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Matt Seddon's Top Metal Singles Of 2016

Written by Matt Seddon

Toothgrinder – Diamonds For Gold

Do you ever just discover a band and instantly fall in love with them? That is exactly what happened when I stumbled across Toothgrinder supporting Periphery and Sikth in New York earlier this year. 650 more words

Rock

Knocked Loose Match The Hype On 'Laugh Tracks'

Written by Matt Seddon

Over the past year there has been a lot hype surrounding Hardcore Heavyweights Knocked Loose. Hailing from Oldham County, Kentucky; this 5-man breakdown machine seem to have come from nowhere to release one of the finest debut albums of the past 10 years. 475 more words

Music

Attila Put The Controversy Aside And Deliver 'Chaos'

Written by Matt Seddon

It is a fair statement to make that there is no band in the metal scene right now that gets as much hate as Atlanta based “Partycore” giants Attila. 610 more words

Music

SEASONS Show Impressive Growth And Progression On New EP

Written by Matt Seddon

After the huge success of their debut self-titled EP earlier this year and the online hype that followed it, Bedfordshire based Alternative Rock newbies SEASONS wasted no time in getting their second release out there for the whole world to hear. 550 more words

Music

Earthquakes haven't gone away

People in North Canterbury, Marlborough and the Wellington region, and further afield,  were reminded that the earthquake onslaught isn’t over yet. The more significant quakes over the weekend: 159 more words

General

Earthquake problems continue

Most of New Zealand has more or less put the earthquakes behind them,  but there are significant ongoing problems.

An aftershock in North Canterbury yesterday evening seriously damaged houses and forced evacuations, and also held up access to Kaikoura via the inland route. 351 more words

General

William Thomas Bowler Crossland

William Thomas Bowler Crossland is my first cousin, thrice removed and son of William Bowler Crossland and Elizabeth Burton.

In 1879, in Rotherham, William married Annie Twibell and, together, they issued five children, four of which had died by 1905. 329 more words

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