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Heavy metal in the great traditions of the term, London’s recently-formed Brule come with a great pedigree and a space truck full of riffs to deliver. Including members of London favourites Dusteroid (bassist Tjay Tarantino), Age Of Taurus (guitarist Alastair Riddell) and Pig Iron (singer Johnny Ogle), they haven’t had long to prove their metal but are well on the way to doing so, having already played some killer sets at the likes of the Bang reunion’s London round and Sheffield’s recent HRH Doom Vs. Stoner event.

With a sound that is self-described as “Heavy Metal Rock ‘n’ Roll, rocking the classics like Pentagram, Skynyrd, The Who and Deep Purple, played by guys with a background in hardcore, doom and death metal”, you can expect a heady combination those things and more. The band is primed to make a debut release soon, but in the mean-time, Bandcamp has a few fine demos if you’d like to prepare yourselves for the onslaught that is heavy metal, true as the spears thrown by their namesake, Brule the Spear-slayer.

Words: Rich Sheppard