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Romeo Must Die

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“In an age where hype and industry politics produce bands of unworthy overnight success, Romeo Must Die are the antidote; A backlash that proves once and for all that it is the extreme music fans themselves who decide who succeeds and who fails, and no one else.”

Rome Must Die are a five piece Metal band from the south of England. They formed in 2007 from the ashes of Stampin' Ground, a band that the world press labelled a veteran force and the UK’s most credible and successful underground band of the last decade. Read more on Last.fm

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Live + Photos: Textures @ Camden Underworld – 01 October 2009

October 10th, 2009

Dutch math-metallers, Textures, chose to play a one-off show in London as the final show in support of their Silhouettes album. Hugh Platt went along to do the words; Paul Caudell was there to do the pictures.

Textures promo photo 2009 Thrash Hits

As far as opening acts for Dutch tech-experimentalists Textures go, we’re finding it hard to think of someone less suited to the task than Anger Management. While their half an hour or so of boxy hardcore was far from incompetent, it wasn’t exactly tickling the avant-garde fancy of  the few people who turned up early doors.

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Photos + Live: Romeo Must Die & The Defiled @ Camden Rock Bar – 12 February 2009

February 18th, 2009

Romeo Must Die must feel the same way about their gig at the Camden Rock Bar as I imagine most people would feel about head-butting a jockey into unconsciousness. Any sense of achievement in knocking the little fellow down would be marred by just how easy it was, and as the pain in your own skull would leave you thinking “was it worth it?’

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