Wednesday, 29 October 2008

Zimmers Hole drop out of Soilwork Euro Tour

Zimmmers Hole have had to pull out of the upcoming European Tour in support of Soilwork. They have released an official statement through their website







Soilwork are to dedicate the tour to Gene and his family in their time of grief.

New US Metal Releases for 10/28/08

Abigail Williams
In the Shadow of a Thousand Suns

Beneath The Massacre

The Fathomless Mastery

Brutal Truth
For Drug Crazed Grind Freaks Only! Live At Noctum Studios 1

Burning The Masses
Mind Control


Cradle of Filth
Godspeed on the Devil's Thunder


Let There Be Blood (Re-Recording of classic Bonded by Blood)

Kill The Client

Landmine Marathon
Rusted Eyes Awake

Lord Belial
The Black Curse

In Narcosis

Your Demons, Their Angels

Omnium Gatherum
The Red Shift

22 Random Acts Of Violence

Wednesday, 22 October 2008

Amon Amarth - Twilight Of The Thunder God CD Review

Amon Amarth are back with a powerful new album, Twilight Of The Thunder God. The bands 7th studio album was recorded at Fascination Street Studio in Örebro, Sweden, and was produced by Jen Borgen. The album features Johan Hegg on vocals, Olavi Mikkonen and Johan Söderberg on guitars, Ted Lundström on bass and Fredrik Andersson on drums. the album also features a few high profile guests including Lars Göran Petrov of Entombed doing some vocals on the track "Guardians of Asgaard", Roope Latvala of Children of Bodom adding some guitars on the title track and Apocalyptica adding some cellos on "Live for the Kill".

This yet another solid release for Amon Amarth, with 10 tracks of pure metal glory. Twilight Of The Thunder God, the title track, and the first song on the CD, is a great start for this record, with all the classic Amon Amarth style we've come to know and love. If you couldn't guess, they're still pushing the viking themes, which is great. They day they stop doing that is the day we'll mourn the loss of Amon Amarth, but if this album is any indication of the bands end, it's not for a very long time.

Highlights for me include Guardians of Asgard, Varyags of Miklagaard, The Hero, Live for the Kill and Embrace The Endless Ocean. The album also came with a live DVD that contains footage of the bands entire Summer Breeze 2007 show, which included a set of 13 songs, including Valhall Awaits Me, Asator, The Pursuit of Vikings, Fate Of Norns, and so forth. A great addition to an already awesome package.

The production on this album is really good, an improvement even on With Oden On our Side. The guitars are nice and heavy, and everything is in good balance with each other and sounds great. Jens has really outdone himself this time around. If you're a fan, or haven't heard this band before, get this album and give it a good listen, because it's bloody great! Worth it even just for the live DVD.

Twilight Of The Thunder God is now out through Metal Blade.

AC/DC banned on Scottish Radio


David ‘The Captain’ Grant the drive time DJ on ‘96.3 Rock Radio’ In Scotland, has placed an indefinite ban on AC/DC on his show.
Why ban such an iconic band? The reason for this is simple, they have failed to add a Scottish gig to there new tour.
The captain has vowed not to play any AC/DC until they do. He has said this ban will continue until they decide to play in Scotland, and has started an online petition to let the fans show there support of his decision. The petition will then be forwarded to the record company to let them know how the fans feel about this.

It may seam petty to some, but when you consider the facts behind this decision, you can see the logic behind his decision.
Although the band are considered Australian, Both Angus and Malcolm Young were born In Glasgow Scotland, and many of there family still reside in or around the Glasgow area. Many fans feel this is a betrayal, as in there eyes they are missing out what is effectively a ‘home town’ gig.

I have heard the argument that its all about record sales that make the record company’s decide where the bands play on a tour. The more albums sold the more chance of a sell out gig. This doesn’t work for 2 reasons.
1. The new album wasn’t on sale when the gigs were announced.
2. A band the size of AC/DC can dictate to a record company where they play. They are guaranteed a sell out wherever they play.

This is a case of Fan Power. The fans are angry, and one of them happens to be in a place where he can make his feelings heard on a large scale. Not only has he voiced his opinion, but he has the backing, support, and praise of many AC/DC fans in Scotland.

If you want to join the petition simply log on to find the link and add your name.

