Mothership to release Mothership Live Over Freak Valley this November!

Plus they announce US dates for The Drunk As Shit Tour with Crobot and Wilson!

After the rerelease of their momentous second album and a storming start to 2015, Mothership – the hard rocking supersonic/intergalactic Texan trio – are pleased to announce the ar

UFO - A Conspiracy of Stars (SPV/Steamhammer)

Captivating stuff.
Release Date: 
22 Feb 2015 - 11:30pm

You’ve got to love UFO.

Mothership - Mothership II (Ripple Music)

Mothership are here to guide you on one heavy arsed celestial journey...
Release Date: 
11 Nov 2014 - 12:00pm

Mothership is a power trio hailing from Texas delivering their version of heavy celestial intergalactic stoner blues.

Iron Maiden, Megadeth - Mandalay Bay Events Centre, Las Vegas NV 12/09/13

Pakman2525 travels over to Sin City to catch Iron Maiden and Megadeth!

Pakman2525 is in Sin City to catch one of only 7 dates in the US where his two favourite bands, Heavy Metal Legends Iron Maiden are playing

UFO - Seven Deadly (SPV/Steamhammer)

UFO continue to evolve, even after 43 years in the game. That's pretty good going...
Release Date: 
26 Feb 2012 - 11:30pm

UFO vocalist Phil Mogg is one of the true greats of rock n’roll.

UFO – The Best Of A Decade (SPV/Riot)

They might look fucking old but considering this band started in 1969 and you’ve got three, yes three of the original members still rolling it’s no wonder they look a little, shall we say, weathered. Surprisingly though, this compilation of studio and live tracks shows that the old bastards can still get it up!

With Phil Mogg still sounding great on vocals and Pete ‘wayward’ Way (Bass) and Andy Parker (Drums) still holding dow

Back to the Future with Scott Adams

Dodgy market traders, shacks in the West End of London, Fast Eddie Clarke - this must be Back to The Future, 1985 style!

There was a bloke who ran a stall on Maidenhead Market – known only as Punky, despite his advanced age and long, straggly hair – who, despite being quite obviously dodgy as fuck, was a

Back to the Future With Scott Adams

It's 1984... and there's not a sex crime or, luckily, The Eurhythmics, in sight.

George Orwell got a lot of things right about 1984 in his book of the same name; but what he failed to predict was that the year would be absolutely titanic for ‘our kind of music’.