Halloween is fast approaching. Time to drench yourself in blood (hopefully fake) and get your spook on. Just like a male MP thinking about tampons, this time of the year is full of horror, whether it be watching Nightmare On Elm Street for the 50th time or drinking so much that your liver is no […]Read More Halloween 2015: The Best Creepypastas!
Originally posted last December to tie in with their trio of special Barrowland gigs, this post started off as a list of my favourite albums until I thought of something better: asking every other biffy fan for their favourite! Although it was possibly the hardest question any of them could face, there was a great […]Read More Biffy Clyro: Fan Favourites!
I feel like a spoilt child at the moment, like it’s Christmas came early. Last week there was the release of the Star Wars Battlefront Beta, which you can read my thoughts about over here (unsubtle beg), which for a lot of people had them reliving the PS2 days of fighting on Hoth with their […]Read More Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens final trailer review
In news that will surprise no one, I love Star Wars. Ever since I was a youngster, lying on the couch watching the original trilogy on VHS, I’ve always had an attatchemnt to George Lucas’ epic saga. That’s what made purchasing the original Star Wars: Battlefront games on PS2 so easy. You have the rebels […]Read More Star Wars Battlefront Beta impressions
As I walked into the Edinburgh venue Peterhead band Sweet White were playing at, there was an overwhelming sense that something wasn’t quite right. “It looks like something out of Twin Peaks” quipped frontman Jake Cordiner as the band to prepared to go on stage. As they began to play, the same amazing surrealism that […]Read More Sweet White gig w/ Monet EP review
If you’ve not been paying attention to any gaming news in the past month (if so then where the hell have you been) then you’ll know that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is pretty much the second coming of Christ. Raking in perfect scores all across the board, it looks like even all […]Read More Do’s and Dont’s in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
It seems like I never grow tired of going on about local and upcoming bands. Whether it be my fanboying of Codist a few weeks back after seeing them for the first time at The West Of The Moon or the raving review I gave Sweet White in my first and only (so far) blink […]Read More Antique Pony – Unalbum review
Writer Charlie Brooker has pointed out a coincidence between pig allegations against David Cameron and the first episode of his black comedy show Black Mirror. Newswipe creator and host Charlie Brooker has pointed out coincidences between his show Black Mirror and allegations against David Cameron. The allegations, that come from Lord Ashcroft’s new book about […]Read More Brooker amused at Cameron coincidence
1995. If you were living in the UK then it was full of dark and tragic events, from notorious serial killer Fred West hanging himself in his cell to the deaths of Peter Cook and Fred Perry, two individuals whose impact is still felt to this day. However it wasn’t all bad as the year […]Read More Twenty Years Of Playstation: My Memories
You’d think with the overwhelming success of their debut album that Scottish act CHVRCHES would be on their way to spend tons on a new studio to further expand their sound. You’d also think that there was no way an album as simple yet deep as Every Open Eye was recorded in a flat in Glasgow […]Read More CHVRCHES – Every Open Eye review