96.3 Rock Radio is available in and around the Glasgow area on standard radio, Edinburgh on DAB, and on the web at the above link.
David ‘The Captain’ Grant is on daily from 2 until 6 Monday to Friday and 12 until 6 Saturdays

Sunday, 19 October 2008

Wykked Wytch seek bassist.

Miami death/black metal band Wykked Wytch are searching for a new bassist.

Those interested in auditioning should contact the band through their myspace, and send along with a bio, photos, and links to examples of your playing (sound / video clips).

Contact them through for more details. Their new album 'Memories of a Dying Whore' is out now.

Wednesday, 15 October 2008

Mental Interrogation with This Weary Hour

Who? Eamonn and Seán of This Weary Hour


How long have you been playing together?
Eamonn: The band started over a year ago, but a full line-up hasn’t been secured until fairly recently.

How did you meet?
Eamonn: Seán and I are from a small town, so we always knew each other in some respect.

What kind of gear do you use?
Seán: I play an Aria (have to check the model). I find it has a deep, round sound ideal for the music I play. With regards to amplification I am currently using one of the Vox Valvetronix models which I can get some great tone out of, however the various effects built into the amp seem somewhat of a gimmick so I'm planning to move onto something more old-school. I feel a lot more comfortable controlling my sound using my feet. At the moment I use a BOSS DS-1 pedal, which to be honest I find isn't great by itself, but I recently acquired a RAT which when used in conjunction with the BOSS can bring fuller, thicker crunch or fuzz (or whatever you are into) to the overall tone. Nice and brutal is what I aim for in terms of distortion.

Eamonn: This is my first band, so I’m a little behind in the gear aspect of things. Until recently, I basically borrowed what I needed from friends. I did pick-up a lovely Shure SM58 vocal mic last weekend and I’m very happy with it so far. The rest of the lads are busy acquiring various gadgets and guitars, and it’s all pretty expensive, so I guess I’m lucky in that respect.

Is there an album that inspired you to join a band?
Seán: I think that music in general has inspired me to be in a band. It was after TWH was conceived that we discovered our common influences. Mastodon's Leviathan probably had the most crucial effect on both myself and Eamonn. It has totally transformed how we observe and write music.

Eamonn: I have to agree with Seán there. It was through Leviathan that we found how similar our beliefs about music were. From there we introduced each other to loads of bands and musicians we wouldn’t have been exposed to normally, and eventually we started thinking that it’d be great if we could write stuff of our own. I think that we initially focused on doom because there’s a lot of freedom there and it’s a very honest form of music.

What was the last album you bought?
Seán: Sick of it All - Scratch the Surface.

I actually picked-up a few LPs the last time I went music shopping. I think it went something like: MossSub Templum, EsotericThe Maniacal Vale, Jex Thoth’s self titled debut, NINThe Slip, and Grand MagusIron Will. So yeah, a nice helping of doom - or doom inspired – stuff.

What do you think of downloading music?
Seán: As with most musical controversies, there are positives and negatives. For fans of actual physical releases, like me, the whole thing has totally forced designers to push the boundaries of artwork, packaging etc. so we are getting far more intriguing record sleeves and CD cases these days. I think fans of independent labels and smaller bands enjoy this artwork and are more willing to pay for the product.

Eamonn: For me it’s quite simple: I love buying CDs. I love buying records. I think people are really missing-out when they don’t have the whole package, not to mention the drop in bit-rate and all that. I have been guilty of downloading music, but mostly because it’s an incredibly easy way to preview a band I’ve never heard before. I always end-up buying the stuff I like eventually.

Who would you say was your personal biggest influence?
Seán: My strongest musical influence is and always will be Rory Gallagher. He has explored so much ground within his music, both lyric-wise and genre-wise. I will always think of his songs as the purest and most honest anyone can be exposed to. He never played the same song twice and he was all about feeling. That's real music and I'm all for it. He's greatly missed.

Eamonn: The first real band I saw live was My Dying Bride. I might have been young and impressionable, but the emotion that (front-man) Aaron Stainthorpe showed in his performance has had a lasting effect. I’ve encountered plenty of other amazing performers since, but Aaron originally set the standard for me.

If you could trade places with another musician for a day, who would it be and why?
Seán: This is quite a difficult question because most of the bands I would have really liked to have been a part of have broken up. If anyone is familiar with the hardcore punk group Minor Threat they will have heard the name, Ian McKaye, vocalist and founder of Discord Records. I would love to have been in his shoes for a day back at the beginning of the American hardcore scene. If not McKaye, then any member of Electric Wizard! A jam with the Wizard would be an honour.

