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Second Rate Angels – ‘The Lost Days’ EP

Second Rate Angels - The Lost Days Artwork

Second Rate Angels are a four piece from Hemel Hempstead, England (a place not known for metal… lol!).   They have been a  hard working band since late 2011 with a load of gigs under their belts, and they have just released their debut EP, ‘The Lost Days’. This EP is …

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ThrashBack Campaign!

In the year that Metallica are announced as headlining the iconic Glastonbury Festival, in addition to Sonisphere (the 40th anniversary of gigs at Knebworth) Universal Music is celebrating 30 years of Thrash music by re-issuing seminal albums from the founding fathers of this sub-genre for the ThrashBack campaign. Thrash music …

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BABYMETAL to make UK debut at Sonisphere‏

One of the best things about being in 2014 is that when something happens which is truly unique, no matter where in the world it happens, everyone knows  about it. The latest musical phenomenon to go viral is Japan’s BABYMETAL, and Team Sonisphere snapped them up to join this year’s …

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Spoilin’ For a Fight: BST vs. Sonisphere

.@planetmosh discusses the impact of BST’s clash with Sonisphere and the impact on UK festivals it could have.   Black Sabbath on the Friday, Iron Maiden on the Saturday, Metallica on the Sunday. To many fans of rock and metal music, this is a dream festival headliner set up. You …

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SONISPHERE 2014 announce The Prodigy to join Iron Maiden & Metallica

SONISPHERE 2014 announce The Prodigy to join Iron Maiden & Metallica

Dance/Rock icons The Prodigy join Iron Maiden and Metallica as the third headline artist to be announced for an historic Sonisphere festival in 2014. Prodigy will kick off the weekend with a bang on Friday night followed by Iron Maiden on Saturday night and Metallica closing the festival on Sunday. …

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SONISPHERE 2014 returns to make history with IRON MAIDEN and METALLICA

SONISPHERE 2014 returns to make history with IRON MAIDEN and METALLICA

CELEBRATING 40 YEARS OF ROCK AT KNEBWORTH! Iron Maiden and Metallica, the two biggest metal bands on the planet, will make history this summer when they co-headline the Sonisphere Festival in Knebworth, the very first time both bands have appeared together on a British bill, and the ONLY CONCERTS EITHER …

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Stormzone – Ulster Hall, Belfast – 15 November

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

For many bands, it must be a burning ambition – often unfulfilled for all too many – to headline the most iconic venue in their hometown… in the case of Belfast, the venue in question is the Ulster Hall, a Victorian building which is the city’s equivalent, as more than …

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The Haarp Machine – Disclosure

How much further can metal really go? It’s an internal dialogue we must’ve had with ourselves a thousand times. It’s been fascinating to watch our beloved genre develop over the years, hasn’t it? No matter how unreasonably heavy, inexplicably technical or utterly deranged it gets, just when we think metal …

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Interview with Seb Montesi of Auroch

Following the release of their debut album, ‘From Forgotten Worlds’, at the end of October, Planet Mosh finds out a little more about Vancouver death metal trio AUROCH. Under the interrogator’s spotlight, frontman Seb Montesi (pictured right)… Hi, and thanks for taking the time to talk to Planet Mosh. You’ll …

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Scarlet Anger – ‘Dark Reign’

When you think of Luxembourg, you don’t automatically think of aggressive-as-fuck thrash metal. No sir. You’re more likely to think of likely to think of fat, profligate bankers lolling around mountainside coffee tables thinking of ever more elaborate ways to grind us poor working folks’ noses into the ground: after …

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Reign of Fury – World Detonation Review

Releasing a debut album in this day and age isn’t hard for a band to do.  Anyone with their hands on a PC or Mac can create one in the blink of an eye.  Releasing a debut album that is of a high quality and professional standard though IS hard, …

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Sleepy Hollow – Skull 13 (c.d)

  When you hear the name Sleepy Hollow everyUSMetal-maniac will go nuts. The band only released one demo (“A Legend Retold“) in 1989 and the self-titled album in 1991. But unfortunately, after that they got buried and forgotten. Now, 20 years later, they return with their second full length-album “Skull …

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Slander Interviewed April 2012

This is Lee Walker from Planet Mosh meeting up with the guys from Slander. LW – Thanks for taking the time out to discuss things Slander related for the Planetmosh readers. LW – For the people out there just discovering Slander as a result of this interview how did the …

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Beehler – Messages To The Dead

Dan Beehler was, of course, both the muscle behind and the voice in front of Exciter – a band who, at least as far as this reviewer is concerned, never have truly got the credit they deserve for the role they played in the development of thrash metal. Their ‘World …

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Xerosun – Absence Of Light

This debut offering from Dubliners Xerosun actually came out in their Irish homeland back in 2010, to great acclaim on both sides of the border, but now has been picked up, re-packaged and given a worldwide release by Rising Records. And much deserved the development is, as this is – …

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