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HRH Vikings – Academy, Sheffield – 1st & 2nd December 2018

This was the first HRH Vikings event. Like HRH Metal, CROWS and Sleaze, it’s held at an O2 Academy venue rather than a holiday camp. Despite being the first one, it’s proved popular with the place being busy right from the start of the first day. With headliners Turisas and …

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Waylander – Belfast, Limelight 08/08/2015

With most true-blooded Belfast metal fans away across the schuk for Bloodstock, there was a somewhat understandably disappointing turn out for this rare live invasion by Armagh pagans Waylander. Openers Whitby Bay seem something of an anomaly, it must be admitted.  Drummer/vocalist Patrick Moran looks like he would be more …

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Hammerfest 7 Announce More Acts

Hammerfest 7 is pleased to announce the return of Swedish Doom metal legends Candlemass,  one of the best bands in our opinion to have ever graced the Hammerfest stage.   Dani Filth’s (Cradle of Filth) new band Devilment are confirmed to play their first Hammerfest as well as the first …

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Rabid Bitch Of The North + Rule Of Six – Belfast, Limelight 2, 14/06/2014

Rabid Bitch Of The North Poster

The sun may be beating down outside, and Belfast threatening to enjoy some some of (quite possibly foreshortened) summer, but that doesn’t stop the hardiest of the city’s black clad metallians gathering (not quite in their masses) and heading indoors to the sanctity of the equally darkened Slimer for another …

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Planetmosh Review of 2012

Da da da dada da DAHHHHHHH!!!! Ladies and Gentlemen, Planetmosh is proud to present our review of 2012.  There will be tears, there will be cheers, there will be laughter, there will be pain… are we building this up too much? Seriously though, they say a year is a long …

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Waylander – Kindred Spirits CD review

Celtic folk music and heavy metal have always been a weird combination, but a band called Waylander from Ireland that really does make the odd coupling it work. It’s odd really how two genres at the opposite end of the musical spectrum fit so well together, but it seems to …

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