Eamonn: This would probably change for me every month, but right now I’d say anyone in Neurosis. I’d imagine performing live with those guys would be a wonderfully intense experience.

If you weren’t playing in a band, what do you think you’d be doing instead?
Seán: If I wasn't in TWH I see myself spending more time as a solo musician. I would have various guises to facilitate my interest in the other genres of music which I would play.

Eamonn: I’m a Fine Art student, which is proving to be very time-consuming, so I definitely wouldn’t be idle. But then, it was while working on stuff for TWH that I re-discovered my interest in art I’m a little unsure when I think about it.

Where do you think the best metal is coming from at the moment?
Seán: As a fan of both European and American heavy music, for me, there seems to be a bit more quality metal coming from the States lately. When I first heard Mastodon a few years ago I began to realise this. From there I discovered bands like Converge and Neurosis, and through them, found a wealth of other groups, each new one completely different to the last. However, I think it’s noticeable in TWH that we take influence from these bands as well as our European heroes like My Dying Bride, Electric Wizard and Cathedral, to name the most prominent.

Eamonn: Right now I’m looking to labels, rather than geography for good music. Rise Above, Profound Lore, etc, have been putting out some great releases over the last while. I also think Ireland has a great underground metal scene that is oft over-looked internationally. This is starting to change though, and I hope it continues.

If you could only eat one kind of food, would it be savoury or sweet?
Seán: Sweet.

I would never give up an entire kind of food! You can’t make me! (MI - Ah my plan has been foiled!)

What’s your favourite movie?
Seán: If I had to choose a favourite it would be Donnie Darko.

Eamonn: A tie between “4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days”, “Mulholland Dr.”, “Apocalypse Now” and “Aliens”. Special mention to Star Wars, of course! ...I like too many films!
What was the last live show you went to (not including your own)?
Seán: Buddy Guy. Blues will always be my favourite form of music.

Eamonn: My friend, James from Altar of Plagues, recently started a 2-piece noisecore side-project, called Snails, which I recently witnessed causing havoc in a local pub. In terms of big names, the Graspop festival would be the latest event I’ve been to.

What do you have lined up next?
Seán: We hope to begin playing shows very soon.
Right now, we are in the process of finishing new material, which should be released before the end of the year. I think the upcoming songs will be somewhat of a departure from what we did on 'The Shadow of Time'. Not only have our inspirations changed but we have been joined by three new members, each with a variety of styles that will definitely have an impact on our music.

Eamonn: Yeah, the demo was a bit of a shot in the dark for us. I’d never been in a band before, and Seán was relatively new to this sort of music, so we were kind-of sticking to tried-and-true patterns and basically playing it safe. Considering the circumstances, I’m quite proud of it and the response has been great. I’m highly critical of it too, though. I want us to go much further with the new stuff. Now that we’ve had some time to soak in everything and have a clearer idea of the direction we’d like to follow, I believe that we can just let loose and write material that feels natural to us. We’re definitely going to revisit and expand on some of the areas we’ve already flirted with, but I know we have the potential to go way beyond that as well. It will be interesting to see how it all turns out.

Why should people check out your band?
Seán: Behind all the dark and heavy aspects to our material, I think this band is about making honest and original music, qualities that is more and more lacking with metal bands today.

Eamonn: As Seán said, honesty is important to us. In the long run, we hope our material will be meaningful and somewhat cathartic. We try to take influences from everywhere. We’ve had an encouraging start, and we’ll definitely be striving to make the most of it in the future.

Brand New Social Networking Site from HMV

HMV are launching a brand new social networking site, called, in the UK. This is not another Myspace or Facebook though, this is a way to boast about your favourite films, bands, albums, actors etc and to make it easy to find new stuff to check out through recommendations of other fans. You can rate your favourites as well as write reviews and make connections between different artists (e.g. Soilwork to Coldseed because they both have Bjorn "Speed" Strid as their vocalist).

It is currently in it's Beta stages, and they're still ironing things out, but looks like when it's up and running fully, that it will be a decent site to use and find new music. It's currently only open to residents in the UK, I don't know if will become a site you can use worldwide.

