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Ithaca/Pupil Slicer/Lure In – Manchester, Deaf Institute – 3 August 2022

It must be a day that ends in ‘-y’, as Jase W is at another gig already this week and this time in Manchester’s Deaf Institute! Ithaca wasted no time getting touring in support of their latest, and absolutely bloody fantastic album, ‘They Fear Us’. Bringing with them mathcore and general noisy band, Pupil Slicer for the ride and for tonight’s stop, Manchester lads, Lure In.

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Wild Heat/Rosco’s Riot/Dynasty – Belfast, Voodoo – 23 July 2022

It hasn’t been a week already, has it? Well, it hasn’t quite… It’s only been six days (if you want to be pedantic, and Monk does, ‘cos he’s like that), but here was UR’s bossman again, venturing out of the balmy summer evening sunshine and into the hallowed inner enclave of his favourite hometown venue for another session of quality rock ‘n’ roll – and maybe a few ciders along the way 😉 Time to see if the headliners’ name would live up to what we had been experiencing over the previous whack of days…

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Desert Storm/Gravity Well/Blurred Reality – Belfast, Voodoo – 17 July 2022

So, here we were again – well, at least one half of the ÜRHQ team – back at our favourite city centre venue for the second time in as many nights. Yes, this time Monk was flying solo as he joined the small band of hardy souls gathered to help Oxford sludge groovers Desert Storm celebrate their 15th anniversary with a long-awaited and overdue return to this wee corner of the Überverse.

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Haint/ForeignWolf/Puresonic Outcasts – Belfast, Voodoo – 16 July 2022 Score 0%

Haint/ForeignWolf/Puresonic Outcasts – Belfast, Voodoo – 16 July 2022

If there is one date on the calendar that is more important to emerging heavy metal bands than Christmas, Easter and their collective birthdays all put together, it surely must be the day they perform on the New Blood Stage at Bloodstock. Having served as a launching pad for so many bands to propel themselves on to bigger stages, it is little wonder that the title of ‘Metal 2 The Masses Champion’ is as coveted as the Tour de France yellow jersey or the Open green jacket.

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