bloodstock-2014

Bloodstock 14 | 13 Must See Bands

We are little over a week away from the annual pilgrimage to Bloodstock Open Air in southern Derbyshire. Over the next few days, we will be posting Bloodstock themed articles to both aid you in your preparation for the festival, as well as to get you in that heavy metal party mood. To kick things…

From The Archives | Mastodon – The Hunter

Album | The Hunter Artist | Mastodon Released | 2011 Genre | Progressive Rock, Progressive Metal Atlantan progressive sludge lords Mastodon return with a mature, hook-laden collection of riffalicious rock and metal. The Hunter is the band’s fifth studio album, coming just two years after the much lauded Crack the Skye. It is only the…

Boyhood | Film Review | Fake Geeks

Cinema Review | Boyhood

Director: Richard Linklater Starring: Patricia Arquette. Ellar Coltrane. Lorelei Linklater. Ethan Hawke. Run-Time: 166 mins Boyhood, the film that my friend mistakenly told me was called Manhood at first, much to my childish amusement. Luckily the film is much more mature than the title suggests and than my apparently disappointing sense of humour. The film follows 12 years…

Hellyeah, Blood for Blood, Album Review, Fake Geeks

Album Review | Hellyeah – Blood for Blood

HELLYEAH announced the departure of both guitarist Greg Tribbett and bassist Bob Zilla back in February this year and chose to bring Bloodsimple’s Kyle Sanders in on bass. Following this news, it’s no wonder that the anticipation has been growing for the group’s fourth album Blood for Blood, the follow up to 2012’s Band of Brothers. Now it’s here and we’ve…

Rise Against | The Black Market | Album Review | Fake Geeks

Album Review | Rise Against – The Black Market

Punk rock has gone through a lot of dramatic changes since it’s politically-charged incarnation in the 1970s. Like other forms of alternative rock, it’s spawned a host of sub genres and fused with forms of metal, jazz and even reggae along the way, creating endless variations of fast paced beats & social venom. Through it…