We do have our own group on there though, so if you decide to sign up, then make sure you join the Metaholic Music group:

Sunday, 12 October 2008

New Opeth Dvd To Be Premiered In London

The Roundhouse Tapes, the long awaited new DVD from Opeth is released on Peaceville Records on October 27th (UK – November 10th, USA – November 11th).

The DVD will be premiered on November 4th with a special screening at the Prince Charles Cinema in London. The screening will be introduced by the band, who will also be available to sign copies of the DVD following the screening. In addition to the DVD, exclusive merchandise will also be on sale at the cinema.

A limited number of tickets for this special evening are available to purchase from the cinema ( / 0870 811 2559) for only £10 (plus 50p booking fee).

The Roundhouse Tapes contains a critically acclaimed Opeth performance recorded at The Roundhouse, London in 2006. Described by Rocksound as ‘a show of spectacular greatness in this legendary venue … an amazing performance by one of Europe’s premier epic metal bands’ the DVD perfectly captures the band in scintillating form playing a selection of classics from throughout their career.

A mini-site featuring a trailer for the DVD, info on the release, downloads and more is now online at The site also offers a free mp3 download of the track ‘Bleak’ to anyone who signs up to the mailing list.

The special edition of the DVD, packaged in a deluxe rigid digibook inside a hard slipcase, with postcards of each band member, an exclusive art booklet featuring the work of Travis Smith (renowned Opeth Sleeve designer) and The Roundhouse Tapes booklet, is also available to pre-order from the mini-site.

‘There seems no more appropriate band than Opeth to open a new era in the history of this iconic building.’ Classic Rock

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Anathema - Hindsight Tour Dates

Following their recent acclaimed semi-acoustic album, Hindsight released on Peaceville’s sister label Kscope, and the highly successful shows as part of the Unholy Trinity tour with Paradise Lost & My Dying Bride, Anathema prepare to hit the road for a full European & UK tour.

For more information on the Hindsight release, visit the mini-site at

The tour dates are as follows:
8/10 HOLLAND, Tivoli, Utrecht
9/10 HOLLAND, W2, Den Bosch
10/10 BELGIUM, Biebob, Vosselaar
11/10 HOLLAND, Boerderij, Zoetermeer
12/10 GERMANY, Colos Saal, Aschaffenburg
13/10 GERMANY, Matrix, Bochum
14/10 GERMANY, Longhorn, Stuttgart
16/10 GERMANY, Centrum, Erfurt
17/10 GERMANY, Columbia Club, Berlin
18/10 GERMANY, Markthalle, Hamburg
19/10 DENMARK, Pumpehuset, Copenhagen
20/10 POLAND, Proxima Club, Warsaw
21/10 POLAND, Studio Club, Krakow
22/10 GERMANY, Backstagewerk, Munich
23/10 SWITZERLAND, Z7, Pratteln
24/10 ITALY, New Age, Treviso
25/10 ITALY, Rolling Stone, Milan
26/10 ITALY, Alpheus, Rome
28/10 AUSTRIA, Szene, Vienna
29/10 HUNGARY, Avalon Club, Budapest
31/10 SWITZERLAND, Les Docks, Lausanne
1/11 FRANCE, Lyon, Villeurbanne
2/11 FRANCE, Lille Splendid
4/11 ENGLAND, Academy Club, Manchester
5/11 SCOTLAND, Cathouse, Glasgow
6/11 ENGLAND, Carling Academy, Sheffield
7/11 ENGLAND, Islington Academy, London
8/11 ENGLAND, Barfly, Birmingham
9/11 ENGLAND, Zodiac, Oxford
10/11 ENGLAND, Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
29/11 GREECE, Athens Fuzz Club
30/11 GREECE, Thessaloniki Principal Club

Thursday, 9 October 2008

Blinded Colony part ways with singer and seeks replacement

Taken from Blinded Colony's Myspace page:

"We're sorry to inform that Blinded Colony and Denny have parted ways.
This due professional differences.

Blinded Colony wishes Denny the best of luck with his future endeavors and salutes the good times we had with him not only as a band member but as a good friend.

With one man short Blinded Colony is looking for a new frontman!
You should be a professional and charismatic singer who..s got to be 100% commited and be able to tour.
If you think that you got what it takes, then please send us a mail with some info about you, a pic and a sample of your singing (mp3, Youtube link etc) to

Ride the big one

For more information on the band, check out their Myspace page:

Wednesday, 8 October 2008

Mental Interrogation with Ascend the Shadows

Who? Ascend The Shadows.


