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

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Review: Grumpynators “Still Alive” [Mighty Music]

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What will happen if musicians from different scenes – Rockabilly, Heavy Metal and Hard Rock – will team up in one band? Dutch Grumpynators state it will be ...
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Review: Töxik Death “Sepulchral Demons” [High Roller Records]

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Norwegian Old School Thrash Metal band Töxik Death was formed in far 2003 but its discography is quite short (this happens quite often with the underground bands): a ...
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Review: Mosh-Pit Justice “The Fifth Of Doom” [Iron Shield Records]

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Bulgaria can be hardly called metal country. It has its own metal scene, of course, but as far as I know it’s a deep underground and some local ...
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Interview: Rumahoy

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In July Rumahoy released their second album Time II: Party. We immediately decided to talk to frontman Captain Yarrface about the album, Pirate Metal, parties, piracy (noble or ...
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Review: Mercury Circle “The Dawn Of Vitriol” [Noble Demon]

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Mercury Circle was formed not a long time ago from the members of such bands like Sleep Of Monsters, To/Die/For and Swallow The Sun, so in a way ...
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Review: Bull Elephant “Created From Death” [Eat Lead and Die Music]

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I’ve always been partial to the albums with good, thoughtful concept, to tell the truth, when there is also an interesting story behind the music. It’s a hard ...
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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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