What’s in a name? Well a lot actually. A new line up have brought fresh ideas and a new sound and so Sertraline have taken the decision to rebrand themselves Waterlines although changing their name on social media and keeping their followers has proved to be more difficult than it needs to be. They’ve launched that ship
Tag: Radar Festival
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.
The second of three at the Casino Night Club in Guildford for Radar Festival is a big one with bigger crowds and slush puppy style pints of frozen Pimm’s on offer as well as a plethora of bands bringing riffs in plentiful supply from 13:00 to the midnight hour to keep us entertained. We predict
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
Ryan Anderson has been lined up for a bass playthrough of “Skylark” by his band mates in Tiberius, so he’s got his Warwick Corvette standard 5 string bass plugged into Neural DSP Darkglass B7K for the purpose. As they have album “A Peaceful Annihilation” under their belt they have various festival bookings in 2021, including
Filmed during their last tour over Eurasia exactly one year ago and directed by Ryabov Productions, Russian Progressive Metallers Shokran have chosen “Nature of the Paradox” as the latest single from their current album “Ethereal“. The band have launched a wealth of new merch which is available here as well as announcing their presence in
Having been forced to reschedule Radar Festival not once but twice, the organizers have launched a crowd funding campaign to raise some funds and pay off some debts. They aren’t after a free pass however, instead they’re offering a wide range of merch perks in exchange for the much needed funds, which you can check
Having had the pleasure of “Clouded Minds & Silver Lines” by Progressive Metalcore quintet Sertraline, we were lucky enough to be granted an audience with them to talk about how the EP came together, the importance of the mix and to have a laugh at some of their working track titles. All being well, they’ll be
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
Performing at Download Festival is something Toska guitarist Rabea Massaad classes as the best gig that his band have ever played. We were lucky enough to see them at the first incarnation of Radar Festival and the progressive trio were on fire. By the Silos. Here’s “Congress” from their Download set.