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We Lost The Sea tour

We Lost The Sea – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne

The night gave us three genres so far apart, but with a shared spirit that tied the show together and presented it with passion to an appreciative crowd. The afterglow will last for a few days yet.


Ufomammut, Grave Lines and Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard – The Underworld, London

Multitude of effect pedals equals massive heaviness as Ufomammut, Grave Lines, Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard spark at a pre-bonfire night evening at The Underworld in London.


Wovenhand & Emma Ruth Rundle

A great night at The Dome. Rundle’s set was intimate and powerful, David Eugene Edwards’ stage presence was absolutely bewitching, and his backing band played absolutely ferociously.


Matmos perform the music of Robert Ashley – The Barbican, London

Reimagining three of the original seven acts for the stage, US electronic duo Matmos provide a slick walk-through of Robert Ashley’s ‘Perfect Lives’.


Destruction, Flotsam and Jetsam, Enforcer & Nervosa – Club Academy, Manchester

The thrash scene is thriving right now. Older bands releasing some of their best music and a raft of new bands ready to take their chance.


Chuck Mosley – The Star & Garter, Manchester

Steve Fallows went to Manchester to see the legendary former Faith No More frontman Chuck Mosley live at The Star & Garter.


Neurosis and Earth – Koko, London

Owen Coggins went to Koko in London to witness Neurosis and Earth play amazing live sets. “The power of Neurosis is an undeniable fact witnessed by all here tonight.”


Richmond Fontaine – Electric Ballroom, London

No fireworks, no extended musical showboating, no curtain calls, just another damn fine sad song.


Ne Obliviscaris, Oceans of Slumber & Kusanagi – Arts Club, Liverpool

Steve Fallows went to Liverpool to see Ne Obliviscaris, Oceans of Slumber and Kusanagi. “A really good band, building an exceptional live reputation.”


Le Butcherettes & The Picturebooks – Our Black Heart, London

The band’s bright synthy pop side is mostly forsaken for a storming passionate, energetic, and incredibly tight Indie punk assault. Le Butcherettes are currently cooking at a must see high temperature.


Live Review: Trap Them, Okkultokrati, Venom Prison and Golden Deathmask

Gavin Brown went to Mama Roux’s in Birmingham to see Trap Them, Okkultokrati, Venom Prison and Golden Deathmask. “The watching audience were just glad they got to witness such a harsh and extraordinary set by one of extreme music’s most vital bands.”

Anna von Hausswolff @ Islington Assembly Hall

Live: Anna von Hausswolff – Islington Assembly Hall, London

Dylan (Words) and Magda (Pictures) experienced the aural magnificence that is Anna von Hausswolff live.


Live: Bob Mould, Brooklyn Bowl, London. 12th October 2016

“This was a great set from one of the best songwriters of the last thirty years.” – Matt Stevens saw Bob Mould rock London.


Live: Herbal Tea Party 23rd Birthday – Sound Control, Manchester

Manchester’s legendary techno night, Herbal Tea Party, returned after 19 years to celebrate its 23rd Birthday. Dan Salter does his best to put in to words what an incredible night it was.


Live Review: Yob, Black Cobra and Opium Lord

Gavin Brown went to Birmingham to see Yob, Black Cobra and Opium Lord. “All three bands in the bill tonight gave their all and everyone here left the venue having witnessed a very special gig.”


Festival Preview: Damnation Festival 2016

Our metal editor Sander van den Driesche gives you his preview for this year’s Damnation Festival in Leeds.



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