Sunday, 4 June 2017

Casting The Net 29/05/2017 - 04/06/2017

While thinking of new article ideas recently, I thought it would be good to gather features from other like-minded sites and put them into a weekly or fortnightly piece. There's so many pieces published each week that it's easy to miss things, so hopefully this works out. Enjoy the first instalment and make sure you check out the rest of what these sites have to offer.

Firstly, one of the sites that I really enjoyed reading prior to starting this blog has been publishing articles again on a regular basis. Aversionline is a great resource and Andrew covers a lot of different bands, with reviews, interviews and song premieres going up all the time, like this recent review of "This Is Real" by Brooklyn hardcore band The Last Stand - https://www.aversionline.com/view/the-last-stand-this-is-real-irish-voodoo-2017

Invisible Oranges has posted this live report from Portuguese extreme metal festival SWR Barroselas - http://www.invisibleoranges.com/live-report-swr-barroselas-metalfest-xx/

No Clean Singing featured this photo essay from Roadburn Festival 2017 by Levan TK - http://www.nocleansinging.com/2017/05/31/roadburn-festival-2017-a-photo-essay-by-levan-tk-day-2/

Cvlt Nation posted up an exclusive stream of new song Dream Collapse by Woman Is The Earth and published news about their upcoming European tour - http://www.cvltnation.com/exclusive-cvlt-nation-streaming-woman-is-the-earth-dream-collapse/

Idioteq.com has featured a song from new Californian hardcore group Dear Furious (Featuring former members of bands like Strife, Throwdown and Adamantium + more) - http://www.idioteq.com/california-hardcore-punks-dear-furious-members-of-strife-throwdown-adamantium-release-debut-track/

Open Mind/Saturated Brain published this round-up piece about Greek band Minerva Superduty - http://openmindsaturatedbrain.blogspot.co.uk/2017/05/minerva-superduty.html

Lastly, Heavy Blog Is Heavy published a feature about metalcore band Born Of Osiris that is well worth a read - http://www.heavyblogisheavy.com/2017/06/01/the-rise-and-fall-and-rise-of-born-of-osiris/

The list sites that I've gathered together is in no particular order and will grow as I discover more.

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