This first blog is copied directly from Dom's Myspace..
Thanks for checking out this new site. New updates will be made soon. For now though... Hi everyone! An update - SPHERE and Dom @ Download plus some wicked new reviews and interviews!
Current mood: fun
So yes, I am headed to Download Festival. I have been working on SPHERE and I have had a couple of articles published in the Hull Daily Mail in May. It's been a little stressful and I have gotten older, but it's the same for everyone! It's all very good fun anyway..right?
I hope everyone is well?
I have done some cool reviews recently of the new Enter Shikari single 'Juggernauts' (which actually features Mike Skinner of The Streets) and also Placebo's 'Battle For The Sun' album - it's awesome! I was also pleasantly surprised by Gallows' 'Grey Britain' - very nice work from the outspoken hardcore-punk band there. My weirdest assignment of the last few months has been a spotlight feature for the US Industrial music website ReGen on classical/electro/grindcore artist Himiko. This girl is nuts....seriously, but check it out here.
Also, along with Dan Buckley from York metallers [Digi]Core I am working on a charity remix concept where we get to work with new and established artists on the Industrial / Alternative scene. It's called INDUSTRIAL ACTION. Find out more here.
I've got some cool stuff coming up in the next few weeks so wish me luck! All the best and love xxx
Fingers crossed... =)
See some of you in the next few days...
An update from SPHERE.....SPHERE Magazine hits Download 2009 plus MASSIVE new reviews and interviews!Hi there guys.We love this.We are doing well, and we have not fallen from off the edge of the world. In fact we are more than fine.SPHERE will journey to Download Festival this week to review the darkest bands on the bill...there's still a few more days if you want to tell us about band's you think we need to check out?? Let us know right here in a message or a comment.We also have a number of wicked reviews and interviews up with the likes of Psyclon Nine, Hollowboy, The Defiled, Julien-K and sevendaysofnight. You can also see our live reviews of Grooving In Green and Aiden alongside our take on the new VNV Nation and Marilyn Manson albums. Recently, we also took a trip to Hull to check out their first tattoo convention - view that here.
I hope you enjoy reading.
By Enter Shikari