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Alabama Shakes @O2 Academy Brixton, 19/11/2015

So sometimes I’ll do guest blog reviews for work as well, so I’ll just post the link here and you can read it there. Deal? x… 20 more words

Rock Songs

1,323 Words to Choke Upon

I don’t do gig reviews any more. Here’s a gig review.

8th November, Aladin Music Hall, Bremen, Bullet for my Valentine with While She Sleeps and Coldrain… 1,354 more words


Marilyn Manson / Krokodil at o2 Apollo 23/11/15

Awe-inspiring, nostalgic and a peek into what the Pale Emperor is working on in the present

Heavy metal group Krokodil warmed up the crowd with a belting set. 250 more words

Photo Gallery: Hyperthrashing fun with NYLITHIA + GROSS MISCONDUCT + EXPAIN + BLACKED OUT + CADAVERIC LIVIDITY (and special comedy guest Mark Hughes)

Playing to a capacity crowd at the subterranean Media Club last Saturday, Nylithia successfully launched their new recording Hyperthrash – possibly into another dimension, as the photo below might suggest (the technical limitations of low-light photography produce a lot of surreal motion blur; but vocalist Kyle Scott always seems to make it work for him.*) 189 more words


84. BRIT FLOYD "Space And Time World Tour 15" at CLIFFS PAVILION, Westcliffe-On-Sea, Essex. Friday, 20th November, 2015

Originally I wasn’t going to write about this Brit Floyd gig – I was just going to sit there and enjoy some Pink Floyd covers. So I didn’t take my camera, or make any proper notes about it. 343 more words

Phil The Music Quill

Black Label Society - Gig Review 25th November @ Fremantle Metropolis, WA

Fremantle Metropolis, WA
November 25th, 2015
Supports Silent Knight

Beards, brethren and riffage….goddamn that riffage!

Zakk Wylde rolled into town on Wednesday night for the band’s first headline tour on our shores since 2006 and they didn’t disappoint. 987 more words

Australian Tour

Photo Gallery: Slaughterhauser + Massive Scar Era + Smash Alley (20 November 2015)

As the holiday season rears its ugly head once again, Mission’s Slaughterhauser know how to go out with a bang. Planning a subsequent hiatus until February, the band put on an unruly show last Friday at Funky Winkerbeans, beginning with the underwear-clad Christopher James (Smash Alley, Saints of Death), crashing the quintet’s first song onstage (which, incidentally, has been exorcised of its busty demon decoration since this reviewer’s last visit.) … 124 more words