Reviews

REVIEW: ADAM PROBERT and JOHN E SMOKE perform THE BATTLE FOR TOMORROW with Mutate, Sandy Thomas Stanton and D.N.P – Six Eight Kafe, Birmingham: 24 March 2017

  If you’d visited Birmingham’s Six Eight Kafe on this Friday evening you’d find secreted away in the basement an intimate gathering of characters all eagerly awaiting the performance of spoken word, dark soundscape piece, THE BATTLE FOR TOMORROW. But ...

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Gig Review – PIG, Mortiis and Seraph Sin, Ruby Lounge, Manchester, 15th March 2017

I’ve followed Mortiis since his breakthrough album “The Smell of Rain” back in 2001. Unfortunately, I’ve not caught him live as often as I’d have liked since, so I was excited to attend the “Swine and Punishment” double headline tour ...

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Review: Memoriam – For the Fallen

It’d be impossible to write this review without referring to Bolt Thrower. The Coventry crushers cultivated quite a following with their concise, clinical death metal that perfectly captured the brutal, callous nature of war. Even more respect was forthcoming when ...

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Review: Creeper – Eternity, In Your Arms

They’ve been called the hottest new band around. They’ve been called the strongest British rock act in years. They are about to release their debut album “Eternity, In Your Arms”. They’re called Creeper. On March 24th, Creeper release their highly-anticipated ...

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Review: Me And That Man – Songs Of Love And Death

Songs of Love and Death is the long awaited first album by Me And That Man, the band consisting of Behemoth frontman Nergal and musician John Porter.  Having informed the public of this new folk project in 2015, the time ...

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