As the lockdown has meant that gigs and festivals are not permitted, Tech-Fest joined forces with Invicta Magazine and Loki Films to bring us Tech-Fest at home over the past couple of nights. Each one sees a selection of bands perform their songs from their own homes in advance of the premiers of these before
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As anyone who had planned to attend Tech-Fest this summer will already know, existing tickets are being shuffled to next years event. What you may not know is that premiering exclusively on YouTube via Invicta Magazine on 2-3 July, an array of bands from the 2020 lineup have put together streams from home, pre-recorded with
After what seems like eternity, Tech-Fest have announced their first wave of bands just in time for Christmas and it includes some seriously heavy bands including a UK Exclusive show from Fit For An Autopsy who dropped in “The Sea Of Tragic Beasts” a condender for our albums of the year shortlist! The announcement in
After their debut self titled EP used the skills of Arcaeon guitarist Sam Machin to record the vocals, Hampshire/Surrey Tech-Metal quintet Visionist shared stages with the likes of The Faceless, Uneven Structure, Destiny Potato, Holding Absence and Osiah to name but a few. Known for their haunting ambience and antpile crushing technical riffs, the band
Frenchmen Uneven Structure have their third album “Paragon” crawling out from the Long Branch Records archives in October with single “Innocent” out now. They’ve announced a run of shows with Schiermann preceeding the album release in September, a trio of which are upon our shores! 13th London, Electrowerkz 14th Manchester, Satan’s Hollow 15th Bristol, Exchange
We’re at the first incarnation of a brand new Progressive Metal Festival in Guildford Surrey, taking place in a Casino a stones throw from the train station. It promises two days of wall to wall Metal with a wide range of bands we know well taking to a pair of stages with no overlapping sets.
Progressive Tech-Metallers and Frenchmen Uneven Structure have set a date of 18th October via Long Branch Records for their latest offering “Paragon”. While pre-orders are available here the band have also given us a taste for what is to come in with a music video for “Innocent”! Does this mean the potential for a Tech-Fest
Radar Festival will be making it’s UK debut on 2nd and 3rd August in Guildford with a growing impressive line-up. Previously announced “for one night only” final show from No Consequence on the Saturday has now seen the band joined by Heart of a Coward on the Saturday meaning that Kaan Tasan will be pulling
The annual post UK Tech-Fest one dayer at London’s New Cross Inn returns on Sunday 11th November with 10 bands taking the stage! The line-up includes a number of bands who have featured at the festival previously as well as a couple of newbies, while the night will be headlined by French Progressive Tech-Metallers Uneven Structure.