Well, by the second day of Hevy Festival 2011, both Tomas Doyle (words) or Ben Gibson (photos) were still standing, despite pre-festival promises to mosh till they dropped and/or died. While Raz was off sobbing over the demise of The Ghost Of A Thousand, our other men in the field scoped out what else was going down on Saturday….
November Coming Fire
November Coming Fire emerged out of the Canterbury Hardcore scene in Kent, England, in 2001 and quickly became one of the most respected bands of the scene through their intense live shows and debut MCD Black Ballads (released 2003).
The MCD itself didn't do anything particularly original, but it did show to those who listened how passionate and dedicated November Coming Fire are as a band, and the hard work they put into the album and touring earnt them support slots with bands such as Converge, Terror and Give up the Ghost. Read more on Last.fm
November Coming Fire on Thrash Hits
May 17th, 2011
After reforming last autumn, November Coming Fire have played a few shows and re-issued a couple of classic records but now they’re releasing brand new material. ‘Evocation’ was released this week via 30 Days Of Night so we had a little chat with guitarist, George Clift about life in the band in 2011.
January 5th, 2011
We were there when November Coming Fire split up, and we were there when they regrouped. The wholly illogical next step would be to ask them stupid Christmas-related stuff not pertaining to either of those events. Obviously.
What is your favourite Christmas drink?
Thrash Hits Megamix DJs support November Coming Fire, Throats + Tropics this Friday at London Old Blue Last
November 17th, 2010
Yeah, that’s right. November Coming Fire are playing in London on Friday night. Obviously, you knew that but we thought we’d tell you again anyway. Better news is that Throats and Tropics are supporting. Even ‘better’ news is that Thrash Hits Megamix is DJing before, inbetween and after the bands.