Tag Archives: Ireland

Scene Report: The Answer’s Cormac Neeson talks about Belfast’s rock and metal scene

Posted by on October 25, 2016

Usually when Metal Insider does Scene Reports, they’re about a specific town or scene in the United States. This time, however, we turned the column over to Irish rockers The Answer, who’s forthcoming album, Solas, is out this coming Friday (28). When we asked the band’s Cormac Neeson what the Irish music scene was like, he […]

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Dissident Aggression: Finding Hell’s Martyrs in Dread Sovereign

Posted by on March 14, 2014

“…If we can’t live in peace then let us die in peace…”, comes the voice of cult leader Jim Jones from the now infamous final audio of Jones addressing his tribe before committing mass suicide (and in some cases murder).  This sample is how the debut album, All Hell’s Martyrs, from Dublin’s Dread Sovereign kicks […]

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Now For Something Completely Different: No Spill Blood

Posted by on January 18, 2013

As much as I love heavy music, I find that the genre as a whole can be difficult to find truly unique artists. There are always a gaggle of fresh bands with the same sound (See: New Wave of American Heavy Metal or Djent) while established bands are struggling to stay established by either following […]

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