Month: October 2018

Submitted by ellen on Oct 27, 2018
Flowerpot is another great example of women in the Rock industry. I loved Steph’s, lead singer, style; grunge clothes, including ripped tights and undone combat boots, with an adorable cat tail! She also stared in JoanovArc’s new official video-single. And even features in pride of place on the CD… Read More
Submitted by ellen on Oct 27, 2018
  On stage throughout the support acts there were large objects covered in cloth, before Lordi began, they uncovered an epic drum kit. And a demonic archway to hell, even lit with fire to guide lost souls. The lighting melded perfectly, with fiery reds and yellow, on top of a cool contrasting blue… Read More
Submitted by alex on Oct 27, 2018
The night begun with two of the best Greek prog metal bands, Mother Of Millions and Need. Both domestic bands seem to play easily in the international arena. Having acquired significant stage experience from touring extensively, both bands fulfilled much more than just being the support/opening… Read More
Submitted by ellen on Oct 20, 2018
Uproar are joining Ross for the whole tour, and we were lucky enough to catch the second leg of the tour. They hit the stage with a proper classic heavy metal show. They cleverly built the layers up through mixing vocals, two guitars, deep bass, and smashing drums.   The performance was enhanced… Read More
Submitted by ellen on Oct 20, 2018
Lowen created a slow, deep and mystical doom folk metal meld. Nina’s long wavy hair, combined with her medieval style dress created a beautiful elven look. The second half of the set picked up the pace with a more rocky edge. Starting with the electric guitar taking the forefront, then the drums… Read More
Submitted by ellen on Oct 20, 2018
  The blue lighting added to the mystical feel and seemed fitting, since we were in the Electric Ballroom. Then the lights went down as the band entered the stage and excited cheers echoed about the crowd. A single white beam hits each musician as Cellar Darling started to play. They started a slow… Read More
Submitted by ellen on Oct 12, 2018
This heavy metal band orientated in the sleepy Berkshire town of Sandhurst. So not the sort of place you’d expect to give birth to a heavy and thrash metal band! Primitai have combined influences from the 80s Glam Metal revival and classic hard rock and metal bands, such as Iron Maiden, AC/DC and… Read More
Submitted by ellen on Oct 1, 2018
The mix of ages and styles in the audiences proves their skill in being able to both keep the spirit and sound of classic rock & roll and blues, whilst dragging it kicking and screaming in to the 21st century, with their unique Quireboys twist.   The suspense was palpable as we waited for… Read More