Posts Tagged ‘Pythia’

Leaves Eyes @ The Garage, London

February 2nd, 2014

Leaves Eyes

@ The Garage, London

19th January 2014

Review by Ben Spencer

Photography by Graham Hilling 

Leaves Eyes

Leaves Eyes

Having quickly wrapped up an insightful interview with Liv Kristine before hand, it was time to rush into the main bar to catch what little I could of tonight’s opening band Atrocity.
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EVILE w/ Pythia & Wolf @ The Garage

November 8th, 2012

EVILE w/ Pythia & Wolf

@ The Garage

28th October 2012

Review by Lianne Alice

Photography by Ashlinn Nash



The day couldn’t have been any more miserable, freezing cold and raining, not to mention that it’s a Sunday night and transport was non-existent! But that was not going to dampen my mood, as I was on my way to a gig I had been waiting for, for a long time! I finally get to see Evile live!

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PYTHIA @ The Borderline, London

September 4th, 2012

Pythia, Mortad & L Sol Tace

@ The Borderline, London.

Review by Chris Rossiter

Photography by Andre Purvis



On a beautiful summers evening, I made my way down (with brutal hangover intact) to one of my favourite venues, The Borderline in the West End of London, to catch a few bands that I’ve been meaning to catch for a while, and also hang out with some excellent friends, while most importantly, listening to first class music!

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DRAGONFORCE @ 100 Club, London

March 16th, 2012

DragonForce @ 100 Club, London

16th February 2012

Review by Ollie Thomas

Photography by Andre Purvis

London power metallers DragonForce have received a lot of stick recently for YouTube footage of their tour cycle in support of highly successful album Inhuman Rampage where less than due care and attention from roadies led to bad sound set ups, and sometimes even unturned guitars on stage waiting for them, earning them the nickname “StudioForce” after rumours they sped up their recordings and couldn’t play them.

Tonight’s intimate show at the prestigious 100 Club on London’s Oxford Street, in support of upcoming album The Power Within (Due April 15th 2012 on Essential Music in the UK and Roadrunner Records in the US) is a chance to silence many of these critics once and for all.

Tonight’s intimate show at the prestigious 100 Club on London’s Oxford Street, in support of upcoming album The Power Within (Due April 15th 2012 on Essential Music in the UK and Roadrunner Records in the US) is a chance to silence many of these critics once and for all.

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PYTHIA – Vocalist Emily Ovenden Interview

March 15th, 2012

Pythia – Vocalist Emily Ovenden Interview by Ollie Thomas

Formed in London in 2007, Pythia are a female-fronted power metal band taking influences from classic and heavy metal.



The sextet is fronted by Emily Ovenden (also a part of the classical group Mediaeval Baebes), Tim Neil and Ross White on guitars, Mark Harrington on bass, Richard Holland on the keys and lastly Marc Dyos on drums. 


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Theatre of Tragedy / Where Angels Fall / To-Mera / Pythia / The Mariana Hollow – Underworld, London

April 1st, 2010

THEATRE OF TRAGEDY

with WHERE ANGELS FALL

and To-Mera, Pythia and The Mariana Hollow

The Underworld, Camden, UK

14th March 2010

Words by Ben Spencer

Live pictures by James G @ Altercarnated Photography 

Theatre Of
Tragedy was a band that reminded me of my long haired, gothic trench
coat wearing youth. Between the ages of 17-18, I was gradually treading
through the gothic genre of music that was originally sparked by
symphonic metal band Nightwish and their CENTURY’S CHILD album. This
album unlocked a genre of music at the time that I was ignorant of and
yet longed to pursue. My journey began with Lacuna Coil, Tristania and  Flowing Tears. One day I came across an album cover where a white
rose lay across a red one with the italic font ‘Theatre of Tragedy’. This
band intrigued me and so I very quickly obtained this album along with
the more cohesive and better produced AEGIS album. My interest in this
particular genre of music desensitised over the course of the next year
and without sight or sound of these guys on music channels, I merely
assumed that their flames had extinguished with the changing of times.
To discover that the band was still around and that their show at Camden
Underworld would in fact be their last was an opportunity I did not
want to miss out on. 

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