Tag Archives: Night Demon

Sacred Reich – Rebellion, Manchester – 28/11/19

Rebellion in Manchester is a fantastic little venue that catches some great bands and tonight is a prime example. Sacred Reich are touring their new album “awakening”, and have stopped off in rainy Manchester to remind us all how good they really are. I arrived a little late and missed …

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Night Demon – Live Darkness

Night Demon released their second album “Darkness remains” and it was a damn good album. Despite being a modern band, their music is very much based in the NWOBHM era. Planetmosh gave it a 4 star review, and they got great reviews around the world. Earlier this year they toured …

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Accept – Koko, London – 8th February 2018

Support tonight came from US band Night Demon. Their latest album, 2017’s “Darkness remains” is a great album so I was looking forward to seeing them live. A three-piece, they’ve got a real NWOBHM influenced sound although the bands that inspired them had 4 or 5 members, so to have …

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Night Demon – Darkness remains (expanded edition)

Following the release of their “Darkness remains” album in early 2017, Night Demon are kicking off 2018 with the release of an expanded edition of the album. I have to say I’m not a fan of this sort of strategy since it penalises the dedicated fans who bought the album …

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Cirith Ungol and Angel Witch Bring Frost And Fire to London

CIRITH UNGOL and ANGEL WITCH bring Frost And Fire to London CIRITH UNGOL will make their UK debut at the inaugural Frost And Fire London Festival. They will co-headline the two day event alongside Angel Witch at The Underworld, Camden on Saturday May 12, 2018. Also on the bill are …

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Night Demon – ‘Curse Of The Damned’

Night Demon - Curse Of The Damned artwork

Despite hailing from 21st century California, Night Demon are a band with their roots very firmly in the NWOBHM, encompassing influences from the obvious ones such as DiAnno-era Iron Maiden and Saxon through Angel Witch, White Spirit and Raven, as well as the first wave of US bands to in …

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