Satan's Satyrs - The Lucky Ones

Satan’s Satyrs – The Lucky Ones (album)

Release date: 19th October 2018 || Genre: Psych/doom rock || Label: Riding Easy Records In The Lucky Ones, Virginia based Satan’s Satyrs have achieved something fantastic. They have created a piece of work which is both unique and genuinely nostalgic on many fronts. As a whole, I guess this release could possibly/probably be described as doom rock, yet it […]

Dragon Fire

Dragon Fire: Cirith Ungol, GWAR, Monster Magnet, plus more

Dragon Fire is Slow Dragon Music’s brief news round-up, filled with chunks of fleshy goodness.  It’s been a busy month at SDM yet again, so you might have noticed another gap in the Dragon Fire updates. In the wake of the ninth Hordes Of Belial, the Scottish underground is somewhat on fire with some great […]

Bob Fest First Blood Pt 13

Complete BOB FEST line-up announced with Luke James interview

The Edinburgh metal scene has had its ups and downs in recent years, not least of all with the closure of iconic venue Studio 24. Now, however, it seems to be in rude health, with a multitude of well-attended underground events taking place (see our recent Bevvy Scotland review). One of the main new homes […]

Anaal Nathrakh - A New Kind Of Horror

Anaal Nathrakh – A New Kind Of Horror (album)

Release date: 28th September 2018 || Genre: Extreme metal || Label: Metal Blade Records Scales Of Justice: Guest reviewer Andrew Mill World War II has up tempo jazz. Vietnam had Dylan and Hendrix. If you were wondering what will be playing in documentaries 100 years in the future, when Hell sends up it half-robot demons to wipe out […]

Solitary

Solitary – Rich Sherrington

Recently, we reviewed the re-released 1998 album, Nothing Changes, from Lancastrian thrashers Solitary.  It’s always fantastic fun to look back at how long-running bands have developed in time, but a review is just a writer’s opinion. It’s much better to have the opportunity to pick the brains at the source. Between the 20th anniversary re-issue […]