Aisha Al-Sadie

Scottish based interviewer and reviewer for PM. Aisha is a fine artist who has created album artwork for various bands including Meads of Asphodel and Towers of Flesh. She is a heavy supporter of the UK underground scene and while she has a varied music taste, she admits it is mostly all about the thrash, black and death metal.

Cryptic Shift Interview- May 2017

Describing themselves as “spawned from Leeds” this group of talented lads are kicking up a storm in the underground scene and beyond. I first saw them live when we played with them at Funeral Fest in 2015 and they have gone from strength to strength since, supporting bands such as …

Read More »

Seven Sisters Interview – May 2017

Hailing from London, these talented ‘London leatherboy’ lads are cooking up a storm in the UK and beyond! They put on a fantastic hip swinging, beer soaked live show to brighten up your miserable lives. Their brand new self titled album Seven Sisters is available to buy, they are gigging …

Read More »

Whispered Interview at Bloodstock Open Air 2016

I had a chat with the lovely Jouni and Kai from Whispered in the Media Tent at Bloodstock this year. The band were super excited to finally be playing this festival and England in general which has been a dream of theirs. We chatted about their stage costume, the concept …

Read More »

Ten Ton Slug Interview at Bloodstock Open Air 2016

The lovely lads from Ten Ton Slug came and met us in the Media Tent at Bloodstock Open Air to chat about their set at the festival, the up and coming EP, exciting future shows, their amazing slug glass pipes and the possibility of slug condoms…”slime with the slug”.

Read More »

Chronicles Interview at Bloodstock Open Air 2016

The lovely Leigh and Tom from Chronicles spoke to PlanetMosh in the Media Tent during Bloodstock and spoke about how they felt being asked to come back to play Bloodstock, the new EP, the diverse range of musical influences in the band and how comic books have inspired them #streetmafiageekmetal

Read More »