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Trivium Live At The Roundhouse
22nd February 2017, 13:00
Posted by Tristan

Rebirth within a band can be somewhat of a mystery. Releasing arguably their most well received record of late, Trivium’s Silence In The Snow stood proudly as a new statement of the band’s intent. Featuring entirely clean singing the record was perhaps the band’s most accomplished example of songwriting to date. Soon to lay the album to rest as they begin their next phase of their career. Armed with new drummer Alex Bent the band embark on their final touring cycle as defiantly as it began with their intimidating headline performance at Bloodstock. As the cold chill is felt across London tonight it’s not from the February air but the imperialistic conquering that will happen over at Camden’s Roundhouse.

A Deep Blue Metal Masterpiece
19th July 2015, 13:06
Posted by Tristan

On the other side of the world unbeknownst to many, Australia lay. With bands of all sorts of calibre performing all over the country, a double edged sword. Such a beautiful country doesn’t come without its share of limitations. One being distance, Byron Bay born Parkway Drive began as a couple of dudes who just loved jamming and living life to its fullest. What they have since created has transcended much of what people would deem metal. 

Album Review : August Burns Red – Found In Far Away Places
29th June 2015, 13:00
Posted by Tristan

We see what our Metalcore chef’s have cooked up this year, will it be another auto pilot effort or a return to form for the band…