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Download 2019 review

Friday Despite an early bus from Derby, the shuttle from the transport hub to the guest entrance resulted in a wait of an hour, so when I finally made it into the arena I’d missed the arrival of the Heavy Metal Truants after their cycle ride from London to raise …

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Download festival announce 2019 headliners

Download Festival, the world’s premier rock event has announced Def Leppard, Slipknot, and Tool, as its 2019 headliners, plus SEVENTEEN of the world’s most exciting bands in rock, pop punk, hardcore and metal. The three-day festival takes place on 14 – 16 June 2019 at the spiritual home of rock …

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Legend of the Seagullmen To Release Self-Titled Debut

Legend of the Seagullmen To Release Self-Titled Debut on February 9th via Dine Alone Records First Single “Shipswreck” Streaming Now via Loudwire Genre destroying super-group Legend of the Seagullmen will release their self-titled debut album on February 9, 2018 via Dine Alone Records.  Head here to listen to first track …

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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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Harm – The Nine

Much has been said about the resurgence of riff-driven, progressively inclined metal in the past 10 years, with Mastodon, Tool and to a lesser extent Ghost attaining levels of success previously thought absurd. As with any of these instances, its sudden surge in popularity has spawned a fair share of …

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Minutian – Repercussions

It’s no secret that we love a bit of prog over here at Planetmosh, in all its forms. Progressive music as a whole is simultaneously the cheesiest and most ridiculous genre we have and the most serious and overtly complex. The simple banner of “progressive” fits snugly alongside virtually any …

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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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Deadly Circus Fire – The King And The Bishop CD review

Clowns have always been the nightmare of many a child an adult for centuries now and it’s the twisted smile and always happy; yet sinister presence that plays on the mind of those who fear them the most. Although the guys in Deadly Circus Fire may be some of the …

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