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Bikes, Music, Alcohol and Anarchy. Also books, gigs, traveling and alcohol one more time.

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Review: Grave Digger “The Living Dead”

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Grave Digger has been playing for 38 years, since 1980. Just think about it: 38 years! It’s a lot for a Heavy Metal band, but with their 20-th ...
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Review: Korpiklaani “Kulkija”

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I came to Korpiklaani through their drink-and-dance Folk Metal like many others, I guess and their album Tales Along This Road was in my playlist for a long ...
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Review: Parasite Inc “Dead And Alive”

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Five years ago in 2013 German Melodic Death metallers Parasite Inc. released their debut album Time Tears Down. It was highly demanded by the crowd and got lots ...
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Review: Beyond The Katakomb “Beyond The Katakomb”

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Beyond The Katakomb is a Heavy/Power Metal brainchild of L-G Persson, vocalist from the band Storyteller. Formed not a long time ago the band starts to record their ...
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Review: U.D.O. “Steelfactory”

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Three years passed since the release of U.D.O.‘s last album Decadent. During these three years the band parted their ways with the drummer Francesco Jovino (now Sven Dirkschneider, ...
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Review: 69 Chambers – “Machine”

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In some mysterious way lots of Alternative and Post Grunge bands passed by me. This is also about such artists like Tori Amos, Björk and PJ Harvey. To ...
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Review: Mad Max “35”

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The fashion for 80s is back: it’s in clothes, in movies and of course in the music. This gain an interest for the bands, which developed Hard’N’Heavy and ...
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Review: Powerwolf “The Sacrament Of Sin”

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For 15 years Powerwolf release albums on schedule every two years. Yes, Blessed And Possessed was released in 2015 but in a year the band released their DVD ...
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Review: DevilDriver “Outlaws ‘Til The End Vol. 1”

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Two years ago, in 2016 DevilDriver released Trust No One where they weaved ferocious groove with catchy melodies tightly. This year the time of experiments has come and ...
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Review: Necrytis “Dread En Ruin”

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American band Necrytis formed not a long time ago but already released their debut LP Countersighns in 2017. Not wasting time the band record their second album ‘Dread ...
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Review: Bullet For My Valentine: “Gravity”

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Being quite naive I hoped that Bullet For My Valentine will some time release something like “Scream! Aim! Fire!” which I heard in 2008 and bought their album ...
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Review: Second To Sun “The Black”

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I sincerely consider the Blackbound, which was released in the end of 2016 as one of the best albums released that year. And certainly an outstanding one. Because ...
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Review: Ghost “Prequelle”

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Three years passed since Meliora was released. During this time Ghost took Grammy award, released a short EP Popestar, quarreled, took off each other’s masks and met in ...
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