By Georgi Bomb The tragic and sudden passing of Gwar’s Cory Smoot shook the industry, leaving a void in the metal world, impossible to fill. When Worlds Collide by The Cory Smoot Experience is an album that only enhances the terrible loss that occurred. Recorded at Cory Karma Studios (Municipal Waste, GWAR), the idea was …
By Georgi Bomb These guys have been around for a long time.Maybe hidden in the background but they have been there. Producing some almighty heavy and brutish metal music, and with a name like Death Vomit, you wouldn’t expect anything else.
By Georgi Bomb You may previously know these Celtic death metal lads as Bolero but now, the dark Viking lords, have changed their name to Vesperia. Not only that, but they have announced the release of their new EP, The Swordsman, and throughout May, will be unleashing all four tracks as free downloads.
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By Georgi Bomb Interesting and eye-catching accessories can be difficult to come by. Although the high street stores offer the occasional quirky piece, it can be disheartening to find thousands of others sporting the same thing. This is the unfortunate thing with high street – it’s affordable, by everyone.
By Georgi Bomb Let’s get straight down to business. You may have heard the name but to explain what three-piece act, Coilguns, is all about; let’s leave it to the axegrinder, and head of the whole operation, Jona Nido.
By Georgi Bomb “The inspiration was a pretty simple thing really. I noticed the lack of clothing lines in Europe aimed at straight edge/hardcore kids. I’ve never been about making money, I’m just proud that there are people out there wearing my clothing, not many people can say that. Plus I’ve always wanted to be in …
By Georgi Bomb A must for prog fans, Warmrain‘s quintessentially English feel lies around the well-structured and well-produced rock. The 60s/70s era is an obvious influence here but there’s a subtle, modern edge as the delicate voice of vocalist Leon Russell (brainchild of the band) delicately flows over the rock groove which accompanies but never dominates.