Tag Archives: metal

High Spirits – High Spirits 7″.

Chicago based High Spirits are Chris (vocals), Scott (guitar), Mike (guitar), Bob (bass) and Ian (drums).  Their new album You Are Here is due for release in May by Hells Headbangers.  One of their earliest and most popular tracks, High Spirits has only ever been available as a home-demo from their …

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For Ruin, Overoth, Rex Shachath – Fibber Magees, Dublin, 15/02/14

Fibbers was under assault on Saturday night. Carnage Metal Club saw bands from the North and South convene for an aural attack on Dublin. Rex Shachath, Overoth and For Ruin were here to tell the Dublin boys to go home to their mammies –  I joke. Rex Shachath was the …

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Powerized, The Devil’s 3rd, Mistral & Hammered – Hakketak Metal, Holland – 25/01/2014

Imagine a small village, one church, one baker, some local fast food company’s and some bars. And in one of these bars a party is brewing. It is quite clear you wouldn’t expect that in a few minutes some furious bands would be about to blast metal up our asses. …

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Solstice – Death’s Crown is Victory (White Horse)

Solstice hail from the depths of Yorkshire and have been challenging and berating the mainstream since 1991. At the helm of this mighty ship is the formidable Rich Walker who has steered the band through multiple line up changes and labels but has never bowed down to ideals of the …

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Trivium – Vengeance Falls

Trivium

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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Deicide – In the Minds of Evil (Century Media)

This legendary death metal band have become somewhat of a parody in the last few years due to the antics of frontman Glen Benton. Once upon a time Benton was extremely cool and bucked against the accepted norm of worldwide Christian society and I for one as an impressionable 16 …

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DP13 – Rock The Hall – Belfast – Photo Gallery – 15/11/2013

DP13 – Rock The Hall – Belfast – Photo Gallery – 15/11/2013

A collection of photographs from the Distortion Projects “Rock The Hall” night down in the Ulster Hall, Belfast on the 15th November 2013.  Acts featured were Rabid Bitch of the North, Skypilot, Zombified, Triggerman, Sinocence (with guest appearance from Ray Haller from Sweet Savage) & Stormzone. Photographs by Marc Leach …

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Michael Sweet (Stryper) Interview – 5/11/2013

Michael Sweet (Stryper) Interview – 5/11/2013

https://planetmosh.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/interview.mp3 I had the pleasure of talking with Michael Sweet, the lead vocalist and guitarist of Stryper following the release of their brand new album ‘No More Hell To Pay’.  Together we discussed subjects from the new album to the band’s history and side projects.   ‘No More Hell To …

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Human Fortress – Raided Land

....so if you’re in need of a classic sounding metal album that evokes images of ‘olde worlde’ battles and chivalrous knights, this delivers in bucketloads.

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Stryper – No More Hell To Pay

Following the release of the Murder by Pride album in 2009, the pioneers of Christian Metal, Stryper, have been teasing their soldiers about releasing an album packed full of original material.  A cover album (The Covering) and an album featuring old songs re-recorded (Second Coming) filled the 5 year gap; …

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Sworn Amongst/Awaken Dominion/Katabolisis/By Conquest Or Consent/All The Kings Ashes – Voodoo, Belfast – 10/10/13

Belfast’s Voodoo has had some great nights of Metal since its opening and tonight’s line-up promised to dish out yet more metal mastery. Eventually after getting tuned, relatively new local band All The Kings Ashes opened proceedings with an energetic performance with all but the drummer spending some time in the …

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Scar the Martyr – Scar the Martyr

...there are no fillers on this album; the song-craft, musicianship and intensity have all combined perfectly to make a record in which all involved should be incredibly proud.

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