They say it’s always the quiet ones that you need to watch because when you’re back is turned they’re up to no good. You know the kind of thing. Setting the curtains on fire, drinking a skin full of the old man’s whiskey or shooting at the neighbours cat with a spud gun. It turns
Long overdue it’s time we added Reading Progressive Death Metal act of legend Mercury’s Well to one of our longest running features. The Black Map is our weekly look at the United Kingdom Metal Underground scene, placing a spotlight on the lesser lights of heaven that we recommend you check out should your hearts desire.
The highly anticipated second part of our creature double feature of conversation with Reading based Progressive Death Metal trio Mercury’s Well is all about what went on behind the scenes as they wrote and recorded their recently released self titled album. So grab a beverage of choice, throw the record on, sit back, relax and
Having given you not only a review of the bands new self titled album which dropped earlier this month, but also it’s predecessor “The Way Of Ashes” and the album release show to boot, it only seems logical that a creature double feature interview should complete the collection of honours for Reading Progressive Death Metal
Perhaps as long as seven years in the making, the self titled debut album from Mercury’s Well follows their debut EP “The Way Of Ashes” as the band look to build on their foundations of Gold and Bones with pride and purpose. That debut EP was four years in the making itself as the Reading
…with a new album on the horizon and a summer bash to boot, Reading Progressive Death Metallers Mercury’s Well are celebrating “Blood” once more with an animatic drawn by vocalist and guitarist Simon Davies, proving that he’s got far more talent than should be possible. If you like what you hear, that self titled debut
Seven years after it was released in 2015 we return to “The Way of Ashes“, a concept EP from Reading Progressive Death Metal trio Mercury’s Well for a review to set the stage for their upcoming self titled debut album. Recorded and produced by Dean Nelson at Platform Studios, it finds vocalist and guitarist Simon