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

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Review: Arctic Rain “The One” [Frontiers Music srl]

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Anton Kabanen, Beast In Black‘s guitarist and songwriter was asked in one interview about popularity of 80s music even nowadays. “This music stood the test of time” – ...
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Review: Dukes Of The Orient “Freakshow” [Frontiers Music srl]

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I haven’t heard about Dukes Of The Orient, to be honest and obviously missed their debut self-titled album. The newest longplay Freakshow interested me with its description: “AOR ...
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Review: Onslaught “Generation Antichrist” [AFM Records]

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The latest album from British Thrash Metal legends Onslaught named VI was released in 2013. After that the band went touring for a long time: first it was ...
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Review: Avatar “Hunter Gatherer” [Century Media Records]

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For almost 20 years of existence Avatar deservedly achieved a lot. The thoughtful concept, great albums and stunning shows, as a result of long and hard work, brought ...
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Review: Brotthogg “The Die Is Cast”

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Norwegians Brotthogg debut album Echoes Of The Past gained a lot of attention deservedly in 2019. And now, according to expression “strike the iron while it’s hot”, the ...
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Review: Warkings “Revenge” [Napalm Records]

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Two years ago, in 2018 many thought that the new band Warkings is a one-time project and everything will end with their debut (and well-advertised) album Reborn. But ...
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Review: Primal Fear “Metal Commando” [Nuclear Blast]

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Primal Fear is a rare example of the band, where, what is called, the stars have aligned. In 1998 their debut album gained a lot of attention and ...
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Review: Thundermother “Heat Wave” [AFM Records]

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In far 1975 The Runaways, unwittingly, have proved to the world that girls can also rock ‘n’ roll. In 2020 Sweden all-female band Thundermother ambitiously states: “Thundermother don’t ...
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Septicflesh: “Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX” (live DVD) [Season Of Mist]

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Unlike other bands, Septicflesh don’t release their albums quite often, one in three years at an average. Their last album Codex Omega was released in 2017 but the ...
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Review: Destruction “Born To Thrash” [Nuclear Blast]

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A year ago Teutonic Thrash Metal legends Destruction released their 16th album Born To Perish. This year the band quite unexpectedly releases a live album Born To Thrash, ...
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Review: Rumahoy “Time II: Party” [Napalm Records]

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The self-proclaimed “Best True Scottish Pirate Metal Band In The World”, Rumahoy after quite a short time release their second album, appropriately named Time II: Party. Here my ...
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Review: Ensiferum “Thalassic” [Metal Blade Records]

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Lo and behold, Ensiferum celebrates 25 years anniversary this year and I still think it’s a “new and promising” Folk/Melodic Death Metal band. I mean, I know about ...
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Review: Bloodhunter “Bloodhunter” (reissue)

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Seems like July will be the month of live albums, compilations and reissues. Perhaps that’s a tendency or dubious compensation for the lack of live shows and festivals. ...
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