Category: Live Review

Live Review: UK Tech-Fest afterthoughts

It’s been just 7 days since we left Newark Showgrounds after another triumphant incarnation of Tech-Fest, thanks to Simon Garrod and the team. The Festival that inspired the creation of Metal Noise back in August 2017 has completed its 8th year and remains the King of the Underground Metal Scene, the UK’s equivalent of Euroblast.

Live Review: Death To Cancer #5 @ The Black Heart in Camden

A Non Profit Charity Show in aid of MacMillan Cancer Charity “Death To Cancer” entered it’s fifth and final year with arguably it’s most brutal line up to date! For one day only, it’s The Black Heart in Camden that will get destroyed by some music to bleed from the ears to! We arrive to

Live Review: UK Tech-Fest Day #4: Sunday

Fortunately yesterday’s inflatable genitalia is no where to be seen as some kids appear with their parents to watch Brink of Extinction [6/10] who include in their set the thoroughly enjoyable single “Jekyll & Psyclops”. The Bristol natives have a pair of vocalists who take lines in turn as much as verses for their groove

Live Review: UK Tech-Fest Day #3: Saturday

After last night’s two people crowd surfing on an inflatable sofa going over the barrier and fortunately not getting broken during Black Tongue’s set, In Fear They Follow [7/10] bring a stuccato riff filled Metalcore bounce to open day #3 of UK Tech-Fest and attract a decent crowd. “Solace” is a decent cut though during

Live Review: UK Tech-Fest Day #2: Friday

Day #2 of UK Tech-Fest has plenty of treats in store including some very new bands. Originally called Perception and now incorporating large doses of Post-hardcore melodic elements to create a bastardised version of their older sound, Keepsake [7/10] get the Fireball Whiskey stage off to a sweaty start. It’s an emotive set that is

Live Review: UK Tech-Fest Day #1: Thursday (Early Bird)

It’s that time of year again! Post tent pitching and first beer after a 160 mile (ish) journey it’s a sweaty affair at the Fireball Whiskey stage for the first band of our annual pilgrimage that is UK Tech-Fest! Opening the 2019 incarnation with some insane instrumental Progressive Tech-Metal, Pulse of Nature [7/10] are exactly

Bleeding Through w/Ithaca, Nihility & Chamber @ Camden Underworld

For a UK Exclusive show at Camden Underworld, what has the potential to be one last chance to see the Orange County Metalcore heroes that are Bleeding Through in the live arena is not one to be missed! Having seemingly returned from the ashes with 2018’s new album “Love Will Kill All”, vocalist Brandan Schieppati