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Download 2018 – Sunday

Starcrawler kicked the proceedings on second stage at Downoad off with a set where the attention was clearly focussed on their painfully thin singer Arrow de Wilde. I suspect it’s mainly an act as she staggers around and generally comes across like she’s off her head on drugs. She chokes …

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Guns’n’Roses announced as final Download 2018 headliner

Download Festival has today announced its final headliner as the legendary Guns N’ Roses, alongside the previously announced Ozzy Osbourne, and Avenged Sevenfold. The three day festival takes place 8 – 10 June 2018 at the spiritual home of rock in Donington Park, Leicestershire. Tickets are on sale now at …

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Ozzy Osbourne announced as first Download 2018 headliner

#DL2018 8-10 JUNE 2018   Download Festival, the world’s premier rock and metal event, has announced musical icon Ozzy Osbourne as the first of its three heavyweight headliners. The three-day festival takes place 8 – 10 June 2018 at the spiritual home of rock in Donington Park, Leicestershire. Tickets available …

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Michael Sweet (Stryper) Interview – November 2015

Following the release of Stryper’s latest album “Fallen,” Marc from Planetmosh caught up with frontman Michael Sweet to talk about the album and it’s influences. Other subjects such as the Sweet & Lynch project and Michael’s up and coming solo album were discussed as well. Please note, forgive some of …

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Gunzo – Club Academy, Manchester: 13th September 2015

As the nights start drawing in and evenings are getting dark earlier we head into a busy season for gig goers. The thirteenth, unlucky for some and what would otherwise, have been a quiet Sunday night in September, brought Gunzo to Club Academy in Manchester. Gunzo, not to be confused …

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Devil City Angels – ‘Devil City Angels’

Supergroups.  One of the most despised words in music journalism.  But, they are a phenomenon which come together for multiple reasons.  Some of them come down to financial considerations – a bunch of down on their luck musos pooling their combined, and often dubious talents, in order to pull together …

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Immortal Randy Rhoads – The Ultimate Tribute

It is hard to believe that it is 33 years since I heard the news of Randy Rhoads’ death in a tragic plane crash on Friday, March 19th 1982 on Tommy Vance’s Friday Rock Show on B.B.C Radio 1. I never got to see him play as even though I …

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Gus G – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham – 20/02/2015

Arriving shortly before the doors open on this cold Friday night, there were already a handful of folks waiting outside in the patio area beside the Nottingham Rescue Rooms main entrance. As the door time came and went, accompanied by the rumblings of a sound-check from deep within the venue, …

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Win a bundle of goodies for the upcoming Gus G tour

Planetmosh are pleased to offer you the chance to win a bundle of goodies for the Gus G upcoming tour. ***UK tour dates only*** The prize bundle contains a signed CD, a T Shirt and a pair of tickets to a show of the winners choice. So to enter and …

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Gus G interview – February 2014

Guitarist Gus G is set to release his first ever solo album (I am the fire) in a few weeks time.  I spoke to him recently in London to talk about the album, how it differed from a Firewind album, the guests he’s worked with on the album, his plans …

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Black Sabbath – Odyssey Arena, Belfast – 12 December 2013

Black Sabbath – Odyssey Arena, Belfast – 12 December 2013

Forty-five years.  Forty-five fucking years.  Not only is that the length of time since Black Sabbath first unleashed their pioneering brand of heavy metal on a deeply unsuspecting world, and changed its musical landscape forever, but it also how long it has taken the genre’s founding fathers to appear on …

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Firewind – Apotheosis Live 2012.

June 24th 2013 was a very important day for the Greek melodic power metal band Firewind as their earthshaking live album Apotheosis was released via Century Media Records. It contains 17 songs (19 on the digital format) taken from their 7 studio albums to celebrate their 10th anniversary. Apotheosis was …

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Rough Cut – Rollin’ Thunder EP

Back in the early to mid-1980s, a band called Rough Cutt had everything that it could possibly to take to become the then “next big thing” – big hair, big tunes, a big record deal (with Warner Brothers) and big management (in the shape of one Wendy Dio).  However, despite …

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Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats – Blood Lust

Amidst the streams of asinine tripe we’ve been subjected to from heavy music in the past few years, it’s something to be thankful for that occult rock is enjoying something of a resurgence these days. Despite not having a strict “sound” so to speak, it’s always a pleasure when a …

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