Articles by Nathan Lagden
Nathan Lagden went to Oxford to see Trivium, Heart of a Coward & As Lions. “Trivium are clearly a band who are going from strength to strength and are not afraid to take risks or put aside convention, and they appear to be getting even better with experience.”
Whether you love them or hate them though, ‘Metal Resistance’ proves beyond a doubt that Babymetal are not just a passing fad. This band is going absolutely nowhere but up! – By Nathan Lagden
Nathan Lagden caught up with Trivium bassist and vocalist Paolo Gregoletto to ask him about the current tour, new band drummer Paul Wandtke and the current state of the metal scene.
In many ways then, Ghost’s performance at the Palladium was a simple and predictable one. But in no way did this make it anything other than a truly special experience for those of us who were lucky enough to be there, and I could not hear anybody from the audience say anything to the contrary as we filed out of the theatre. – By Nathan Lagden
It’s always refreshing I feel, to see bands who do have an abundance of talent and aren’t afraid to showcase it. Symphony X do that whilst adding energy and showmanship to their shows to boot. – By Nathan Lagden
It’s not the best show I’ve ever seen. In fact, it’s probably not the best Dream Theater show I’ve ever seen. But it’s nonetheless one which will resonate with me for some time to come and one which has cemented Dream Theater in my mind as the best band going at the moment. – By Nathan Lagden