MetalMonth – author feature: Audrey Driscoll

As the weekend arrives I thought I’d feature an author whose work might be of interest to readers who listen to hard rock and visitors to Metal Month. Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s reanimator, Herbert West, author Audrey Driscoll has created a series of books which reimagine the exploits of West. I’ll let the author explain. … More MetalMonth – author feature: Audrey Driscoll

MetalMonth – Tarja

Imagine you’re the proud parents of a girl who has grown up with a love of music and singing. You watch her evolve into a young woman who follows the path of the soprano. The concert halls of the world beckon: you’ll be jetting off to La Scala, Covent Garden, the New York Metro Then, … More MetalMonth – Tarja

Three Dutch Bands

Early in 2012 I heard an album that was so good I offered to eat my own hands if anyone released anything better. Today, I’m typing this post with my fingers and not the tip of my nose, but it was a close thing… The Album in question was The Quiet Resistance* by Dutch band … More Three Dutch Bands

Vampires: The Twilight World – Sir Simon Marsden

I can’t remember when I first came across the eery photographs of Sir Simon Marsden. Black and white, whispy images, light as a feather in appearance, dark and sinister in effect, Marsden used infra red film to capture a world that somehow seemed to exist between this one and the next. His website, the Simon … More Vampires: The Twilight World – Sir Simon Marsden