How long have you been playing together? We have been playing together since october of '07, so not even a year.

How did you meet? We have all gone to school together for most of our lives.

What kind of gear do you use?
Rob - Peavey 6505+ tube amplifier, Dean Razorback DB, Monster Cable, elixir strings, and dunlop picks.
Kenny - Crate Combo, Jackson DXMG, Monster Cable, GHS strings, and Dunlop Picks.
Tyler - Tama 8 piece Imperialstar, Vic Firth Sticks, Zildjian Z Custom Cymbals and DW 7000 Kick Pedals.

Is there an album that inspired you to join a band?
Rob - Paranoid by Black Sabbath
Kenny - Rust In Peace by Megadeth
Tyler - Toxicity by System Of A Down

What was the last album you bought?
Rob - Devildriver - The Last Kind Words
Kenny - Bullet For My Valentine - Scream, Aim, Fire
Tyler - Slipknot - All Hope Is Gone

What do you think of downloading music? We feel that it isn't respectful towards the musicians who spent their time and money to make these albums.

Who would you say was your personal biggest influence?
Rob - Tony Iommi
Kenny - Dave Mustaine
Tyler - Lars Ulrich

If you could trade places with another musician for a day, who would it be and why?
Rob - Robb Flynn of Machine Head, mainly because every song on the Blackening was amazing, I would love to play each one of those songs every night with such an amazing band.
Kenny - Matt Heafy of Trivium, mainly because Matt is an amazing guitar player and Trivium is one of my favorite bands, and I can't wait to see them live on tour in October.
Tyler - Joey Jordison of Slipknot, because overall, he is a great musician, he can play drums amazingly and play guitar and bass, and that's extremely impressive.

If you weren’t playing in a band, what do you think you’d be doing instead? Generally we would all be paying more attention to high school and probably be playing football on our high school teams.

Where do you think the best metal is coming from at the moment? At the moment, we would have to say the southern states, and somewhat of the west coast with such bands as Machine Head, Trivium, Lamb Of God, Slipknot, and As I Lay Dying.

If you could only eat one kind of food, would it be savoury or sweet? We all agree upon savoury, we all love food like steak and chicken, mostly hearty food.

What’s your favourite movie?
Rob - The Hulk, the second one it was intense.
Kenny - Troy, its an awesome movie, that I can watch over and over.
Tyler - Crash, because "it's so true to life"

What was the last live show you went to (not including your own)?
Rob - The Black Tyranny Tour with Machine Head and Arch Enemy
Kenny - Ozzfest '07 with Ozzy and Lamb Of God
Tyler - The Black Tyranny Tour with Machine Head and Arch Enemy

What do you have lined up next? We are planning on recording a couple of new songs, playing more shows, and attending the Trivium/All That Remains tour.

Why should people check out your band? First of all, people might find it surprising that we are all still in high school, some people still don't believe it. We have a unique mixture of influences that makes our metal very diverse. We're from the same state as Hatebreed, Connecticut.

So, check us out on Myspace,

(We are not a three piece band, we have a bassist lined up, he's currently learning our songs. Refer to the Myspace page for updates).

Tuesday, 7 October 2008

Review: "Cloister of Radiance" by Hollow Corp.

Artist: Hollow Corp.
Title: Cloister of Radiance
Release Date: 9/30/2008

The term post-hardcore gets thrown around a lot these days, but there is a disconnect in the conventional wisdom on what actually constitutes a post-hardcore band or album. Some harken back to 90's acts like Dinosaur Jr. and Fugazi, others more readily identify Neurosis or Cult of Luna. Then, of course, there are the laughable emo-core panderers (eg: Vanna) who seek to disarm (read: deceive) their more testosterone-laden detractors by adopting the label as their own.

This being the case, the gents in French post-hardcore act Hollow Corp. might have to forgive any trepidation on the part of potential fans who read the decal on the front of the CD which reads "post-hardcore" and shudder at the idea of another whiny, post-pubescent she-male whining about his parents taking away his NES.

Never fear, ladies and gentlemen: This is the real deal and it is HEAVY AS SH*T.

"Cloister of Radiance" is an impressive, varied effort that drops like a sledge hammer with tracks like "Elevation" and "Sabbat", oscillates between the thicker, punishing meanderings of Mouth of the Architect with songs like "Inferno" and even engages in full-on Neurosis-worship with the nearly 12-minute "Peripherals." In fact, it would be fitting to describe their sound as a collection of shorter songs which personify some of Neurosis' more aggressive musical climaxes without all of the ambient build-up.

