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Midnight – Shox Of Violence (Hells Headbangers)

Midnight. A one man nasty, sleazy, blackened, blasphemous thrash band from the apparent spiritual home of dirty metal – Cleveland, Ohio. If you’re not familiar with Midnight already, think Venom playing Motorhead covers while smashed on JD, beer and a… Continue Reading →

Vandallus – On The High Side (High Roller)

Now this is a surprise. Vandallus features two thirds of the satanic royalists Midnight, namely Steve Dukuslow (drums) and Shaun Vanek (guitar, drums Bass) and this trio is completed by Jamie Vanek (vocals/guitars). However, the other Jamie from Midnight did… Continue Reading →

Deathgasm – Jason Lei Howden (Studiocanal)

A heavy metal horror film, should be right up our street. However past experiences of the limited sub-genre have proved this is not necessarily going to be the case. The problem being \\\metal/// per-se sets itself up for ridicule and… Continue Reading →

Bunker 66 – Screaming Rock Believers (High Roller)

Well as ‘Seduce Me Tonight’, the first track of this gnarly little album, hit me with all the subtlety of being punched by the Anti-Nowhere League’s logo powered by a Celtic Frost riff my first thought was “Midnight”. It’s not… Continue Reading →

Midnight – No Mercy For Mayhem (Hell’s Headbangers)

More lust filth and sleaze from masked marauders Midnight and to say I had been looking forward to this second studio album following on from the excellent ‘Satanic Royalty’ of 2011 would be an understatement. Songs on that album were… Continue Reading →

Live Evil Festival – London Garage 20/10/12

Hurrah no queue and no football supporters on getting to the venue today. It’s raining heavily so pleased to get in out of it with plenty of time to relax, check out merch and have a beer before the first… Continue Reading →

Heretic – Angelcunts And Devilcocks (Soulseller)

To be philosophical for a moment (hard with that album title hanging above): The notion of ‘black n roll’ is either just the logical extension of heavy metal’s occult obsession within the rock framework, or actually pretty much the antithesis… Continue Reading →

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