Our first introduction to South Coast Metalcore heroes Bury Tomorrow came with 2014’s sophomore album “Runes” and more specifically single “Man On Fire“. Adverts for the “Runes” tour were splashed all over the back of Metal Hammer Magazine and the first bite as they say was with the eye. They looked the part and the
“Millions of peaches, peaches for me, Millions of peaches, peaches for free” that’s right, Leo Moracchioli has gone with The Presidents of The United States of America classic for his weekly cover and the multi instrumentalist does the quirky little ditty justice in style. If you want to sample Frog Leap live in lockdown, check
Splicing together footage from various venues during the Frog Leap European tour trek that lead to the live album, Leo Moracchioli has dropped a music video for a cover of “Zombie” by The Cranberries. Frog Leap live guitarist Rabea Massaad handled the audio mix while taking some time off from is day job in Toska.
Australian rock band Midnight Oil may have faced some adversity among critics from their formation in 1972 to 2002 they sold an incredible 12 million records, something which deserves attention. Indeed it took until 1987 and their sixth studio record “Diesel and Dust” before they acquired any form of critical acclaim. Recorded at Albert Studios,
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
Filmed when Brighton Progressive Instrumental Metal trio Toska thought that their April tour would go ahead, this latest edition of the gear nerds junkie fix that is That Pedal Show sees guitarist Rebea Massaad perform “Prayermonger” while expressing his love for TheGigRig G2 pedal board. During the show, they also go over Rebea’s signature Chapman
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.
So the tour maybe off but Leo Moracchioli took the opportunity of the Frog Leap Live band getting together to rehearse to record a few videos. First up is a ripper of a Metal version of “Breathe” by The Prodigy! Keith Flint would have loved this, may he rest in peace.
Truth be told, Kurt Cobain smashed up a hell of a lot of gear during Nirvana shows. Whether he was looking for that shock factor or just being his interpretation of ‘punk rock‘, it happened. So Toska guitarist Rabea and Matt join forces to create a gig worthy rig to play Nirvana songs for a
Part #2 of a studio diary that sees Progressive Instrumental Trio Toska at Brighton Electric recording a new single possibly entitled “Leave No Meat On The Bones” has surfaced. While the first part saw the band tracking drums, this part sees them playing riffs and dissecting parts with producer Mark Roberts. They’ll be on the