By Gregor Crawford 文化爆弾は素晴らしいです Nah I don’t know either. You may think the following article is going to be an article about dodgy Japanese translated tattoos, but you would be wrong my friends! The topic on hand is both deceivingly interesting and strikes a thought – tattoos in Japanese culture.
Evile have released a brand new music video for their track, In Dreams of Terror, ahead of the band’s performance at this weekend’s Bloodstock Open Air festival in Derbyshire, UK.
The music industry was shaken up in recent times with the shocking imprisonment of Lamb of God vocalist, Randy Blythe, in Prague, over charges of manslaughter.
By Robert Bayley. This review contains spoilers. He’s actually done it. Christopher Nolan has created the latest Great Trilogy. Nolan’s Dark Knight series of Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and now The Dark Knight Rises can comfortably stand shoulder to shoulder with the likes of The Lord of the Rings and Star Wars. The Dark … Continue reading
by Mark Walker Director: Francis Ford Coppola. Screenplay: Francis Ford Coppola. Starring: Val Kilmer, Bruce Dern, Elle Fanning, Ben Chaplin, Joanne Whalley, David Paymer, Alden Ehrenreich, Anthony Fusco, Don Novello, Ryan Simpkins. Narrator: Tom Waits. Having crafted such classics as The Godfather parts I & II, The Conversation and Apocalypse Now, director Francis Ford Coppola … Continue reading
by Mark Walker Director: Ralph Fiennes. Screenplay: John Logan. Starring: Ralph Fiennes, Gerard Butler, Brian Cox, Vanessa Redgrave, Jessica Chastain, James Nesbitt, Paul Jesson, Lubna Azabal, Ashraf Barhom, Dragan Mieanovie, Jon Snow. As a personal rule, I don’t watch adaptations of William Shakespeare’s works unless I’ve read the play beforehand. I like to have a … Continue reading
By Georgi Bomb Starting off as a two man project in 2005, featuring Timo K and Janne. Four years down the line they were joined by second guitarist, Timo H, bassist, Jonas (Chthonian) and vocalist Mathias (Finntroll) who completed Magenta Harvest’s line up and their first demo, A Familiar Room, was recorded. Now it is … Continue reading
By Georgi Bomb It’s been five years and the wait has definitely been worth it. Spawn of Possession release their debut Relapse album, Incurso, and to use a singular word to describe it: technical. There is definitely a fresh sound amongst the standard technical death metal structure. Starting off with the inevitable intro track but … Continue reading
By Gregor Crawford So you’ve decided to go ahead with it. You’ve found a design you’re happy with, you’ve scouted for the perfect artist. It has taken a few months and a lot of saving but it’ll be worth it. You’re about to commit to one of very few things you are actually bound to … Continue reading
By Stephanie Women need a reason to have sex. Men just need a place So after much research, debates, arguments and awkward silences… I finally reached a verdict: The majority of men are fairly simple. Consisting of eating take-out food, sleeping all day and partying all night, drinking booze whilst watching the football/chatting up another “bird” who isn’t their … Continue reading
By Vernon Tart Gone are the days when artists have to depend on management of record labels and distributors to market and promote their act. Using mobile app technology and QR codes (barcodes that can be scanned by your mobile phone), artists can share their music like never before. Not just your music either, but … Continue reading
By Celeste Carrigan It was a strange sight to see Glasgow’s O2 Academy fully seated but was the perfect way to hear and enjoy the powerful voice of Chris Cornell, on his Songbook Acoustic Tour.