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

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Review: Cyhra “No Halos In Hell” [Nuclear Blast]

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Cyhra, which can be considered as a “superband”, formed in 2016. Next year, 2017 their debut album Letters To Myself was released and now, two years later their ...
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Review: Quiet Riot “Hollywood Cowboys” [Frontiers Music srl]

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The passing 2019 was a year of many releases from old honored bands. Few days ago Pretty Maids‘ new album was released and in the same time there ...
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Review: Pretty Maids “Undress Your Madness” [Frontiers Music srl]

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Pretty Maids‘ history is the history of rising, falling and rising again. Though, if melodic Heavy and Hard Rock were trendy in 80s (the first rise), their successful ...
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Review: Agnostic Front “Get Loud!” [Nuclear Blast]

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Fathers (or, maybe, grandfathers) of NYHC Agnostic Front have something to say about things that happen in their country and the whole world again. And they say it ...
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Review: Blind Guardian Twilight Orchestra “Legacy Of The Dark Lands” [Nuclear Blast Records]

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It is never long that comes at last. In case of Blind Guardian it was really long, 23 years to be exact. In 1996 the band mentioned some ...
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Review: The Dark Element “Songs The Night Sings” [Frontiers Music srl]

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Two years ago The Dark Element‘s debut self-titled album was released. Honestly, I took this band, with former Sonata Arctica‘s guitarist Jani Liimatainen and Anette Olzon as some ...
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Review: Scarleth “Vortex” [Rockshots Records]

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I have a strong connection with Ukrainian metal scene so I heard about Scarleth. I know that the band released two albums and then there were some line-up ...
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Review: Denial Of God “The Hallow Mass” [Osmose/Hells Hellbangers]

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Formed in 1991, Danish Denial Of God still playing Black Metal with distinct weird, dark atmosphere, calling it “Black Horror Metal”. After seven years of absence, the band ...
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Review: Edenbridge “Dynamind” [Steamhammer/SPV]

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Since their forming in 1998, Edenbridge gained attention, especially at a time when Symphonic Metal with female became popular. Lots of concerts and frequent albums’ releases gave the ...
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Interview video: Christos Antoniou of Septicflesh

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In September 2019 Septicflesh visited Israel. After gig we had a little conversation with Christos Antoniou about theatricality, upcoming album and Igor Stravinsky (suddenly). Important note: a day ...
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Review: Infected Rain “Endorphin” [Napalm Records]

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Everybody like the stories of success and metalheads aren’t the exception here: it’s always great when the band got famous all over the world after long, hard work ...
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Review: Kadavar “For The Dead Travel Fast” [Nuclear Blast Records]

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Since 2010 Germans Kadavar regularly release an album every two years and in some mysterious way still didn’t disappointed. Their previous album Rough Times was released in 2017 ...
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Review: Turbokill “Vice World” [Steamhammer/SPV]

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Heavy, Power and almost forgotten Speed Metal miraculously exist even nowadays. Not so bright as it was, let’s say, 30 years ago, but this genre can be hardly ...
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