In December 2017 Virtual Wombat completed its metamorphosis into a totally awesome Webcomic.

It now lives at virtualwombat.co.uk where all future updates will be found. I'm leaving the rest of this content here for anyone who wants to read it but virtualwombat.com will now permanently redirect to the new website.

Thanks to everyone who supported my initial blogging journey, it gave me the education I needed to get my comic launched.

Cheers!

Yorkshire Metal Meeting: Normaliser, Petrichor & Myth of a Life

Firstly, if you follow this blog you’ll be aware that I do a hell of a lot of Photography! This weekend I saw Normaliser, Petrichor and then Myth of a Life play at the Yorkshire Metal Meeting in Selby. The photography therefore, was a necessity. Here’s a selection of photos from the gig. You should certainly look them up on social media and give them some love.

Petrichor

Here’s a band that knows how to dress for a show! They made the atmosphere entirely their own and were a pleasure to watch too. They’re a blackened funeral doom act from Leeds in West Yorkshire.

The three piece consists of Crowbane, Nadir and also Grim.

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Normaliser

Normaliser are a heavy progressive post metal band from my home city, Sheffield. I have the pleasure of being good friends with these guys and photograph them regularly. If you enjoy complex, heavy music that changes with every track, you’ll love Normaliser. I’ll be joining them on planned UK and EU dates this year too, so check them out!

Band members are Daniel Callaghan, Theo Milne-Picken, Nathaniel Wells and finally Chris Daniels.

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Myth of a Life

Also from Sheffield, Myth of a Life are a melodic death metal band. You can find them on Bandcamp and Facebook, because they’re awesome.

The band members are Tom Warner, Phil Dellas, Will Price and last but not least, Liam Banks.

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Finally, please do check these bands out. I certainly enjoyed watching all three of them!

Do you enjoy live music too?

Normaliser Petrichore Myth of a Life

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