Blunderbuster Review by Mickey Nicholas. I’ve never been one to actively seek out folk music and it’s modern iterations. It’s not an active dislike of folk, but more of a passive disinclination. When I was younger, I always thought the… Continue Reading
In this episode of Music History, Si examines 3 ways in which metal music developed including the Death, Goth and Nu Metal subgenres.
Review by Joey Stoate Check out Joey’s epic music blog over here. Back in late November of 2015, I described Rootwork as a Queens Of The Stone Age-esque stoner rock band, and a very interesting one at that. Having caught the… Continue Reading
Stabbed Panda Presents, Season 2 Episode 10, Alone With Wolves In this episode, Liam and Si chat with Hertfordshire modern rock & metal band Alone With Wolves. We get an insight in to their new album, with exclusive release and title… Continue Reading
So this edition of SPP is a slight deviation from the regular format. We managed to catch the amazing 14-string guitarist, Felix Martin, whilst on his 2014 UK tour with Tech-Fest. We had a tight schedule and a non-usual location,… Continue Reading
The Origins of Metal! Where did metal music come from? Let’s find out!
Only the third episode of the series and we’re already screwing with the format… This month’s feature is special in which we travel to the distant lands of Peterborough for Fratricidal Promotion’s Halloween musical spectacular. We interview the attendees, the promoters,… Continue Reading
Liam and Si chat with Dean and Geoff of The Infernal Sea, East Anglia’s rising metal stars. Photographs by Phil Blackandwhite Film Photography, used with permission, (thanks Phil!) Links: The Infernal Sea on Facebook The Infernal Sea on BandCamp
This month we interview Chris and Leigh of local hardcore metal band The Projectionist. We discuss their influences, how they formed, and get a sneak-peak at their new EP! Stabbed Panda Presents: The Projectionist by Stabbed Panda Presents… on Mixcloud Links:… Continue Reading