While we were tempted to call it a night, we forced ourselves to stay awake to catch Twilight Force on the Pool Deck at 5:15. As challenging as it was to keep our eyes open, it was an honor that we did as these adventure metallers put on one of the best performances
Atmosphere in which nations, color of your skin and other unimportant things don’t matter, all of the human beings are connected with one thing and one thing only, Metal culture.
Destruction, Metal Church, Criminal, Cancer and Onslaught lead a cast of other great acts, who will join Alestorm, Hammerfall and Napalm Death at next year’s HRH United !!! HRH united III which has been sold out on accommodation since May this year, are pleased to announce another string of bands to an already impressive Metal […]
Opeth is not to every metal fan’s taste, and there is some minor drunken heckling from the audience; however the selection of tracks in today’s show is well suited to the diverse crowd and seem to be equally appreciated by fans as well as those unfamiliar with their material
Despite the hectic weather conditions and being a working Monday, fans of the brutal and Legendary Napalm Death gathered at a packed Gramercy Theater. Also in the line up the master musicians in Voivod and the young and raw energy of Iron Reagan.
Napalm Death are one of the most consistent and unrelenting bands to ever grace a stage or indeed spill from a set of speakers. Forming way back in the mists of time in 1985 and seeing through their ranks such illustrious characters as Justin Broadrick, Mick Harris, Bill Steer and Jesse Pintado. From their Anarcho punk beginnings, through bringing grind to the masses before cross pollinating it with Death Metal and taking on some modern industrial influences; before being accused of selling out. This was all before bringing it back full circle and taking smatterings of all these eras and mixing it all together to bring us to this point 30 years later.