Rivers Of Nihil/Primordial

I've been sitting on the new Rivers of Nihil album for a couple of weeks now and frankly still can't make head or tail of it, but I'm going to throw some word chunder onto a page and see if any of it can begin to give a sense of "Where Owls Know My Name".... Continue Reading →

Feeder’m to the pigs, Errol

This is just a short post to talk about Feeder at Brixton Academy last Saturday. A bit of a detour for NSNTM. To be honest, they weren't a band I was particularly interested in when they were contemporary, let alone when they're putting out their Greatest Hits album. And I can't stand "Buck Rogers" due... Continue Reading →

Firepower by Judas Priest

I feel like I have give a quick view on this given that I've been playing it pretty much non-stop since it came out last Friday. I have a bit of an unusual relationship with the Priest as I came to them through "Turbo" and seem to be part of a small but vocal minority... Continue Reading →

ProgMetalMadness 2

On 25th February your intrepid Never Say No To Metal correspondent made a trip to the hitherto uncharted New Cross Inn for an afternoon evening of "Fringe Metal styles". And fair fucks to the organisers for evening getting the day on because, between initially promoting the day and the day itself, a full half of... Continue Reading →

The Atlas Moth and Fu Manchu

We review "Coma Noir" and "Clone of the Universe" experimental metallers The Atlas Moth and stoner rock stalwarts Fu Manchu. Coma Noir - The Atlas Moth It's difficult to know where to start with an album like this that throws so much at the wall. The latest release from the Chicago based progressive symphonic melodic... Continue Reading →

Accept-ional life affirming heavy metal

It was a night crammed full of almost every heavy metal clichĂ© imaginable. On 8 February 2018 at KOKO, one of London's most beloved music venues, guitarists locked together in a rhythmic chug, songs extended with completely gratuitous guitar solos, and set-piece choral singalongs were enthusiastically encouraged. It was an outdated, unfashionable and a completely joyous... Continue Reading →

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