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Happy Friday the 13th

Happy Friday the 13th fools! For those of you suffering from Triskaidekaphobia, or fear of the number 13, we put together a list of 13 bands that you should definitely not be afraid

Grift - Arvet

Grift – Arvet Review

Think of howling wolf, not the singer, I mean an actual howling wolf, and you will be somewhat near the sound of Erik Gardefors vocal style on Grift’s new album. This follows on

Maharaja – Kali Yuga Review

Maharaja are a three-piece describing themselves as a sludge metal band from the post-industrial wasteland of Dayton, Ohio. However, they sound to me far more stoner than sludge, as the track opener “Blood

JoDöden – Sittandes i sjön med vatten över huvudet Review

This is a beautiful collection of organic, pastoral and sometimes bucolic tunes played mostly on guitar or simple electrification and percussion evoking images of nature, forests, mountain lakes and crisp clear air. JoDöden

Takhisis – Takhisis Review

Britain, London, roast beef, and Big Ben chimes News at Ten! But Big Ben has been silenced for essential maintenance, and the chattering classes are up in arms! And it takes a foreigner,

Chimpy Fest 2017

Chimpy Fest Review: Three Days of Grinding Death & Crust in London

August brings the annual multinational and multi-cultural grindcore festival to north London. And I love it for its sheer variety, warmth of welcome and downright DIY crust credentials. We had politics abound with

Laser Flames on the Great Big News

Laser Flames on the Great Big News – Laser Flames on the Great Big News Review

To review this album, I have decided this should be interactive with audience participation. Here’s what you need to do: Fetch pen, paper and ruler. Draw a grid 5 x 5 leaving you