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Wormwood – ‘Ghostlands – Wounds from a Bleeding Earth’ (Black Lodge Records)

Originally released in March of 2017, ‘Ghostlands – Wounds from a Bleeding Earth’ gets the re-issue treatment via Black Lodge. ‘Ghostlands…’ represented the first full length for the band and has earned them a wide fanbase as well as many positive reviews. The reasoning for the reissue is that the band have now got themselves established and have updated their logo and image. Therefore, they’ve felt that their debut album should be brought into line with the more recent release of ‘Nattarvet’. It’s due to be available on vinyl including a special green vinyl release as well as CD all accompanied with updated artwork.

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Jason Kui – ‘Naka’ (Prosthetic Records)

Jonny Bakes is no stranger to intricate, often instrumental, music. Hell, he’s been listening to prog rock and metal since he was knee high to a grasshopper! So, when we gave him the opportunity to review this album by Hong Kong-based guitar maestro, Jason Kui, he couldn’t resist the temptation to indulge himself….

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Hands Off Gretel/Scathed – Belfast, Voodoo – 14 February 2020

Sure, what would you rather be doing on Valentine’s night? Sitting in an over-priced restaurant eating a meal that costs twice as much as on any other evening of the year? Or joined with a bunch of like-minded peeps enjoying one of the most exciting live bands on the circuit making their first ever visit to this wee corner of the Überverse? Yep, you can guess which option your Über crüe plumped for…

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Explosions In The Sky/A.A. Williams – Manchester, Albert Hall – 14 February 2020

Explosions In The Sky have been on Jase Walker’s bucket list for a bloody long time, well over 15 years now, and in that time, they’ve built up a pretty chunky back catalogue of music. Needless to say he was therefore quite happy to be ticking this off on the list of “bands I should have seen ages ago, but life dealt me a crap hand”. They brought with them a rather new, yet infamous artist, A.A. Williams, who seems to have appeared out of nowhere last year and somehow ended up being on the bill for quite a significant amount of gigs our man went to last year…

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The BIG Über Rock Interview – Naked Six

Manchester grunge/indie/punk trio Naked Six may be a relatively new name to many Über Rock readers, but they have a pretty impeccable pedigree, given that frontman Seb Byford is the son of… well, his surname sort of gives it away doesn’t it? With their debut album, ‘Lost Art Of Conversation’, due for release on 6 March, Astrocreep took the opportunity to grab a chat with the lads and talk about same, their music, forthcoming tour dates and, perhaps most importantly, mango and passionfruit smoothies!

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