Brutai @ Bloodstock, Sophie Lancaster Stage-Fri, Aug.12 Video: Deep ‘DEEP’ lyrically tells of a period of songwriter’s block that the band experienced whilst writing their debut full length. It’s a mix of melodic and and progressive metal, with catchy vocal lines, guitar wizardry and groovy intricate drum work. Something for all modern metal followers to enjoy. Live […]
I Remember You(or not….) Skid Row, Ugly Kid Joe and Dead City Ruins Live at Limelight 1, Belfast on October 29th, 2013
Both Skid Row and Ugly Kid Joe continue to deliver quality live performances to a new generation of youth, to go wild to. Older fans can also feel that the band continue to deliver the goods.
I am not trying to bring the band down but it feels like their best days are behind them now. The monstrous riffs are not there anymore, apart from a few more melacholy moments in the Mid Easter vibe in the songs, I couldn’t find much to rejoice about. Is hard to live up to albums like “By Inheritance” and even their last record “When Death Comes” which featured more melodic riffs and sharper rhythm and bass action on both ends.