigs office so to say we are excited would be a little understated. Be sure to catch them on the tour, raise your fists FULL POWER!!!!!!!!!!!
Dates are as follows...
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...
Industrial metal badasses Godflesh have announced the release of the latest EP 'Decline and Fall' which marks the first new material from JB and GCB in 13 years. The four song EP will be released in Europe on 2nd June through Broadrick's label Avalanche. The first track to be aired is "Ringer" which you can check out below. Godflesh have 5 dates coming up in June:
Mon 2 June- SWG3, Glasgow w/ Loop
Tue 3 June - Cockpit, Leeds w/ Loop...
Pennsylvania death metal legends Incantation have announced 3 UK dates coming up prior to their appearance at Hellfest this summer. The dates are as follows:
18th June 2014 - Glasgow Audio (support TBA)
19th June 2014 - Liverpool Kazimier (support...
If, after the intro of building feedback leading into a swinging butchers block of a riff, echo-drenched vocals and huge, cavernous drums you are not transported directly back to the (wholly imagined on my part) mean streets of 1988 New York teeming with the likes of Leeway, The Cro-Mags and Thrash Metal period Agnostic Front, then I don't know WHAT to think.
Throw in the relentless intensity of 'Beneath the Remains' Sepultura, the 'careering wildly out of control' feel of 'Eternal Nightmare' and the total headbang/neckbreak of 'Taking Over' and you've got yourself a hell of an album, what i think of as crossover much more than the party thrash of Municipal Waste or Toxic Holocaust...