Week In Retrospect - Sunday 14. November

Posted by AP on 15/11/10

Good morning, readership. Here's your weekly overview of content we posted in the past seven days, as well as a gig guide for the following week in Denmark. Last week's reviews include the long-awaited new Bring Me The Horizon album, an interview with local punk rockers The National Shut Up, and a whopping five gig reviews (with lots more to follow in the coming days).

Lots of big concerts happening this week, starting with Corey Taylor's softer side Stone Sour, who will be playing at Store Vega tomorrow accompanied by Hellyeah. On Wednesday NRGi Arena in Århus will be visited by Volbeat, Entombed and The Kandidate while The Varukers and The Fiend are treating Loppen in Copenhagen to some rockabilly. On Thursday Avenged Sevenfold are making their second ever appearance in Denmark, more specifically at Store Vega, but if you're on the peninsula, Train in Århus has DevilDriver, 36 Crazyfists and Breed 77 on the bill.

Kellermensch will play a much-awaited gig at Lille Vega on Friday with Alcoholic Faith Mission supporting, but you might also want to attend the Copenhagen stop of the Volbeat tour at Forum. Saturday is difficult for Copenhageners - so much to choose from: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club at Den Grå Hal; a punk rock showcase featuring Mighty Midgets plus lots more at Kraftwerket; the first stop on the Rock 'N' Charity tour with Stream City, A Road To Damascus, Silence Of September and Up Up Down at Huset i Magstræde; Taste of Chaos featuring Disturbed, Papa Roach, Buckcherry and Halestorm at KB Hallen; and Threat Signal, Raunchy and Sybreed at The Rock. Finally, on Sunday, Sum 41 will make an appearance at Amager Bio with The Black Pacific, Riverboat Gamblers and Veara supporting.

Keep an eye on the constantly updated Danish gig guide found under the Notes tab on our Facebook page, or alternatively, use this direct link. Remember to also check out last week's coverage in our archive.

Albums Of The Week:

The Xcerts - Scatterbrain

Bring Me The Horizon - There Is A Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let's Keep It A Secret


The National Shut Up

Gig reviews:

The Gaslight Anthem @ KB, Malmö

Hawthorne Heights @ BETA, Copenhagen

The Gaslight Anthem @ Lille Vega, Copenhagen

Kiuas @ Underworld, London

The National @ KB Hallen, Copenhagen

Album Reviews (Ordered by date of submission):

Escape The Fate - Escape The Fate [6]

Noctem - Divinity [7½]

Senses Fail - The Fire [5]

The Xcerts - In The Cold Wind We Smile [8½]

The Burning - Hail The Horde [7]

The Xcerts - Scatterbrain [8½]

Antillectual - Start From Scratch! [8]

The Black Pacific - The Black Pacific [6½]

Hogwash - Sticker Paralysis [7]

Tony Sly - 12 Song Program [6]

Rolo Tomassi - Cosmology [7½]

Eastern Front - Blood On Snow [5]

My Education - Sunrise: A Song Of Two Humans [7½]

Fejd - Eifur [6½]

The Eyes Of A Traitor - Breathless [7½]

Bring Me The Horizon - There Is A Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let's Keep It A Secret [8½]

Darkane - Layers Of Live DVD [5]

The Word Alive - Empire [8]

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