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Sunday Slaylist: Hevy Festival 2013 – what might’ve been…

August 4th, 2013

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This weekend would’ve been the fifth Hevy Festival…but as you no doubt know by now, the festival was forced to cancel their event this year. They tried to schedule a replacement all-dayer at the Brixton Academy here in London, featuring some of the biggest bands on this year’s (cancelled) bill…but as you also know by now, they had to cancel that too.

It’s not been the best year for Hevy Festival, truth be told.

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Interview: Bring Me The Horizon talk Sempiternal

February 28th, 2013

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With their fourth album, Sempiternal, released in April, this is one of the most talked about bands around. We spoke to Bring Me The Horizon about all the hard work Oli’s done to make his vocals good enough, what the album is really about, how Jordan Fish joining the band has affected their sound and how they’ve used the criticism they’ve received over the years to their advantage. Could BMTH become the biggest extreme metal band in Britain?

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Live: Lamb of God @ London Brixton Academy – Saturday, 13th February 2010

February 16th, 2010

Almost a year to the day since their last London show, Lamb of God returned to Brixton on Saturday. We sent the new kid, Tom Dare, to investigate.

Once again, Lamb of God prove why they have built a reputation as one of the live bands of recent years. Once again, the PA does its utmost to fuck things up for them.

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Live: Skunk Anansie @ London Brixton Academy – Thursday, 26 November 2009

December 3rd, 2009

Skunk Anansie headlined Glastonbury once. No, really. Amit Sharma went along to catch their re-union tour when it rolled into Brixton.

Skunk Anansie promo photo 2009 by Steve Moulin - Thrash Hits

There’s not really that much British Music to be proud of from the nineties: we were bombarded with Britpop, whilst the lucky badgers across the pond got to enjoy the Grunge explosion. This era of uninspired bedwetting and parka-hooded swagger, often referred to as ‘Cool Britannia’, held precious little cool though for music fans of the rock persuasion.

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