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Rose Tattoo – Tatts Live In Brunswick 1982

Now this is how you make a live album! No overdubs, just a furious run through of your finest songs that sound like you are at the gig. Rose Tattoo, one of Australia’s finest exports, formed in Melbourne, Sydney in 1976 are still blazing away with tour dates penned for …

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Social media and sexual harassment.

 Social media and sexual harassment Written by Natalie Conway Today, something happened to me on Facebook that is a far too common an occurrence for women on social media. Being a music publicist, having unsolicited messages sent to me is quite a common thing. I don’t mind at all and …

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Joe Bonamassa – Royal Albert Hall, London – 20th April 2017

Tonight’s show had an early start – 7.30pm.  With most gigs the support band would be on stage then or maybe even later, but Joe Bonamassa plays with no support and with an early start.  It’s something that catches out the unwary, but tonight the seats are all full before …

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Ian Gillan – Interview – January 2017

It’s weird meeting your heroes. How do I conduct a professional interview without becoming a drooling, idiotic sycophant? The fact that I’d previously interviewed Ian and knew him to be completely charming and willing to even put up with rookie interviewers asking him about the origins of “Smoke on the …

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Video premiere – Black Sites single, Monochrome

Chicago based metallers BLACK SITES will be releasing their debut album In Monochrome on 17th February 2017 on Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group (Black Label Society, Black Stone Cherry, Monster Truck, Big Jesus, Vola, Counting Days, Stoneghost).  Ahead of that release Planetmosh are pleased to be able to bring you the premiere of their single Monochrome. Singer/Guitarist Mark Sugar …

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Glenn Hughes – Resonate

Glenn Hughes’ latest offering, Resonate, should come with some kind of health warning. Loud, proud and indisputably ballsy, this is an album that demands to be played with the volume switch cranked so far over to the right the woofers in your amps will complain. From the very instant the …

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Sari Schorr – Interview with PlanetMosh, August 2016

There’s an old adage: Reap What You Sow and if putting in the hours, being unafraid to take risks and sticking your neck out to get noticed is what it takes to get to where you want to be, then blues rock sensation Sari Schorr is in line to harvest …

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Ten Ton Slug première ‘Unit’ on PlanetMosh ahead of Bloodstock Festival show

Ever since the beast that is Ten Ton Slug was crowned the M2TM winner for 2016 in Dublin, it has been hatching plans for domination of the Bloodstock Festival at Catton Hall park this weekend. PlanetMosh is proud to unveil the first track from their upcoming ‘Brutal Gluttonous Beast’ EP. …

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The A – Z guide to Bloodstock

As the clock ticks and the countdown to Bloodstock Open Air 2016 begins in earnest, PlanetMosh sat down and debated everything that comes together to make BOA the best metal festival in the UK. Allow us to present our alphabetised guide to the festival. The A-Z guide to Bloodstock. A …

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Twisted Sister’s last ever UK show at Bloodstock – The Ultimate Setlist

The clock is ticking. It’s the final countdown to the biggest gig of the year. Twisted Sister will play their final UK show on the hallowed turf of Catton Hall at this year’s Bloodstock Open Air Festival. With a powerful plethora of pulsating anthems in their arsenal, how the hell …

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PlanetMosh premiere: Celestial Son – Video premiere for ‘Open Wound’

Danish alt rock outfit ‘Celestial Son’ have arrived with the release of their blistering new video single for ‘Open Wound’,  directed by Lasse Hoiletaken and taken from their current long play album ‘Saturn’s Return’.  Originally formed in 2003 under the guise of Drone, the band morphed into Celestial Son last …

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PlanetMosh premiere: Staring Out The Sun – Where Are We video

Staring Out The Sun are delighted to unveil the first single from their upcoming debut album ‘Dawn.’  ‘Where Are We‘ marks a new chapter in the band’s life, so it’s apt that the brand new video deals with how we can all feel trapped in our own lives. Staring Out …

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AC/DC’s Brian Johnson and the art of being the new boy for 36 years

It feels like every one last (The) Jack of us, the public, has been subjected to the ongoing media frenzy surrounding the confirmation of the much rumoured appointment of a certain Mr Rose to the ranks of AC/DC, to fulfil the remaining dates of the Rock Or Bust world tour. …

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Record Store Day – The vinyl chance for your local retailer?

Reports are coming in that in the last week, local independent record stores have experienced a surge in footfall through their doors. This surge has been followed by a slew of tumbleweed in the subsequent days. Further investigation revealed that the phenomenon known as Record Store Day took place last …

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The Wilson Playlist of Fuckery – An All Out Guide To Rockin’ Your Noggin

Those guys in Wilson have been tearing up venues across the globe since the release of their debut album ‘Full Blast Fuckery‘ back in 2014. They’ve just returned to Detroit after a hellraising tour of the UK (read our Glasgow review here) supporting their latest release ‘Right To Rise‘ and …

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Yearn to Burn: Shred Guitar Insanity – PlanetMosh Playlist Series

Yearn to Burn: Shred Guitar Insanity What is shred, anyway? It’s a stringed instrument (primarily guitar) playing style that evolved naturally, morphing into it’s own niche. Fast, ostentatious, virtuoso playing, using a variety of techniques, was not invented in the 1980s nor by Eddie Van Halen. That decade and that particular …

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Tuska Open Air 2016 – The PlanetMosh ‘Pain’list – Listen now on Spotify

With Tuska Open Air Metal Festival almost 3 months away, we decided to put together a PlanetMosh Playlist of all the acts confirmed to play at Suvilahti on the first weekend in July. We’ve included a few songs from each of the headliners, Avantasia, Ghost and Children Of Bodom as …

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Hammerfest Versus HRH AOR/Sleaze – The PlanetMosh Playlist Battle 2016

It’s almost the most wonderful time of the year. That time when the hordes descend onto North Wales for the annual Hard Rock Hell United Festival in Hafan Y Môr Holiday Park, Pwllheli. Featuring the Hammerfest and HRH AOR/Sleaze events, 2016’s installment is set to be one of the best …

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