Tag: Feed The Rhino

The Black Map #228: Imperium from London!

It’s been emotional. After a week off for bad behaviour it’s time we the sipped some scalding hot coffee and talked about Underground Metal for a few minutes. For the purpose we head from Durham and Mortal Chains to the bright lights and dark corners of our capital city London, where we find a band

Review: “Self Titled” by State Of You

Inspired by a mutual desire to write some straight up songs to expel personal demons as well as wanting to provoke discussion about the issues of this World, State Of You are a band comprised of former members of Polar, Tessa Jones, Hildamay, Seasonal and Outcry Collective who simply want to be heard. Recorded with producer

Bootleg: Feed The Rhino in Sheffield!

There are certain bands that just give you the feeling that when they call it a night, they’re gonna be back and it has to be said that when Feed The Rhino were caught on camera playing a reunion set for “Long Live Ant Allen” at Leadmill in Sheffield on Saturday 25th September 2021 by

Review: “Aporia” by Internal Conflict

“The name ‘A P O R I A’ initially spoke of the difficult times we have gone through personally in the last few years, in and outside of the band”, explains frontman Adam Kyle. ” From family breakdowns, to mental health struggles, parenthood, life / work balance, and what it means to be a band in an

Bootleg: Feed The Rhino at Bloodstock!

Another one of the UK’s much loved bands, Feed The Rhino announced that they’ll be exiting stage left after a final show at Camden Underworld in May. Filmed at Bloodstock Open Air Festival in 2018, here’s the bands full set from the Ronnie James Dio Stage. No holograms were harmed in the production of this

NEWS: Feed The Rhino September tour dates!

Kent Metallers Feed The Rhino have announced a quartet of September dates in support of their current album “The Silence” out now via Century Media in the North of England. Support? Still To Be Announced! 20th Newcastle, Think Tank 21st Glasgow, The Garage 22nd Birmingham, The Asylum 28th Manchester, The Star and Garter

Review: “The Silence” by Feed The Rhino

Kent Hard Rockers Feed The Rhino returned in February with their fourth album via Century Media. It’s one that was highly anticipated with the band having decided to take a break in 2015 and three years on, the question was, like a prize fighter returning to the ring, did they still have what it takes? The album starts

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? Fight! Vinnie Paul Tribute

It seems only fitting that this weeks Vs. Tuesday is dedicated to Vinnie Paul. The former Pantera and Damageplan drummer who featured in super group Hell Yeah until the news of his sad passing from a heart attack at 54 earlier this week. Having already featured “I’m Broken”, “5 Minutes Alone” and “A New Level” from