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
Directed by Shaun Hodgson of Loki Films, Brighton Progressive Tech-Metallers Jonestown have unleased this music video “Burns Victim” from their brilliant sophomore album “Dyatlov” which is out now via Long Branch Records.
Brighton Progressive Tech-Metallers Jonestown have announced 4 summer shows around a pair of Festival shows as they continue to promote the stunningly good “Dyatlov” which is out now via Long Branch Records. Check out our review of that marvel. June 27th Bristol, Gryphon 28th Hopfest 29th London, Unicorn July 4th Newark, UK Tech-Fest 5th Salisbury,
2014’s Metal to the Masses (South East) winners and a band that Metal Hammer said had released “The best Metal debut of 2016, by far!” in their release “Aokigahara” are Brighton’s Jonestown. They signed to SPV imprint label of the moment Long Branch Records for their new album “Dyatlov” which saw release on 16th November with
Another band releasing a stream of the title track of their upcoming new album are previous Black Map entry Jonestown. “Dyatlov” will appear on 16th November via SPV imprint label of the year Long Branch Records! The Brighton Metallers will then complete a trio of dates with The Five Hundred, Passengers, Portryal of Ruinn &
Brighton Tech-Metal infusions and previous Black Map entry Jonestown will be celebrating the release of new album “Dyatlov” with a trio of shows! The album will appear via Long Branch Records (an imprint label from Germany’s SPV) on 16th November and the shows will see The Five Hundred, Passengers & Portryal of Ruinn on selected dates!
Returning to the south coast for this weeks entry in our Black Map of the UK Underground Metal Scene, we head to sunny Brighton. The home of Architects, mentioned in the Doomsday book as “Brighthelmstone” and a stones throw from Gatwick Airport, Brighton has been ranked as the happiest place to live in the UK.