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What is your favourite Metallica album? – PlanetMosh Poll

With the release of Hardwired… to Self-Destruct due on November 18th this year, PlanetMosh is asking our readers to pick their favourite Metallica studio album. What do you think will top the list? Puppets? Ride? Will St. Anger or Lulu even get a vote?  Here’s your chance. (you can select …

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Swedish Death Metal – The PlanetMosh Playlist

Like most music subgenres, Swedish death metal is fairly homogenous. It’s one of the finest kinds of intragroup similarity though: adequate musicianship, fueled by supremely aggressive guitar tones bolstered by the rest of the band, not overpowered by it. This list is meant to bring that sound in your ears. …

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Rockwich Festival – Lostock Club,Northwich, 28/08/2016

Another year and another fantastic Rockwich Festival. For a measly £15 we got fifteen bands kicking out the jams from midday till midnight. As AC/DC once sang, “Aye aye oh, shake your foundations” which is what opening band Red Spektor certainly did. The Stoke based power trio hit their time …

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Isarnos Interview at Bloodstock Open Air 2016

The Isarnos (with an n) gang from London took some time to chat to us in the Media Tent of Bloodstock about their set, folk metal, the recording for their new release and the instrument that started it all for them, the bagpipes…

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Chronicles Interview at Bloodstock Open Air 2016

The lovely Leigh and Tom from Chronicles spoke to PlanetMosh in the Media Tent during Bloodstock and spoke about how they felt being asked to come back to play Bloodstock, the new EP, the diverse range of musical influences in the band and how comic books have inspired them #streetmafiageekmetal

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Akercocke Interview at Bloodstock Open Air 2016

The lovely Jason and David from Akercocke took some time at Bloodstock to chat to us about their set, the wonderful buzz around the festival with them being back, future shows outside the UK and Jason’s cycling fundraiser with Heavy Metal Truants for Nordoff Robbins.

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I Saw the World Burn Interview at Bloodstock Open Air 2016

The wonderfully funny (and slightly crazy) Katie, Don, Ian and Graeme from I Saw the World Burn joined Aisha of PlanetMosh for a quick chat at Bloodstock 2016 with the idea that we would talk about music, which we did! We found out how they were feeling before their set, their writing …

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Derange – “We’re a metal band, not a female fronted band” – Bloodstock interview

Cat Pereira and Nick Crosby from Derange chatted with PlanetMosh’s Miley Stevens backstage at this year’s Bloodstock Festival. They discussed their plans for after Bloodstock and the challenges of having a female singer in a male dominated community. Watch the video below:    

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Femme Metal Event III – Playlist

Returning for its third edition this year is Femme Metal Event; a festival which celebrates female musicians in rock and metal. I was blown away by this festival last year, the atmosphere and quality of bands was incredible! To get you all ready for this year’s event taking place September 23rd-25th …

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Queensrÿche, The Robin 2, Bilston, Wolverhampton. August 26, 2016

Queensrÿche are a band with history. Since launching their brand of symphonic metal in 1983 with their self-titled EP, over a dozen studio albums have followed along with scores of gold and platinum records to their names as well as much publicised line-up changes. So, with so much water under …

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Words That Burn – Interview, August 2016

Irish metal outfit Words That Burn have just released their full length debut ‘Regret Is For The Dead’ and PlanetMosh caught up with lead singer Roni MacRuairi ahead of their European tour with Atropas. Hey Roni, thanks for taking the time to answer our questions. Words That Burn is an interesting …

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