• TV Review: Love, Death and Robots

    Love, Death and Robots, Netflix’s latest animated offering, is one of the best things I have seen from the streaming service in a long time. With each stand-alone episode produced by different casts and crews, this smorgasbord of animation, released on March 15th 2019, quite literally has something for...
  • Ozzy Osbourne – A Curator of Fear

    In 1970, what would soon be known as the dark phenomenon of the era, hard rock band Black Sabbath crept into the world of music with the release of their self-titled debut album. Sabbath took an interpretation of the psychedelic blues-rock of the time (cultivated by Led Zeppelin) and...
  • Album Review: Wovenwar – Honour Is Dead

    Wovenwar is the band solely responsible for getting me into metal, so when I heard that their new album was out I simply had to get it. Their latest offering, Honor is Dead, is a very different beast compared to their self-titled debut album released in 2014; it seems...
  • Live Review: Polterghost, Tipsy Bar, London (08/08/13)

    London-based trio Polterghost played their first ever show in a full to the brim Tipsy Bar, East London. When you think of bands’ first gigs, you think of tiny backrooms in pubs, being watched by the occasional middle-aged drinker with nowhere better to go. You certainly don’t think of completely full...