Tag: Gutlocker

Live Review: Radar Festival 2022 Day #1 (Friday)!

It’s been a couple of troubled years but the second incarnation of Radar Festival is finally upon us with as much of the original line up as possible remaining intact. After half an hour in the scorching sunshine waiting for the doors to open, the first pint of Devil Wears Larger, one of several in

Review: “To Be Alive” by Gutlocker

Four years and one Godzilla sized cover since their debut EP “Cry Havoc“, the inevitable return of Gutlocker is finally upon us having been recorded with producer Lewis Johns (Employed To Serve, Conjurer, Funeral For A Friend), the choice to work with him seemingly fuelled by the bands desire to write something not only different

NEWS: Gutlocker premier second single “To Be Alive”!

Following the announcement of an album release show at The Fighting Cocks in London town on Saturday 9th July with support from Sore Teeth, Aggro, Sewer Trench and K. Yetti comes the second single and title track from the upcoming new Gutlocker album “To Be Alive“. If you hadn’t guessed it by the date of

Bootleg: “Make My Day” from Gutlocker!

Filmed at The Facebar in Reading at the show we reviewed on 13th May, footage of Groove Metal riff lords Gutlocker performing new song “Make My Day” has surfaced. It’s the second cut to be reveiled from the bands debut album “To Be Alive” that will drop on 8th July with the first being “S.F.S“. They’re

NEWS: Gutlocker unveil first single from debut album in “S.F.S”!

With an unhealthy run of shows booked and an as yet undated new album mixed and mastered by Lewis Johns at The Ranch Production House,  Gutlocker have launched their first single from it in “S.F.S“, complete with a music video that follows a similar narrative to the Michael Douglas classic “Falling Down“. The single marks

Bootleg: “Deeper Underground” from Gutlocker!

Filling in the time between there here and now and releasing their freshly recorded album recorded with Lewis Johns at The Ranch Production House, Gutlocker have been squeezing in as many shows as humanly possible. 3rd April saw them at The Solent in Southampton and their Jamiroquai cover from the 2003 incarnation of  Godzilla getting

Documentary: “Deeper Up North Tour” from Gutlocker!

Currently working on getting an album committed to tape, Gutlocker have returned to 2019 and their “Deeper Up North Tour” for a documentary they have kept up their collective sleeves for the better part of two years. For the select few blissfully unaware of the tour name reference, the band covered “Deeper Underground” by Jamiroquai

Track Review: “Agenda” by Akkadian

Taking their name from the ancient Mesopotamian Empire, Akkadian are a quintet who like to muse on themes of the ancient civilizations of the Sumerians and Egyptians while touching on Inter-dimensional travel and beings, something which runs deep within the mystery of both cultures. They formed in 2018 in Cambridge, releasing singles “Black Sand” and

Listmania: 20 Years of “L.D. 50” by Mudvayne!

The influence of Mudvayne shouldn’t be underestimated when it comes to Technicality and during in their early records a certain amount of Progressive nature. Born out of the Nu-Metal era and featuring largely introspective lyrics from vocalist Chad Gray, they also made use of polyrhythmic sounds with guitarist Greg Tribbett and bassist Ryan Martine producing