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A MURDER OF CROWS – Darkstone Crows

A MURDER OF CROWS – Darkstone Crows

An unashamedly metal outfit from Mississauga, Toronto, Darkstone Crows are an enthusiastic and exuberant young band with high hopes but feet firmly on the ground. - Read More

IN TOO DEEP? – The Deep

IN TOO DEEP? – The Deep

‘Authentic’ is a word that springs to mind when you sit and listen to ‘Premonition’, the first album from London-based band The Deep. - Read More

TRICK OR TREAT? – Abnormal Thought Patterns

TRICK OR TREAT? – Abnormal Thought Patterns

‘Altered States Of Consciousness’ takes the band’s sound and pushes and pulls it in all manner of new directions - Read More

GUEST APPEARANCE - Jameson Raid

GUEST APPEARANCE - Jameson Raid

Jameson Raid’s new album ‘Uninvited Guests’ might not be what you’d expect, as vocalist Terry Dark reveals - Read More

FORGIVE US OUR TRESPASSES - Trespass

FORGIVE US OUR TRESPASSES - Trespass

“We had been talking about recording ‘the album we never got round to recording’ for a long time and finally got round to it!” - Read More

TEENAGE YEARS – Ann My Guard

TEENAGE YEARS – Ann My Guard

Bursting out of Budapest last year came the intriguingly-named Ann My Guard with their first full-length album ‘Innocence Descent’ - Read More

TOP TEN 2014

TOP TEN 2014

As the sound of Santa’s sleigh bells receded into the distance it was time, I thought, to jot down how I saw 2014 in music. - Read More

A SADNESS AND A PASSION - Panic Room

A SADNESS AND A PASSION - Panic Room

Panic Room’s Jonathan Edwards talks about the band’s new album ‘Incarnate’. - Read More

HEART ON MY SLEEVE Luna Rossa

HEART ON MY SLEEVE Luna Rossa

In conversation with John Tucker, Jon Edwards and Anne-Marie Helder open up about the splendour and exhilaration of their new band LUNA ROSSA. - Read More

“LOOK AT ME NOW”  Bernie Marsden on forty years of making music

“LOOK AT ME NOW” Bernie Marsden on forty years of making music

It was at Bristol’s Colston Hall in 2002 where Bernie Marsden bounded on stage with Deep Purple to rapturous applause. “Is that Ritchie Blackmore?” the twonk beside me shouted in my ear. “No, it’s Bernie Marsden!” I shouted back. - Read More