This isn't to say that Hollow Corp are a Neurosis clone by any stretch of the imagination, yet their sound is so massive that it almost escapes description. The bottom line here is that "Cloister of Radiance" is an immense, no-holds-barred, goosebump-inducing (in a good way), and musically complex album. This CD has to be heard to be believed. When bands put out sh*t this good, it makes life as a metalhead worth living.

Country: France
Label: Prosthetic

Introducing: Roberth Karlsson and Lars Palmqvist

"Who?" I hear you call.

Roberth and Lars are the new Vocalists for SCAR SYMMETRY.

The Following statement was released by the band:

"When things went from bad to worse and we realized that it wasn't going to work out with Christian [Älvestam, former SCAR SYMMETRY vocalist], we were faced with two options; either calling it quits, or seizing the opportunity to take the next logical step in the evolution of our sound. We chose the latter.

"We've used both growls and clean vocals in our music since day one, and with each album we've pushed the envelope of what you can do vocally in a metal band to the point where a lot of the songs on 'Holographic Universe' [SCAR SYMMETRY's latest album] would be hard if not impossible to sing live. So the question is: Is it really possible to push the vocals even further and manage to perform everything live?

"The answer is YES! Instead of hiring a new singer, we decided — some of you might already have figured it out by now — to recruit TWO singers! The idea of having two vocalists in the band is something that's been in the back of our minds for a long time, and after auditioning and rehearsing with two of Sweden's best vocalists we're thrilled, excited, stoked-beyond-belief!!!

"So let us introduce you to...

"Roberth Karlsson - lead growl vocals and backing clean vocals:

"Roberth was our first choice for the growling position. Jonas once called him 'Sweden's finest growler,' which is no overstatement. Roberth has been involved in many band throughout the years, among others EDGE OF SANITY and FACEBREAKER.

"Lars Palmqvist - lead clean vocals and backing growl vocals:

"Roberth introduced us to his longtime friend Lars, who blew us away with his powerful-yet-beautiful voice. You can imagine our excitement when we learned that he's a fantastic growler as well! Despite his amazing talents he's virtually unknown to the metal public, which just might change as of today!

"We are very fortunate to have found these guys. They bring to the band not only their incredible skills but also a positive vibe we haven't had for some time.

"We've posted a videoclip [see here] from when we auditioned Roberth and Lars, as a little teaser... Yes it might come across as we were drunk the entire time, which probably is very close to the truth. Enjoy!"

Friday, 3 October 2008

Deicide Cancel Australian Tour

So, Australia, because international bands love us so much, another has decided to cancel a tour with little to no explanation as to why. Deicide's Australian tour which was to take place in December has been canceled, with only the following announcement from promoters to go by: "We were advis​ed that the band decided that they do not want to tour Austr​alia this year."

Those of you fans out there who happened to purchase a ticket, can take it back to the point of purchase for a refund.

This pisses me off personally, and marks the 3rd band I can recall (minus Cavalera Conspiracy getting booted off the Judas Priest lineup) to cancel a tour that I may actually have wanted to attend. Although Lacuna Coil are to return next year for the overpriced suckfest that is Soundwave, it's not a headlining show like they were originally coming for.
The fact that all of these cancellations carried with them little to no explanation as to why they decided not to come is also frustrating. I just hope that bands and promoters lift their game in the future.

Thursday, 2 October 2008

Fire Idol is looking for models, guys & girls, for an October photo shoot

Fire Idol is looking for models, guys & girls, for an October photo shoot!

"We are looking for cool good looking people who are into the Rock, Metal, Pin-Up, Punk, Fetish, Rockabilly, Industrial or any other full on alternative scene. Tattoos, piercings, funky hair and unusual appearance are all good!
The photo shoot will be in London. There is no payment, but you get to keep your T-shirts, a disk with your photos & a printed photo. Photos will be taken by a professional photographer with a professional production, so these pic's will be great to add to your portfolio!!

Please check MySpace profile of our photographer

If you are interested check out our website:

Please forward a photos to us or give us your Myspace, Facebook or web site address address so I can check you out."

You can contact Fire Idol through their Myspace:

Through their Facebook group:

By email: