The event itself didn’t feel old-fashioned or staid but because of its atmosphere it looks like mores are changing and ever-evolving sunny beaches of Fuengirola could easily be turned into a huge music picnic alike place, straight from flower power, free love, rock-n-roll sixties era.
We’re talking axes to the head, 100 knives impaled in a single body (why use one knife when 100 sends a much clearer message), tow-rope decapitations and all manner of gun shot wounds that make Rambo look like a 2nd Grade P.E. teacher.
Dublin-based Scathed have premiered the second single “Compromise Me” from their forthcoming EP “Where Truth Occurs”, due for release on October 11th 2019 (full release details below). Vocalist Ainsley Kavanagh explained to us what the song is about: “The lyrics for Compromise Me are about your boss, your parents, your teacher, anyone takes out their […]
This is their first time playing Bloodstock Festival. One of the 2 Irish bands that earned their slot at Bloodstock through the Metal 2 The Masses competition. Originally scheduled to play on the Jagermeister stage, they got an unexpected bump to the Sophie stage due to high winds closing the Jagermeister stage and a last-minute cancellation of Generation Kill.
Jailbirds are an Australian/Irish hard rock band based in Dublin, Ireland. And this is their first time playing at Bloodstock.
‘Advice’ showcases the widest range of styles and dynamics yet from Hawk Eyes. The band’s aim was to create an album where every track has its own identity, yet it works as a whole.
The band mixes stoner rock influences with punk and new wave sounds to make their own brand of crossover rock.
Dublin-based Pedophile Priests have premiered the much-awaited first single “Przeminęła” from their forthcoming sophomore album entitled “Cancer”, due for release on November 8th 2019 (full release details below). The title of the first single “Przeminęła” roughly translates from Polish to English as “Passed”, and the lyrics, which are also in Polish, deal with the challenges […]
Evil Scarecrow are the finest heavy metal band ever to write a song about a robot… probably.