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Valorent / St. Hellfire / Thieves Of Ennui / Matty James – Hagues Bar, Lisburn – 25/02/2016

You know what they say, home is where the heart is; or in this case, home is where the music is. For me it has been a couple of years since I last entered the chess floorboard Hagues Bar situated in the centre of my home of Lisburn, Northern Ireland. …

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Biffy Clyro – Opposites

It seems that world-domination wasn’t quite enough for Biffy Clyro. Following the mainstream success of Only Revolutions a few years ago, plus their already-popular Puzzle album, the band has recently seen their success go from strength to strength in a very short space of time, and before they knew it, Biffy Clyro …

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Coheed and Cambria – The Afterman: Descension

  Progressive rock supergroup Coheed and Cambria released the first part of their epic double-album attempt last year with, imaginatively titled, The Afterman:Ascension, and it was well received to critical acclaim. Now, after what seems like no time at all, they’re back with the second half, the predictably-named The Afterman: …

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Coheed and Cambria – The Afterman: Ascension

Progressive rock masters Coheed and Cambria should add the word “consistency” into their name somewhere. Coheed, Cambria and Consistency. All right, fine, so it doesn’t quite have the same ring to it, but it does accurately describe the band’s illustrious career so far, as they’ve managed to constantly spew out …

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Evershine – Renewal

Pop-metal seems to be the new thing, these days. Softer metal bands that are meant to appeal to a wider audience are becoming ever more common, (The City Divided, Dead By April). Therefore, the fact that Italian metal masters Evershine are grasping this genre with both hands, and grasping it …

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Lone Wolf – The Swan of Meander

It’s a sensual, euphoric and mystical sounding song. It’s very well written, and it somehow manages to get going and get into the swing of the song without the listener ever actually noticing that it’s happened. It’s a really soft yet uplifting song, and with a title like The Swan …

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The City Divided – The Endless Moment

Unsigned pop-rock quartet The City Divided, hailing from the county of Hertfordshire, last month released their début EP The Endless Moment under their own steam. Hertfordshire is a county that is rapidly becoming famous for producing rock bands, the most prominent being Enter Shikari, and then also The Subways and …

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Robin – Rival Sons – 05.04.2012

After a whirlwind sold-out UK tour with Black Stone Cherry, Rival Sons are charging full-steam ahead into the spotlight, gaining many fans all over the globe. I recently requested an email interview with Robin, the band’s bassist, and he graciously accepted; and this is what we he had to say. Sammu – …

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Gareth Nugent and Mako from the Gentlemen Of Distorted Sound Interviewed At Hard Rock Hell (2/12/11)

This is Lee Walker from www.PlanetMosh.com conducting an interview with the Gareth Nugent and Mako from the Gentlemen of  Distorted Sound LW – It doesn’t seem that long ago you were playing Highway to Hell taking part in a battle of the bands competition with another 24 bands to win …

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C. Edward Alexander and David Bryan from Imperial Vengeance Email Interview

This is Lee Walker from www.PlanetMosh.com conducting an email interview with C. Edward Alexander and David Bryan from the band Imperial Vengeance. LW – For those people who are just now discovering Imperial Vengeance as a result of this album could you talk me though how Imperial Vengeance came about …

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Nick Marsh, Shadows Lie Within – Aug 2011

When did Shadows Lie Within begin & what made you choose the name? We began in 2009 when we met at college in 2009, but we were originally called Dead on Impact. We changed it as an American band had already taken the name. We basically started out as we …

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Bedlam speaks to Combichrist’s Andy LaPlegua

DAVE BEDLAM: First of all Andy thank you for taking the time to speak toPlanetmosh, my first question may seem a little strange but I’d like to know what the genre term “Aggrotech” means to you? ANDY LAPLEGUA:  Absolutely nothing. DAVE BEDLAM: Nothing? ANDY LAPLEGUA: it means absolutely nothing to …

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