Tag: March from the Underground

Last Year’s Tragedy – Mammoth (Review)

Last Year’s Tragedy (LYT)  is one of the most credible bands within the metalcore genre. Believe it or not, they have been in the metal scene for more than half a decade and they are doing pretty well. After their exceptional singles like “March from the underground” and “Challenge Accepted”, Last Year’s Tragedy are back with […]

Satan's Disco – Gig Review

The moshpit comes to birth at the rise of the moon. Metalheads like a dark cloud of bats swarming and blackening the twilight, appear from the solitude of their conversational caverns. We huddle in expectation and reverberate to the sound of the beast that refuses to die. Some violently as if in a magical trance. There’s pushing and pulling, hoarse shouting and those who fall and meet the ground do so gracefully. At times it is a meeting of elbows and haws and on occasion and a rising boot meets a swininging head. When I withdraw to catch my breat at our table, the bong of shisha is gone and the taste of blood lingers at the edge of my tongue.

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