Tag: Metal

Nocturne Wulf & Extort – Hordes X 2022 interviews

Nocturne Wulf & Extort - Hordes X

Forked Tongues: Nocturne Wulf & Extort – Hordes X 2022 interviews For this round of Hordes X 2022 interviews, we’re going East vs West, with two of the bands making their first appearance with us representing their neck of the woods. Extort go to bat on behalf of Edinburgh, while…

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H8teball – Hordes X 2022 interviews

H8teball - Hordes X 2022

Forked Tongues: H8teball – Hordes X 2022 interviews At Hordes X, we keep saying “we don’t mess about when it comes to our opening bands”. Last year, H8teball were our introduction to the event, and we couldn’t have been happier! This is a band who bring a full-on, debauched show…

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Catalysis – Hordes X 2022 interviews

Catalysis - Hordes X 2022

Forked Tongues: Catalysis – Hordes X 2022 interviews The Hordes X interviews continue, and stay towards the top of the bill. We’re now going for it with our main supports on our main stage, Dundee’s Catalysis. 2022 has been a year of accomplishments for them. They claimed the Scottish Metal…

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Hordes X Outreach 2022

Hordes X 2022 Outreach

Hordes X Outreach 2022 Since rebranding from Hordes Of Belial, Hordes X has been used as the centre point of a few extra Scottish dates for some of the bands appearing. We call these the “Outreach shows”. The concept is that, when a band comes from other regions to play…

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Catalysis – Innova EP launch (interview)

Catalysis - Innova EP launch

Forked Tongues: Catalysis – Innova EP launch (interview) The new EP, Innova, from rising Dundee metallers, Catalysis, is almost upon us! This is the first new music from the Tayside troops since before “you know what” brought everything to a grinding halt. Catalysis, however, did play the first metal show…

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Feeding Frenzy 24||05||22

Feeding Frenzy 24||05||22 Welcome to Slow Dragon Music‘s review Feeding Frenzy, where we go snapping and snarling through notable recent and upcoming releases. ***we like to arrange our meals in alphabetical order***  Christian Death – Evil Becomes Rule (album) Release Date: 06th May 2022||Genre: Gothic rock||Label: Season Of Mist We…

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Feeding Frenzy 20||03||22

Hell Militia - Hollow Void

Feeding Frenzy 20||03||22 Welcome to Slow Dragon Music‘s review Feeding Frenzy, where we go snapping and snarling through notable recent and upcoming releases. ***we like to arrange our meals in alphabetical order***  Cryptivore – Celestial Extinction (album) Release Date: 15th March 2022||Genre: Death metal||Label: Bitter Loss Records With their debut…

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Sarin – You Can’t Go Back (album)

Sarin - You Can't Go Back

Sarin – You Can’t Go Back Release date: 05th February 2021||Genre: Post-metal||Label: Prosthetic Records Canada does seem to churn out a good amount of quality metal, though not all of it is fully recognised. Three albums in, and Toronto’s Sarin are still pushing. With You Can’t Go Back they have…

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Albums Of The Months 2020

Albums Of The Months 2020

Albums Of The Months 2020 If you’re familiar with the old Slow Dragon Music site, you’ll know what the deal is with Albums Of The Months 2020. For those who don’t, the basic premise is that, instead of a straight up pick of all releases throughout the entire year, we…

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Dragon Fire: Moonspell, Niklas Sundin, Cult Of Luna, & more

Moonspell Niklas Sundin

Dragon Fire: Moonspell, Niklas Sundin, Cult Of Luna and  more – 18||12||20  In the run-up to their 30th anniversary, Moonspell are in the depths of a new album. To celebrate, they recently released a video for Common Prayers. Their previous video, The Greater Good, was deemed a little too much…

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