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Static Fires – Interview

UK alt rockers STATIC FIRES drop their debut album, Thirteen, on 10th August. Before then, we can a talk with the guys about their history and background…..   What is the full band line up, who plays what? Our band is made up of Sam Randles – lead vocals, rhythm …

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Ghouls – Interview


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Emerging UK Alt-punk pop crew GHOULS release a stunning new single, Internet Famous, on 8th June. We chatted with the guys about their background and more….. What is the full band line-up, who plays what? Benedict Goold – Vocals & Guitar, Sam Mussell – Bass, Ben Maz – Sax, Russ Spencer – Trombone & …

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Gus G interview – April 2018

You’ve got a new album, Fearless due for release later this month. It’s your first solo album since you left Ozzy isn’t it? I think it’s my first post-Ozzy album. On the album you’ve got Dennis Ward on vocals and bass. You’ve worked with him before as a producer havent …

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CANCEL – Interview

I recently had a chat with CANCEL from Switzerland about their new album ‘Dark Reveries’, their biggest influences, the worst show they’ve ever played and a plethora of other things. Read on below! For those who may not know who you are, introduce yourselves quickly. Yves Bucher (Drums): We are …

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Speaker First – The Ruby Lounge, Manchester: 8th May 2018

If you said Indonesian music to me my first thought would have been the Gamelan, it’s not a country I really associate with rock music. A fortnight ago I had never even heard of the band Speaker First, that was until I got a press release through announcing their debut …

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Speaker First, Interview: 8th May 2018

Speaker First

Louise Swift chatted to Indonesian Rock Band, Speaker First, after their show at The Ruby Lounge, Manchester on 8th May! An introduction to the band, if you’ve not heard of them before find out a bit more here: – You can read our review of the gig here

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Century Thirteen – Interview

We had a chat with Scottish Punk Band, Century Thirteen, who release their new self-titled album on Friday 13th July. The four-piece have also just released a new track, Not My Place – What is the full band line-up, who plays what? We are a four piece band from Glasgow. …

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Download festival – a spotlight on the environment.

Download Festival is a huge event with tens of thousands of people on site for a few days each year. There’s inevitably an environmental impact, but the Download team are looking to minimise this wherever possible. Initiatives such as re-usuable drinking cups introduced last year meant a saving of 500,000 …

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Andy Copping, Download festival interview

Planetmosh recently spoke to Andy Copping about this year’s Download festival. If you had to pick six bands you want to watch at Download this year, who would they be? Right….Lawnmower Deth, because I think they’re going to be a lot of fun. Definitely Guns’n’Roses, Definitely Ozzy, Avenged sevenfold, Greta …

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Tailblock – Interview

  TAILBLOCK release their sophomore EP, Think Or Be, on Friday 13th July, and in anticipation, the tune merchants have just dropped a new track, Heavy Arms – We had the guys down for a chat….. What is the full band line-up, who plays what? Jak Coleman (bass guitar/backing vocals), …

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Leaves’ Eyes – The Dome, London – 28th April 2018

Almanac were up first. They’re slightly unusual in that while having one male vocalist and one female vocalist isn’t that strange these days, the way they work is. Rather than having separate vocal parts, with the male vocals doing one part and female vocals another part, for most of the …

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Interview – Introducing Kinjiru

Recently, I had a quick word with Roger B, formerly of Demons of Old Metal and now the force behind one-man project Kinjiru about his debut solo EP [forbidden], who he’d love to open for on tour and why self-producing a record maybe isn’t all that’s it’s cracked up to …

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Interview – The Night Suns

In the last couple of weeks I spoke to the frontman of dark rockers The Night Suns Radu Constantin about the band’s new EP ‘Human’, the themes surrounding their latest video for the title track and how the rest of the year is looking for them. For those who may …

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Interview – Introducing Pennan Brae

I had a chat with Pennan Brae recently about his recent soundtrack work for ‘The Astronot’, why it’s got that title and the story behind it… For those who may not know who you are, introduce yourselves quickly. My name is Pennan Brae & I’m a singer-songwriter in Vancouver, Canada. …

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Beth Hart – Corn Exchange, Cambridge – 24th April 2018

Support on Beth hart’s current tour comes from The Kris Barras band. I’ve seen Kris Barras and his band play an electric set before, but tonight is my first time seeing them do an acoustic set (it’s also the first time they’ve done a tour playing acoustic sets). The venue …

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Wayward Sons, Sheffield Academy 20th April 2018

On a  rare hot evening in April, what do you do? Yup, head off to a packed venue and check out the hype that is ‘Wayward Sons’  with  their debut album Ghosts of yet to come! Now, normally you’d expect another rock band to warm up the crowd before the …

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Ryan Roxie interview – London, April 2018

I spoke to Alice Cooper guitarist Ryan Roxie during his visit to London earlier this month to discuss his new solo album as well as working with Alice Cooper. You’re about to release your first solo album (under your name rather than band). You’ve been playing on albums for over …

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Primordial – Islington Assembly Hall, London – 16th April 2018

When a tour contains two of the biggest band names in the metal scene, you know it’s going to be good. Primordial and Moonsorrow teamed up for the Heathens Crusade tour around Europe, and along with German new-borns Der Weg Einer Freiheit, visited the oddly sunny London on a Monday …

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