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

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Interview: Diablo Swing Orchestra

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After a five-year hiatus, one of most extraordinary bands Diablo Swing Orchestra makes the audience happy with their new album ‘Pacifisticuffs’. On the eve of this, we had ...
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Review: The Dark Element “The Dark Element”

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Anette Olzon, despite her strong statement about finishing the music career, still continues to do what she do best – to sing. So, on November, 10, the The ...
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Review: Diablo Swing Orchestra “Pacifisticuffs “

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One of the most unordinary bands, Swedish avant-garde Diablo Swing Orchestra release their fourth album ‘Pacifisticuffs’ after five years of silence, line-up changes and other difficulties. However, “five ...
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Review: Cavalera Conspiracy “Psychosis”

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Max Cavalera, though he looks worse than I feel myself, is full of creative ambitions, ideas, and the main thing he puts all of this into practice. Two ...
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Review: Beast In Black “Berserker”

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When Anton Kabanen decided to leave Battle Beast in 2015, it caused two main questions: how will Battle Beast cope without their main writer and what will be ...
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Review: Die Apokalyptischen Reiter “Der Rote Reiter”

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Nowadays, with total globalization, worldwide custom products and relatively open access to an information, language barrier hardly seems to be a problem. Especially with online translators. Especially for ...
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Review: Paganizer “Land of Weeping Souls”

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On August, 5-th Swedish death metalers Paganizer released their tenth full length album ‘Land of Weeping Souls’. ...
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Review: Paradise Lost “Medusa”

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Whatever experiments Paradise Lost did with the music, one thing always was unaltered: Nick Holmes’ vocals and Greg Mackintosh’ riffs always created unrepeatable melancholic atmosphere. Their new, 15-th ...
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Review: Russkaja “Kosmopoliturbo”

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Russkaja, the band founded by former Stahlhammer vocalist Georgij Makazaria fells more than confidently. The band is in demand, their “turbo-polka” makes people smile and dance, musicians continue ...
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Review: Accept “The Rise Of Chaos”

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On the same day with Dirkschneider project, Accept release their new 15-th album ‘The Rise Of Chaos’. ...
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Review: Dirkschneider “Live – Back To The Roots – Accepted”

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After successful 2016 tours and release of double live CD ‘Live – Back To The Roots’, Dirkschneider project expectedly release a live DVD called ‘Live – Back To ...
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Review: Exit Eden “Rhapsodies In Black”

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In June 2017 came out big news about new project (it can be said “super-project”) Exit Eden, where Amanda Somerville, Clémentine Delauney, Marina La Torraca and Anna Brunner ...
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Review: Masterplan “PumpKings”

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Roland Grapow decided to rethink his creative heritage (or to go back to the roots), so Masterplan release the ‘PumpKings’, an album consisting Helloween songs. ...
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