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Skindred Announced as Special Guests on Disturbed Upcoming “Evolution” European and UK Tour. 

Following what was an extremely busy end to 2018, Skindred are pleased to announce a rollercoaster of a year for 2019, with the band being announced as special guests on Disturbed’s “Evolution” European and UK Tour. In a band Statement Skindred said  “We are thrilled to announced that we will …

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Download Festival 2016: Sunday 12th June

Battered, muddy, tired and weary, but the Download faithful are still up and about for the final day early. And guess what? Despite not being forecast until the evening, the rain starts before the bands. Joy of joys. That said, there’s a little group on the Dogtooth stage called The …

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When Football and Metal Collide: Part 1

Marilyn Manson sang about The Beautiful People. Machine Head gave us Beautiful Mourning. And although not common, The Beautiful Game intertwines with metal on a number of occasions, from Download Festival’s 5-a-side tournament to Steve Harris’ West Ham crest on his bass (but more about that in Part 2…). With …

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Disturbed – Immortalized

When news broke earlier this year of the return of Chicago metallers Disturbed, it was greeted with excitement and anticipation. Having gone on hiatus in 2011 amid rumours of internal conflicts and after a series of less-than-acclaimed live performances, the band secretly reformed in the January of 2014 and began …

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Trivium – Vengeance Falls


From the outset I must point out that I have thoroughly enjoyed every single album Trivium have released to date, and 2011’s ‘In Waves’ was one of my albums of the year. Through each of their previous releases you could chart their music as it matured and progressed both in …

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Breached – ‘Left Behind’ EP

Breached - Left Behind Single Artwork

Hailing from Toronto, Breached – right from the opening bars of the title track of this five-song EP – are a band who it is extremely difficult to pigeonhole… and most definitely not in a bad way. Leaning quite heavily on the post-grunge sound of the likes of Alice In …

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