Temple of One, Collateral, and Daxx & Roxane gave everyone at the Borderline an incredible night out. We strongly recommend seeking all these fabulous bands out, and seeing them live as soon as you can!
Words & Pictures: Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media 10 years on from ¡Chutzpah!, the last album from The Wildhearts, the band have worked miracles and returned with what may well be THE album of 2019. Renaissance Men offers up The Wildhearts at their very best and the album sits comfortably alongside the classic debut, Fishing […]
Ana Popovic is an impressive guitarist who can hold an audience rapt in wonder over her dexterous fretwork, or have them dancing wildly to the rhythms created by her sonic soundscapes, few blues artists can put on a show quite like her. If you are a fan of the blues, then it does not get much better than this!
One of New York City’s most beloved homes for the avid concert goer. This day was set to be the sweet release for not only fans of Hardcore and Metal, but for the very performers themselves.
Words and Pictures: Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD are one of those marmite bands that trigger as is often the case, instances of open warfare and copious trolling on the internet any time something of note takes place within the band. The lovers and the haters all believe their opinion to be the […]
Live review: Adrian Hextall / Photos (C) Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media With a handful of dates on offer in advance of the release of ‘Demons’ the latest album from Savage Messiah, the British band saw a heaving Camden Assembly play host to them and rising rockers Deever. The gigs, acting as a warm up […]
The Dogs have been gone too long, and it was great to see them back on stage together doing what they do best!
In Flames showing that age has not wearied their desire to weave their melo-death magic over the SWX crowd.
Brendan O’Mahony takes in the recent Death Acoustic show in Dublin and speaks to Nick Oliveri after.
Joe Bonamassa performed a masterclass in the blues for the 10th Anniversary of his seminal Royal Albert Hall gig. It is fair to say that this was two-hours and fifteen minutes of the blues and blues rock at its best.