Inferno Metal Festival 2023 Books Crowbar, Vemod, and Gaerea


 

Inferno Metal Festival chas added more great acts to the 2023 festival! Crowbar, Vemod, and Gaerea have joined the bill. Taking place April 6th – 9th 2023 in Oslo, Norway, the fest also features Cannibal Corpse, Dark Funeral, Uada, Odium, Sakis Tolis, Harakiri for the Sky, Urgehal, Djevel, Nekromantheon, Mork, Darvaza, Nervosa, 1914, Svalbard, Vredehammer, Lili Refrain, Dwaal, Afsky, Mutilated Tyrant, Godflesh, Urgehal, and Masacre, and many more to be announced. For tickets and more info, click the link below!

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Inferno Metal Festival 2023 Adds Godflesh, Urgehal, and Masacre


 

Inferno Metal Festival continues to add great bands to their 2023 lineup as Godflesh, Urgehal, and Masacre have been added to the bill. Taking place April 6th – 9th 2023 in Oslo, Norway, the fest also features Cannibal Corpse, Dark Funeral, Uada, Odium, Sakis Tolis, Harakiri for the Sky, Urgehal, Djevel, Nekromantheon, Mork, Darvaza, Nervosa, 1914, Svalbard, Vredehammer, Lili Refrain, Dwaal, Afsky, Mutilated Tyrant, and many more to be announced. For tickets and more info, click the link below!Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: Ithaca – They Fear Us


 

Following the release of their debut album The Language Of Injury in 2019, Ithaca quite rightly found themselves labelled as one of the new up and coming buzz bands in the UK’s Metal scene. The album was a furious slice of post-hardcore / metalcore, full of great riffs and powerful vocals delivered by singer Djamilla Boden Azzouz, which saw them saw them gain comparisons with the likes of other heavy, strong bands including Svalbard and Employed To Serve. Continue reading


Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Cult of Luna, Carpenter Brut, Lingua Ignota, Deafheaven, Pallbearer, and More Booked for AMFest 2022


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Progressive music festival AMFest returns to Barcelona this autumn with a focus on post-rock, math-rock, prog, post-metal, and experimental music. The full lineup is headlined by post-rock icons Godspeed You! Black Emperor, the four-day festival takes place at La Farga de l’Hospitalet, on the outskirts of the stunning city of Barcelona, Spain October 6th – 9th 2022. joining them will be Cult of Luna, Carpenter Brut, Lingua Ignota, Deafheaven, Pallbearer, TWDY, Anna von Hausswolf, Oranssi Pazuzu, Elder, GGGOLDDD, A.A Williams, Svalbard, and more. See the full lineup, poster, and ticket link below.

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Cannibal Corpse, Odium, Harakiri for the Sky, Djevel, Nekromantheon, and More Booked for Inferno Festival 2023


One of the best music festivals we have ever covered is the Inferno Metal Festival in Oslo, Norway! The 2023 festival has made its first band announcement! Cannibal Corpse, Odium, Harakiri for the Sky, Djevel, Nekromantheon, Darvaza, Nervosa, Lili Refrain, Svalbard, Dwaal and Mutilated Tyrant will all paly the fest with many more bands to be announced between now and next spring. Inferno Metal Festival 2023 takes place 6th -9th 2023 and tickets are on sale at the link below!

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FESTIVAL REVIEW: ROADBURN 2022 – Part 2


Rejoicing still in the simple fact we can have a physical Roadburn again, the final two days definitely wore on our pandemic shocked psyche and physique. Stumbling more and wearing down in a way I’m not used to, I mentioned to some friends during the weekend the Pandemic has made us all old, and 5 days on our feet now feel a lot longer. Saturday started with the feeling it felt like a Sunday, traditionally called the afterburner, because by that time you are fairly burnt out.

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FESTIVAL REVIEW: ROADBURN 2022 – Part 1


After three years of waiting and longing, finally there will be an in person Roadburn Festival again. While the 2021 online edition Roadburn Redux, was in itself, innovative and the best digital festival I’ve seen set up during the dark days of the pandemic, nothing beats being physically shaken by bass heavy music and hugging friends from all over the world you only see once a year.

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FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Roadburn Festival 2022 — Welcome Back!


As we continue to live in one of the most challenging times in history, one this for certain: music lovers are relieved to have somewhat of a return to normalcy. The return of live music, especially heavy music, provides the cathartic relief we have all been looking for. After over a year of postponements, cancellations, and livestreams, it’s a relief to get to experience live music, and return to experiencing art in the best way possible – together!

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FESTIVAL REVIEW: Damnation Festival 2021- Live at Leeds University


In the time since its 2005 inception Damnation Festival has grown to into a four-stage affair that has become a mainstay of the UK metal scene. 2021’s festival on 6th November was significant for a number of reasons. Firstly, it marked the event’s return after a year off due to COVID restrictions. Secondly, it sold out in record time; as soon as the UK government announced the end of all restrictions (back in March), all tickets were swept up within a matter of weeks. Thirdly, the lineup had to be dramatically changed, with many major international acts such as Wolves in the Throne Room and Pig Destroyer having to have their appearances cancelled due to then-ongoing uncertainty surrounding travel restrictions. Fourthly and finally, 2021’s Damnation marked the end of its 14-year tenure at Leeds University: 2022’s festival will return to Manchester (where it first took place for two years) at a larger arena venue.

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FESTIVAL REVIEW: Bloodstock Open Air 2021 Part III


Having shown resounding and unequivocal support for every single band so far, the Bloodstock faithful are still raring to go after four full days of partying. As battle commences one final time, highlights on the Sophie Stage include the hard hitting Midlands retro-fuzz of Wolf Jaw, Brighton doomsters Grave Lines, the angry sounding double punch of Vexed and Pist, a debut performance from symphonic death metallers Ghosts of Atlantis, and Manchester black metal mob Necronautical.

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