Sheila

Former Editor, Team Co-ordinator as well as PR, news poster, pass requester, Ex-Scottish Team Leader for PM since 2011 \m/ \m/ Also owner of the infamous Garfield L'arpie, who is a official mascot of RACPA UK. Check out RACPA UK (Rock Against Child Pornography and Abuse UK) http://www.racpauk.org/

Bekon interview at Les-Fest 29/6/12

I caught up with the guys from Bekon also Tam Johnston from Rock For Funds and a few of Bekon’s fans late on the first night of Les Fest, Scotland’s first dedicated Rock and Metal Festival! We discuss the band and also get their thoughts on the festival itself as …

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Death Angel, Ivory Blacks, Glasgow 27/6/12

It’s been 25 years since the release of The Ultra-Violence by Death Angel so I was looking forward to tonight’s gig where the guys were playing their first album in its entirety as well as few other tracks. First band on was Thrashist Regime, who was starting to whip the …

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Kyrbgrinder and Dave Ritchie invasion interview at Les-Fest 2012

At around 2.30am in the morning after they had finished their set I catch up with the guys from Kyrbgrinder and Dave Ritchie, Les-Fest organiser for a quick interview. With with some quick thinking and some cunning planning along with Fede, we manage to get the majority of people/bands who …

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Ted Aguilar of Death Angel interview, Glasgow 27/6/12

I had the pleasure of catching up with Ted Aguilar guitarist from Death Angel outside Ivory Blacks in Glasgow before they took to the stage. We discussed Death Angel’s past, The Ultra-violence reaching it’s 25th anniversary  about their recent tours and festivals, their plans and about writing tracks for their …

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Gun – Break the Silence CD

Scottish rockers Gun are back with their new album ‘Break the Silence’. This is their first full length release in 14 years! ‘Break the Silence’ was recorded in Wales at Rockfield Studios and produced by Dave Eringa, who has worked with bands like The Manic Street Preachers and Ocean Colour …

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Les Fest 2012 – Pre Festival Interview with 7 of the bands!!

Les Fest is Scotland’s newest Rock & Metal Festival which is held on the 29th and 30th June 2012 at Valley International Park, Lanarakshire. I had seven willing victims erm, I mean bands for a pre festival interview. The bands that took part are Bekon, Colours To Shame, Dana O’Hara, …

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Nachtblut – Dogma CD

Nachtblut are prepared to conquer the dark scene with their second album. “Dogma” which was release 25th May through Napalm Records. The title track ‘Dogma’ starts off the album in great style. It has a superb heavy groove filled will drum beats, bass lines and riffs along with some evil …

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Spineshank – Anger Denial Acceptance CD

Anger Denial Acceptance is Spineshank’s fourth full length and first one in almost a decade, where has the time gone! The album was released in Europe on the 18th June via Century Media Records. ‘After the End’ starts off with a huge scream and continues on in an angst driven …

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7 Horns 7 Eyes – Throes Of Absolution

Seattle’s progressive death metallers, 7 HORNS 7 EYES, released their first full-length album, ‘Throes Of Absolution’, throughout Europe on 23rd April this year via Basick Records. ‘Divine Amnesty’ gets us off to a slow, very melodic start before we get greeted by a small barrage of riffs, drums and screams that continues …

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Candlemass – Psalms for the Dead

“Psalms for the Dead” is the Swedish doom metal legend’s swansong, their 11th album is said to be their final one. They are not meant to be splitting up just concentrating on playing live.  “Psalms for the Dead” is released on the 8th June in Europe via Napalm Records The …

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Stuka Squadron set to invade: Scotland on red alert!

PM HQ update – we have intercepted and deciphered a new message. We can advise that The Stuka Squadron has a new mission. They plan to head over the border to launch an assault on Glasgow eta 23rd May, before preparing to lay siege down the West Coast and into …

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General Surgery – A Collection of Depravation

Legendary Swedish goregrind outfit General Surgery have recently re-signed to Relapse Records and their first offering is this compilation featuring a uber 30 tracks titled ‘A Collection Of Depravation’ which was released on the 27 March 2012 ‘A Collection Of Depravation’ a collection that assembles nearly two decade’s worth of …

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Spawn Of Possession – Incurso

Spawn Of Possession’s third album ‘Incurso’, their Relapse debut as well as first new record in over five years has a lot to prove. It was released on 13th March 2012 via Relapse Records. ‘Incurso’ starts off to the sounds of ‘Abodement’ and short sweet instrumental opener that lead us straight …

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Dyscarnate – And So It Came To Pass

The Sussex three-piece death metal band Dyscarnate released their highly anticipated sophomore album ‘And So It Came To Pass’ on 27 February 2012 via Siege Of Amida Records.  If ‘Enduring The Massacre’ announced their arrival as a fresh force to be reckoned with on the international death metal scene, then …

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Line Of Fire – Hear Me Scream EP

Hear Me Scream is a 4 track EP from Line Of Fire who are a Nottingham based band.. The band was formed by Paddy along with Rod and Dave from Head Hung Low, which had disbanded. The three of them jammed for a few years and finally completing the line …

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Blaze Bayley, Ivory Blacks, Glasgow 8/5/12

I was looking forward to tonight’s gig at Ivory Blacks as I’ve not seen Mair play in ages and I was definitely looking forward to hearing some of the new tracks played live from Blaze’s latest album ‘The King Of  Metal’ that was released in March this year. When I …

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Rock For Funds Review, Ivory Blacks, Glasgow 6/5/12

Sunday afternoon on the May bank holiday seen me heading through to Ivory Blacks in Glasgow for the second day of Rock For Funds. Tonight’s bill was called the ‘Rock Extravaganza’ a mixture of cover/tribute bands along with local bands and headliners Kyrbgrinder who hail from London I had been …

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