Tag: Raging Speedhorn

NEWS: Badgerfest add four new bands for 2021!

Taking the lineup for the 2021 edition up to 30, Badgerfest has announced four new bands in Old School Doom Metallers King Witch, the nightmare macabre circus otherwise known as The Injester, South West Blackend Hardcore act Grief Ritual and our friends in Manchester Technical Thrash Metallers BruteAllies! The event is set for Friday 15-17

Review: “Struggle Through Absurdity” by Vaneno

Portuguese Sludge Metal act Vaneno who hail from the capital city of Lisbon may have formed in 2017 but it wasn’t until the group of friends expanded their line up with the arrival of Pedro Fernandes on bass and Alexandre Fernandes on vocals that their flame ignited with the desire to commit their works to

NEWS: Raging Speedhorn bring the venom!

How Corby’s finest Raging Speedhorn managed to pursude Russ Russell (At The Gates, Napalm Death) to produce their sixth studio album “Hard To Kill” remains a mystery, but the independently released record is an absolute ripper. But don’t take our word for it, check out this newly released Matt Negus created video for “Spitfire“.

Review: “Self Titled” by Cell Press

A convergence of like minded and well travelled musicians in Sean Arsenian (guitars and vocals), Joey Cormier (bass), Mark McGee (drums), PQ (vocals) who have performed in a myriad of bands including The Great Sabatini, Biipiigwan, I Hate Sally, The Chariot, Swarm Of Spheres, Angles, Animal Ethics and Architect, Montreal Canada based quartet Cell Press

NEWS: Raging Speedhorn add dates to Socially Distanced Tour!

Following the arrival of their sixth studio album, the Russ Russell (Napalm Death, At The Gates) produced “Hard To Kill” on 23rd October, Corby’s finest Raging Speedhorn have now added some dates to their previously announced socially distanced tour. It will see the band play a total of eight shows to limited audiences in November

Review: “Hard To Kill” by Raging Speedhorn

The return of Corby’s finest Raging Speedhorn following their 20th Anniversary original line up show at Camden Electric Ballroom has been a celebration of all things Metal. A new line up has brought fresh impetus and there have been a wealth of shows prior to this highly anticipated new album. So who is in the

The Black Map #124: Desert Storm from Oxford!

Oxford isn’t just famous for a University rivalry with Cambridge and a boat race. The city is also home to Desert Storm, a Progressive Sludge Metal act who have toured all over Europe in the last 13 years, performing at festivals including Bloodstock Open Air, Desertfest (London & Berlin), Langeln Open Air (Germany), Wasted Open

NEWS: Raging Speedhorn are “Hard To Kill”!

Produced by Russ Russell (Napalm Death, At The Gates), the sixth studio album from Corby Kings Raging Speedhorn will be out on 23rd October via Red Weed Records. The band have dropped a video for the title track with footage of a classic demolition derby spliced into it created by Hutch Films. Pre-orders are available

Bootleg: “Oh How The Great Have Fallen” by Raging Speedhorn!

There have been more than a few pieces of information out of the Raging Speedhorn camp this week, the first of which sees the Dave Draper remastered edition of the bands “How The Great Have Fallen” now available over at bandcamp. It has been on Spotify since the end of July but the bandcamp version