Music writer/reviewer and band/release promo/bio writer.
Artists previously worked with include:
In Vain, Solar Halos, Lara Smiles, The Capsules, Blast Bomb, Crashgate, Able Archer, Fahran, Seneron, The Hostiles, Soul Fire Saints, Artificially Yours, Owl, Mr. Strange, and many more…plus working with Promotions companies Pluggin’ Baby and FFR UK.
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Presenter of The Bone Orchard and The RingMaster Review podcasts promoting the best underground metal/rock bands and sounds around and the best independent releases respectively. Again for details get in touch.
The Body Electric – Positive Charge EP
The Body Electric are the latest band showing that DIY is the way forward for nearly all bands in regard to their music and releases whether they like it or not, though artists do not have much choice in many… Read More ›
Voodoo Highway – Broken Uncle’s Inn
The first thing The Ringmaster Review should say is that hard rock is not a favoured genre here, the apparently required squealing vocals and overblown solos more a turn off than a positive. So with an expectant unease the debut… Read More ›
I Am Abomination – Passion Of The Heist
From the band name to the extreme creativity on their new digital EP Passion Of The Heist, Michigan progressive post hardcore band I Am Abomination surprise and impress. If unaware of the band the name gives expectation of a death… Read More ›
Harvest – Years of Defiance. Years Of Disgust
For five years Harvest set the pace for hardcore/metal core before separating back in 1999. In that period the band released many eagerly consumed singles and the albums Living With A God Complex and Transitions in 1997 and ’98 respectively…. Read More ›
Symphony of Gunfire – Self Titled
With the release of their self-titled album Edinburgh band Symphony Of Gunfire have concreted what many have been saying around the UK for a while, that there is a new force in rock emerging. A reputation for energetic and passion… Read More ›
We’re No Heroes – Quiet Colours EP
It seems with the emergence of every new band with something just slightly different to their sound yet another sub-genre is created and labelled and then quickly filled by more bands in the same ilk. Math pop is one of… Read More ›
Clapton Fox – Amazing Thunderstorm
Listening to Amazing Thunderstorm from indie pop band Clapton Fox there is a wonderment at the array of sounds, textures and feelings that freely soar throughout the album and how they all come together so well which invariably they do…. Read More ›