Austrian post metal masters, Harakiri For The Sky, land in Manchester with fellow Austrians Ellende and the black metal veterans, Fen.
Jo Quail releases the spellbinding Invocation/Supplication through By Norse Music. One sure to have the tongues of discerning music fans of all tastes wagging.
Before Damnation Festival kicks off proper, the brilliant team behind the festival offer up ‘A Night Of Salvation;’ a pre-cursor with an equally stacked bill.
South Of Salem reach the closing dates of their Samhain Supernova tour and deliver in imperious fashion on an unforgettable night in Manchester.
God Is An Astronaut and Jo Quail wow us and transport us to higher plains with their transcendental sounds.
Cult Of Luna bring a storm of noise alongside the exuberant GGGOLDDD and the dreamy Slow Crush. A night to remember in Manchester.
No frills but a surfeit of throbbing thrills from Phil Campbell and the gang.
Straight from Download, Japanese metal/punk/ska band, SiM head down south for their first UK headline gig, playing a sold out show in London
From Fall To Spring bass player Léon joins us At The Barrier on a Why I Love about Mudvayne.
Desert Storm drummer, Elliot Cole, joins us At The Barrier to remind us why Black Sabbath are such an influence.
Hundred Reasons tour the UK for the first time in many a year on the back of their first LP for 15 years with Hell Is For Heroes and My Vitriol in tow.
Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs return to deliver another slab of gritty, sludgy rock with lashings of groove.
Anchor Lane return with their new album following up 2020’s Casino. Call This A Reality? sees the Glaswegian trio step up.
The ‘new’ Delain return, phoenix from the flames style, sounding as vital as ever. The Dark Waters run deep.
Lamb Of God are back with Omens; another fine slice of heavy metal from the veteran Virginian rockers.