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This month's Pommey Metal features metalcore breakthrough act Rise To Remain.
This year sees the second coming of Melbourne-based metal festival Sonic Forge. With over thirty metal outfits playing across three stages for a paltry entrance fee, metallers from all around Australia will find this an irresistable proposition.
The eighties may be coming to an end, but Scott's career as Buckinghamshire's leading heavy metal frontman is just beginning - it's 1989!
Loin cloths, the big four and blow-dried hair... it's 1988!
In the first episode of my new feature all about the metal scene in the UK, I introduce you to an unsigned Brit band who are wreaking havoc on the UK: Bury The Archive.
As the Festival season winds down in Europe, it's lumbering into gear down under. Scott takes a break from his year-by-year reminiscing to remember festivals past...
Crying in the Rain in the Still of the Night? It must be 1987!
A teenager's thoughts turn to manhood, but not before an epic journey is undertaken and a terrible, sleep-induced nightmare results. It's 1986!
Dodgy market traders, shacks in the West End of London, Fast Eddie Clarke - this must be Back to The Future, 1985 style!
With an excellent debut under their belt and not a bad review in site, Singapore's most brutal export, Wormrot, has a beer and a cigarette with Metal as Fuck.