We reached a lot of milestone markers in the success of Metal Noise in 2021 and while we weren’t able to bring you anywhere near as many live reviews as we’d hoped for or any summer Festival coverage (for obvious reasons), there were some real bucket list moments chalked off, including our fly on the
Full of songs of weighty heart, running on a narrative based around the central character’s struggle as he’s pulled between good and evil, darkness and light, the recently released and critically acclaimed “Serpent & Spirit” album from Urne is one that is as deep and meaningful as you choose to make it while also packed
After three years together Urne, an outfit formed by ex-Hang The Bastard bassist Joe Nally and guitarist Angus Neyra and drummer Richard Harris in 2018 launched dropped a debut album in “Serpent & Spirit” which is making plenty of waves. They already had a reputation for big riffs and with this new offering via Candlelight
“I had a bit of a bad patch for a few months, I’m absolutely fine now, but I drew on those two months where I just wasn’t feeling great. I took that and wrote a story based about that. The actual track-listing is done like that film Memento, where it’s all in a different order.
Formed by ex-Hang The Bastard bassist Joe Nally and guitarist Angus Neyra after their former band called it quits, the pair already had a reputation for big, heavy riffs. Joined by drummer Richard Harris, they gilded their new outfit Urne, as in funeral urn, but using the German spelling for no real reason other than