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Headbangers Balls – Manchester Club Academy, 03/08/2013

Gig reviews for Planetmosh are posted in a section called Event Reviews and the Headbangers Balls gig is worthy of being called an event and not just a gig due to the reasons behind it. The tour consists of 12 UK dates on weekends between July 12th to August 17th …

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Metal Gods Festival, Mansfield, 25 & 26th May 2013

Metal Gods Festival 2013 will take place at The Intake Club, Mansfield , Notts on  25th & 26th May 2013 Two stages loads of bands and great community, a really fun and enjoyable event! SATURDAY Dean Guitars Stage: Beholder Bull Riff Stampede Derision Line Of Fire I.C.O.N Incinery Death Valley …

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LES-FEST 2 – Back To The Valley, 28th – 30th June 2013

Les-Fest is Scotland’s Award Winning* Rock & Metal Festival and is held in June at Valley International Park, Lanarakshire. The event takes place close to the village of Lesmahagow, on Friday the 28th until Sunday the 30th June 2013 and will see over 60 bands perform within the Valley International Park, …

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Derision Bloodstock Interview 2012.

Derision are a local band to Bolton and Wigan, up north UK area. A four piece, Tony on vocals, Eddie on guitar, John on drums and Seddy on Bass. We catch up with guitarist Eddie who give us a fantastic insight on the band that is starting to appear in the …

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Bloodstock Open Air – 9th to 12th August 2012

It’s nearly time again for one of the UK favourite festivals Bloodstock Open Air. Bloodstock takes place on the 9th to 12th August 2012 at Catton Hall, Walton on Trent, Derbyshire, DE12 8LN With a spectacular line up which covers most genres of metal, what are you waiting for! Buy …

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Derision – Ancient.

  Clocking in at just under 50mins,the debut cd from Bolton/Wigan based thrashers Derision pulls no punches from the mauling riffs of opener Pain Of Conviction to the lightspeed buzzsaw riffs of closing track Final Solution.Quite simply,as debut albums go, the quality of material here is on a par with …

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