The third and final day of the extended second incarnation of Radar Festival begins with the journey to the Casino Night Club in Guildford, for which we have the pleasures of a playlist that features some classic Metal tracks from the past 20 odd years including works by American Head Charge, God Forbid and Deftones.
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Yeah… you read the headline right. English Progressive Metal heroes SikTh have dropped a psychedelic video for their song ‘Behind The Doors’, Iinspired by vocalist Mikee Goodman’s experience with depression, the video depicts a search for light through the darkness. They’ve done that with good reason as the track – which originally featured on 2015
That’s absolutely correct. After nearly two years of Sleepless nights, Nottingham Post Hardcore merchants Palm Reader have announced that March will see them on their first UK headlining tour in four years and joined by Blanket for the purpose. Don’t expect that Slipknot cover to rear it’s ugly head any time soon but “A Bird And
Keeping their run of interviews flowing The Mike James Rock Show spoke to Palm Reader at Burn It Down Festival, having already chewed the fat with TRC. They’ve lined up a smattering of shows in support of their current critically acclaimed album “Sleepless” and will be one of the main draws at the rescheduled Radar
Filmed without an audience due to the Global Pandemic, Nottingham heavyweights Palm Reader played a set at the dive bar that is Blondies in East London for Kerrang Magazine’s K! Pit! series. The end of November saw them release “Sleepless” via Church Road Records, the follow up to the critically acclaimed “Braille“. They’ll be at
Following their critically acclaimed album “Braille” is going to be a serious undertaking but Palm Reader have set a date of 30th October for “Sleepless” via Holy Roar Records. That news is accompanied by a music video for opening track “Hold/Release“, which is also available as an instant download when you pre-order via bandcamp.
An epic who’s who of Metal band members have got together to record a version of “Killing In The Name” by Rage Against The Machine in support of Black Lives Matter campaign. Directed and Produced by Lewis Chalmers and George Barnes, Mixed and Masteredby Jon Worgan and with a video by Oli Duncanson, there is
The headlining tour for “Eternal Forward Motion“, the third studio record from Employed To Serve was one that took place just before lockdown with Palm Reader and Cruelty joining in the fun. Here’s dedicated drum cam footage of Casey McHale from the Cathouse, Glasgow stop of the run on 10th March. Having been lucky enough
Hamish Dickinson (Yearbook, Homebound) graced the drum stool for Palm Reader, filling in to allow them to head out on tour with Employed to Serve and Cruelty for a run of nine UK shows. Here’s dedicated drum cam from the Cathouse show in Glasgow on Tuesday 10th March 2020, courtesy of David Tan. The band
The organizers of second incarnation of Radar Festival have announced they have rescheduled from 31 July and 01 August 2020 to Friday 16 and Saturday 17 October 2020. This means Toska, Voyager, Palm Reader, I Built the Sky and Nick Johnston will drop off the bill. However the trade off for that are some high